The Doors - Waiting For the Sun - 1968 Analog Prod Audiophile Rock 200 Grm Vinyl 2LP

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Doors - Waiting For the Sun

Label: Analogue Productions – APP 74024-45, Elektra – EKS-74024 Format: 2 × Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Album, Reissue, Remastered, Gatefold, 200 Grm
Country: US
Released: 2012
Genre: Rock
Style: Blues Rock, Psychedelic Rock


Tracklist

A1 Hello, I Love You
2:22
A2 Love Street
3:06
A3 Not To Touch The Earth
3:54

B1 Summer's Almost Gone
3:20
B2 Wintertime Love
1:52
B3 The Unknown Soldier
3:10

C1 Spanish Caravan
2:58
C2 My Wild Love
2:50
C3 We Could Be So Good Together
2:20

D1 Yes, The River Knows
2:35
D2 Five To One
4:22

Companies, etc.
Phonographic Copyright – Doors Music Company
Manufactured By – Rhino Entertainment Company
Copyright – Doors Music Company
Pressed By – Quality Record Pressings
Mastered At – The Mastering Lab

Credits
Art Direction, Design – William S. Harvey
Bass [Occasional] – Douglas Lubahn*
Directed By [Production Supervisor] [Analogue Productions Reissue] – Bruce Botnick, Jeff Jampol
Drums – John Densmore
Engineer – Bruce Botnick
Executive-producer [Analogue Production Reissue] – Chad Kassem
Guitar – Robby Krieger
Keyboards – Ray Manzarek
Mastered By [Analogue Productions Reissue] – Doug Sax, Sangwook "Sunny" Nam*
Photography By [Back Cover] – Guy Webster
Photography By [Front Cover] – Paul Farrara*
Producer – Paul A. Rothchild
Vocals – Jim Morrison



With the massive success of the single "Light My Fire" and their initial two albums, L.A.'s the Doors quickly built a sizable reputation for edgy, often over-the-top musical drama. Perhaps wary of stereotyping, or simply worn out from their grueling early success, the band took a decided left turn into softer sounds here, from the pop-drenched "Hello, I Love You" to the flamenco guitar wash of "Spanish Caravan."


Even gentle ballads (by the band's standards, anyway) were a part of the Doors' new sensibility, as witnessed by "Love Street" and "Summer's Almost Gone." But lest one think the band had gone a little too soft, the antiwar diatribe "The Unknown Soldier," the edgy "Five to One," and the deliciously strange "Not to Touch the Earth" were there to remind listeners that even if the band had mellowed a bit, they were still a long way from Jay and the Americans.

The Doors - Hello, I Love You

now see, THIS is Jim Morrison "genius." his talent and charisma as Rock & Roll frontman was unequaled. Even to this day.

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The Doors - Spanish Caravan (From "Live In Europe 1968" DVD)

they had an intense visitation of energy that year

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The Doors - Five To One (Live Roundhouse London)

1968 September, Roundhouse, London UK (during the european tour)

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The Doors - Unknown Soldier - live 1968
He sounds really good here. I've read he had such insecurity about his voice, which is ludicrous, he had a marvelous voice.

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