The Doors: Box Set is a box set compilation of recordings by American rock band The Doors, released on October 28, 1997. All songs written by Jim Morrison, Robby Krieger, Ray Manzarek, and John Densmore, except where noted. Rock Me" and "Money" feature Albert King as guest on guitar.
The Doors Box Set was a long time in coming, promised for years by the surviving bandmembers and Elektra Records, and when it finally arrived in the fall of 1997, it left all but the most serious devotees at something of a loss. As it turned out, this box - which could be subtitled "The Ultimate Adult Guide to the Doors" (complete with a warning sticker for content) - was the group's gift not to the tens of millions who knew "Light My Fire" or "Touch Me," but to those more rarefied dedicated fans, the listeners who'd looked beyond the most popular. Here, Morrison's singing, two years beforehand, gets fully at the raw, bluesy sound it would acquire for the subsequent . Disc two, designated "Live in New York," contains a complete show from New York's Madison Square Garden from 1970 that has to be the best concert document left behind by the group.
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Box Set, 6CD, Remastered. The Doors announced themselves to the world with a near-perfect debut album,' writes veteran rock journalist Ben Fong-Torres in his notes for this unprecedented box. Indeed, The Doors' self-titled 1967 debut recorded in late '66 struck awe in fans and critics alike, and heralded the arrival of the one the most original and daring bands ever. Through five more studio albums, The Doors were fronted by the legendary Jim Morrison, and continually pushed the boundaries of contemporary music and popular culture.
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|Without A Safety Net|
|1.01||Five To One||7:29|
|1.02||Queen Of The Highway||3:32|
|1.04||My Eyes Have Seen You||2:01|
|1.05||Who Scared You||3:16|
|1.06||Black Train Song||12:22|
|1.07||End Of The Night||2:59|
|1.08||Whiskey, Mystics And Men||2:19|
|1.09||I Will Never Be Untrue||3:56|
|1.10||Moonlight Drive (Demo)||2:31|
|1.11||Moonlight Drive (Sunset Sound)||2:40|
|1.12||Rock Is Dead||16:39|
|1.13||Albinoni's Adagio In G Minor||4:40|
|Live In New York|
|2.02||Ship Of Fools||5:20|
|2.05||The Celebration Of The Lizard||17:18|
|2.07||Crawling King Snake||6:12|
|2.09||Poontang Blues / Build Me A Woman / Sunday Trucker||3:35|
|The Future Ain't What It Used To Be|
|3.01||Hello To The Cities||0:56|
|3.02||Break On Through||4:32|
|3.08||Summer's Almost Gone||2:17|
|3.10||Hello, I Love You||2:28|
|3.11||The Crystal Ship||2:55|
|3.12||I Can't See Your Face In My Mind||3:16|
|3.13||The Soft Parade||10:03|
|3.15||Orange County Suite||5:27|
|4.01||Light My Fire||7:05|
|4.04||Take It As It Comes||2:14|
|4.06||I Can't See Your Face In My Mind||3:22|
|4.08||Yes, The River Knows||2:34|
|4.10||You're Lost Little Girl||2:59|
|4.11||Love Me Two Times||3:15|
|4.12||When The Music's Over||10:56|
|4.13||The Unknown Soldier||3:21|
|4.15||Riders On The Storm||7:09|
- Record Company – BMG Direct Marketing, Inc. – D207372
- Producer – Bruce Botnick, The Doors
Notes4 CD commemorative boxset including a 55 page booklet containing archive photographs, a breakdown of the Doors career and comments about the included tracks from the surviving band members.
All tracks written by the Doors except where stated.
Disc One - Without A Safety Net
Track 1 - Live at the Dinner Key Auditorium, Miami, 1969.
Track 2 - Alternate version recorded at Elektra Studios, L.A., 1969.
Track 3 - Demo recorded at Robby Krieger's home studio, 1969.
Track 4 - Demo recorded at World Pacific Studios, L.A., 1965.
Track 5 - Recorded at Elektra Studios, L.A., 1969.
Track 6 - Live at the Spectrum, Philadelphia, 1970.
Track 7 - Demo recorded at World Pacific Studios, L.A., 1965.
Track 8 - Recorded at Elektra Studios, L.A., 1970.
Track 9 - Live at the Aquarius Theatre, Hollywood, 1970.
Track 10 - Recorded at World Pacific Studios, L.A., 1965.
Track 11 - Recorded at Sunset Sound Studios, L.A., 1966.
Track 12 - Recorded at Elektra Studios, L.A., 1969.
Track 13 - Recorded at TTG Studios, Hollywood, 1968. Written by Tomaso Giovanni Albinoni.
Disc Two - Live In New York
Recorded live at Madison Square Garden, New York, 1970.
Track 6 written by Van Morrison.
Tracks 7 and 8 written by John Lee Hooker.
Disc Three - The Future Ain't What It Used To Be
Track 1 - Live on the Ed Sullivan Show, 1967 and at Cobo Hall, 1970.
Track 2 - Live at the Isle of Wight Festival, England, 1970.
Track 3 - Live at the PNE Coliseum, Vancouver, 1970. Written by Muddy Waters.
Track 4 - Live at the PNE Coliseum, Vancouver, 1970. Written by John Lee Hooker.
Track 5 - Live at the Seattle Center, Seattle, 1970.
Track 6 - Demo recorded at World Pacific Studios, L.A., 1965.
Track 7 - Live at the Aquarius Theatre, Hollywood, 1970.
Track 8 - Demo recorded at World Pacific Studios, L.A., 1965.
Track 9 - Live at Boston Gardens, Boston, 1970.
Track 10 - Demo recorded at World Pacific Studios, L.A., 1965.
Track 11 - Live at the Matrix, San Francisco, 1967.
Track 12 - Live at the Matrix, San Francisco, 1967.
Track 13 - Live on PBS Television, New York, 1970.
Track 14 - Recorded at the Doors Workshop, L.A., 1971. Written by Ray Manzarek and Robby Krieger.
Track 15 - Recorded at Elektra Studios, L.A., 1970.
Disc Four - Band Favorites
Selected by Robby Krieger (tracks 1-5), Ray Manzarek (tracks 6-10) and John Densmore (tracks 11-15).
Tracks 1,3,8,10 and 11 written by Robby Krieger.
|62123-2||The Doors||The Doors Box Set (Box + 4xCD, Comp)||Elektra||62123-2||US||1997|
|EKCD 6272 Z||The Doors||Box Set - Part 2 (2xCD, Comp)||Elektra||EKCD 6272 Z||South Africa||1998|
|7559-62295-2||The Doors||Box Set - Part 1 (2xCD, Comp)||Elektra||7559-62295-2||Europe||1998|
|7559-62716-2||The Doors||Box Set (4xCD, Comp, RE + Box, Dig)||Elektra||7559-62716-2||Europe||2001|
|7559-62123-2||The Doors||The Doors Box Set (4xCD, Comp + Box)||Elektra||7559-62123-2||Europe||1997|