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MORRISON HOTEL

The Doors

 

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3.18 | 215 ratings

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Frankie Flowers
3 stars "Morrison Hotel" was a return to form by The Doors. It's better than "Soft Parade" and the "Waiting For The Sun" album. It all kicks off with the blues-rock offering "Roadhouse Blues" where you can already hear the depth and soul back in Morrison's voice. The band's classic psychedelic sound is also back in many of the tracks, especially on the mellow "Blue Sunday" and "Indian Summer" (which sounds a bit different. It was recorded in 1966 during the same sessions as the band's first album). These are main highlights on the album. The blues and psych sounds sometimes have some funky twists, such as on "Peace Frog" and "Land Ho!" which are also really good songs. Overall, a very solid and interesting effort.
Frankie Flowers | 3/5 |

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