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The Doors - Waiting For The Sun / L.A. Woman Album

The Doors - Waiting For The Sun / L.A. Woman Album
Performer: The Doors
Title: Waiting For The Sun / L.A. Woman
Country: Russia
Genre: Rock Music
Style:Blues Rock, Classic Rock
Released: 1999
Catalog number: CDM 1199-376
Label: CD-Maximum
MP3 album szie: 1078 mb
FLAC album size: 2098 mb

Tracklist

1The WASP (Texas Radio And The Big Beat)4:11
2Not To Touch The Earth3:53
3Spanish Caravan2:55
4L'America4:32
5Summer's Almost Gone3:18
6L.A. Woman7:43
7Wintertime Love1:50
8 L.A. Woman
9The Changeling4:09
10My Wild Love2:58
11Love Street2:44
12Hello, I Love You2:06
13The Unknown Soldier3:11
14Cars Hiss By My Window4:07
15Yes, The River Knows2:32
16Crawling King Snake4:55
17Five To One4:21
18Been Down So Long4:36
19Love Her Madly3:14
20Hyacinth House3:07
21 Waiting For The Sun
22Riders On The Storm6:56
23We Could Be So Good Together2:21

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CDM 1199-376The Doors Waiting For The Sun / L.A. Woman ‎(CD, Comp, Unofficial)CD-MaximumCDM 1199-376Russia2001

Notes

Waiting For The Sun / Sep. (P) 1968 Elektra.
L.A. Woman / Jun. (P) 1971 Elektra.

Under license by Russian Author Society.
For sale in Russia only.

Some tracks were possibly edited/shortened to fit on the cd.

Short intro

Waiting for the Sun is the third studio album by the American rock band the Doors. Recorded at TTG Studios in Los Angeles, the album's 11 tracks were recorded between February and May 1968 and the album was released by Elektra Records on July 3, 1968. It became the band's only number one album topping the charts for four weeks and included their second US number one single, Hello, I Love You for two weeks starting August 3, 1968. The first single released off the album was The Unknown Soldier. Waiting for the Sun. Your Rating. Overview . Listen free to The Doors L. Woman, Waiting for the Sun The Changeling, Love Her Madly and more. 21 tracks 81:14. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей The to YouTube by RhinoElektra Waiting for the Sun The Doors Morrison Hotel 1970 Elektra Entertainment Group Inc. for the United States and For The Sun, released July 3rd, 1968 through Elektra Records, is the third studio album from psychedelic rock band The Doors. The Unknown Soldier and Hello, I Love You were the two singles released for the album. The recording of the album was notable as it was the first album marred by Jim Morrisons growing alcoholism. Despite this, it was a massive commercial success and it was their first album to reach number one on the Billboard 200. Hello, I Love You was also their first single to reach number one. Waiting For The Sun Q&A. Great album from The Doors, Waiting For The Sun is one of my reason being because my best loved single came from this album, Hello I Love You. Of course the rest of the disc is pretty damned good as well. You would love it. In My Wild Love, his woman goes riding everywhere, only to encounter the devil and other hostile situations. In We Could Be So Good Together, the singer promises his love that he will tell her only wicked lies. And in the gentle Yes, The River Knows, all we can look forward to is to . breathe underwater till the end. Psychedelic Rock. The Doors. Band's List Psychedelic Rock The Doors Waiting for the Sun. Add an audio file. The Doors : Waiting for the Sun. The Singles. Backstage & Dangerous :The Private Rehearsal. The Doors Of Heaven. Box Set Part 2. Box Set Part 1. The Live Doors - March 1967. Jim Morrison an American Prayer. Full Circle. Other Voices. Features Song Lyrics for The Doors's Waiting for the Sun, L. Woman album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User to the new Doors album, Waiting For The Sun, reminded me of Zappa and also how good the first Doors album was yet after a year and a half of Jim Morrisons posturing one might logically hope for some sort of musical growth, and if the new record isnt really terrible, it isnt particularly exciting either. Waiting for the Sun is a respectable, if unimpressive, third album it at least represents an advance over Strange Days which had the knack of sounding like the first Doors album, not only as good. Nevertheless the Doors are not a particularly exciting hard rock band and Morrison is something like rock musics equivalent to Rod McKuen