180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2LPs Sealed ||
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1. Show Start/Intro
2. When The Music’s Over
3. Alabama Song (Whisky Bar)
4. Back Door Man
5. Five To One
6. Back Door Man (Reprise)
7. The WASP (Texas Radio And The Big Beat)
8. Hello, I Love You
9. Moonlight Drive
10. Horse Latitudes
11. A Little Game
12. The Hill Dwellers
13. Spanish Caravan
14. Hey, What Would You Guys Like To Hear?
15. Wake Up!
16. Light My Fire (Segue)
17. Light My Fire
18. The Unknown Soldier
19. The End (Segue)
20. The End
About Live At The Bowl '68 by The Doors:
Remixed and Mastered from the Original Multi-Tracks by Doors Engineer Bruce Botnick!
Featuring 3 Previously Unreleased Tracks from the Historic Performance!
The Doors supplied plenty of post-Independence Day fireworks on July 5, 1968 when the legendary quartet played the Hollywood Bowl, a concert that is considered to be one of the band’s finest. For the first time, the audio has been remixed and mastered from the original multi-tracks by the group’s engineer Bruce Botnick.
This new restoration offers a stunning upgrade from earlier versions and will give fans the closest experience to being there live along side Jim Morrison, John Densmore, Robby Krieger and Ray Manzarek, who opined, “You can hear it as if you were at the Hollywood Bowl, on stage with us.”
Live At The Bowl ’68 will also include three previously unreleased tracks from the performance. Technical issues with the recording of “Hello, I Love You,” “The WASP (Texas Radio And The Big Beat),” and “Spanish Caravan” prevented them from being released in the past. Now, through meticulous restoration of the audio, all three will be included, marking the first time the concert has been available in its entirety!
Doors manager Jeff Jampol adds, "The Doors’ live performances were a shamanistic journey into dark rock and roll psychedelic theater, a swirling mixture of rock ‘n’ roll heat, poetry, danger, drama and unbridled musical virtuosity. Captured at the height of The Doors’ magical powers, in one of the world’s greatest venues, this brand new restoration, edit and mix, corny as it may sound, made me fall in love a hundred times, all over again.”