Behind Closed Doors - The Rarities

The Doors



Behind Closed Doors - The Rarities

The Doors

Released: 03/05/2013

Genre: Rock

℗ 2013 Elektra Records. Marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company

  • Moonlight Drive (Version 1)

  • Moonlight Drive (Version 2)

  • Indian Summer (8/19/66 Vocal)

  • People Are Strange (False Starts & Dialogue)

  • Love Me Two Times (Take 3)

  • Albinoni's Adagio In G Minor

  • Not to Touch the Earth (Dialogue)

  • Not to Touch the Earth (Take 1)

  • Not to Touch the Earth (Take 2)

  • Celebration of the Lizard

  • Who Scared You (Recorded At Elektra Studios 1969)

  • Whiskey, Mystics and Men (Version 1) [Recorded At Elektra Studios 1970]

  • Whiskey, Mystics and Men (Version 2)

  • Push Push

  • Touch Me (Dialogue)

  • Touch Me (Take 3)

  • Talking Blues

  • Roadhouse Blues (Takes 1-3)

  • Roadhouse Blues (Take 6)

  • Carol

  • Roadhouse Blues (Take 1)

  • Money Beats Soul

  • Roadhouse Blues (Takes 13-15)

  • Peace Frog (False Starts & Dialogue)

  • The Spy (Version 2)

25 songs

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Enjoy it!
by Asdf - 29/11/2016

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Celebration of the lizard complaint to iTunes
by My game was changed. - 29/11/2016

Albeit I love the doors I have been in fights defending them but I don’t want to pay $40 just for one song. I already own most of these songs but I really want celebration of the lizard. It’s album only though and I’ve heard it on the radio once in my 10 years of liking the doors. (I’m 15.) now I think iTunes should remaster an album of old recording and poetry and add celebration of the lizard. I am asking iTunes directly please either make celebration of the lizard available on this album without having to buy it or release another album for less than $40. Thank you for the music Jim, Ray, Robby, and John.





The Doors…always
by RebeccaJoyM - 29/11/2016

I love the rare tracks! Keep em coming, Doors. Thanks for the remixes too, I think Jim would have been fascinated by the electric remixes of his music. He saw it all coming, but to see it in practice would have blown his mind. I have yet to find another Jim in contemporary rock.





Raw doors
by GOpenhym - 29/11/2016

I’ve been a doors fan over 45 years. Saw them several times and have every official release as well as several boots. IMHO this collection captures them at their raw best over the span of their existence. I like all the alternate takes and tracks better than the originals, which by comparison sound over produced. I am not overly fond of some the remixes however. Some of the tracks are unavailable anywhere else. I put off buying this thinking it would be repetitive, but its not. Even the familiar tracks are just a bit different, sounding fresh and new. The blues influence on their music has never been more evident then here. A must have collection for any doors fan, and a strong recommendation for non-fans with open minds, who just might hear something in the music they never heard before. Rock on Ray.


Published by: Asdf  |  29/11/2016 17:29:42  |  4 comments