The Doors - Five To One (Song)  » Music  »
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  • The song starts off with a steady drum rhythm and interesting bass line as Morrison sort of just mumbles some words of this
  • I’m not exactly sure what the best way would be to describe Morrison’s voice on this track, it’s different from his typical delivery but it’s just as good and I personally think it fits better on this track than his typical sound
  • More guitar leads come in throughout the track and I like how the energy of this song stays up throughout


    • by Grimmy101
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      Five To One is a song by The Doors which appears on their record Waiting For The Sun. The song starts off with a steady drum rhythm and interesting bass line as Morrison sort of just mumbles some words of this.

      Once Morrison does come in with the actual vocals of the track, his tone is quite aggressive and he doesn’t exactly have that typical vocal sound I associate with him, his voice has a lot more


      edge to it on this song which matches perfectly with the bass line and drum rhythm of this song.

      I’m not exactly sure what the best way would be to describe Morrison’s voice on this track, it’s different from his typical delivery but it’s just as good and I personally think it fits better on this track than his typical sound.

      A guitar solo comes in a bit past a minute into the track which is a ...


      • nice transition from the first set of vocals and into the second.

        More guitar leads come in throughout the track and I like how the energy of this song stays up throughout.

        Morrison also frequently changes up the dynamics of this voice so this is another good aspect of his performance throughout this track which has this sort of sloppy, for lack of a better word, sound to it yet still fits extremely effectively to form this

        very coherent song somehow.

        Five To One is one of the more aggressive song by The Doors which comes to mind and the lyrics throughout the track also seem interesting, although I’ll admit I don’t know what Morrison is singing about, if anything at all that is.

        Overall, Five To One has a nice hard rock sound to it and it’s certainly a good pick if you want to hear The Doors with a bit more edge and attitude than normal.




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