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December 1997 :: Music C-F :: The Doors (Richard Grant)
At least he tones it down on "Every Dreamer's Nightmare," the closing track that
proves Vinyl really wants to be The Doors; but it's unfortunate that they're not ...
Her sound feels calm and practiced and backing her is a cheap Doors synth and
a smallish drum kit. Hand claps are precise and there's a sense she's out to hit ...
Behind Closed Doors, All the Fucking Time, Where the Sun Don't Shine. Will
somebody ... As in, "Let's go inside the container and close the door behind us." ...
I've already locked the doors! I understand how an ultra-renaissance woman CV
like Lambert's might smack of dilettantism to some, but trust me, Lambert brings ...
There is something carnivalesque and raw in the music of The Doors that is
generally left behind in the updating of the songs on this album. Notable
After he worked on the Doors' L.A. Woman sessions, he was approached about
joining the group, since they always used the keyboard bass live. Unfortunately ...
"Hidden doors and secret rooms were once only the domain of the luxury home
owner. Now, however, thanks to the ingenuity of The Hidden Door Company, this ...
"Goldmind" has got a light hint of The Doors stirred in, so let's turn down the lights
, fire up the candles and incense, grab your intoxicant of choice and sink deep ...
Where the preceding EP Archery saw songwriter Michael Nau fusing the darker,
hazier aspects of Mazzy Star and The Doors, this release completely shakes off ...