The Doors - Strange Days - 1967 Analogue Productions Psych Blues Rock 200 Grm 2LP 45 RPM

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19384
CA$119.95

The Doors - Strange Days

Label: Analogue Productions – APP 74014-45, Elektra – EKS-74014
Format: 2 × Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Album, Reissue, Remastered, Gatefold
Country: US
Released: 2012
Genre: Rock
Style: Psychedelic Rock, Classic Rock



Tracklist
A1 Strange Days
3:05
A2 You're Lost Little Girl
3:01
A3 Love Me Two Times
3:23

B1 Unhappy Girl
2:00
B2 Horse Latitudes
1:30
B3 Moonlight Drive
3:00

C1 People Are Strange
2:10
C2 My Eyes Have Seen You
2:22
C3 I Can't See Your Face In My Mind
3:18

D1 When The Music's Over
11:00


Credits
Bass - Douglas Lubahn
Drums - John Densmore
Guitar - Robby Krieger
Keyboards, Marimba - Ray Manzarek
Producer - Paul A. Rothchild
Vocals - Jim Morrison


Strange Days are packaged in beautiful, glossy gatefold covers made of heavy cardstock, which feature photos of the band along with song credits and lyrics in the gatefold. Once criticized for skimping on covers in his Analogue Productions 45 RPM jazz releases, Kassem has once again (as with the Impulse 45 RPM series) met the highest of expectations with these covers. The 200 gram platters, housed in QRP rice paper sleeves are equally impressive, arriving clean, flat and playing silently ..


Even darker than their purple-hued debut, the Doors' follow-up, Strange Days, closed 1967 with an ominous flourish. Highlighted mostly by short, radio-friendly tunes such as the bluesy "Love Me Two Times" and the cabaret-style "People Are Strange" and featuring a smattering of edgy recitations ("Horse Latitudes") and smoky rockers ("My Eyes Have Seen You"), the album features a centerpiece that was another ambitious extended track, "When the Music's Over." On it, Morrison railed at everything from organized religion to pollution, and his rallying cry--"We want the world, and we want it now!"--became a call to arms for the counterculture rising up around the band.


The Doors - People are strange - Ed Sullivan Show
I think this is one of the greatest rock songs ever released by an american rock band ever for its deep meaning and reality of life........far deeper than all the other "everythings great and we all love each other" music of their time.

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The Doors - Love me two times -

filmed during the doors 1968 european tour in the cities of london, stockholm, frankfurt and amsterdam.

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The Doors - When The Music's Over
Jim has the most awesome voice EVER! He is a VERY good singer.

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The Doors - Strange Days
if ever a song from the past talks to the disjointed info wars of today, this is it...

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More Information
Condition New
Format 2LP, 180 Gram
Label Analogue Productions
Artist Doors
Color Black