The Doors - You Make Me Real (Song)
  • The piano stays in the left channel and the guitar in the right channel throughout the entire song which is something that I thought was a bit odd but works out surprisingly well with the rest of the instruments and Morrison’s vocals just being straight down the middle channel
  • The song may not have all that many parts to it or that many changes but the length of the song is very short at just around three minutes in length so the track certainly doesn’t drag on or anything in my opinion


    • by Grimmy101
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      You Make Me Real is a song by The Doors which appears on their album Morrison Hotel. The track starts off with a very energetic piano part in the left channel before the rest of the band comes in which fills up the sound and certainly maintains this energetic rhythm which the piano started.

      Krieger’s guitar part works very nicely with the piano bit, the drum rhythm helps certainly


      keep a nice rhythm to the song, the bass is mixed in very nicely with the rest of the instruments, and Morrison is excellent as always, both in melody and just in overall delivery.

      The track has a pretty rock driven attitude from the start to finish of the track but it’s a pretty enjoyable track which just an excellent flow and wonderful rhythm.

      The piano stays in the ...


      • left channel and the guitar in the right channel throughout the entire song which is something that I thought was a bit odd but works out surprisingly well with the rest of the instruments and Morrison’s vocals just being straight down the middle channel.

        The song may not have all that many parts to it or that many changes but the length of the song is very short at

        just around three minutes in length so the track certainly doesn’t drag on or anything in my opinion.

        Overall, one of the more energetic tracks by The Doors which has a nice rock driven sound and a great overall performance by each of the members.

        From the start of the track I really liked just the overall energy and feel and this luckily pretty much remains throughout the entire song until the end.

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