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Editorial Reviews This 34 Track, Double CD Set features a Previously Unrelased Version of "Celebration of the Lizard" and a Brand New Remix of "Riders on the Storm" from Australian Outfit Pnau. This Remix Replaces the Track "Soul Kitchen" on the International Version of the Album. Legacy: The Absolute Bes Free shipping RockShox Zeb Debonair Air Spring Upgrade Kit C1, 180mm A1+ UK Online Clearance whether you've picked the wrong product or just changed your mind you can send your order back to us and you'll get all your money back. RockShox Zeb Debonair Air Spring Upgrade Kit C1, 180mm A1+ CDs Vinyl => Classic Rock => Supergroups Free shipping / New Good thing I'm single because, by now, I'm certain, any normal spouse would have run out of the house for having heard this double CD for the umpteenth time. This collection was remastered by Bruce Botnick - long time engineer and producer of The Doors. The remastered recordings are so sharp, clear and deep - even a middle aged, slightly hearing impaired rock fan like myself just has to grin for the pleasure of hearing this kind of quality recording.According to the CD sleeve The Doors themselves were in on the compilation of the tunes chosen for this collection! Naturally, it had to have been long after Morrison drank himself silly, stupid dead.All you Doors fans recognize all the greatest tunes on this collection of double CD's. Look no further and buy this set. My Guarantee - you won't be disappointed!Received this disc earlier than expected. Kudo's to the Seller for the timely shipment. Overall, I think the album is pretty well put together, but of all the songs, I only really preferred no more than 3 or 4. LA Woman was obviuosly a favorite, while The End was another favorite. This is an excellent CD by the Doors to have for your collection,it has all there big hits and so much more,this is one of my favorites. Let's be real, every compilation has his shortcomings, sometimes your favorite songs are missing, this is no exception. Even "The Doors Complete Studio Recordings" are far from complete. But this one comes close to what a musicfan has to have (Doors' fans own most of it already). Elektra issued in 2000 the also 2 CD "The Best of The Doors" with 37 songs and one wonders what a new compilation short thereafter has more or otherwise on offer. "Best of" has both the "Soft Parade"-album outtakes "Whiskey, Mystics and Men" and "Who Scared You" and a track from the second and final sans Morrison album "Full Circle" (i.e. "No Me Moleste Mosquito", otherwise hardly on any CD available). They are not presented here. Instead there is a unique recording of "Celebration of the Lizard", normally only on live-albums ("Absolutely Live" and "Live in New York", on the "The Doors Boxset"). The first album is almost complete, with 8 of the 11 songs. From the other 5 albums is a selection made of 4 or 5 songs each. Plus "Gloria" from "In Concert".I think this will do for most of a part. If you're still not satisfied and want more (I can imagine that) you can broaden your view with any of the regular albums, or optain the now "Perception"-box [which strangely ommits the scarce "Woman is a Devil"]. Still this doesn't answer my question, why a new compilation and so soon. Well, it's the SOUND! That is big, huge and fat. Loud and Clear. Especially the bass is overwhelming, terrific. Also the drums have far more depth than on any other Doors CD I know. But what's more, I always thought that the Doors' musical landmark was, apart from the baritone vocals of Morisson, the shrill, high-pitched but overall somewhat uniform organ sound of Manzarek. Wrong! I am terrible mistaken. It is remarkable how he sounds in every song complete different with the use of a Vox Continental or some time later a Gibson Kalamazoo, with the occasional help of the Fender Bass Piano and also use of a Fender Rhodes Piano or a "normal" piano. He has an astounding and dazzling array of keyboardsounds, long before the synthesizer-era with the coming of the modular Moog and the giant Yamaha GX1. It is really amazing and astonishing what many different sounds he can create with those early instruments and the recordingtechniques in the mid sixties. Listen for instance to "Alabama Song (Whiskey Bar)" with melodic bellrings. Kind of ringmodulator, I guess. On "The Changeling" and "The Wasp {Texas Radio and the Big Beat)", both on "L.A. Woman"-album, you can clearly hear the warm sound of a Hammond organ but before that he played solely on those earlier mentioned instruments and they have a sound of their own, not one but many. Incredible. Even Keith Emerson from The Nice and E.L.P. with his extensive use of the Moog, and around 1976 a GX1, had not so many sounds on offer and he was experimenting a lot. Many people say that he was his time far ahead but you can easly say the same of Ray Manzarek with his comparable primitive keyboards. Anyway, it is a delight to listen to this double-album which has 34 songs and they are a treat. Honestly recommended, more words fail short.This is one of those albums that is a real find. The sound quality is stunning. Usually anything post mid 90's has a flat, consistently loud and obnoxious sound. Most reissues suffer too, good musical works from earlier years that have been recently released to the new "musical sound" of the late 90's and on. This is a real find, the sound quality is pristine, 3d, deep, and musical from front to back.For song selection, I haven't had the chance to get in to The Doors album by album yet. I do have a few "Best Of's" by them (5 to be precise), and this one DESTROYS the rest. Honestly, this is a must have if you don't want to buy their individual albums.Again, the sound quality is stellar, I never would have expected this sound quality from such a new release (youtube "loudness war" if you're curious to what I'm going on about)

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