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Wild Child - The Doors - The Soft Parade (CD, Album)

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  1. Mikajar
    The Soft Parade was released on July 18, It peaked at number six on the Billboard , during a chart stay of 28 weeks, but fared poorly in the UK where the album failed to reach the charts. The album's front cover photograph was taken by Joel Brodsky, who had also been responsible for the cover of the Doors' debut album and Strange Days. Three singles had Genre: Psychedelic rock, jazz fusion, blues rock, art .
  2. Goltikasa
    Mar 27,  · The Doors' self-titled debut album as well as The Soft Parade are the two remasters that are absolutely essential, along with the 2-CD 40th anniversary release of L.A. Woman. Regarding the band's debut album, it's nice to /5().
  3. Meztigrel
    Wild Child Lyrics: All right / Wild child full of grace / Savior of the human race / Your cool face / Natural child, terrible child / Not your mother's or your father's child / Your our child.
  4. Kigami
    10 rows · The weakest studio album recorded with Jim Morrison in the group, partially 7/
  5. Zulmaran
    Most of The Soft Parade album contains orchestral songs, but "Wild Child" is closer to The Doors early sound, highlighted by a Robby Krieger bluesy guitar solo. Jim Morrison's poetic lyrics describe a free spirit who is "savior of the human race." The song is .
  6. Vile
    The Soft Parade Lyrics: When I was back there in seminary school / There was a person there / Who put forth the proposition / That you can petition the Lord with prayer / .
  7. Dokus
    The Very Best Of The Doors 2-CD $ BUY NOW. iTunes Download $ BUY NOW. LIVE IN BOSTON. The Soft Parade Vamp – Live In Pittsburgh; Tonight You’re In For A Special Treat – Live In Pittsburgh; Wild Child – Live At Felt Forum – .
  8. Zuzuru
    "Touch Me" is a song by the Doors from their album The Soft Parade. Written by Robby Krieger, it is notable for its extensive usage of brass and string instruments, including a solo by featured saxophonist Curtis Amy. Ray Manzarek played harpsichord and organ on the song; he also interpolated the guitar riff from the Four Seasons song "C'mon Marianne" in his part.

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