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Tell All The People - The Doors - The Soft Parade (CD, Album)

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  1. Telar says:
    9 The Soft Parade 13 Push Push Sealed new copy. 5 Easy Ride 10 Who Scared You 3 Shaman's Blues The Doors - The Soft Parade 40th Anniversary CD - SEALED NEW Psych Rock Album | eBaySeller Rating: % positive.
  2. Bagal says:
    the soft parade: doors only mix (rsd 20) by the doors buy online at resident, 1-lp, gram, numbered edition, of (previously only available on CD for the first time on The Soft Parade 50th Deluxe Edition) Tracklist. Tell All The People (Doors only mix) Touch Me (Doors only mix) Runnin’ Blue (Doors .
  3. Meztigami says:
    Doors guitarist Robby Krieger wrote this, as well as most of the songs on The Soft Parade. He thought it was perfect for Jim Morrison to sing, but Morrison did not want to be associated with this song was because of the negative imagery in the lyrics. "Tell all the people get your guns," was the phrase that made Jim Morrison hate this song.
  4. Doubei says:
    The Doors win best band. Ray Manzarek is best musician. The Soft Parade goes Gold, making for four Gold albums in a row. Touch Me, written by Krieger, gives the band their third Top 10 single. Their fourth album continued The Doors’ popularity, but was, despite its hit single and great sales, met with far less enthusiasm than their first three.
  5. Faumi says:
    Tell All the People Lyrics: Tell all the people that you see / Follow me / Follow me down / Tell all the people that you see / Set them free / Follow me down / You tell them they don't have to run.
  6. Aragul says:
    [The 50th Anniversary Edition of The Soft Parade is a lavish three-CD/one-LP set that contains a brand-new remaster of the album by Bruce Botnick, plus two discs of unreleased material. The centerpiece of these two bonus discs is "Rock Is Dead," an hour-long studio blues jam that has been heavily bootlegged but never released in this complete form.
  7. Gojora says:
    The Doors’ fourth studio album, The Soft Parade, became the band’s fourth straight Top Ten album when it was released 50 years ago. Despite featuring one of the group’s biggest hits – “Touch Me” – it remains the most-polarizing record of The Doors’ career thanks to the brass and string arrangements that embellish several tracks.
  8. Tojaramar says:
    The Doors' album, 'The Soft Parade', became the band's fourth straight UK top ten album when it was released. Despite featuring one of the group's biggest hits, 'Touch Me', it remains the most polarising record of the band's career, thanks to the brass and string arrangements that embellish several tracks.

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