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L.A. Woman

by The Doors

L.A. Woman by The Doors

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L.A. Woman

by The Doors

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Label: Rhino/Elektra
The Doors would carry on without Jim Morrison but come on, this is really the group's swansong. you could argue that this is not truly a great album, but it contains enough stellar cuts to make that immaterial: "Love Her Madly" (which missed the top 10!), "The W.A.S.P.," and the hippy lounge classic "Riders On the Storm" (a wake-up call to off-duty nurses: decline the offer of a free Cutty Sark refill and head home alone).

About This Album

The Doors would carry on without Jim Morrison but come on, this is really the group's swansong. you could argue that this is not truly a great album, but it contains enough stellar cuts to make that immaterial: "Love Her Madly" (which missed the top 10!), "The W.A.S.P.," and the hippy lounge classic "Riders On the Storm" (a wake-up call to off-duty nurses: decline the offer of a free Cutty Sark refill and head home alone).

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About This Album

The Doors would carry on without Jim Morrison but come on, this is really the group's swansong. you could argue that this is not truly a great album, but it contains enough stellar cuts to make that immaterial: "Love Her Madly" (which missed the top 10!), "The W.A.S.P.," and the hippy lounge classic "Riders On the Storm" (a wake-up call to off-duty nurses: decline the offer of a free Cutty Sark refill and head home alone).