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Tell All The People - The Doors - The Soft Parade (CD, Album)

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  1. " Tell All the People " is a song by American rock band the Doors and was written by Doors' guitarist Robby Krieger. It was the A-side backed with "Easy Ride" - an outtake from Waiting for the Sun recorded in March - and was released in June It was the third single from the Doors' album The Soft Parade.
  2. Jul 18,  · The 50th anniversary edition of The Soft Parade will notably include “Doors only” versions of five tracks — “Tell All the People,” “Touch Me,” “Wishful Sinful,” “Runnin’ Blue” and “Who Scared You”.
  3. There is nothing Pop-like on the album. Patrick from Durham, Nc The Soft Parade is the best Doors song musically and lyrically. This song is about more than is said above. "The Soft Parade" is a metaphor for life and how crazy and interesting it can be. It is rooted in insanity. Great bassline. see more comments.
  4. Sep 19,  · Despite the tensions around making the album, Krieger still has a few happy memories surrounding The Soft blazdowcstarlantrengiohanmosysmirale.coinfo, while Morrison was out drinking, the band jammed on Morrison’s “Roadhouse.
  5. Jul 18,  · The Soft Parade: 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition includes the original studio album – and the B-side “Who Scared You” – newly remastered by Bruce Botnick, The Doors’ longtime engineer and mixer. The collection is a limited edition of 15, individually numbered copies and also includes the original album on gram vinyl along with liner notes by noted rock journalist David Fricke.
  6. The Doors' self-titled debut album as well as The Soft Parade are the two remasters that are absolutely essential, along with the 2-CD 40th anniversary release of L.A. Woman. Regarding the band's debut album, it's nice to finally hear Light My Fire at the correct speed!/5().

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