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The Doors



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5 stars Finally, somebody put The Doors here! This is one of the most perfect, and one of the most influential albums ever. From the start we have Break On Through. Who doesn't know that song? Soul Kitchen is a masterpiece of american psychedelic rock.The End - I have no words for that one. One of the first track recorded to have over 10 minutes. A theatrical and epic piece of music. This number is a true essence of psychedelic rock. Oriental guitar by Robby, mystical keybords by Ray, gently drumming by John and above all the music, lyricla voice of the poet called Jim. I can listen to it over and over again. And that's not all on this record. We have a wonderfull ballad The Crystal Ship. There is also the most known Doors song - Light My Fire. What an introduction on the keybords. And what a great solo on the guitar. Perfect. What else is here? Take It As It Comes - great song, even Ramones played that one. Alabama Song - new quality of a Weill/Brecht song. Cabaret by The Doors. 21st Century Fox is a nice pop song. Goes right into your head. Back Door Man - The Doors are playing blues. End Of The Night - acid rock starts here I think. Beautfiul music, great lyrics. I Looked At You - only song on this album that is not special in any way. Just normal pop song, but played fast. A masterpiece album from a great band. 5 stars.
Deepslumber | 5/5 |


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