The Doors’ post-Jim Morrison albums to be reissued

1 June, 2015 in News

The Doors

The Doors released three albums after Jim Morrison’s death; two are being re-released

The first two Doors albums released after Morrison’s death, 1971’s ‘Other Voices’ and 1972’s ‘Full Circle’, are to be re-released

he two albums recorded by The Doors after the death of their frontman Jim Morrison will be reissued in September. Rhino Records will release the albums Other Voices and Full Circle on vinyl and doublepack CD.

The CDs will feature remastered audio on Other Voices, while the Full Circle reissue includes a rare bonus track, Treetrunk, which was originally released as the B-side of the single Get Up And Dance. The vinyl editions will also feature historically accurate sleeves, including the zoetrope foldout that came with the original Full Circle vinyl.

The re-releases will be available from 4 September , with the full tracklistings as follows:

Other Voices
In The Eye Of The Sun
Variety Is The Spice Of Life
Ships W/Sails
Tightrope Ride
Down On The Farm
I’m Horny, I’m Stoned
Wandering Musician
Hang On To Your Life

Full Circle
Get Up And Dance
4 Billion Souls
Verdilac
Hardwood Floor
Good Rockin’
The Mosquito
The Piano Bird
It Slipped My Mind
The Peking King And The New York Queen
Treetrunk

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