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The Doors - One Hundred Minutes Album

The Doors - One Hundred Minutes Album Performer: The Doors
Album: One Hundred Minutes
Country: Luxembourg
Released: 1995
Style: Psychedelic Rock, Classic Rock
Label: Tuff Bites
Genre: Rock
Catalog #: T.B. 95.1040
Size FLAC: 1792 mb.
Size MP3: 2084 mb.
Rating: 4.7/5
Votes: 671
Record Source: 2 × CD, Unofficial Release, Remastered




Tracklist


1Love Me Two Times
2The Crystal Ship
3The End
4Who Do You Love
5Medley: Soul Kitchen/Runnin Blue/Soul Kitchen
6Roadhouse Blues
7Rock Me Baby
8Money
9Medley: Light My Fire/Fever/Summertime/St.James Infirmary/Fever/Light My Fire
10Break On Through
11Light My Fire
12When The Music Is Over
13Wake Up (Poem)
14Little Red Rooster
15Medley: Alabama Song/Back Door Man/Five To One
16Petition The Lord (Poem)


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
T.B. 95.1040The Doors One Hundred Minutes ‎(2xCD, Album, Unofficial, Dis)Tuff BitesT.B. 95.1040Luxembourg1995


Credits


  • Design ConceptDucks Design
  • Illustration [Sleeve]J. Saurer


Notes


The Complete Vancouver Concert 1970

Tracks 1-1 to 2-3 were recorded live at N. E. Coliseum, Vancouver, Canada, on June 6, 1970.
Tracks 2-4 to 2-8 were recorded at Chicago Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, IL, on November 9, 1968.

Issued in a fold-out glossy digipack.


Barcodes


  • Barcode: 5 450222 950402


Companies


  • Recorded At – Pacific Coliseum
  • Recorded At – Auditorium Theatre, Chicago


Album


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