|A||The Doors||Riders On The Storm [Mono]||The Doors||Bruce Botnick, The Doors||1.0 Rate|
|B||The Doors||Riders On The Storm [Stereo]||The Doors||Bruce Botnick, The Doors||10.0 Rate|
Celebrating the 40th anniversary of the release of LA Woman, this 7” contains the original stereo single b/w a previously unreleased mono mix of the song that was distributed exclusively to radio at the time. The single will be presented in one of three different, randomly distributed picture sleeves, each featuring artwork originally used for the single’s international release.
9th Sep 2011
| ||I really like Manzarek's style of piano playing.. He played bass lines on his keyboard with his left hand, because live they didn't typically use a bass player. I would recommend his style of playing as a part of lessons on piano for beginners...|
And also I read Morrison's biography,and i must say he's a pretty awesome guy.
7th Sep 2011
| ||Morrison's vocals and Manzarek's piano playing amazes me always!!|
17th Aug 2011
| ||What a record! absolutely faultless and still makes hair stand up on end.|
The original 45 was naturally in an edited form as this will be (the Radio promo mono mix is just a fold down, the doors ARE stereo and have to be. A later 7" UK re-release had the full un-edited masterpiece in its very VERY quiet tight grooves. c/w LA Woman full version
If you don't know the doors and do not have this OR LA Woman then I feel sorry for you, go out an find and play you will not ever be dissapointed.
It was through my bugging WEA repeatedly through my student nights that I finally got ROTS and Light My Fire pressed up in their full unedited versions in the 12" format having a full deep volume.
I honestly can't remember if the original UK ROTS 7" came with a picture sleeve, mine purchased at the time of release came in the bulk standard Orange die-cut Elektra sleeve so I could have missed out or the run may have been very limited, never seen one,
Note: Original UK copies of LA Woman album came with an Embossed sleeve with a Yellow cellophane gell, the vinyl was pressed by CBS and carried the classic Grown Butterfly labels and are worth a few quid now.
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