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Boxset/Compilation, released in 1991

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. The Movie (1:06)
2. Riders on the Storm (7:01)
3. Love Street (2:48)
4. Break on Through (To the Other Side) (2:26)
5. The End (11:42)
6. Light My Fire (7:06)
7. Ghost Song (Edit) (2:55)
8. Roadhouse Blues (Live) (5:20)
9*. Heroin (Lou Reed) (7:08)
10**. Carmina Burana: Introduction (Carl Orff) (2:32)
11. Stoned Immaculate (1:34)
12. When the Music's Over (10:56)
13. The Severed Garden (Adagio) (T. Albinoni) (2:11)
14. L.A. Woman (7:49)

Total time 72:34

* - performed by The Velvet Underground and Nico
** - performed by The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Choir

Line-up / Musicians

- Jim Morrison / vocals
- Ray Manzarek / keyboards and Fender piano bass
- Robby Krieger / guitars
- John Densmore / drums

Releases information

The soundtrack to Oliver Stone's 1991 film ''The Doors''

CD Elektra CD 61047 (1991)

LP Elektra 7559-61085 (1991)

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THE DOORS The Doors OST ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of rock music(33%)
Excellent addition to any rock music collection(33%)
Good, but non-essential (25%)
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Review by memowakeman
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3 stars This has to be one of the first 5 CDs I ever owned, the reason is simple, it belonged to my dad's collection. And though he and I don't really have so much in common musically speaking, I will always be grateful because he introduced me to The Doors and The Alan Parsons Project, probably the only two bands I knew from him that marked my childhood.

I used to listen a lot to this CD, of course, I had watched the film but the CD was part of my soul, I remember I got excited every single time I listened to the songs included here, and since I was a kid I remember I liked listening to the whole record, not only some tracks. But well, I could go on and tell you a lot of memories, but that's not the main goal (I think) of reviewing. What I want to share now with this review is that if you like The Doors, you might find this sort of compilation album pretty interesting, because it features some of the most loved songs by fans, some compositions Morrison wrote and were featured in his "solo" album An American Prayer, such as the wonderful "Ghost Song" and "Stoned Immaculate", which of course reminds us of "The Wasp". But also this OST features the disarming "Heroin" composed and performed by The Velvet Underground and classical compositions such as Orff's Carmina Burana and Albinoni's adagio, so the combination is wonderful.

What could have been interesting was to include one of Val Kilmer's performances he did in the film, but well, the OST was released without it and I like it a lot and as you can see brings me a lot of memories. The order of the tracks is also great, so anytime I listen to it I definitely have a good time. This is not a introduction to The Door's music, however if you find it, I would recommend you to get it and enjoy it!

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