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8 thoughts on “ Alabama Song - The Doors - Liberation (CD)

  1. In Concert is the successor CD set to the individual releases of Absolutely Live (which remains in print as a single CD), Alive, She Cried, and Live at the Hollywood Bowl-- as none of them presented more than a single angle or two of the group's sound and each confined itself to only a portion of the group's repertoire, the three-in-one release makes perfect sense and is a decent bargain.
  2. This is the debut album of one of the most important rock and roll bands of all time which was released in This album in my opinion is The Doors strongest album. This album has everything on it from German Opera (Whiskey Bar) to Chicago Blues (Back Door Man). I couldn't see any fan of rock music disliking this album.
  3. "Liberation's Door" has great melody and rhythm and although it is sung in Gurmuki you'll find yourself retaining the words and music even when you're not listening to it. Essentially the lyrics speak to those that have faith, and that they will find Liberation's Door as they are carried across the great world ocean/5(71).
  4. Alabama Song Chords by The Doors. Learn to play guitar by chord / tabs using chord diagrams, transpose the key, watch video lessons and much more.
  5. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Doors - Absolutely Live at Discogs. Complete your The Doors collection.
  6. Alabama Song (Whisky Bar) Lyrics: Well, show me the way / To the next whiskey bar / Oh, don't ask why / Oh, don't ask why / Show me the way / To the next whiskey bar / Oh, don't ask why / Oh, don.
  7. Alabama Song Music by Kurt Weill Lyrics by Bertolt Brecht Performed by The Doors Published by WB Music Corporation d/b/a. Heroin Written by Lou Reed Performed by The Velvet Underground. Strange Days Written and Performed by The Doors Elektra Records. Not to Touch the Earth.
  8. Alabama Song (Whiskey Bar) by The Doors song meaning, lyric interpretation, video and chart position The Doors got the idea for this from an album of German songs their keyboard player, Ray Manzarek, had. In , the surviving members of the Doors taped a VH1 Storytellers episode with guest vocalists filling in for Morrison.

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