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LA Woman: 40th Anniversary Edition

LA Woman: 40th Anniversary Edition by The Doors buy album

The Doors

Label: Elektra Records
Released: 2012
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Track Listing

CD1: The Changeling; Love Her Madly; Been So Long; Cars Hiss by My Window; L.A. Woman; L’America; Hyacinth House; Crawling King Snake; The WASP (Texas Radio and the Big Beat); Riders on the Storm CD2: The Changeling (Alternate Version); Love Her Madly (Alternate Version); Cars Hiss By My Window (Alternate Version); L.A. Woman (Alternate Version); The WASP (Texas Radio and the Big Beat) (Alternate Version); Been Down So Long (Alternate Version); Riders on the Storm (Alternate Version); She Smells So Nice; Rock Me.

Personnel

The Doors
The Doors

band/orchestra

Additional Personnel / Information

Jim Morrison: lead vocals, maracas, tambourine; Robby Krieger: guitar; John Densmore: drums; Ray Manzarek: Hammond C-3 organ (1), tack piano (2, 5), Vox Continental organ (2), rhythm guitar (3), Gibson G-101 organ (6), Wurlitzer electric piano (8), Fender Rhodes electric piano (5, 10, 12); Jerry Scheff: bass; Marc Benno: rhythm guitar (3-5, 8).


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