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L.A. Woman - The Doors - The Best Of The Doors (CD)

9 thoughts on “ L.A. Woman - The Doors - The Best Of The Doors (CD)

  1. Zulkigami says:
    L.A. Woman went on to become the second best-selling album by The Doors and the album spawned two major hits in L.A. Woman and Love Her Madly. L.A. Woman is The Doors most bluesy album and songs like Been Down So Long, Cars Hiss By My Window and Crawling King Snake are 4/5(38).
  2. Daishakar says:
    rows · Listen free to The Doors – L.A. Woman (Changeling, Love Her Madly and more). 10 .
  3. Tojaramar says:
    The Best of The Doors is a compilation album by American rock group the Doors. Released in , the double LP set contains 18 songs from their first six albums with lead singer Jim Morrison, including charting singles and selected album cuts. Danny Sugerman contributed a short essay which discussed the band's origins, influences and Morrison's personality, and was printed inside the gatefold sleeve. .
  4. Shakagar says:
    Nov 18,  · Fans of iconic rock band The Doors are in for something special. The group’s final album–’s L.A. Woman, with the signature hits “L.A. Woman,” “Love Her Madly” and “Riders On.
  5. Kijinn says:
    L.A. Woman was the last Doors catalog Jim Morrison was in, as his death came in a short three months after its release. While staying true to their own brand of psychedelic rock, L.A Woman also contained hints of the blues, funk, and rock in the mix.
  6. Yolkis says:
    L.A. Woman is the sixth studio album by the American rock band the Doors, released on April 19, , on Elektra Records. It is the last to feature the group's lead singer, Jim Morrison, who died three months after the album's release/5(K).
  7. Daigor says:
    The title track to the final Doors album with Jim Morrison is a composite homage as well as an extended metaphor for what the lyricist saw as the essence of the city of Los Angeles. Many Doors insiders also consider it to be a direct peon to one particular “L.A. Woman” -- Doors .
  8. Doucage says:
    Critics call it ‘The Doors comeback album’. In retrospect, it was of course highly ironic to call L.A. Woman a comeback. It was their sixth, and last with Jim Morrison, as the three remaining members recorded two more albums, with limited success, before definitely breaking up. Any self-respecting Doors fan however knows that L.A. Woman.

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