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Let It Roll, All Night Long

needed a win. Badly. After the, shall we say, appendage-related kerfuffle at a chaotic March 1969 show in Miami, the band was sidelined with legal troubles and limited performance options. Solace was found within the friendly studio confines of Elektra Sound Recorders in Los Angeles, with February 1970’s the ensuing vibrant result. Two distinct sides told the tale: Side 1, subtitled , showed The Doors flexing their compositional muscles (the rollicking “Roadhouse Blues,” the skittery dream-transfer tandem of “Peace Frog/Blue Sunday”), while Side 2, subtitled , took on a more sultry barroom blues

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