℗ 1968 Elektra Records
 

Waiting For The Sun

The Doors

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1.1
Hello, I Love You
The Doors
2:22
1.2
Love Street
The Doors
3:06
1.3
Not to Touch the Earth
The Doors
3:54
1.4
Summer's Almost Gone
The Doors
3:20
1.5
Wintertime Love
The Doors
1:52
1.6
The Unknown Soldier
The Doors
3:10
1.7
Spanish Caravan
The Doors
2:58
1.8
My Wild Love
The Doors
2:50
1.9
We Could Be so Good Together
The Doors
2:20
1.10
Yes, the River Knows
The Doors
2:35
1.11
Five to One
The Doors
4:22
Total Playing Time    32:49
The Doors released their third studio album, Waiting For The Sun, in July 1968. It was the band’s third platinum album in less than two years, and the first to top the album chart. Since its debut, the album has sold millions of copies around the globe and contributed to the Doors’ legendary canon, including the #1 smash, “Hello, I Love You.” Recorded at TTG Studios in Los Angeles, the album's 11 tracks were recorded between February and May 1968 and the album was released by Elektra Records on July 3, 1968. Many of the tracks were created in the studio. The production of the album by Paul A. Rothchild led to multiple takes and at one point drummer John Densmore walked out of a session frustrated at Morrison's behavior. Although the Doors had made several attempts at recording their theatrical composition "Celebration of the Lizard" and intended the piece to occupy the second side of the album, this was later shelved. However, a recording of the "Not to Touch the Earth" segment was included and the full lyrics to "Celebration of the Lizard" were printed inside the album's gatefold sleeve. The song "Waiting for the Sun" was also recorded during the sessions for the album but was left off and later appeared on the album Morrison Hotel in 1970.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Rhino/Elektra Studio Masters

Tracks 1-11 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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