Talk:In Concert (The Doors album)
Is there a reason the numbering is messed up for disc 1? I'm changing it, here it is for reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=In_Concert_%28The_Doors_album%29&oldid=106343335 </Smilack> 23:29, 21 February 2007 (UTC)
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Different version of the album
I have a different version of this album, I suspect it's a pirate edition, but the editing seems genuine.
The differences are as follows:
- at the end of the first CD there are 2 extra tracks: after "Soul Kitchen" there are "Texas Radio & The Big Beat", followed by "Gloria";
- the second CD is different; the complete list is:
- Roadhouse Blues - 0:49 (actually, only announcer talk, and it is too short)
- Light My Fire (Including Graveyard Poem) - 9:47
- You Make Me Real - 2:57
- Love Me Two Times - 3:16
- Little Red Rooster - 6:58 (seems to have an special guest, Ian Sebastian if I understood it correctly)
- Close to You - 5:15
- Unknown Soldier - 4:19
- Whiskey, Mystics and Men - 2:17 (most probably a studio version)
- Moonlight Drive (Including Horse Latitudes) - 5:18
- Hello, I Love You - 2:25 (sound like the acetate demo that can be heard on the Classic albums: The Doors documentary)
- Someday Soon - 3:32 (the sound quality seems to indicate that it is a compact cassette recording; I don't have the resources to identify the source)
- The Soft Parade - 10:08 (probably recorded during a TV performance, the sound seems monaural and over-compressed; also, seems to be treated with some rather heavy noise reduction based on dynamics)
- Riders On The Storm - 6:49 (studio version, but mixed at start and finish with some crowd noise, probably in order to pass as "live")
- The End - 15:32 (live version, most likely the one from the original In concert album).
Maybe someone can help trace the different versions I have.
Oh, and yes: the cover seems to differ quite a bit from the one presented in the article. Mine has the light spots from the mike stand artificially colored and there is a blurred photo of a crowd taken from above made to seem behind Morrison.
For anyone that can solve this mystery, I am available for more information.