Thursday, November 26, 2009

He Took a Trip to the End of the Night

Thanksgiving special: a very cool demo version of "End of the Night" by The Doors in an early incarnation, including harmonica. This would be perfect for an HBO or indie movie soundtrack. I dig! A lot of their earliest stuff is really good, less restrained than the album versions. RIP, Jim Morrison.


Luma Rosa said...

After to pass the phase of the adolescence I honest started to separate the myth of Jim Morrison, of the music of the Doors. Many critical refusals have heard the Ray Manzarek and Robby Krieger, for having of new raised the Doors, without Jim Morrison as frontman. I think that the critical ones do not make sensible in certain aspects, although clearly, Morrison to be indispensable to one total experience to the living creature of the Doors. E Morrison was certain when it said "The Doors the records, and 50% are 50% concertos". Beijus,

Distributorcap said...

i will admit it - i visited his grave in paris

what a groupie

Anonymous said...

Sounds a bit like I imagine it might if Iggy covered it.