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  • As the rhythm starts to become more and more prominent in the song, you definitely get a hypnotizing feel from the music as the music and Morrison himself actually take on an intentional monotonous tone
  • In my opinion, I think I would’ve been more interested if The Doors had chosen to maintain this single dark mood throughout the entire track
  • Though this could’ve potentially gotten dry after a couple of minutes, I do not doubt The Doors’ ability to keep a song interesting by doing whatever they need to but still maintaining a singular mood
  • Though I do enjoy these more energetic parts which have more of the traditional Doors sound behind them, they clash with the verses of the track and unfortunately what is built up through each verse seems to come to an end every time this chorus-type part comes up
  • Nevertheless, I still do enjoy this track and consider it to be quite a solid song, but I cannot help but be curious how the track could’ve turned out had the Doors pushed for the darker mood (Such as being an updated version of The End) rather than going in and out of this feel


    • by grimmy101
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      L’America is a song by The Doors which appears on their album L. A.

      Woman.

      The track opens up in a very dark fashion with a confusing guitar line playing along for about a minute before other instrumentation comes in to further enforce this dark atmosphere.

      After about a minute and a half, Jim Morrison comes in with the vocal delivery and as you could expect, the dark mood of the song continues on.

      As the rhythm starts


      to become more and more prominent in the song, you definitely get a hypnotizing feel from the music as the music and Morrison himself actually take on an intentional monotonous tone.

      However, after about two minutes the traditional sound of The Doors comes out with more of a traditional rock and roll sound rather than the dark atmosphere which has been present for the first two minutes of the track.

      In my opinion, I think I would’ve been ...


      • more interested if The Doors had chosen to maintain this single dark mood throughout the entire track.

        Though this could’ve potentially gotten dry after a couple of minutes, I do not doubt The Doors’ ability to keep a song interesting by doing whatever they need to but still maintaining a singular mood.

        Though I do enjoy these more energetic parts which have more of the traditional Doors sound behind them, they clash with the verses of the

        track and unfortunately what is built up through each verse seems to come to an end every time this chorus-type part comes up.

        Nevertheless, I still do enjoy this track and consider it to be quite a solid song, but I cannot help but be curious how the track could’ve turned out had the Doors pushed for the darker mood (Such as being an updated version of The End) rather than going in and out of this feel.




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