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  • Break On Through (To The Other Side) has a very simple structure and arrangement to it and there aren’t any very extended musical passages, a lot of the song is really just pure content where Morrison leads the song along with the music underneath him
  • The way I described Break On Through would actually work as a decent description for the majority of the songs on this record which is why I said it’s a pretty good representation of the record


    • by Grimmy101
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      Break On Through (To The Other Side) is the first track which opens The Doors debut and self-titled record. I have to say that this track portrays The Doors at really not a bad representation and certainly a pretty good representation of at least the overall mood and vibe of the debut album, with the exception of the final track, The End, which

      is just completely different than any of the other songs on this record and actually quite different than just about every other song that The Doors have ever released. Break On Through (To The Other Side) has a very simple structure and arrangement to it and there aren’t any very extended musical passages, a lot of the song is really just pure content ...

      • where Morrison leads the song along with the music underneath him. Whereas the verses to this song are somewhat less upfront, the chorus to the track is more driving and showcases a slightly more aggressive vocal tone in Morrison which continues to build throughout the track all the way until the end of the song. The way I described Break On Through would
        actually work as a decent description for the majority of the songs on this record which is why I said it’s a pretty good representation of the record. Certainly this isn’t what The Doors were truly capable of but this song, along with many others on this record, was an excellent example of pretty simple songwriting used extremely effectively to craft a great song.




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