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The Soft Parade - 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition

The Soft Parade - 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition by The Doors
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The Doors

Label: Rhino
Released: 2019
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Track Listing

CD1: Tell All The People; Touch Me; Shaman’s Blues; Do It; Easy Ride; Wild Child; Runnin’ Blue; Wishful Sinful; The Soft Parade; Who Scared You. CD 2: Tell All The People; Touch Me; Runnin’ Blue; Wishful Sinful; Who Scared You; Roadhouse Blues; (You Need Meat) Don’t Go No Further; I’m Your Doctor; Touch Me; Runnin’ Blue; Wishful Sinful. CD 3: I Am Troubled; Seminary School (aka Petition The Lord With Prayer); Rock Is Dead; Chaos.


The Doors

Additional Personnel / Information

Jim Morrison: vocals; Ray Manzarek: keyboards, vocals; Robbie Krieger: guitar, vocals; John Densmore: drums; Robert de Leo: bass; Doug Lubahn: bass; Harvey Brooks: bass; Jesse McReynolds: mandolin; Jimmy Buchanan: fiddle; Reinol Andono: percussion; Curtis Amy: saxophone; Champ Webb: English horn; John Aldino: trumpet; George Bohanon: trombone; Lou Blackburn: trombone; Jules Chalkin: trumpet/leader; Norman Botnick: violin/leader; John Kelson, Jr: sax/woodwinds; John Lowe: sax/woodwinds; Jay Migliori: sax/woodwinds; Harry Bluestone, John Devoogdt, Harris Goldman, Jerome Reisler, Isadoe Norman and Darrel Terwilliger: violins; Nathan, Gershman, Jerome A. Kessler, and Victor Sazer: cellos; Priscilla Nemoy: copyist; Paul Harris: orchestral arrangements.

Album Description

Psychedelic pop-rock



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