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The Doors — The Soft Parade [50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition] (Nov. 1, 2019)   The Doors — The Soft Parade [50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition] (Nov. 1, 2019)
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→   Newly expanded 3CD/1LP set that includes the original studio album — and the B~side “Who Scared You” — newly remastered by Bruce Botnick, The Doors’ longtime engineer and mixer. The collection is a limited edition of 15,000 individually numbered copies and also includes the original album on 180~gram vinyl along with liner notes by noted rock journalist David Fricke.
→   The core of the new collection is comprised of more than a dozen unreleased songs. Among the highlights are stripped down “Doors Only” versions of five tracks where the horns and strings have been removed (“Tell All The People,” “Touch Me,” “Wishful Sinful,” “Runnin’ Blue,” and “Who Scared You.”) The set also features three of those stripped~back versions with new guitar parts added by Robby Krieger (“Touch Me,” “Wishful Sinful,” and “Runnin’ Blue).
→   The collection also uncovers three songs from studio rehearsals — with Ray Manzarek (a.k.a. Screamin’ Ray Daniels) on vocals — that include an early version of “Roadhouse Blues,” a song that would be released the following year on Morrison Hotel. These three songs include newly recorded bass parts by Robert DeLeo of Stone Temple Pilots, who joined Krieger and John Densmore at a tribute concert for Manzarek in 2016, three years after the organist died of cancer. Manzarek’s take on “Roadhouse Blues” is available now on all digital download and streaming services.
→   A trio of studio outtakes collected on the set’s final disc feature the much~bootlegged, hour~long jam, “Rock Is Dead,” which appears here in its entire, surviving form for the first time ever. The track finds The Doors riffing through the entire history of rock ’n’ roll, from early delta blues through surf music, ending with the death of rock.
Location: CA
Album release: November 1, 2019
Record Label: Rhino / Elektra Catalog Group 
Duration:     138:30
Tracks:
CD 1 & LP: The Original Album 
01 “Tell All the People”
02 “Touch Me”
03 “Shaman’s Blues”
04 “Do It”
05 “Easy Ride”
06 “Wild Child”
07 “Runnin’ Blue”
08 “Wishful Sinful”
09 “The Soft Parade”
10 “Who Scared You” (Bonus Track) (Elektra single EK~45656~B, 1969)
CD 2
01 “Tell All the People” (Doors only mix)*
02 “Touch Me” (Doors only mix w/new Robby Krieger guitar overdub)*
03 “Runnin’ Blue” (Doors only mix w/new Robby Krieger guitar overdub)*
04 “Wishful Sinful” (Doors only mix w/new Robby Krieger guitar overdub)*
05 “Who Scared You” (Doors only mix)*
06 “Roadhouse Blues” — Screamin’ Ray Daniels (a.k.a. Ray Manzarek) on vocal*
07 “(You Need Meat) Don’t Go No Further” — Screamin’ Ray Daniels (a.k.a. Ray Manzarek) on vocal*
08 “I’m Your Doctor” — Screamin’ Ray Daniels (a.k.a. Ray Manzarek) on vocal*
09 “Touch Me” (Doors only mix)*
10 “Runnin’ Blue” (Doors only mix) *
11 “Wishful Sinful” (Doors only mix)*
CD 3
01 “I Am Troubled”
02 “Seminary School” (aka “Petition the Lord With Prayer”) *
03 “Rock Is Dead” — Complete Version *
04 “Chaos” *
(*) denotes previously unreleased track
Review
BY JOE MARCHESE 〈⇓〉       
〈⇓〉        Rhino is continuing its ongoing series celebrating the music of The Doors with a new 50th anniversary edition of the band’s fourth studio album, The Soft Parade. Originally released 50 years ago on July 18, 1969, The Soft Parade introduced the hit “Touch Me” and became Morrison, Manzarek, Krieger, and Densmore’s fourth consecutive Top Ten album. The Soft Parade was further distinguished by the presence of orchestral arrangements for the first time on a Doors record.
〈⇓〉        The Soft Parade: 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition includes the original studio album — and the non~LP B~side of “Wishful Sinful,” “Who Scared You” — as newly remastered by the band’s longtime collaborator, Bruce Botnick.
〈⇓〉        13 previously unreleased tracks are spread across Discs 2 and 3, including stripped~down “Doors Only” mixes sans the brass and strings of  “Tell All the People,” “Touch Me,” “Wishful Sinful,” “Runnin’ Blue,” and “Who Scared You.” The set additionally features three of those stripped~down (“Touch Me,” “Wishful Sinful,” and “Runnin’ Blue) versions with new guitar parts added by Robby Krieger.
〈⇓〉        Three more tracks have been culled from studio rehearsals — with Ray Manzarek (a.k.a. Screamin’ Ray Daniels) on vocals — that include an early version of “Roadhouse Blues,” a song that would arrive the following year on Morrison Hotel. These three songs feature newly recorded bass parts by Robert DeLeo of Stone Temple Pilots, who joined Krieger and John Densmore at a tribute concert for Manzarek in 2016, three years after the organist died of cancer. Manzarek’s take on “Roadhouse Blues” is available now on all digital download and streaming services. Among the three studio outtakes collected on the set’s final disc is much~bootlegged, hourlong jam “Rock Is Dead,” which appears on this set in its entire, surviving form for the first time ever.
〈⇓〉        A hand~numbered 36 x 18 lithograph of the interior vinyl gatefold artwork, limited to 500 copies, is available with orders of the new Soft Parade exclusively at Rhino.com and TheDoors.com while supplies last.
〈⇓〉        https://theseconddisc.com/

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