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The Soft Parade

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  1. The Soft Parade is a real composition. It's about commercial civil tensions in america. White people is not a valid categorization of people. All kinds of different people built this country from Manhattan Sunshine.
  2. The new 50th-anniversary deluxe edition of The Soft Parade gives fans a chance to revisit the album in its original form (remastered by longtime Doors Author: Chris Ingalls.
  3. Sep 18,  · The Soft Parade is the fourth studio album by American rock band the Doors, released on July 18, , by Elektra Records. Most of the album was recorded following a grueling tour during which the band was left with little time to compose new material/5().
  4. Nov 15,  · The Doors' fourth studio album, ’s The Soft Parade, is arguably their most underrated. Having exhausted all the tunes from their early club days in Los Angeles, the group started from scratch and experimented with orchestration beyond their unorthodox trio of organ, guitar and drums/5().
  5. The Doors’ fourth studio album, The Soft Parade, became the band’s fourth straight Top Ten album when it was released 50 years ago on July 18, Despite featuring one of the group’s biggest hits – “Touch Me” – it remains the most-polarizing record of .
  6. The Soft Parade - 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition, 3-CD + 1-LP, Includes Stripped-Down Versions With Strings and Horns Removed. NEARLY 2 HOURS OF UNISSUED RECORDINGS! Numbered/Limited Edition *Also available with hand-numbered 36 x 18 lithograph of interior gatefold artwork in very limited quantities. You pay only s.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gatefold Vinyl release of The Soft Parade on Discogs/5(6).
  8. "The Soft Parade" is the ninth and final track on the fourth studio album of the same name by the rock band The Doors. Many listeners believe that this and "Shaman's Blues" are reminiscent to the old style of The Doors, as heard in the albums The Doors and Strange Days.

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