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Live At Konserthuset, Stockholm, September 20, 1968 (RSD24 EDITION)

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    Previously unissued live radio broadcast from September 20, 1968. Including rare performances of "Mack The Knife", "Love Street", and "You're Lost Little Girl". It's a great sounding recording of a great performance of The Doors at their peak

    The Doors

    Live At Konserthuset, Stockholm, September 20, 1968 (RSD24 EDITION)

      THIS IS A RECORD STORE DAY 2024 EXCLUSIVE AND WILL BE AVAILABLE INSTORE ON SATURDAY APRIL 20TH ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVED BASIS, LIMITED TO ONE PER PERSON.

      IF THERE ARE ANY REMAINING COPIES THEY WILL BE MADE AVAILABLE ONLINE AT 8PM ON MONDAY APRIL 22ND.


      Previously unissued live radio broadcast from September 20, 1968. Including rare performances of "Mack The Knife", "Love Street", and "You're Lost Little Girl". It's a great sounding recording of a great performance of The Doors at their peak

      The Doors

      Live From Bakersfield (Black Friday 23 Edition)

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        The Doors Live in Bakersfield is one of the more unique shows from The Doors during a tumultuous 1970 when Jim Morrison was on trial on trumped-up charges in Miami. The band had been playing together live for five years, and were tight enough to be able to veer into the unknown. That’s what they opted for in this California agriculture town on a hot summer night. Featuring improvisations and medleys of The Doors many beloved hits from across their albums, Live in Bakersfield is a shamanic adventure for all who listen. Recorded August 21, 1970.

        The Doors

        Live At The Matrix 1967: The Original Masters

          Very early on in their career, The Doors played at a small, hole-in-the-wall club called The Matrix, which was co-owned by Jefferson Airplane’s Marty Balin. The rule at the time was that bands from LA had to play The Matrix when they came to San Francisco as “tax” and homage to the bands that built the local scene. The Doors happily obliged, and co-owner Peter Abram recorded the band’s two shows – March 7 and March 10, 1967.

          The set features soon-to-be beloved covers by The Doors such as “Gloria” and blues favorites like “Alabama Song (Whisky Bar) ” that would define their influence and sound as they worked out originals like “Break on Through (To the Other Side).” The complete set from both shows was released once before, but it was discovered after release that they were taken from third-generation tapes of the recordings. In the ensuing years, The Doors have located the first-generation recordings, and this is the first time the sets from those nights will be released in full.

          TRACK LISTING

          VINYL TRACKLISTING:
          Side 1- March 7, 1967 First Set
          1.) Back Door Man
          2.) My Eyes Have Seen You
          3.) Soul Kitchen
          4) All Blues (Instrumental)
          Side 2:
          1) Get Out Of My Life Woman
          2) When The Music’s Over
          Side 3: March 7, 1967 Second Set
          1) Close To You
          2) Crawling King Snake
          3) I Can’t See Your Face In My Mind
          4) People Are Strange
          5) Alabama Song (Whisky Bar)
          Side 4:
          1) Crystal Ship
          2) Twentieth Century Fox
          March 7, 1967 – Third Set
          3) Moonlight Drive
          4) Summer’s Almost Gone
          5) Unhappy Girl
          Side 5:
          1) Woman Is A Devil / Rock Me Baby
          2) Break On Through (To The Other Side)
          3) Light My Fire
          Side 6:
          1) The End
          March 8 Or 9, 1967
          2) The End (Partial) / Let’s Feed Ice Cream To The Rats
          Side 7: March 10, 1967 – First Set
          1) My Eyes Have Seen You
          2) Soul Kitchen
          3) I Can’t See Your Face In My Mind
          4) People Are Strange
          Side 8:
          1) When The Music’s Over
          March 10, 1967 – Second Set
          2) Money
          3) Who Do You Love
          Side 9:
          1) Moonlight Drive
          2) Summer’s Almost Gone
          3) I’m A King Bee
          4) Gloria
          Side 10:
          1) Break On Through (To The Other Side)
          March 10, 1967 – Third Set
          2) Summertime
          3) Back Door Man
          4) Alabama Song (Whisky Bar)
          7”:
          March 7, 1967 – First Set
          1) Bag’s Groove (Instrumental)

          CD TRACKLISTING:
          March 7, 1967 First Set
          Back Door Man
          My Eyes Have Seen You
          Soul Kitchen
          All Blues (Instrumental)
          Get Out Of My Life Woman
          When The Music’s Over

          March 7, 1967 Second Set
          Close To You
          Crawling King Snake
          I Can’t See Your Face In My Mind
          People Are Strange
          Alabama Song (Whisky Bar)
          Crystal Ship
          Twentieth Century Fox

          March 7, 1967 – Third Set
          Moonlight Drive
          Summer’s Almost Gone
          Unhappy Girl
          Woman Is A Devil / Rock Me Baby
          Break On Through (To The Other Side)
          Light My Fire
          The End

          March 8 Or 9, 1967
          The End (Partial) / Let’s Feed Ice Cream To The Rats

          March 10, 1967 – First Set
          My Eyes Have Seen You
          Soul Kitchen
          I Can’t See Your Face In My Mind
          People Are Strange
          When The Music’s Over

          March 10, 1967 – Second Set
          Money
          Who Do You Love
          Moonlight Drive
          Summer’s Almost Gone
          I’m A King Bee
          Gloria
          Break On Through (To The Other Side)

          March 10, 1967 – Third Set
          Summertime
          Back Door Man
          Alabama Song (Whisky Bar)

          Robby Krieger

          Set The Night On Fire : Living, Dying And Playing Guitar With The Doors

            'An attempt to retell an oft-told tale, this time informed by a desire to suck the hot air out of the more inflated earlier versions . . .

            this late-arriving history is perhaps the most reliable, and certainly the most entertaining, of all' GuardianFew bands are as shrouded in the murky haze of rock mythology as The Doors, and parsing fact from fiction has been a virtually impossible task. But now, after fifty years, The Doors' notoriously quiet guitarist is finally breaking his silence to set the record straight. Through a series of vignettes, Robby takes readers back to where it all happened: the pawn shop where he bought his first guitar; the jail cell he was tossed into after a teenage drug bust; his parents' living room where his first songwriting sessions with Jim Morrison took place; and the many concert venues that erupted into historic riots.

            Both a time capsule of the 1960s counterculture and a moving reflection on what it means to find oneself as a musician, Set the Night on Fire is a must-read for Doors fans and an essential volume of American pop. 'The very best . .

            . A well-told classic tale' Mojo'Eschewing mythologising for unvarnished, often amusing memories, this is a book that Doors fans will love madly' Classic Rock Magazine

            The Doors

            L.A. Woman - 2022 Reissue

              L.A. Woman is the sixth studio album by the American rock band the Doors, released on April 19, 1971, on Elektra Records. L.A. Woman was recorded in November 1970 over six days at the Workshop, the band’s rehearsal space on Santa Monica Boulevard. A success both critically and commercially, the album contains some of the band’s most enduring music, including hits “Riders On The Storm,” “Love Her Madly,” and the title track.

              December 2021 saw the release of L.A. Woman (50th Anniversary Deluxe), a new 3-CD/1-LP set to commemorate the album's 50-year anniversary. Featured on the album anniversary set, this 1LP, 180g black vinyl release is the newly remastered breakout of the original studio album.


              The Doors

              13 - Vinyl Reissue

                13 was The Doors’ first compilation album, featuring tracks from the psychedelic rock legends’ first five albums.

                The compilation starts with the epic Light My Fire, written by Doors guitarist Robby Krieger, and features other classics such as People Are Strange from Strange Days, Touch Me from The Soft Parade. It also contains the blues rock classic Roadhouse Blues from Morrison Hotel; which last year celebrated its 50th anniversary.

                13 is now on vinyl for the first time in 37 years and includes newly remastered audio on 180gram black vinyl. 


                TRACK LISTING

                Side One
                1. "Light My Fire" 
                2. "People Are Strange" 
                3. "Back Door Man" 
                4. "Moonlight Drive" 
                5. "The Crystal Ship" 
                6. "Roadhouse Blues" 

                Side Two
                1. "Touch Me" 
                2. "Love Me Two Times" 
                3. "You're Lost Little Girl" 
                4. "Hello, I Love You" 
                5. "Land Ho" 
                6. "Wild Child" 
                7. "The Unknown Soldier" 

                Jim Morrison & The Doors

                An American Prayer

                  An American Prayer was The Doors’ 9th and final studio album and posthumously features Jim Morrison. The band reunited 7 years after Morrison’s death and 5 years after the remaining members broke up. They recorded backing tracks over Morrison’s poetry, originally recorded between 1969-1970. Other pieces of music and audio include dialogue from Morrison’s film HWY: An American Pastoral and snippets from jam sessions

                  The Doors

                  The Soft Parade (50th Anniversary)

                    The Doors’ fourth studio album, The Soft Parade was released 50 years ago today on July 18, 1969. Despite featuring one of the group’s biggest hits – “Touch Me” – it remains the most-polarizing record of The Doors’ career thanks to the brass and string arrangements that embellish several tracks. The album features newly remastered by Bruce Botnick, The Doors’ longtime engineer and mixer

                    The Doors

                    Strange Days (50th Anniversary Edition)

                      "Strange Days" (50th Anniversary Edition) was produced by the album’s original engineer Bruce Botnick. Accompanying the set are liner notes by music journalist David Fricke, as well as a selection of rare and previously unseen photographs.

                      Having a larger budget for Strange Days allowed the band to spend more time experimenting in the studio. They used an eight-track recorder for the first time, which resulted in some memorable overdubs like Krieger’s double-tracked guitar on “When The Music’s Over.” Surprisingly, the trippy keyboard sound heard on the album’s title track is actually one of the earliest appearances of a Moog synthesizer in a rock song.

                      Strange Days mixed new songs written on the road with some written before the band’s 1967 debut. In fact, the band performed “Strange Days” during its 1966 residency at the London Fog in L.A., while “My Eyes Have Seen You” dates back to 1965. Another early track is “Moonlight Drive,” which was one of the very first songs that the band practiced together, and where the band heard Krieger’s haunting bottleneck guitar playing for the first time. It’s also the song Morrison sang to Manzarek at Venice Beach in 1965 when the two former UCLA film students reconnected and decided to start the Doors.


                      TRACK LISTING

                      A1 Strange Days 3:05
                      A2 You're Lost Little Girl 3:01
                      A3 Love Me Two Times 3:23
                      A4 Unhappy Girl 2:00
                      A5 Horse Latitudes 1:30
                      A6 Moonlight Drive 3:00
                      B1 People Are Strange 2:10
                      B2 My Eyes Have Seen You 2:22
                      B3 I Can't See Your Face In My Mind 3:18
                      B4 When The Music's Over 11:00

                      The Doors

                      The Doors - 180 Gram Stereo Version

                        Originally released in January 1967, and one of the most impressive debuts in rock history. 

                        "A tremendous debut album, and indeed one of the best first-time outings in rock history, introducing the band's fusion of rock, blues, classical, jazz, and poetry with a knockout punch. The lean, spidery guitar and organ riffs interweave with a hypnotic menace, providing a seductive backdrop for Jim Morrison's captivating vocals and probing prose. "Light My Fire" was the cut that topped the charts and established the group as stars, but most of the rest of the album is just as impressive, including some of their best songs: the propulsive "Break on Through" (their first single), the beguiling mystery of "The Crystal Ship," the mysterious "End of the Night," "Take It as It Comes" (one of several tunes besides "Light My Fire" that also had hit potential), and the stomping rock of "Soul Kitchen" and "Twentieth Century Fox." The 11-minute Oedipal drama "The End" was the group at its most daring and, some would contend, overambitious. It was nonetheless a haunting cap to an album whose nonstop melodicism and dynamic tension would never be equaled by the group again, let alone bettered." - AllMusic.

                        The Doors

                        Morrison Hotel

                          Released in 1970 in the wake of Morrison's infamous indecency bust, Morrison Hotel introduced "Waiting For The Sun," "Roadhouse Blues," and "Ship Of Fools."

                          This vinyl reissue on 180-gram HQ virgin vinyl presents the original stereo mixes, artwork and inner sleeves.

                          The laquers were cut at Bernie Grundman Mastering in Hollywood, CA under the direct supervision of original Doors producer/engineer Bruce Botnick and Electra Records founder Jac Holzman.


                          TRACK LISTING


                          Side A
                          1 Roadhouse Blues
                          2 Waiting For The Sun
                          3 You Make Me Real
                          4 Peace Frog
                          5 Blue Sunday
                          6 Ship Of Fools
                          Side B
                          1 Land Ho!
                          2 The Spy
                          3 Queen Of The Highway
                          4 Indian Summer
                          5 Maggie M’Gill

                          The Doors

                          LA Woman

                            1971's L.A. Woman, released shortly before Morrison's death in Paris, delivered the signature songs "Love Her Madly," "Riders On The Storm," and the title track.

                            This superb vinyl reissue on 180-gram HQ virgin vinyl presents the original stereo mixes, artwork and inner sleeves (including die-cut and embossed outer sleeve).

                            The laquers were cut at Bernie Grundman Mastering in Hollywood, CA under the direct supervision of original Doors producer/engineer Bruce Botnick and Electra Records founder Jac Holzman.


                            TRACK LISTING


                            Side A
                            1 The Changeling
                            2 Love Her Madly
                            3 Been Down So Long
                            4 Cars Hiss By My Window
                            5 LA Woman
                            Side B
                            1 L’America
                            2 Hyacinth House
                            3 Crawling King Snake
                            4 The Wasp (Texas Radio And The Big Beat)
                            5 Riders On The Storm

                            The Doors

                            Strange Days

                              First released in October 1967, Strange Days introduced the Doors classics "People Are Strange," "Love Me Two Times" and "Strange Days."

                              This vinyl reissue on 180-gram HQ virgin vinyl presents the original stereo mixes, artwork and inner sleeves.

                              The laquers were cut at Bernie Grundman Mastering in Hollywood, CA under the direct supervision of original Doors producer/engineer Bruce Botnick and Electra Records founder Jac Holzman.

                              The Doors

                              Waiting For The Sun




                                TRACK LISTING


                                Side A
                                1 Hello I Love You
                                2 Love Street
                                3 Not To Touch The Earth
                                4 Summer’s Almost Gone
                                5 Wintertime Love
                                6 The Unknown Soldier
                                Side B
                                1 Spanish Caravan
                                2 My Wild Love
                                3 We Could Be So Good Together
                                4 Yes The River Knows
                                5 Five To One

                                The Doors

                                Morrison Hotel

                                  Released in 1970. This expanded remastered edition includes insightful liner notes from David Fricke and bonus tracks "Talking Blues", "Roadhouse Blues (11/4/69,1-3)", "Roadhouse Blues (11/4/69, Take 6)", "Carol (11/4/69)", "Roadhouse Blues (Take 1)", "Money Beats Soul (11/5/69)", "Roadhouse Blues (11/5/69, Takes 13-15)", "Peace Frog (False Starts & Dialogue)", "The Spy (Version 2)" and "Queen Of The Highway (Jazz Version)".


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