The Doors Waiting for the Sun 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition - 2CDs + newly remastered vinyl LP
The Sept. 14th 2018 reissue of “Waiting for the Sun” from Rhino Records will come on three discs — two CDs and a vinyl album — with a newly remastered stereo mix of the album by the band’s longtime audio man, Bruce Botnick.
The remastered original album tracks appear on both CD and the LP. (It’s unclear if the remastering job is the same as on the SACD release of earlier this decade.) The second CD features nine rough mixes of studio tracks as well as five live songs from Denmark hailing back to late 1968.
“Waiting for the Sun” was first released in July 1968. “Hello, I Love You” was one of the key tracks in that long hot summer of political unrest. The album reached the top of the US album charts, a first for the L.A. band.
The 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition will be priced at about US$50.
Re: The Doors Waiting for the Sun 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition - 2CDs + newly remastered vinyl LP
-Occupation? -Ummm :)"
Someone could have suggested to Jim, don't give interviews when you're totally blitzed!
Still, it's some great interviews with the rather stoned band members from 1968 -
"DO YOU KNOW WHO'S RESPONSIBLE FOR THE BREAKDOWN OF LAW & ORDER IN THIS COUNTRY?
MILITANTS, ACTIVISTS, REVOLUTIONARIES, ANARCHISTS AND COMMUNISTS."
If you're one of those people who use this forum and ask things like 'what's LSD like?' and 'what was this music all about?', this little video won't tell you very much.
If you've been there and done it, it'll make you smile and maybe chuckle. Probably a lot.