Waiting For The Sun: Remastered & Expanded - Doors Reviews
Description:Genre: Rock - Psychedelic Rock / Artist: Doors / Audio CD released 2007-03-26 at Rhino / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 He ... more
Waiting For The Sun: Remastered & Expanded - Doors ... 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
7 Spanish Caravan
8 My Wild Love
9 We Could Be So Good Together
10 Yes, The River Knows
11 Five To One
12 Albinoni's Adagio In G MinorNot To Touch The Earth (Dialogue)Not To
13 Celebration Of The Lizard
Newest Review: ... and Love Street are straightforward commercial sixties pop songs, though the former gave the band their second US number one ... more
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by - written on 28/06/12 (Very useful, 38 readings)
Waiting for the Sun was the third studio album released by The Doors. Released in 1968, it was chiefly made up of songs written and recorded after the release of The Doors and Strange Days. The album enjoyed great commercial success, becoming the band's first and only number one album in the USA, and their first hit album in the UK. The band was made up of singer Jim Morrison, keyboardist Ray Manzarek, guitarist Robbie Krieger and drummer John Densmore. I'm not too keen on the album's beginning. Hello, I Love You and Love Street are straightforward commercial sixties pop songs, though the former gave the band their second US number one single. Not To Touch the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/01/01, updated on 27/01/01 (Very useful, 79 readings)
“I am the Lizard King I can do anything I can make the earth stop in its tracks” The full libretto of Jim Morrison’s ‘Celebration Of The Lizard King’ was included in the sleevenotes of WAITING FOR THE SUN, imprinting his powerful charisma even deeper onto the Doors and their music, and his presence again dominates every second. With two critically and popularly acclaimed albums behind them, the Doors were embracing west coast American pop to make their most melodic, if also least effective record thus far. WAITING FOR THE SUN opens with ‘Hello, I Love You’, which was a number one single in the States, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/03/01, updated on 28/03/01 (Useful, 87 readings)
The Doors’ third album opens brightly enough, with the band’s US number one hit “Hello I Love You” (a blatant rip off of the Kinks’ “All Day And All Of The Night”) and follows nicely with the bouncy yet reflective quality of “Love Street”. The album loses its slickness at that point and for the next six tracks it is fairly evident that the Doors were experiencing inner turmoil whilst recording the album. Even the famous “Unknown Soldier” is more a triumph of production values as opposed to raw musical excellence. “We Could Be So Good Together” isn’t bad but “Yes The River ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/10/00, updated on 24/10/00 (Useful, 93 readings)
This album was the third produced by the Doors and at the time of production, it was rumoured that they were struggling for material as they were trying to fulfil their contract to their record company. Whether this is true or not, the album is definitely weaker than the first two albums. It is also very short clocking in over just 30 minutess. There are some excellent tracks on the album but there are also some weak ones too. The opening track “Hello I Love You” was a US No.1 and provides a bright and breezy opener to the album. The mood suddenly changes though, with darker songs coming to the forefront. “Not to touch the ... Read the complete review
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