Ben Chi - Doors Open download album
Following on from Ben Long’s debut solo album ‘Standing Alone’ released on EPMmusic in April and the first remix EP featuring Blueprint’s James Ruskin and Chaval’s Victor Santana in May . But having released some incredible work in the past on Ben Long’s Potential label (amongst many others), his reworking of ‘Open Doors’ is a very welcome return
Please note that vocal samples used here have been later reused in "Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad?".
Based on the short story 'The Open Window' by Saki (H. H. Munro). A nervous young gentleman from London goes to the countryside for a rest cure. He arrives at a country house clutching a letter of introduction.
The album features their breakthrough single "Light My Fire" and the lengthy song "The End" with its Oedipal spoken word section. The Doors was central to the progression of psychedelic rock, and has been critically acclaimed.
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The End" is a song by the American rock band The Doors. Its lyrics were written by lead singer Jim Morrison. He originally wrote the song about breaking up with his girlfriend Mary Werbelow, but it evolved through months of performances at Los Angeles' Whisky a Go Go into a nearly 12-minute track on their self-titled debut album. It was first released on January 4, 1967. The song was recorded live in the studio with no overdubbing
Below are possible answers for the crossword clue "The door's open!".
Revisiting the Doors’ Historic Debut Album. Express Newspapers, Hulton Archive, Getty Images. When the Doors entered a Hollywood recording studio to make their debut album at the end of August 1966, they knew what they wanted. Months of serving as house band at the Whisky a Go Go had sharpened their playing and performing skills to the point where one member of the quartet could abruptly swerve toward a new direction and the others would follow without missing a beat. And they had become adventurous songwriters in the process, coming up with a culture-tipping set of songs that sampled the flavors of 1967, from blues and pop to folk and psychedelia
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