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The Doors - Weird Scenes Inside The Gold Mine (Original Recording Remastered) (2014)

11-06-2016, 18:21
Blues | Rock | FLAC / APE

Title: Weird Scenes Inside The Gold Mine (Original Recording Remastered)
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Rhino
Genre: Psychedelic Rock, Blues Rock
Quality: 320/Flac
Total Time: 01:39:21
Total Size: 275/640 (covers)


Disc 1
1. Break On Through 2:27
2. Strange Days 3:07
3. Shaman's Blues 4:48
4. Love Street 2:50
5. Peace Frog,Blue Sunday 5:00
6. The Wasp (Texas Radio & The Big Beat) 4:13
7. End Of The Night 2:51
8. Love Her Madly 3:18
9. Spanish Caravan 2:58
10. Ship Of Fools 3:07
11. The Spy 4:15
12. The End 11:46

Disc 2
1. Take It As It Comes 2:16
2. Running Blue 2:26
3. L.A. Woman 7:46
4. Five To One 4:25
5. Who Scared You 3:51
6. (You Need Meat) Don't Go No Further 3:41
7. Riders On The Storm 7:12
8. Maggie McGill 4:22
9. Horse Latitudes 1:35
10. When The Music's Over 10:57

Originally released in 1972, Weird Scenes Inside the Gold Mine was one of the earliest "best-of" Doors collections, compiling 22 tracks from the band not just limited to their many ubiquitous hits but including some more experimental tunes and a few obscure B-sides. This strange and sprawling playlist is heavy on material from L.A. Woman, and seems particularly invested in the darker, more sinister side of the band. Lesser-known songs here include "Who Scared You" and the goofy, awkward blues run "(You Need Meat) Don't Go No Further" sung by keyboardist Ray Manzarek. With the exception of a few pop moments, this lengthy collection sets a heavy and sometimes menacing mood, highlighting the Doors' most depraved, shamanistic moments in tracks like the brooding "The End," "Maggie McGill," and the absolutely evil groove of "When the Music's Over."

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hawkwind   User offline   10 July 2016 10:52

Great Album, from the band whose music will never fade. 1

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