Night Divides the Day – The Music of the Doors
|Night Divides the Day – The Music of the Doors|
|Studio album by George Winston|
|Released||October 8, 2002|
|George Winston chronology|
Night Divides the Day – The Music of the Doors is the thirteenth album of pianist George Winston and ninth solo piano album, released in 2002. It features only piano covers of rock band The Doors. The Doors' keyboard player Ray Manzarek stated: "I love this CD; George has captured the essence of the Doors and added his own unique voice". The name of the album comes from the line "Night divides the day", from The Doors' song "Break on Through (To the Other Side)". Rhapsody praised the album, calling it one of their favorite cover albums.
|2||The Crystal Ship||5:11|
|3||People Are Strange||3:24|
|5||Love Me Two Times||3:10|
|6||Love Her Madly||4:32|
|8||Light My Fire||9:55|
|9||My Wild Love||6:08|
|10||Summer's Almost Gone||5:27|
|11||I Can't See Your Face in My Mind||4:09|
|12||Riders on the Storm||7:50|
|13||Bird of Prey||2:52|
All music by The Doors.
|US Billboard 200||91|
|US New Age Albums (Billboard)||1|
- Allmusic review
- Night Divides the Day - The Music of the Doors at Amazon.com
- Rhapsody’s Favorite Covers Albums Archived July 31, 2010, at the Wayback Machine. Referenced August 1, 2010
- "George Winston – Chart history" Billboard 200 for George Winston.
- "George Winston – Chart history" Billboard New Age Albums Chart for George Winston.