Album artwork for The Very Best Of (40Th Anniversary Edition) by The Doors

The Very Best of The Doors keeps it's eyes on the road and it's hands upon the wheel as it launches an unforgettable voyage through the band's esteemed legacy. Each track boasts a brand new mix supervised by The Doors and Bruce Botnick, the band's original engineer and producer. "We want our fans, both new and old, to hear what we discovered on listening to the actual multi track recordings," says keyboard player Ray Manzarek. "There are background vocals by Jim Morrison, piano parts of mine that weren't used, and guitar stingers and solos by Robby Krieger that never made the original recordings that can now be heard for the first time. We used state-of-the-art techniques to bring these discs to the same sound quality we experienced in the studio when we initially recorded our songs. We invite all our fans to join US in this recreation of the legendary recording sessions of The Doors. And to be a part of our original conceptions."

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The Very Best Of (40Th Anniversary Edition)

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Released 08/14/2020Catalogue Number

8122799959

The Doors

The Very Best Of (40Th Anniversary Edition)

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Album artwork for Album artwork for The Very Best Of (40Th Anniversary Edition) by The Doors by The Very Best Of (40Th Anniversary Edition) - The Doors
Album artwork for The Very Best Of (40Th Anniversary Edition) by The Doors
CD

$9.99

Released 08/14/2020Catalogue Number

8122799959

The Very Best of The Doors keeps it's eyes on the road and it's hands upon the wheel as it launches an unforgettable voyage through the band's esteemed legacy. Each track boasts a brand new mix supervised by The Doors and Bruce Botnick, the band's original engineer and producer. "We want our fans, both new and old, to hear what we discovered on listening to the actual multi track recordings," says keyboard player Ray Manzarek. "There are background vocals by Jim Morrison, piano parts of mine that weren't used, and guitar stingers and solos by Robby Krieger that never made the original recordings that can now be heard for the first time. We used state-of-the-art techniques to bring these discs to the same sound quality we experienced in the studio when we initially recorded our songs. We invite all our fans to join US in this recreation of the legendary recording sessions of The Doors. And to be a part of our original conceptions."