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The Very Best of The Doors

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Description: 2007 Digitally Remastered Limited Edition Anthology of the 2007 Grammy Lifetime Achievement Honorees. Each of the 34 Audio Tracks in this Collection was Remixed and Remastered in 2006 for Re-release, Produced by Bruce Botnick and the Surviving Members of the Band. The Set also Includes a 60 Minute Dvd, "Live in Europe 68" that was Filmed During their European Tour that Year as the Band Swept Through London, Stockholm, Frankfurt and Amsterdam. The Band's Best Performances from that Historic Tour Make Up the Content of the Dvd (Ntsc/Region 0). The Dvd Sized Package Will Be Foil Stamped and Include a 32 Page Booklet with ... (more)
Manufacturer: Wea International
Release date: 2 April 2007
EAN: 0081227998547 UPC: 081227998547
Tags: Classic Rock (1), Psychedelic (1)
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"Transcendental, pervy pop-rock, often imitated but rarely bettered. This double-disc compilation gathers the radio hits (“Hello, I Love You”), the lengthy wig-outs (“The End,” “Riders On the Storm”) and fan-friendly rarities. Best skip the organ solos, though. Standout track: “Break On Through” "