Sunday, October 10, 2010

The Doors - Full Circle

©1972 Elektra 320 kbps

Full Circle is the second album released by The Doors after Jim Morrison's death, and also their last album together before they broke up. The album includes "The Mosquito", the last hit single by the band. Keyboardist Ray Manzarek and guitarist Robby Krieger took Morrison's place as lead singer.


In 1972, The Doors released "Get Up and Dance" as a single in the UK; the B-Side was the non-album "Tree Trunk", one of only three non-album studio tracks released by the band. A vinyl rip is included as a bonustrack.

0 Tree Trunk (B-side of Get Up and Dance single - vinyl rip) / 1 Get Up and Dance / 2 4 Billion Souls / 3 Verdilac  / 4 Hardwood Floor / 5 Good Rockin' / 6 The Mosquito / 7 The Piano Bird / 8 It Slipped My Mind / 9 The Peking King and the New York Queen

6 comments:

FreeforAll said...

Great Blog!!!

Anonymous said...

Terrible, terrible album! So bad......

Anonymous said...

I think it's pretty good. shows the psychdelic pop side of the doors that we saw on Wating For The Sun. It's also got some great jazz numbers with "The Piano Bord" and "Verdilac". My Favorite Track is "The Peking King And The New York Queen".

sunny15blue said...

i'm nearly certain it was ray manzarek[the keyboard player] that took over the vocals after morrison=great blog btw

Anonymous said...

Tnx 4 the album. Best regards

Anonymous said...

For Full circle and Other voices the term "guilty pleasure" has been coined. Not as great as Morrison sung albums, but great to listen to once in a while. Generally, songwriting and musicianship are completely up to standard, and only the singing lets it down somewhat, as it is rather generic...