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  • Hello, I Love You is a song by The Doors which appears on their album Waiting For The Sun
  • Morrison soon comes in with the vocals and sounds excellent in my opinion, fitting perfectly with the music behind him, and the use of studio dubs on the vocals certainly help Morrison with his performance
  • In fact, this song really doesn’t even follow an extremely strict structure as far as I can tell, which is another reason why I enjoy this song as it’s more unpredictable than an average song
  • I also like how the guitar doesn’t have a typical guitar sound, it’s hard to describe the effect which is on it, but it’s certainly an interesting sound, almost like a distorted bass with a wah-wah effect if you can imagine what that sounds like
  • Morrison builds up with his vocal delivery throughout the track which sounds excellent and overall I think this is a very enjoyable song at a very fair length


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      Hello, I Love You is a song by The Doors which appears on their album Waiting For The Sun. The track opens up with a quick drum burst before leading into the main rhythm which is certainly quite distinctive and unique and has come to be associated with The Doors, just because of how well known this song is. Morrison soon comes in with the

      vocals and sounds excellent in my opinion, fitting perfectly with the music behind him, and the use of studio dubs on the vocals certainly help Morrison with his performance. I will also say that the flow of the song is excellent despite the parts themselves having distinctive sounds to them. Obviously, if the verse sounds the same as the pre-chorus which sounds the same as ...

      • the chorus, you aren’t going to have transition problems, but on this track each section has it’s own distinct sound yet the flow is still great. In fact, this song really doesn’t even follow an extremely strict structure as far as I can tell, which is another reason why I enjoy this song as it’s more unpredictable than an average song. I also like how
        the guitar doesn’t have a typical guitar sound, it’s hard to describe the effect which is on it, but it’s certainly an interesting sound, almost like a distorted bass with a wah-wah effect if you can imagine what that sounds like. Morrison builds up with his vocal delivery throughout the track which sounds excellent and overall I think this is a very enjoyable song at a very fair length




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