The Soft Parade

~ Release by The Doors (see all versions of this release, 27 available)

Tracklist

CD 1
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1Tell All the People
engineer and mixer:
Bruce Botnick
producer:
Paul A. Rothchild
bass:
Harvey Brooks (US electric bassist) (on 1968-11-12)
cor anglais:
Champ Webb (on 1968-11-20)
drums (drum set):
John Densmore (on 1968-11-12)
guitar:
Robby Krieger (American guitarist, member of The Doors) (on 1968-11-12)
keyboard:
Ray Manzarek (on 1968-11-12)
saxophone:
Curtis Amy (on 1968-11-20)
trombone:
Lou Blackburn (on 1968-11-20)
trumpet:
John Audino (on 1968-11-20) and Jules Chaikin (on 1968-11-20)
woodwind:
John J. Kelson, Jr. (on 1968-11-20), John Lowe (woodwind) (on 1968-11-20) and Jay Migliori (on 1968-11-20)
vocals:
Jim Morrison (lead vocalist of the Doors) (on 1968-11-12)
recorded at:
Elektra Sound Recorders in Los Angeles, California, United States (on 1968-11-12, on 1968-11-20)
recording of:
Tell All the People (from 1968-11-12 until 1968-11-20)
lyricist and composer:
Robby Krieger (American guitarist, member of The Doors)
publisher:
Nipper Music, Doors Music Company (in 1969) and Nipper Music Co., Inc. (in 1969)
2.53:21
2Touch Me
engineer and mixer:
Bruce Botnick
producer:
Paul A. Rothchild
bass:
Harvey Brooks (US electric bassist) (on 1968-11-14)
cello:
Jerry Kessler (cellist) (on 1968-11-21), Nathan Gershman (on 1968-11-21) and Victor Sazer (on 1968-11-21)
cor anglais:
Champ Webb (on 1968-11-20)
drums (drum set):
John Densmore (on 1968-11-14)
guitar:
Robby Krieger (American guitarist, member of The Doors) (on 1968-11-14)
keyboard:
Ray Manzarek (on 1968-11-14)
saxophone and solo saxophone:
Curtis Amy (on 1968-11-20)
trombone:
Lou Blackburn (on 1968-11-20)
trumpet:
John Audino (on 1968-11-20) and Jules Chaikin (on 1968-11-20)
violin:
Harry Bluestone (on 1968-11-21), Norman Botnick (on 1968-11-21), Harris Goldman (on 1968-11-21), Jerome Reisler (on 1968-11-21), Darrel Terwillinger (on 1968-11-21) and John De Voogdt (on 1968-11-21)
woodwind:
John J. Kelson, Jr. (on 1968-11-20), John Lowe (woodwind) (on 1968-11-20) and Jay Migliori (on 1968-11-20)
vocals:
Jim Morrison (lead vocalist of the Doors) (on 1968-11-14)
recorded at:
Elektra Sound Recorders in Los Angeles, California, United States (on 1968-11-14, on 1968-11-20, on 1968-11-21)
recording of:
Touch Me (from 1968-11-14 until 1968-11-21)
lyricist and composer:
Robby Krieger (American guitarist, member of The Doors)
publisher:
Nipper Music, Rondor Music (London) Ltd., Doors Music Company (in 1968) and Nipper Music Co., Inc. (in 1968)
3.953:13
3Shaman’s Blues
engineer and mixer:
Bruce Botnick
producer:
Paul A. Rothchild
bass:
Harvey Brooks (US electric bassist)
drums (drum set):
John Densmore
guitar:
Robby Krieger (American guitarist, member of The Doors)
keyboard:
Ray Manzarek
vocals:
Jim Morrison (lead vocalist of the Doors)
recorded at:
Elektra Sound Recorders in Los Angeles, California, United States
recording of:
Shaman's Blues
lyricist and composer:
Jim Morrison (lead vocalist of the Doors)
publisher:
Doors Music Company (in 1969) and Nipper Music Co., Inc. (in 1969)
3.64:49
4Do It
engineer and mixer:
Bruce Botnick
producer:
Paul A. Rothchild
bass:
Harvey Brooks (US electric bassist) (on 1968-11-19)
drums (drum set):
John Densmore (on 1968-11-19)
guitar:
Robby Krieger (American guitarist, member of The Doors) (on 1968-11-19)
keyboard:
Ray Manzarek (on 1968-11-19)
vocals:
Jim Morrison (lead vocalist of the Doors) (on 1968-11-19)
recorded at:
Elektra Sound Recorders in Los Angeles, California, United States (on 1968-11-19)
recording of:
Do It (on 1968-11-19)
writer:
Robby Krieger (American guitarist, member of The Doors) and Jim Morrison (lead vocalist of the Doors)
publisher:
Nipper Music, Doors Music Company (in 1969) and Nipper Music Co., Inc. (in 1969)
33:09
5Easy Ride
engineer and mixer:
Bruce Botnick
producer:
Paul A. Rothchild
bass:
Doug Lubahn (rock bassist) (on 1968-03-03)
drums (drum set):
John Densmore (on 1968-03-03)
guitar:
Robby Krieger (American guitarist, member of The Doors) (on 1968-03-03)
keyboard:
Ray Manzarek (on 1968-03-03)
vocals:
Jim Morrison (lead vocalist of the Doors) (on 1968-03-03)
recorded at:
Elektra Sound Recorders in Los Angeles, California, United States (on 1968-03-03)
recording of:
Easy Ride (on 1968-03-03)
lyricist and composer:
Jim Morrison (lead vocalist of the Doors)
publisher:
Nipper Music, Doors Music Company (in 1969) and Nipper Music Co., Inc. (in 1969)
3.52:42
6Wild Child
engineer and mixer:
Bruce Botnick
producer:
Paul A. Rothchild
bass:
Doug Lubahn (rock bassist) (on 1968-07-26)
drums (drum set):
John Densmore (on 1968-07-26)
guitar:
Robby Krieger (American guitarist, member of The Doors) (on 1968-07-26)
keyboard:
Ray Manzarek (on 1968-07-26)
vocals:
Jim Morrison (lead vocalist of the Doors) (on 1968-07-26)
recorded at:
Elektra Sound Recorders in Los Angeles, California, United States (on 1968-07-26)
recording of:
Wild Child (on 1968-07-26)
lyricist and composer:
Jim Morrison (lead vocalist of the Doors)
publisher:
Nipper Music, Doors Music Company (in 1968) and Nipper Music Co., Inc. (in 1968)
2.52:37
7Runnin’ Blue
engineer and mixer:
Bruce Botnick
producer:
Paul A. Rothchild
bass:
Harvey Brooks (US electric bassist) (on 1968-12-30)
drums (drum set):
John Densmore (on 1968-12-30)
fiddle:
Jimmy Buchanan
guitar:
Robby Krieger (American guitarist, member of The Doors) (on 1968-12-30)
keyboard:
Ray Manzarek (on 1968-12-30)
mandolin:
Jesse McReynolds
solo saxophone:
Curtis Amy
solo trombone:
George Bohanon
vocals:
Robby Krieger (American guitarist, member of The Doors) (on 1968-12-30) and Jim Morrison (lead vocalist of the Doors) (on 1968-12-30)
recorded at:
Elektra Sound Recorders in Los Angeles, California, United States (on 1968-12-30)
recording of:
Runnin’ Blue (from 1968-12-30 to ????)
lyricist and composer:
Robby Krieger (American guitarist, member of The Doors)
publisher:
Nipper Music, Doors Music Company (in 1969) and Nipper Music Co., Inc. (in 1969)
2.52:28
8Wishful Sinful
engineer and mixer:
Bruce Botnick
producer:
Paul A. Rothchild
bass:
Doug Lubahn (rock bassist) (on 1968-07-26)
cello:
Jerry Kessler (cellist) (on 1968-11-21), Nathan Gershman (on 1968-11-21) and Victor Sazer (on 1968-11-21)
cor anglais and solo cor anglais:
Champ Webb (on 1968-11-20)
drums (drum set):
John Densmore (on 1968-07-26)
guitar:
Robby Krieger (American guitarist, member of The Doors) (on 1968-07-26)
keyboard:
Ray Manzarek (on 1968-07-26)
saxophone:
Curtis Amy (on 1968-11-20)
trombone:
Lou Blackburn (on 1968-11-20)
trumpet:
John Audino (on 1968-11-20) and Jules Chaikin (on 1968-11-20)
violin:
Harry Bluestone (on 1968-11-21), Norman Botnick (on 1968-11-21), Harris Goldman (on 1968-11-21), Jerome Reisler (on 1968-11-21), Darrel Terwillinger (on 1968-11-21) and John De Voogdt (on 1968-11-21)
woodwind:
John J. Kelson, Jr. (on 1968-11-20), John Lowe (woodwind) (on 1968-11-20) and Jay Migliori (on 1968-11-20)
vocals:
Jim Morrison (lead vocalist of the Doors) (on 1968-07-26)
recorded at:
Elektra Sound Recorders in Los Angeles, California, United States (on 1968-07-26, on 1968-11-20, on 1968-11-21)
recording of:
Wishful Sinful (from 1968-07-26 until 1968-11-21)
lyricist and composer:
Robby Krieger (American guitarist, member of The Doors)
publisher:
Doors Music Company (in 1968) and Nipper Music Co., Inc. (in 1968)
32:58
9The Soft Parade
engineer:
Bruce Botnick
producer:
Paul A. Rothchild
bass:
Harvey Brooks (US electric bassist) (from 1969-01-02 until 1969-01-15)
congas:
Reinol Andino (from 1969-01-02 until 1969-01-15)
drums (drum set):
John Densmore (from 1969-01-02 until 1969-01-15)
guitar:
Robby Krieger (American guitarist, member of The Doors) (from 1969-01-02 until 1969-01-15)
keyboard:
Ray Manzarek (from 1969-01-02 until 1969-01-15)
vocals:
Jim Morrison (lead vocalist of the Doors) (from 1969-01-02 until 1969-01-15)
recorded at:
Elektra Sound Recorders in Los Angeles, California, United States (on 1969-01-02, on 1969-01-14, on 1969-01-15)
recording of:
The Soft Parade (from 1969-01-02 until 1969-01-15)
lyricist and composer:
Jim Morrison (lead vocalist of the Doors)
publisher:
Doors Music Company (in 1969) and Nipper Music Co., Inc. (in 1969)
3.758:34