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  • I think if they would’ve expanded with the more mysterious sounding section after the first verse than this song could’ve come out better than it did, but still not a bad song


    • by Grimmy101
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      Ship Of Fools is a track by The Doors which appears on the album Morrison Hotel. Ship Of Fools starts out in a pretty upbeat sounding tone with a vocal line led by Jim Morrison and accompanied by Robbie Krieger’s guitar work and Ray Manzarek’s organ line, which I personally believe should be louder in the

      mix. I will be honest and admit that if the song continued in this way I’d get pretty bored with it just because the tone is so cheerful and it doesn’t sound all that great. However, after the first verse, the song starts to gather a much more mysterious tone, thanks to both Manzarek’s organ line ...

      • primarily and also Morrison’s voice. After this section, Krieger has a guitar solo before it gives way back into that sort of cheerful sounding section which I described earlier, even second time around, I don’t enjoy it that much. I don’t mean to come off as sounding like this song is that bad but to me
        it just doesn’t really have the sound which I’m used to having The Doors have, but by no means is it really a terrible song. I think if they would’ve expanded with the more mysterious sounding section after the first verse than this song could’ve come out better than it did, but still not a bad song.




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