Doors - L.A. Woman Workshop SessionVendor: Rhino
NEW VINYL LP ON RHINO 2012.
2 X 180 GRAM VINYL ETCNING ON SIDE D.
L.A. Woman: The Workshop Sessions features eight never-before-heard versions of songs from the Doors' 1971 album and a never-before-heard song, "She Smells So Nice," which captures the band joyfully barreling through a full-throttle original before segueing into the blues standard "Rock Me." As the song closes, Jim Morrison can be heard chanting, "Mr. Mojo Risin," an anagram of his name that was made famous during the bridge of "L.A. Woman." The track was recently discovered by producer Bruce Botnick while reviewing the L.A. Woman session tapes. This 180g 2LP edition of LA Woman: The Workshop Sessions is presented on three sides of vinyl, with the fourth side featuring a laser etching of the original "Electric Woman" art included with the album's original 1971 release. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Doors
1. The Changeling (Alternate Version)
2. Love Her Madly (Alternate Version)
3. Cars Hiss By My Window (Alternate Version)
4. L.A. Woman (Alternate Version)
5. The Wasp (Texas Radio and the Big Beat) (Alternate Version)
6. Been Down So Long (Alternate Version)
7. Riders On the Storm (Alternate Version)
1. She Smells So Nice/Rock Me
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