9/10 Jack Customer review, 14th April 2015
During the Summer of Love, when everybody in San Francisco was wearing flowers in their hair and talking of peace, love, and brotherhood, who should headline the psychedelic ballroom scene but the Doors, singing the darkest of songs, about sex and death rather than love and peace?
From the opening cut, with Morrison's voice echoing from the depths of some strange otherworld, it's clear this is a different band from the one that recorded 'The Doors'. The blues is muted, almost missing, replaced with an aggressive pop-psychedelia: soaring guitars, mournful organs, marimba, harpsichord, piano, and judicious use of echo.
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