The Doors: Strange Days, LP (Vinyl)
The Doors: Strange Days, LP (Vinyl)
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The Doors
Strange Days

  • LP (Vinyl)
  • European Union
Neuauflage
  • Elektra
  • (081227931810)
  • 10 Tracks
  • UPC 081227931810
  • heavy item (300g)
  • M / M
  • virgin

tracks

A1

Strange Days

3:05
A2

You're Lost Little Girl

3:01
A3

Love Me Two Times

3:23
A4

Unhappy Girl

2:00
A5

Horse Latitudes

1:30
A6

Moonlight Drive

3:00
B1

People Are Strange

2:10
B2

My Eyes Have Seen On You

2:22
B3

I Can't See Your Face In My Mind

3:18
B4

When The Music's Over

11:00

Credits

Bass
  • Doug Lubahn
Cover
  • William S. Harvey
Art Direction
  • William S. Harvey
Drums
  • John Densmore
Engineer
  • Bruce Botnick
Guitar
  • Robby Krieger
Keyboards
  • Ray Manzarek
Marimba
  • Ray Manzarek
Management
  • Jeffrey Jampol for JAM Inc.
Photography By
  • Joel Brodsky
Producer
  • Paul A. Rothchild
Supervised By
  • Jac Holzman
Vocals
  • Jim Morrison
Written By
Arranged By
  • The Doors
Performer
  • The Doors

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