Doors, The - Weird Scenes Inside The Gold Mine mp3 album
Weird Scenes Inside the Gold Mine is the second compilation album by American rock band The Doors (following 13) and the first following the death of singer Jim Morrison, released in January 1972. The album's title is a lyric from the song "The En. The cover was designed by Bill Hoffman, with a gatefold jacket containing band shots by Joel Brodsky and liner notes by Bruce Harris, national publicist for Elektra Records.
Has butterfly labels with New York address only in rim text on labels. Issued with a gatefold sleeve. A "Doors discography" is printed on the inner sleeves.
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Originally released in 1972, Weird Scenes Inside the Gold Mine was one of the earliest "best-of" Doors collections, compiling 22 tracks from the band not just limited to their many ubiquitous hits but including some more experimental tunes and a few obscure B-sides. This strange and sprawling playlist is heavy on material from . Woman, and seems particularly invested in the darker, more sinister side of the band
Other Voices (1971)Other Voices1971. Weird Scenes Inside the Gold Mine (1972). Full Circle (1972)Full Circle1972. The album was released on compact disc for the first time on 19 May 2014 (almost exactly a year after keyboardist Ray Manzarek died). The album was certified Gold by the RIAA. The album cover was designed by Bill Hoffman, with inside band shots by Joel Brodsky. Two of the songs on the compilation, "Who Scared You" and "(You Need Meat) Don't Go No Further," were originally released as B-sides to 1969's "Wishful Sinful" and 1971's "Love Her Madly," respectively.