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THE DOORS: Discography `````````````````````` "You see, when the Siberian shaman gets ready to go into his trance, all the villagers get together and shake rattles and blow whistles and play whatever instruments they have to send him off. There is a constant pounding, pounding, pounding. It was the same way with the Doors when we played in concert. It was like Jim was an electric shaman and we were the electric shaman's band, pounding away behind him. Sometimes he wouldn't feel like getting into the state, but the band kept pounding and pounding and little by little it took him over. I could send an electric shock through him with the organ. John could do it with his drumbeats. You could see every once in a while - twitch! - I could hit a chord and make him twitch. And he'd be off again." RAY MANZAREK Keyboards `````````````````````` The Albums: [all releases on Elektra] ______________________ 1.The Doors **** 2.Strange Days ** 3.Waiting for the Sun ** 4.The Soft Parade *** 5.Morrison Motel *** 6.L.A. Woman **** Live [L] and Compilations [C]: _______________________ 1.Absolutely Live <2-LPs,Jul.1970> L ** 2.13 C **** 3.Weird Scenes Inside the Gold Mine <2-LPs,Jan.1972> C *** 4.The Best of the Doors C *** 5.An American Prayer C [+] * 6.The Doors Greatest Hits <1980> C ***** 7.Alive,She Cried <1982> L ** 8.Classics <1985>***** [+] Not a true compilation: A live "Roadhouse Blues", Morrison's poetry and new music by the surviving Doors. ***** Essential. **** Worthwhile. *** Listenable. ** For Doors lovers only. * Trash For any new listener of the Doors, _The Doors Greatest Hits_ and the superb, digitally remastered _Classics_ LP are a fantastic introduction. Both are easily available; other Doors vinyl, however, might be found only in used record shops, new on foreign or audiophile pressings. The above listing does not take into account the two LP's produced by the three surviving Doors: _Other Voices_<1972> and _Full Circle_<1973>. Suggested reading: _No One Here Gets Out Alive_ [1980, Warner Books], by Jerry Hopkins/Daniel Sugerman.The absolute definitive biography of Jim Morrison: Comprehensive look at the Doors in operation, and excellent reading as well. __________________________ The following is a listing of the tracks on various Doors LP's: THE DOORS: Break On Through, Soul Kitchen, The Crystal Ship, Twentieth-Century Fox, Alabama Song, Light My Fire, Back Door Man, I Looked at You, End Of the Night, Take It As It Comes, The End. STRANGE DAYS: Strange Days, You're Lost Little Girl, Love Me Two Times, Unhappy Girl, Horse Latitudes, Moonlight Drive, People are Strange, My Eyes have Seen You, I Can't See Your Face in My Mind, When the Music's Over. WAITING FOR THE SUN: Hello I Love You, Love Street, Not to Touch the Earth, Summer's Almost Gone, Wintertime Love, The Unknown Soldier, Spanish Caravan, My Wild Love, We Could Be So Good Together, Yes the River Knows, Five to One. THE SOFT PARADE: Tell All the People, Touch Me, Shaman's Blues, Do It, Easy Ride, Wild Child, Runnin' Blue, Wishful Sinful, The Soft Parade. MORRISON MOTEL: Road House Blues, Waiting for the Sun, You Make me Real, Peace Frog, Blue Sunday, Ship of Fools, Land Ho!, The Spy, Queen of the Highway, Indian Summer, Maggie M'Gill. L.A. WOMAN: The Changeling, Love Her Madly, Been Down So Long, Cars Hiss By My Window, L.A.Woman, L'America, Hyacinth House, Crawling King Snake, The WASP (Texas Radio & the Big Beat), Riders On the Storm. THE DOORS GREATEST HITS: Hello I Love You, Light My Fire, People Are Strange, Love Me Two Times, Riders On the Storm, Break On Through, Roadhouse Blues, Not to Touch the Earth, Touch Me, L.A. Woman. CLASSICS: Strange Days, Love Her Madly, Waiting For the Sun, My Eyes Have Seen You, Wild Child, The Crystal Ship, Five to One, Roadhouse Blues [live], Land Ho!, I Can't See Your Face In My Mind, Peace Frog, The WASP, The Unknown Soldier. X-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-X Another file downloaded from: The NIRVANAnet(tm) Seven & the Temple of the Screaming Electron Taipan Enigma 510/935-5845 Burn This Flag Zardoz 408/363-9766 realitycheck Poindexter Fortran 510/527-1662 Lies Unlimited Mick Freen 801/278-2699 The New Dork Sublime Biffnix 415/864-DORK The Shrine Rif Raf 206/794-6674 Planet Mirth Simon Jester 510/786-6560 "Raw Data for Raw Nerves" X-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-X

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