The Doors Stream Rough Mix Of Love Street (Week in Review)

American rock group The Doors, from left to right: John Densmore (drummer), Ray Manzarek (organist), Jim Morrison (singer), and Robby Krieger (guitarist), posed for publicity photos for the album WAITING FOR THE SUN in Laurel Canyon, Los Angeles, California in 1968. Photo by Paul Ferrara.
American rock group The Doors, from left to right: John Densmore (drummer), Ray Manzarek (organist), Jim Morrison (singer), and Robby Krieger (guitarist), posed for publicity photos for the album WAITING FOR THE SUN in Laurel Canyon, Los Angeles, California in 1968. Photo by Paul Ferrara.

“The Doors Stream Rough Mix of Love Street“ was a top story on Tuesday: (hennemusic) The Doors are streaming a rough mix of their 1967 track, "Love Street’” as a preview to the September 14 release of an expanded 50th anniversary edition of their third album, Waiting For The Sun.

Jim Morrison's lyrics for the tune, which appeared as the b-side to the US No. 1 hit, "Hello, I Love You,” were taken from a poem he wrote about watching hippies from his house on the street he lived on in the Laurel Canyon area of Los Angeles with girlfriend Pamela Courson.

The Waiting For The Sun: 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition is a 2-CD/1-LP collection that features a new version of the album's original stereo mix on both CD and 180-gram vinyl LP, which has been newly remastered from the original master tapes by Bruce Botnick, The Doors' longtime engineer/mixer.

Also to be available on digital download and streaming services, the set includes a second disc of 14 completely unreleased tracks: nine recently discovered "rough mixes" from the album recording sessions and five live songs from a 1968 Copenhagen show.

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