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The Doors - L.A. Woman - 180g HQ LP

The Doors - L.A. Woman - 180g HQ LP

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The Doors  | Label: Elektra / Rhino  | Format: LP  |  Genre: Rock | Vinyl Condition: Mint | Cover Condition: Sealed


This is a BRAND NEW 180g issue from Rhino / Elektra. 
It is a nice thick repro of the original, including the see rare through
cover. The jacket corners are rounded like the original 
release of this album in 1971. 
It is SEALED. 
Contains the tracks; 

Changling
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 and the Big Beat) 
Riders on the Storm

Each CD cover has been crafted by hand to recreate the original see-through cover art.
The final Doors album to feature vocalist Jim Morrison reaffirmed the quartet's grasp of blues-rock. Beset by personal and professional problems, they retreated to a rehearsal room, cast pressures aside, and recorded a handful of their most memorable compositions. The overall sound of the record is relatively stripped down, but the musicianship is uniformly excellent, with empathetic interplay between guitarist Robbie Krieger and keyboard player Ray Manzarek. Jim Morrison's voice, though somewhat ragged and weather-worn, adds its fiercely unmistakable resonance.
The spooky, low-key "Cars Hiss By My Window" and an edgy cover of John Lee Hooker's "Crawling King Snake" are straight, no-nonsense blues, but the album's highlights, including the jangling radio hit "Love Her Madly" and the breezy, chugging title track, which rides on a thrumming bass line and Krieger's fluid licks, mix bluesy bluster with the Doors' swirling, poetic magic. Morrison's death within weeks of the album's completion cast a pall over its content, especially the eerie rain and the funereal electric piano of "Riders On The Storm," the album's indisputable standout, and one of the most compelling, evocative songs in the band's catalogue. Though not the Doors' finest record, L.A. WOMAN was a fitting swan song for one of the most unique and important bands of the '60s.


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