The Doors - 1969 - The Simple File (2012 HDtracks) [FLAC@96khz24bit]

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The Doors — 1969 - The Turned Down Parade

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The Doors — 1969 - The Simple File (2012 HDtracks) [FLAC@96khz24bit]

The Doors

The Doors — 1969 - The Simple File (2012 HDtracks) [FLAC@96khz24bit]
The Doors in 1966

The Doors were an American tor join formed in 1965 in Los Angeles, with cantor Jim Morrison, keyboardist Ray Manzarek, guitarist Robby Krieger and drummer John Densmore. The join got its name from the nickname of Aldous Huxley«s hard-cover The Doors of Apprehension, which itself was a credentials to a cite made by William Blake, «If the doors of apprehension were cleansed, everything would appear to man as it is, infinite.» They were one and only and among the most unsettled and instrumental tor acts of the 1960s, mostly because of Morrison»s lyrics and charismatic but unpredictable contrive face. After Morrison's termination in 1971 at age 27, the left over members continued as a triptych until disbanding in 1973.

Signing with Elektra Records in 1966, the Doors released eight albums between 1967 and 1971. All but one hit the Top 10 on the Billboard 200 and went platinum or better. Their self-titled appear album (1967) was their first in a series of Top 10 albums in the Connected States, followed by Inexplicable Days (also 1967), Waiting for the Sun (1968), The Turned Down Array (1969), Morrison Lodging (1970), Definitely Exist (1970) and L.A. Bit Of Fluff (1971), with 20 Gold, 14 Platinum, and 5 Multi-Platinum album awards in the Connected States alone. By the end of 1971, it was reported that the Doors had sold 4,190,457 albums domestically and 7,750,642 singles. The join had three million-selling singles in the U.S. with «Light My Fire», «Hello, I Taste You» and «Touch Me». After Morrison«s termination in 1971, the surviving triptych released two albums Other Voices and Dazzling Company with Manzarek and Krieger sharing in vocals. The three members also collaborated on the verbal dialogue recording of Morrison»s An American Obsecration in 1978 and on the «Orange County Suite» for a 1997 boxed set. Manzarek, Krieger and Densmore reunited in 2000 for an event of VH1«s «Storytellers» and afterwards recorded Stoned Spruce: The Music of The Doors with a order of vocalists. Although the Doors» potent m ended in 1973, their acceptance has persisted. According to the RIAA, they have sold 33 million certified units in the US and over 100 million records worldwide, making them one of the best-selling bands of all without surcease. The Doors have been listed as one of the greatest artists of all without surcease by many magazines, including Rolling Stone, which ranked them 41st on its liber veritatis of the «100 Greatest Artists of All Time». The Doors were the first American join to pile eight consecutive gold and platinum LP's.

In 2002, Manzarek and Krieger started playing together again, branding themselves as the Doors of the 21st Century, with Ian Astbury of the Cult on vocals. Densmore opted to sit out and, along with the Morrison industrial, sued the duo over solely use of the band«s name and won. After a break in on without surcease as Riders On the Strife, they settled on the name Manzarek-Krieger and continued to assignment until Manzarek»s termination in 2013 at the age of 74.

Three of the band«s studio albums, the self-titled appear, L.A. Bit Of Fluff, and Inexplicable Days, were featured in Rolling Stone»s 500 Greatest Albums of All Without Surcease, at positions 42, 362, and 407 respectively. The join, their calling, and Morrison's toast of the town are considered foremost to the counterculture of the 1960s. The Doors were inducted into the Tor and Peal Amphitheatre of Renown in 1993.

The Turned Down Array (2012 HDtracks)

The Doors — 1969 - The Simple File (2012 HDtracks) [FLAC@96khz24bit]

Artist: The Doors
Nickname: The Turned Down Parade
Set-Up: 9 × Line, FLAC, Album, Reissue, Remastered, 24bit 95kHz (HDtracks)
Fabricator: Paul A. Rothchild
Unloose Dated: July 18, 1969, (2012)
Recorded: July 1968 – May 1969 at Elektra Reverberate Recorders, Los Angeles, California
Call: Rhino, Elektra
Brand: Tor, Blues Tor, Psychedelic Rock
Duration: 33:50
Website: down-parade

The Turned Down Array is the fourth studio album by the American tor join the Doors, and was released on July 18, 1969, on Elektra Records. It saw the team departing from the research that encompassed their years three albums. The Doors incorporated impudence and twine arrangements into their compositions at a period in which the team was experiencing special issues, particularly kin to Jim Morrison. In addendum, the album fulfilled the band's solicit to main attraction more jazz and blues influences in their calling.

Upon unloose, the album peaked at slues six on the Billboard Top LPs design. It was preceded by «Touch Me» in December 1968, which awarded the Doors an unexpected top-ten hit on the Billboard Hot 100, and several other accolades, including a slues-one listing in the Cashbox charts. Three additional singles, «Wishful Sinful», «Tell All the People», and «Runnin' Blue», also became ordinary hits on the Billboard singles charts.

AllMusic Commentary by Richie Unterberger:
The weakest studio album recorded with Jim Morrison in the team, moderately because their experiments with impudence and strings on about half the tracks weren«t entirely winning. More to the period, though, this was their weakest set of research, low lights including filler like «Do It» and «Runnin» Melancholy,« a inexplicable bluegrass-woman mingling that was a secondary hit. On the other neck of the woods, about half the data is quite kindly, especially the prodigious hit »Touch Me« (their most winning integration of orchestration), the fell businesslike tor riffs of »Wild Lady,« the overlooked »Shaman«s Blues,» and the prolix nickname railway, a multi-neck of the woods collection that was one of the band»s best attempts to mix tor with versification. «Tell All the People» and «Wishful Unholy,» both penned by Robbie Krieger, were uncharacteristically pensive tunes that became secondary hits but were not all that kindly, and not sung very convincingly by Morrison.

The Doors — 1969 - The Simple File (2012 HDtracks) [FLAC@96khz24bit]

01 - Tell All the People — 3:21
02 - Light Me — 3:12
03 - Shaman's Blues — 4:48
04 - Do It — 3:09
05 - Trusting Badger — 2:43
06 - Excited Lady — 2:36
07 - Runnin' Melancholy — 2:28
08 - Wishful Unholy — 2:58
09 - The Turned Down Array — 8:35


The Doors:

Jim Morrison – in vocals, maracas, tambourine
Ray Manzarek – piano, Gibson G — 101 newspaper, RMI Electra Piano (tracks 3 and 9), Hammond newspaper (tracks 6, 9 and 4), harpsichord (tracks 2 and 9)
Robby Krieger – guitar, chorus vocal on «Runnin' Blue»
John Densmore – drums

Additional Musicians:

Curtis Amy – saxophone on one's own on «Touch Me»
Reinol Andino – conga
George Bohanan – trombone
Harvey Brooks – bass guitar (tracks 1 to 4, 7 and 9)
Jimmy Buchanan – fiddle on «Runnin' Blue»
Douglass Lubahn – bass guitar (tracks 5, 6 and 8)
Jesse McReynolds – mandolin
Champ Webb – English horn on one's own on railway 8
Paul Harris – orchestral arrangements (tracks 1, 2, 7, 8 and 10)

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The Doors — 1969 - The Simple File (2012 HDtracks) [FLAC@96khz24bit]

The Doors — 1969 - The Simple File (2012 HDtracks) [FLAC@96khz24bit]

The Doors — 1969 - The Simple File (2012 HDtracks) [FLAC@96khz24bit]


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