The Doors - Paris Blues 2022
An RSD exclusive for the Black Friday 2022 Record Store Day, Paris Blues is a compilation of blues tracks the Doors cut in the studio and on-stage over the course of their career. The highlight is the title track, an ambling studio outtake recorded somewhere between The Soft Parade and L.A. Woman that is an enjoyable ramble. The rest of the record ranges from meandering to mean, with the Doors often sounding a bit too loose to cook up a real head of steam. Notable moment: "Who Do You Love?" begins with the band playing a bit of "I Want Candy" before Jim Morrison steers it back to Bo Diddley.
The Doors - Paris Blues 2022
AXS TV PRESENTS THE DOORS' EXCLUSIVE WORLD PREMIERE OF THEIR NEW MUSIC VIDEO FOR THE DOORS' "PARIS BLUES" ON THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17 AT 6 P.M. ET/3 P.M. PT The Mythic Studio Recording Of "Paris Blues" is the Last Known Unreleased Song from The Doors' Vault"Paris Blues" will also be Available for Viewers to Enjoy on the AXS TV Website & the AXS TV NOW FAST Channel Exclusively for 24 Hours Following the World Premiere LOS ANGELES (November 14, 2022) - AXS TV presents the EXCLUSIVE world premiere of the all-new music video for "Paris Blues," the last-known unreleased studio recording by The Doors - airing Thursday, November 17 at 6 p.m. ET/3 p.m. PT. The video will also be available for 24 hours exclusively on the AXS TV website and the AXS TV Now FAST Channel immediately following the world premiere."Paris Blues" will be released by Rhino Records as a digital single the following day on November 18 and will also be available as part of a new limited edition vinyl compilation of The Doors' rare blues recordings that will be released for Record Store Day's Black Friday event on November 25. Though the exact timeframe has been lost to history, "Paris Blues" is thought to have been recorded during one of the band's sessions for either The Soft Parade or L.A. Woman. Over the years, the famed studio outtake has achieved an almost-mythic quality among fans and experts alike, with The Doors keyboardist Ray Manzarek being the sole possessor of the only surviving copy of the original blues single. While that copy was partially damaged by Manzarek's son, Pablo, who accidentally recorded over a few short segments as a toddler, "Paris Blues" has finally been rescued from the edges of musical eternity thanks to some creative editing and careful reconstruction. The single is a testament to The Doors' deep love and respect for the uniquely American medium of the blues, which so heavily influenced some of their most enduring works and cemented them as a seminal outfit that continues to influence and inspire generations of fans and artists today. Now, for the first time ever, AXS TV viewers will be able to experience this legendary song in its entirety, when the "Paris Blues" music video premieres on November 17.The single is also featured on the upcoming vinyl release of the same name, which will be available as a limited edition of 10,000 numbered copies on translucent blue vinyl at select independent music stores on November 25 as a part of Record Store Day's Black Friday event. The Blues-themed collection also includes two other previously unreleased live recordings from May 31, 1969 ("I Will Never Be Untrue" and "Me And The Devil Blues") that feature singer Jim Morrison and guitarist Robby Krieger performing as a duo. Rounding out the collection are five additional Blues jams from the band, three of which come from a fabled live performance from 1970 featuring legendary bluesman Albert King."AXS TV is honored to serve as the exclusive home for the world premiere of this music video. The release of 'Paris Blues' truly is a monumental moment that generations of music connoisseurs have been clamoring for," said Katie Daryl, AXS TV's Vice President of Programming. "The Doors were such an integral part of rock music, and their fingerprints are still very much evident in the industry today. Thanks to Rhino Records, we finally have a chance to experience their last-known unreleased studio recording in its entirety, along with an all-new music video capturing the sheer vibrance and magnetism that could only be achieved by this iconic band. We cannot wait to share the 'Paris Blues' music video with fans around the world when it launches on November 17."For further information, visit www.thedoors.com.About AXS TVAXS TV is a leading multi-platform music, entertainment, and lifestyle digital platform and television company owned and operated by Anthem Sports & Entertainment Inc. AXS TV's broad library is curated to appeal to diverse and passionate fanbases across the entertainment spectrum, offering eclectic content headlined by premiere concerts and music-inspired programming, as well as exclusive celebrity interviews, acclaimed documentaries, world-class professional wrestling, hard-hitting MMA bouts, star-studded special events, and immersive pop culture series. AXS TV's signature programs include the investigative series Music's Greatest Mysteries; fan-favorite countdown series The Top Ten Revealed; the in-depth profile A Year in Music; and the intimate artist interview series At Home And Social. The channel is also the home of global combat sport staples IMPACT Wrestling, New Japan Pro-Wrestling and Invicta Fighting Championships. AXS TV is available nationally in the United States, and parts of Canada and the Caribbean. Additionally, AXS TV's digital programming can be enjoyed on several different platforms including the AXS.TV website and the Network's FAST Channel AXS TV NOW, as well as via the AXS TV App, and on the Network's official YouTube channel, Facebook and Instagram pages, and Twitter profile. For a full list of providers and territories, please visit axs.tv/subscribe. About Rhino RecordsRhino Records is the catalog development and marketing division of Warner Music Group. Founded in 1978, Rhino continues to set the standard for excellence in the reissue business it pioneered in both the physical and digital worlds with an emphasis on flawless sound quality, bonus tracks, informative liner notes, award-winning creative packaging, and a strong social conscience. Rhino has also expanded the definition of what a catalog music company is, as evidenced by the label's name and likeness representation deal with Frank Sinatra and its multi-faceted relationship with the Grateful Dead. The Warner Recorded Music catalog of more than 5,000 releases includes material by Led Zeppelin, Eagles, David Bowie, Fleetwood Mac, Aretha Franklin, The Doors, Chicago, Ray Charles, Black Sabbath, John Coltrane, Yes, Phil Collins, The Ramones, and The Monkees, among many others.
Exclusive BLUE vinyl produced by Elektra Records in celebration of RSD Black Friday 2022. Only 10000 copies worldwide. The artwork features an original painting by guitarist Robby Krieger and the set also includes liner notes by blues scholar Mary Katherine Aldin.
(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle ).push();.The Doors Premiere Video For Unreleased Song 'Paris Blues'Bruce Henne 11-23-2022/* TFP - AntiMusic.com */(function() var opts = artist: "The Doors",song: "",adunit_id: 100002197,div_id: "cf_async_" + Math.floor((Math.random() * 999999999));document.write('');var c=function()cf.showAsyncAd(opts);if(typeof window.cf !== 'undefined')c();elsecf_async=!0;var r=document.createElement("script"),s=document.getElementsByTagName("script");r.async=!0;r.src="//srv.clickfuse.com/showads/showad.js";r.readyState?r.onreadystatechange=function()if("loaded"==r.readyState:r.onload=c;s.parentNode.insertBefore(r,s);)();(hennemusic) The Doors are premiering a music video for the track "Paris Blues", which is the last known unreleased song to come from the ;legendary band's vault.An original blues song written by the band, the track was recorded during one of the group's recording sessions for either 1969's "The Soft Parade" or 1971's "L.A. Woman" (no one seems to remember). The master tape of the song was lost, and the only surviving copy was given to Doors keyboardist Ray Manzarek. Sadly, this copy was partially damaged by his son Pablo (a toddler at the time), who recorded over a few short parts. Now, through some creative editing, the song has been rescued from obscurity to take its place as the title track to a new blues-themed compilation of the same name coming out on vinyl for Record Store Day's Black Friday event on November 25.The "Paris Blues" compilation features two previously-unreleased live recordings of singer Jim Morrison and guitarist Robby Krieger performing as a duo at a benefit for Norman Mailer's mayoral campaign on May 31, 1969, in West Hollywood. The first song is "I Will Never Be Untrue," a band original written for, but left off of, 1970's "Morrison Hotel"; the other is a cover of Robert Johnson's "Me And The Devil Blues." Both songs were recorded by Frank Lisciandro, a filmmaker who befriended Manzarek and Morrison when all three attended the film program at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)."Paris Blues" also contains a pair of outtakes recorded during the band's sessions for "The Soft Parade" - "(You Need Meat) Don't Go No Further" and "I'm Your Doctor." Both feature Manzarek on vocals backed by Krieger and drummer John Densmore. In 2019, bass by Robert DeLeo of Stone Temple Pilots was added to the songs, which were included on Rhino's 50th-anniversary edition of the album.Also featured are three songs from "Live in Vancouver 1970", a concert album released in 2010 by The Doors Bright Midnight Archive label. Recorded during the band's 1970 tour, these live tracks spotlight legendary bluesman Albert King, who joined the band onstage during its June 6, 1970, show at the Pacific Coliseum in Vancouver. Morrison's introduction of King is included along with live versions of "Little Red Rooster," "Rock Me Baby," and "Who Do You Love?"Get more Record Store Day details and stream the new video here.hennemusic is an official news provider for antiMusic.com. Copyright hennemusic - Excerpted here with permission. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle ).push();Related StoriesThe Doors 'When You're Strange' Documentary Coming To TVTwo Members Of The Doors Sell Music Publishing Rights And MoreThe Doors Premiere Video For Unreleased Song 'Paris Blues'The Doors Unreleased Song To Premiere This WeekSingled Out: Stella Prince's Closing DoorsNews > The DoorsShare this article advertisement(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle ).push();Day In RockUnreleased Scott Weiland Tracks Included On Expanded Reissues- Metallica's Kirk Hammett Reflects On Master Of Puppets, Cliff Burton- more 041b061a72