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1 year 12 months ago in Community

When I was about 6 years old I remember driving with my father and hearing "People are Strange" on the car radio.
I didn't like it, it sounded weird and not happy like most of the music at that time.
When I was in my early 20's I revisited The Door's and "got them", the alienation and defiant demand of attention,
that to my ears is the difference between most music now and the changes represented back then. Most of The Doors music demands your attention, not some dance groove or catchy riff, but the marriage of music and symbolic splashing of words, which want for your interpretation, not music for lazy minds. Granted not every song of theirs is a work of art, but for the most part their work stays with you always.

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1 year 12 months ago

This is what I wanted to read in these pages when joined in.
I was glad to read this and reckon that there are some discussion and lets say opinions about the music of The Doors & the myth around Jim Morrison.

Keep up the nice + analytic style.

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