THE DOORS L.A. WOMAN HOTEL DAYS ANALOG SEALED 3 LP SET

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  • Sold Date: Aug 08,2012
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THE DOORS – L.A. WOMAN - MORRISON HOTEL & STRANGE DAYS ALL ARE SEALED FROM Elektra Records AUDIOPHILE GERMAN PRESSINGS TWO OF WHICH ARE THE RARE ORIGINAL 1ST EDITION 180 Gram Deluxe Edition Out of print ANALOG LP from original session master tapes – original cover/artwork with rounded corners AND THE STRANGE DAYS IS ALSO THE LAST ANALOG PRESSING BUT AT 140 GRAM REGULAR WEIGHT.

COLLECTORS NOTE : THE NEW 180 GRAM PRESSINGS ARE FROM DIGITAL MASTERS. THESE GERMAN AUDIOPHILE PRESSINGS WERE THE LAST ANALOG VINYL MASTERPIECES EVER PRESSED OF THE DOORS TITLES & PROBABLY THE LAST ANALOG PRESSINGS IN EXISTENCE. SO DON'T MISS OUT. ONLY A COUPLE SETS LEFT FOREVER .

LAST COLLECTORS NOTE : THE MORRISON HOTEL & L.A.WOMAN WERE THE 1ST PRESSINGS/LIMITED EDITIONS EVER TO BE MADE IN THE 180 GRAM HEAVY VINYL WEIGHT.

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This Heavy Vinyl LP has been critically acclaimed as the finest and quietest ever produced. It is a new listening experience that will virtually make you feel as if you were in the studio with the band. The nicest thing you can do for your stylus and ears. So, sit back, relax, enjoy the music, and remember the sound.

There have been so few vinyl LPs produced over the last 5 years that you should never pass up the opportunity to upgrade your collection. They're each very limited in their pressings and disappear with extraordinary quickness from the vinyl market. This causes prices to skyrocket because once they are gone, they are gone forever! Don't second-guess yourself with this chance to upgrade your collection because before you know it, the opportunity will have passed forever.

L.A. WOMAN - 180 GRAM FACTORY SEALED - JACKET EXACT TO THE ORIGINAL - The last official Doors studio album , L.A. WOMAN , was still high on the charts when, like the "actor out on loan" of its closing track, " Riders on the Storm ," Jim Morrison died in a Paris bathtub in the summer of 1971. Via such tracks as "The Changeling," " Crawling King Snake ," and the frothy, rollicking title track, the collection leaned heavily toward the blues--in particular, Morrison's boastful " Lizard King " brand of it. It also holds another entry in the band's ever-adventurous tone poems in the ever-underrated mythical tale of American music and culture, "WASP (Texas Radio and the Big Beat)." --

Musicians:
Jim Morrison, vocals
Robby Krieger, piano, organ
John Densmore, drums
Jerry Scheff, bass
Marc Benno, rhythm guitar
Features:
• 180g Vinyl
• Original Release Date: April 1971
Selections:
1. The Changeling
2. Love Her Madly
3. Been Down So Long
4. Cars Hiss By My Window
5. L.A. Woman
6. L’America
7. Hyacinth House
8. Crawling King Snake
9. The WASP (Texas Radio And The Big Beat)
10. Riders On The Storm

MORRISON HOTEL - 180 GRAM FACTORY SEALED - ORIGINAL GATEFOLD JACKET

The Doors did not react to fame easily . After hitting #1 in 1967 with "Light My Fire," the band was both embraced and mocked by audiences. Their albums sold well but were critically denigrated. Lead singer, Jim Morrison, was considered a visionary/poet but was also featured in teen magazines. Likewise, their work became full of contradictions.

The Doors' albums featured both blatant attempts at the top 10 (" Hello I Love You," "Touch Me ") and winding, complicated epics ("When the Music's Over," "The Soft Parade"), both simple love songs ("We Could Be So Good Together," "You Make Me Real") and bloody timepieces ("Five to One," "The Unknown Solider"). The Doors' fifth album, 1970's MORRISON HOTEL may be their first with direction.

It is a return to their roots . Psychedelic musings, a smoldering blues sound and skittish guitar playing mix together in one immense, leather-clad, Califor...