The Doors - Other Voices
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Release date: 30 September 1971
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- In the Eye of the Sun
- Variety Is the Spice of Life
- Ships w/ Sails
- Tightrope Ride
- Down on the Farm
- I'm Horny, I'm Stoned
- Wandering Musicians
- Hang on to Your Life
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The Doors - Other Voices: Wikipedia Album Entry
Other Voices is a 1971 studio album by rock band The Doors.
The recording of the album began while lead singer Jim Morrison was on holiday in France. The song "Down on the Farm" was allegedly already written at the time of the recording of the previous album, but Morrison did not want to include it, for reasons unknown. According to Manzarek, some of the songs had been rehearsed with Morrison before he left for Paris.
The three remaining members of the band regrouped and released the album in October three months after Morrison's death. Keyboardist Ray Manzarek and guitarist Robby Krieger took Morrison's place as lead singers.
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