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  1. Editors’ Notes L.A. Woman was Jim Morrison's sixth and final studio album with The Doors. It's an inspired set of blues-based material that transcends the genre with Morrison's otherworldly intensity. His psychedelic influences are still at work on the tribal "The WASP (Texas Radio and the Big Beat)" and in the wonderfully bizarre "Hyacinth House," where he proclaims, "I see the bathroom is.
  2. About “L.A. Woman” Jim Morrison does his best Muddy Waters impression in a song that could be about any number of women he may have impregnated Based on content alone, I’m guessing Muddy was.
  3. Listen to your favorite songs from L.A. Woman by The Doors Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  4. L.A. Woman is the sixth and last studio album that the American rock & roll band The Doors recorded with lead singer Jim Morrison, who died in July The album's style is arguably the most blues rock -oriented of the band's catalogue.
  5. Jul 15,  · The Doors - L.A Woman - L.A. Woman 40th Anniversary - 24 bits, x , 15 fps Lower Field First DivX® Codec (2 Logical CPUs) Interleave audio for every 15 frames.
  6. L.A Woman was the sixth and last of The Doors studio albums, never more were Jim Morrison`s vocal more raspy and bluesy after years of hard drinking and debauchery. The blues influence is certainly heard on tracks such as `Crawling king snake` and `Cars hiss by the window` but the albums highlights are definitely the title track `L.A Woman` the full 8 minute album version and the haunting `Riders on /5().
  7. The sixth studio album and the final album with Jim Morrison in their lineup, L.A. Woman is by far The Doors' most blues-oriented. Released April 19th, through Elektra Records, the album.
  8. L.A. woman, c'mon Submit Corrections. Thanks to Michael Bradley, Austin, Nolan Wyda, Curtis Bracken, juan garcia for correcting these lyrics. The song is the title track on the album. The album is the last with Jim Morrison, who died three months after its release.
  9. From to '71, the DOORS had undergone many stylistic shifts. At any given moment they could be Top 40 hitmakers, psychedelic wordsmiths, political heralds, frothy pop artists, and here, a blues-grunge band. It's hard to imagine what else these guys would have created had Morrison lived. L.A. WOMAN seems as fitting an au revoir as any/5(6).

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