The Doors - The Doors And Guests - VH1 Storytellers album download
VH1 Storytellers is a live album by David Bowie. It was released on 6 July 2009 and features a 23 August 1999 performance on Storytellers, a VH1 program. The package contains an audio CD and a DVD of footage. The set list contains songs that spanned Bowie's career until that point, from the 1960s until his then soon-to-be released album Hours (1999). All tracks written by David Bowie except where noted. Life on Mars?" (truncated) – 4:22. Rebel Rebel" (truncated) – 3:15.
This article is about the television music series. For other uses, see VH1 Storytellers (disambiguation). Storytellers is a television music series produced by the VH1 network. In each episode artists perform in front of a (mostly small and intimate) live audience, and tell stories about their music, writing experiences and memories, somewhat similar to MTV Unplugged. The show started in 1996 with a broadcast of Ray Davies, during his "Storyteller" tour, and took its name from this first show. As of February 2016, 97 episodes have aired, and many of the performances have subsequently been released on CD or DVD. "Best of" collections have also been released. A tribute to The Doors.
VH-1 Storytellers: The Doors, a Celebration.
Director: Dave Diomedi. This episode of VH1 Storytellers is broadcast on November 22, 2000 to coincide with the release of the tribute album Stoned Immaculate: The Music Of The Doors. All of the performers joining The Doors on this program also appear on the album. This performance would mark the last time that Ray Manzarek,. More Robby Krieger, and John Densmore ever reunited to play live together as The Doors
1968 - Waiting For The Sun. 1969 - The Soft Parade. 1970 - Morisson Hotel.
The following is the discography of the American rock band the Doors. Formed in Los Angeles in 1965, the group consisted of Jim Morrison (vocals), Ray Manzarek (keyboards), John Densmore (drums), and Robby Krieger (guitar). The Doors became one of the most popular rock bands of their era. Their debut album, The Doors (1967), released by Elektra Records, charted at No. 2 on the US Billboard 200 and produced the group's most successful single, "Light My Fire".
The Doors continued to move in a blues-rock direction for the next album (and final outing with Morrison). Alienated by the "cocktail music" sound of "Love Her Madly," producer Rothchild parted ways with the band and was replaced by Bruce Botnick, who had engineered previous Doors recordings. Once again, a new bassist was brought in to strengthen the band's sound. Later, Angelo Barbera - who had been playing bass in the Robby Krieger Band - joined the group for VH1's Storytellers, aided by a revolving door of guest singers. Barbera also played in Manzarek-Krieger (initially called the Doors of the 21st Century), before being replaced in 2004 by Phil Chen, who stayed with the group until Manzarek's 2013 death. In the end, it's true that the Doors didn't have a bass player. See the Doors and Other Rockers in the Top 100 Albums of the '70s. Here's a Look at Rock's Tragic 27 Club.
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|1||L.A. Woman (Feat. Perry Farrell)|
|2||Telling Stories #1|
|3||Love Me Two Times (Feat. Pat.Mohanan)|
|4||Telling Stories #2|
|5||Whiskey Bar (Feat. Ian Astbury)|
|6||Back Door Man (Feat. Ian Astbury)|
|7||Telling Stories #3|
|8||The End (Feat. Travis Meeks)|
|9||Telling Stories #4|
|10||Break On Through (Feat. Scott Weiland)|
|11||Telling Stories #5|
|12||Five To One (Feat. Scott Weiland)|
|13||Telling Stories #6|
|14||Light My Fire (Feat. Scott Stapp)|
|15||Telling Stories #7|
|16||Roadhouse Blues (Feat. Scott Stapp)|
|17||Telling Stories #8|
|18||Riders On The Storm (Feat. Scott Stapp)|
|19||Telling Stories #9|
|20||Wild Child (Feat. Ian Astbury)|
NotesThe Doors & Guests - Vh1 Storytellers.
Recorded live for Vh1 Storytellers, Hollywood, USA, 26.09.00
Featuring guest vocals from:
Perry Farrell form Jane´s Addiction
Pat Monahan form Train
Ian Astbury form The Cult
Travis Meeks form Days of the New
Scott Weiland from Stone Temple Pilots
Scott Stapp from Creed