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Absolutely Live


Download links and information about Absolutely Live by The Doors. This album was released in 1970 and it belongs to Rock, Blues Rock, Hard Rock, Rock & Roll, Punk, Heavy Metal, Pop, Alternative, Psychedelic genres. It contains 21 tracks with total duration of 01:17:14 minutes.

Artist: The Doors
Release date: 1970
Genre: Rock, Blues Rock, Hard Rock, Rock & Roll, Punk, Heavy Metal, Pop, Alternative, Psychedelic
Tracks: 21
Duration: 01:17:14
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No. Title Length
1. House Announcer (Live) 2:40
2. Who Do You Love? (Live) 6:02
3. Alabama Song (Whiskey Bar) [Live] 1:51
4. Back Door Man (Live) 2:22
5. Love Hides (Live) 1:48
6. Five to One (Live) 4:34
7. Build Me a Woman (Live) 3:33
8. When the Music's Over (Live) 16:16
9. Close to You (Live) 4:04
10. Universal Mind (Live) 4:54
11. Petition the Lord With Prayer (Live) 0:52
12. Dead Cats, Dead Rats (Live) 1:53
13. Break On Through (To the Other Side) [Live] 4:45
14. Lions In the Street (Live) 1:14
15. Wake Up (Live) 1:21
16. A Little Game (Live) 1:12
17. The Hill Dwellers (Live) 2:35
18. Not to Touch the Earth (Live) 4:14
19. Names of the Kingdom (Live) 1:29
20. The Palace of Exile (Live) 2:20
21. Soul Kitchen (Live) 7:15



The one official live album released while the Doors were a working unit, 1970’s Absolutely Live was recorded in a number of U.S. cities just as the band was finding its blues roots. However, this album was carefully balanced to include all sides of the group, so while it begins with a scorching take on Bo Diddley’s “Who Do You Love?,” it also features the first LP appearance of their concert favorite “The Celebration of the Lizard” (which includes “Not to Touch the Earth” at its center). Morrison is in bluesman form for “Build Me a Woman,” hands the microphone over to keyboardist Ray Manzarek for “Close to You,” and brings it all home with the previously unreleased “Universal Mind” and an extended read of the group’s first single “Break On Through (To the Other Side)” (listed here as “Dead Cats, Dead Rats.”) “When the Music’s Over” retains its epic stance. “Soul Kitchen” closes things with one of their earliest numbers from the L.A. club days and the medley of “Alabama Song,“ “Back Door Man,” “Love Hides” and “Five to One” shows the band’s impeccable improvisatory instincts.