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{PARAGRAPH}Archived from the original on Retrieved ISBN X. Retrieved February 24, — via robertchristgau. Classic Rock. Record Collector. Retrieved 31 August Rolling Stone. Retrieved February 6, The Billboard Hot Annual — Menomonee Falls: Record Research, The Doors. Roadhouse Blues Tour. Charles Lloyd. All in all, one of the best here. After this album, the trio will call it quit for some time. It was simply not possible on the long run to do it without Jim I guess. Thanks to the average numbers at the end of this album, I will rate it two stars, but I am doing an effort, really. Well, somewhere along the line, the band apparently remembered that they were The Doors, not some second rate art-country band. Something creepy and psychedelic. And, while quite a few people find it refreshing that this album tries to emulate the Doors earlier feel without raiding the back catalogue as obviously as Other Voices, I for one do not like this album. For one thing, rather than Jim leading the way with his darkness and atmosphere, we get Ray Manzarek. And rather than being LP highly original circus freak Morrison was, Ray comes off like a psychedelic relic, and ends up leading the band down its darkest path imaginable. Anyway, it gets worse before it gets better. Although it starts as a take on Mexican folk alternating between acoustic guitar and carnival organit turns into a massive jam. The riffs may be pretty straightforward hard rock, but the Doors can play good and fast! The result is a repetitive boogie, and a waste of a good keyboardist and guitar tone. More backup vocalists, more Ray being irritating and pointless, not to mention a laughably bad spoken part in the middle completely misinformed too! What the hell guys? LP would always be the problem without Jim. So Ray took it upon himself to find a purpose for the band. Also, Ray takes over most the singing on this one. Simply put. Ray was not strong enough or smart enough to give them a new direction, and so, they folded. The rest is masochism. The Doors had always been comprised of keyboardist Ray The Piano Bird - The Doors - Full Circle (Vinyl, guitarist Robby Krieger, drummer John Densmore, and lead vocalist Morrison; upon Morrison's death, Manzarek and Krieger took over the vocals. Prior to Full CircleMorrison was also the frontman and a bad-boy celebrity to boot, and appears to have been the Doors member with the most influence over the band's musical direction. Top reviews Most recent Top reviews. Top reviews from the United States. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Verified Purchase. After Jim Morrison died the Doors continued as both a performing and a recording act. They released LP albums. One was great, the other very good. Full Circle is lesser of the two. Sometimes the performers don't hear the flaws that an other set of ears might. While mostly a great album there are several cringe worthy moments that somewhat marred my listening experience. That said it is a worthy addition to any Doors fan's collection and with this vinyl reissue I can happily replace my well used original copy with a pristine new gram pressing. Sure Jim is missing but The Doors would not have been great without all four members I like this album and I wish that the band had continued on Too bad this was the last Doors' studio album but I'm glad it's available here as an mp3 album. One person found this helpful. Musicians playing typical 70"s, but without Jim. It's what we needed to hear. After Morrison died in I thought the Doors were through. I mean, this was my all-time fav band and a key element to that band was gone. When I heard the Doors were putting out another album in called 'Other Voices,' I was skeptical. And when I started hearing some of the songs on radio, I was even more skeptical. Copyright Prog Archives, All rights reserved. Please consider supporting us by giving monthly PayPal donations and help keep PA fast-loading and ad-free forever. You can also read the new visitors guide forum page. You are not logged, please complete authentication before continuing use forum credentials. Forum user Forum password. Studio Album, Live, Who is this guy? Robby Steinhardt. Prog Gigs, Tours and Festivals 10 More Robert Berry's 3. Please consider supporting us by giving monthly PayPal donations to help keep PA fast-loading and ad-free forever. Thanks and Prog on! All active topics. New Controller Parrot Intellisys Warm your. Pet 10 each 2 0. Lead time. Underlord's Dice. Use Album) Cave wash high camping warm. The albums arrive on CD and gram vinyl on September 4 from Rhino. Disc: 1 1. Tightrope Ride 5. Down On The Farm 6. I m Horny, I m Stoned 7. Wandering Musician 8. Get Up And Dance The Piano Bird - The Doors - Full Circle (Vinyl


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