Out Now: The Doors, WAITING FOR THE SUN

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The Doors Waiting For The Sun

We alerted you that it was forthcoming. We even teased you about its impending arrival last week by offering up an opportunity to check out the “rough mix” of “Spanish Caravan.” But now it’s finally here.

We’re talking, of course, about The Doors’ WAITING FOR THE SUN: 50TH ANNIVERSARY DELUXE EDITION, which is in stores now.

This 2-CD, 1-LP collection offers fans a new version of the original stereo mix of the album on CD as well as on 180-gram vinyl, and as you might reasonably presume, the album has indeed been remastered by Bruce Botnick, The Doors’ longtime engineer-mixer, from the original master tapes. In addition, fans will also be graced with 14 completely unreleased tracks: nine “rough mixes” from the original recording sessions which were only recently discovered, and five live performance from a 1968 performance by the band in Copenhagen.

We’ve hyped this set enough that you should already be well familiar with its contents by now, but we’ll still closing by offering them up again, if only because we’d just like to reiterate one last time that IT’S OUT NOW!


WAITING FOR THE SUN: 50th ANNIVERSARY DELUXE EDITION


Track Listing

Disc One


1.    "Hello, I Love You"
2.    "Love Street"
3.    "Not To Touch The Earth"
4.    "Summer's Almost Gone"
5.    "Wintertime Love"
6.    "The Unknown Soldier"
7.    "Spanish Caravan"
8.    "My Wild Love"
9.    "We Could Be So Good Together"
10.  "Yes, The River Knows"
11.  "Five To One"

Disc Two (All Tracks Previously Unreleased)


Rough Mixes


1.    "Hello, I Love You"
2.    "Summer's Almost Gone"
3.    "Yes, The River Knows"
4.    "Spanish Caravan"
5.    "Love Street"
6.    "Wintertime Love"
7.    "Not To Touch The Earth"
8.    "Five To One"
9.    "My Wild Love"

Live In Copenhagen


10.  "The WASP (Texas Radio And The Big Beat)"
11.  "Hello, I Love You"
12.  "Back Door Man"
13.  "Five To One"
14.  "The Unknown Soldier"

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