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Touch Me - The Doors - The Soft Parade (CD, Album)

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  1. The Soft Parade (Live on PBS Television, New York, ) 3 Cars Hiss by My Window (Alternate Take) 4 Whiskey, Mystics and Men (Version 2) 5 The Changeling (Take 9) 6 Crawling King Snake (Run Through and Studio Chatter) 7 Been down so Long (Alternate Take) /5(7).
  2. The weakest studio album recorded with Jim Morrison in the group, partially because their experiments with brass and strings on about half the tracks weren't entirely successful. More to the point, though, this was their weakest set of material, low lights including filler like "Do It" and "Runnin' Blue," a strange bluegrass-soul blend that was a small hit.
  3. Sep 19,  · The Doors’ Robby Krieger on ‘Touch Me’ and the Lyric Jim Morrison Refused to Sing A new, stripped-down version of the song appears on the 50th-anniversary reissue of the band’s LP, ‘The Soft.
  4. The Singles is a compilation album/box set by The Doors, released on September 15, The collection contains both the A-sides and B-sides of all 20 US singles released between and It was released in several formats: a vinyl box set containing 20 7" singles in packaging replicating the original singles; a double CD version containing four bonus mono radio tracks; and a triple CD.
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  6. Sep 19,  · You're listening to The Doors - “Touch Me (Doors Only Mix)" from the 50th anniversary deluxe edition of 'The Soft Parade’. Featuring nearly two hours of unreleased recordings including.
  7. The Doors, Touch Me "Touch Me" is a song by The Doors from their album The Soft Parade. Written by Robby Krieger, it is notable for its extensive usage of brass and string instruments (including a solo by featured saxophonist Curtis Amy) to accent Jim Morrison's vocals.
  8. Originally released in Recorded at Elektra Sound Recorders, Los Angeles. Remastered from the original 2 track masters to 96khz 24 bit digital at Bernie Grundman Mastering, Hollywood, California, U.S.A., August The CD is HDCD encoded/5(16).
  9. The Doors’ fourth studio album, The Soft Parade, became the band’s fourth straight Top Ten album when it was released 50 years ago. Despite featuring one of the group’s biggest hits – “Touch Me” – it remains the most-polarizing record of The Doors’ career thanks to the brass and string arrangements that embellish several tracks.

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