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New Release of L.A. Woman- The Doors

 
Milo Minderbinder
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01/27/2012 09:56 AM
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New Release of L.A. Woman- The Doors
Hey...

Has anybody heard the new 40th Anniversary release of the L.A. Woman Album from The Doors? It's fucking incredible.

There was a much-publicized "brand new" doors song (She Smells So Nice) included that was never released that hit the ol' Series of Tubes a few weeks back. Admittedly...the new song is only so-so.

However, in the full re-release of the album, there is an entire second disc that contains alternate rehearsal versions and unedited versions of a bunch of the other songs on the L.A. Woman album.

They are totally unbelievable if your a blues and blues/rock uber-geek like I am. The L.A. Woman album was the very first commercial music album ever released that was recorded direct to digital (still on magnetic tape of course...it was 1971).

Thus, unedited and alternate versions have all of the raw power and emotion of live performances...but without the shitty 1960's mobile recording equipment and douchebags in the audience yelling for "Light My Fire" every 2.5 seconds.

Unheard lyrics. Clipped guitar, drum, and keyboard solos. Studio chatter between band members and sound engineers. Notes, guitar licks, and subtle reverb not audible on the 1971 release. It's all there.

I strongly suggest any fans immediately go and and download this album from their favorite torrent site...just like Mr. Mojo Risin' would have wanted given The Establishments recent efforts to render the internet a fascist hellscape.

Rock out.
Milo Minderbinder@ymail.com
Milo Minderbinder (OP)

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01/27/2012 09:57 AM
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Re: New Release of L.A. Woman- The Doors
Hey...

Has anybody heard the new 40th Anniversary release of the L.A. Woman Album from The Doors? It's fucking incredible.

There was a much-publicized "brand new" doors song (She Smells So Nice) included that was never released that hit the ol' Series of Tubes a few weeks back. Admittedly...the new song is only so-so.

However, in the full re-release of the album, there is an entire second disc that contains alternate rehearsal versions and unedited versions of a bunch of the other songs on the L.A. Woman album.

They are totally unbelievable if your a blues and blues/rock uber-geek like I am. The L.A. Woman album was the very first commercial music album ever released that was recorded direct to digital (still on magnetic tape of course...it was 1971).

Thus, unedited and alternate versions have all of the raw power and emotion of live performances...but without the shitty 1960's mobile recording equipment and douchebags in the audience yelling for "Light My Fire" every 2.5 seconds.

Unheard lyrics. Clipped guitar, drum, and keyboard solos. Studio chatter between band members and sound engineers. Notes, guitar licks, and subtle reverb not audible on the 1971 release. It's all there.

I strongly suggest any fans immediately go and and download this album from their favorite torrent site...just like Mr. Mojo Risin' would have wanted given The Establishments recent efforts to render the internet a fascist hellscape.

Rock out.
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Oh...just make sure when you download it you get the 2012 double-disc release.
Milo Minderbinder@ymail.com