The Doors - Morrison Hotel


8.1 | 88 votes |
Release date: 9 February 1970
Style: Psychedelic rock, Hard rock

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5 want it
1 trades it


01. Roadhouse Blues
02. Waiting For The Sun
03. You Make Me Real
04. Peace Frog
05. Blue Sunday
06. Ship Of Fools
07. Land Ho!
08. The Spy
09. Queen Of The Highway
10. Indian Summer
11. Maggie M'Gill
12. Talking Blues
13. Roadhouse Blues (11/4/69, Takes 1-3) [40th Anniversary Edition CD bonus]
14. Roadhouse Blues (11/4/69, Take 6) [40th Anniversary Edition CD bonus]
15. Carol (11/4/69) [40th Anniversary Edition CD bonus]
16. Roadhouse Blues (11/5/69, Take 1) [40th Anniversary Edition CD bonus]
17. Money Beats Soul (11/5/69) [40th Anniversary Edition CD bonus]
18. Roadhouse Blues (11/5/69, Takes 13-15) [40th Anniversary Edition CD bonus]
19. Peace Frog (False Starts & Dialogue) [40th Anniversary Edition CD bonus]
20. The Spy (Version 2) [40th Anniversary Edition CD bonus]
21. Queen Of The Highway (Jazz Version) [40th Anniversary Edition CD bonus]

Line-up
Jim Morrison - vocals
Ray Manzarek - organ, piano, keyboards, keyboard bass
Robby Krieger - guitars
John Densmore - drums, percussion

Additional info
Recorded: November 1969
"Indian Summer" in August 1966
"Waiting For The Sun" begun in March 1968

Bruce Botnick - engineer
Gary Burden - design
Henry Diltz - photography
Paul A. Rothchild - producer

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08.07.2010 - 06:47
Uirapuru
Liver Failure
Just listened to this album again, and finally managed to enjoy it more than the debut self-titled.
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13.06.2014 - 14:04
musicalkaratekid
I find this album more upbeat and uplifting than the band's first two releases, yet that's also the reason why I find this slightly weaker. Interestingly enough I think the mid-section of the album is musically the most interesting, as songs like "Roadhouse Blues" and "The Spy" simply don't do it for me. "Ship of fools" and "Land Ho!" however, are brilliantly written and so damn quirky.
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