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Wild Child - The Doors - The Soft Parade (CD, Album)

05.10.2019 Najas Classic Rock9 comments

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  1. © - The Soft Parade - Tribute to The Doors is a registered trademark. All rights reserved. No part of this website may be reproduced without written.
  2. The Doors grew into a hard blues band with a unique poetic slant. Prior to that they were a psychedelic top 40 act with a dark side. Problem is, there's no official live record of their act until when Elektra started to record gigs for a live album/5().
  3. The Doors’ fourth studio album, The Soft Parade, became the band’s fourth straight top 10 album when it was released 50 years ago on July 18, Despite featuring one of the group’s biggest hits, “Touch Me,” it remains the most-polarizing record of The Doors ’ career thanks to the brass and string arrangements that embellish several tracks.
  4. Performed by The Doors with Additional Vocals by Val Kilmer Elektra Records. My Wild Love Wild Child Written and Performed by The Doors Elektra Records. The Soft Parade Written by The Doors Performed by The Doors / Val Kilmer Elektra Records.
  5. Label: Elektra - ,Rhino Records (2) - ,Doors Music Company - • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Remastered CD Album, Reissue, Remastered CD.
  6. Wild Child Lyrics: All right / Wild child full of grace / Savior of the human race / Your cool face / Natural child, terrible child / Not your mother's or your father's child / Your our child.
  7. Nov 15,  · "The Soft Parade" sees the Doors in new territory. It was a land that many of their fans were not embracing. The dark, carnival rock is but a memory, as the Doors turn to some truly fine studio work coupled with some of the weakest songs from their catalog/5().
  8. Album The Soft Parade. Easy Ride Lyrics [Chorus] And I know Wild Child 7. Runnin’ Blue Wishful Sinful 9. The Soft Parade Who Scared You Whiskey, Mystics and Men.
  9. The Doors' self-titled debut album as well as The Soft Parade are the two remasters that are absolutely essential, along with the 2-CD 40th anniversary release of L.A. Woman. Regarding the band's debut album, it's nice to finally hear Light My Fire at the correct speed!

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