String Quartet Tribute to the Doors

The String Quartet Tribute to the Doors

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by Vitamin String Quartet
     
 
These instrumental takes on some highlights from the Doors catalog are performed for violin, viola, and cello. They stick pretty close to the original rhythms and melodies, particularly on "Hello I Love You," "Light My Fire," and "Touch Me." However, "Lover Her Madly" adds some barroom piano and what could be keyboard strings behind the violin, "Break on Through"

Overview

These instrumental takes on some highlights from the Doors catalog are performed for violin, viola, and cello. They stick pretty close to the original rhythms and melodies, particularly on "Hello I Love You," "Light My Fire," and "Touch Me." However, "Lover Her Madly" adds some barroom piano and what could be keyboard strings behind the violin, "Break on Through" re-creates the bassline with sly class, and "Riders on the Storm" is a brooding and brittle showcase for the violins. String Quartet Tribute to the Doors might have been a bit more adventurous, but it still offers Doors diehards some alternate viewpoints on the band's well-known material.

Product Details

Release Date:
04/19/2005
Label:
Vitamin Records
UPC:
0027297879126
catalogNumber:
8791
Rank:
282532

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Vitamin String Quartet   Primary Artist
John Acosta   Cello,Group Member
Tom Tally   Violin,Viola,Electric Viola,Group Member
John Krovoza   Cello
Brady Barnett   Double Bass
Tallywood Strings   String Quartet
Tara Barnett   Cello,Viola
Jason Fitz   Violin,Viola

Technical Credits

Jim Morrison   Composer
Ray Manzarek   Composer
John Densmore   Composer
Tom Tally   Producer
J.L. "Marty" Morrison   Composer
Brady Barnett   Arranger,Producer,Tracked By
Toni Wells   Cover Design
Tara Barnett   Arranger
Robby Krieger   Composer

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The String Quartet Tribute to the Doors 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This album is very cool and unique. I can imagine that it would be easy to listen to for most people.