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  • What I simply have to praise about this song, even as it’s just about forty-five seconds in is that it has a very nice laid-back groove to it and you could definitely hear that the band could flow and feel comfortable with this music


    • by Grimmy101
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      Back Door Man is a song which appears on The Doors’ self-titled debut record which is a cover of a Willie Dixon track. What I simply have to praise about this song, even as it’s just about forty-five seconds in is that it has a very nice laid-back groove to it and you could definitely hear

      that the band could flow and feel comfortable with this music. At first it was Morrison who really gave me this impression with his vocals but just the overall rhythm section in the band as well and particularly Manzarek’s organ line as well. The song pretty much remains like this for the first half of the ...

      • song throughout Krieger’s guitar solo but then something the song takes a nice shift in a good direction. The music continues to stay very laid-back and very fluid but Morrison gradually begins to build up his vocal delivery until he really just starts to unleash that Jim Morrison type of attitude and energy that I’m sure
        many fans of The Doors would know. Towards the very end, the music picks up with him but I’d say Morrison leads the track throughout the second half and certainly does a good job of it. Starting out as a more laid back song and gradually building up until the end, certainly a very enjoyable track on this record.




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