The Doors - Twentieth Century Fox (Song)
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  • Morrison has a very nice vocal delivery and surprisingly the bass is the highest instrument in the mix during the vocals but I won’t complain about this because I think it sets a definite rhythm for the song and I don’t mind it at all
  • Morrison’s lyrics are an interesting pun and play on words on the organization 20th Century Fox so this is clever in my opinion at least
  • I do wish that Morrison was slightly mixed higher in the mix as he’s somewhat hard to distinguish during some parts of the song but it isn’t a major problem
  • Another thing I like about the track are the drums and bass really emphasize certain parts of the music and Morrison does the same with his voice, for those of you who have heard the track you probably know what I mean by emphasizing a certain part
  • The song is extremely short and very straightforward but it’s got a good rhythm from the start to finish and the energy is certainly there on the track, yet another strong song to appear on The Doors’ debut record and one I would recommend


    • by Grimmy101
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      Twentieth Century Fox is a song by The Doors which appears on their self-titled debut record. The song opens up with a nice guitar riff by Robby Krieger before the drums join in along with a nice organ line before Morrison comes in with the vocals.

      Morrison has a very nice vocal delivery and surprisingly the bass is the highest instrument in the mix during the


      vocals but I won’t complain about this because I think it sets a definite rhythm for the song and I don’t mind it at all.

      Morrison’s lyrics are an interesting pun and play on words on the organization 20th Century Fox so this is clever in my opinion at least.

      I do wish that Morrison was slightly mixed higher in the mix as he’s somewhat hard ...


      • to distinguish during some parts of the song but it isn’t a major problem.

        The bridge of the track features a nice driving rhythm section along with a guitar solo by Krieger which has that sound which is very characteristic of The Doors.

        Another thing I like about the track are the drums and bass really emphasize certain parts of the music and Morrison does the

        same with his voice, for those of you who have heard the track you probably know what I mean by emphasizing a certain part.

        The song is extremely short and very straightforward but it’s got a good rhythm from the start to finish and the energy is certainly there on the track, yet another strong song to appear on The Doors’ debut record and one I would recommend.




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