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The Doors Anthology

By The Doors

Piano/Vocal/Guitar - Difficulty: medium
By The Doors. Piano/Vocal/Guitar Artist Songbook. Classic Rock and Psychedelic Rock. Songbook. With vocal melody, piano accompaniment, lyrics, chord names, guitar chord diagrams, introductory text and black & white photos. 412 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.306292).

Item Number: HL.306292

ISBN 9780634005602. 9x12 inches.

Our comprehensive collector's edition contains 69 songs from this seminal '60s band, including: Been Down So Long * Easy Ride * The End * Five to One * Hello, I Love You * Hyacinth House * L.A. Woman * Land Ho * Light My Fire * Love Her Madly * Peace Frog * People Are Strange * Riders on the Storm * Roadhouse Blues * Ship of Fools * Strange Days * Touch Me * and many more. Also includes a complete discography featuring all of the album covers, 'The Story of The Doors' - an extensive interview with keyboardist Ray Manzarek, and 'The Music of The Doors' - an in-depth discussion with guitarist Robby Krieger. Features great photos of the band.

  • Indian Summer 
  • Alabama Song 
  • Been Down So Long 
  • Cars Hiss By My Window 
  • Changeling 
  • Crawling King Snake 
  • Strange Days 
  • The End 
  • Wasp 
  • When The Music's Over 
  • I Looked At You 
  • End Of The Night 
  • Take It As It Comes 
  • Easy Ride 
  • Hyacinth House 
  • I Can't See Your Face In My Mind 
  • Moonlight Drive 
  • My Eyes Have Seen You 
  • Summer's Almost Gone 
  • Unhappy Girl 
  • We Could Be So Good Together 
  • You're Lost, Little Girl 
  • Maggie Magill 
  • Wintertime Love 
  • Land Ho 
  • Shaman's Blues 
  • L'America 
  • Waiting For The Sun 
  • You Make Me Real 
  • Yes, The River Knows 
  • Queen Of The Highway 
  • Do It 
  • Down On The Farm 
  • Hang On To Your Life 
  • I'm Horney, I'm Stoned 
  • In The Eye Of The Sun 
  • My Wild Love 
  • Ships With Sails 
  • The Soft Parade 
  • The Spy 
  • Tightrope Ride 
  • Variety Is The Spice Of Life 
  • Wandering Musician 
  • Back Door Man 
  • Blue Sunday 
  • Break On Through To The Other Side 
  • Crystal Ship 
  • Hello, I Love You (Won't You Tell Me Your Name?) 
  • L.A. Woman 
  • Light My Fire 
  • Love Her Madly 
  • Love Me Two Times 
  • Love Street 
  • Not To Touch The Earth 
  • People Are Strange 
  • Riders On The Storm 
  • Roadhouse Blues 
  • Runnin' Blues 
  • Tell All The People 
  • Touch Me 
  • The Unknown Soldier 
  • Wishful Sinful 
  • Five To One 
  • Peace Frog 
  • Soul Kitchen 
  • Spanish Caravan 
  • Twentieth Century Fox 
  • Wild Child 
  • Ship Of Fools 
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Escondido, CA
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  • January 06, 2011 The Doors Anthology

    I love this book! The arrangements are for solo piano (why anyone would by a piano book and not want it for solo piano is beyond me...) They are easy to read and sound great when played.

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  • 5

    Dick Jensen
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  • April 27, 2008 The Doors Anthology Review

    The book is veey complete and includes all of the music in an easy to read form with all parts and chords needed for anyone to play or make their own version of the songs.

    35 of 60 people found this review helpful.
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  • 4

    Shannon Luebke
    Port Angeles, Wa.
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  • September 21, 2007 The Doors

    Is an exceptional book with most of the doors songs. They are just a little more difficult to play than I was hoping but will slowly work my way through it.

    31 of 54 people found this review helpful.
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  • 2

    Chris Engel
    Ocean City, MD
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • July 19, 2007 Not quite...

    This is not a keyboard book, so you will not get the real parts that Ray Manzarek plays. It is arranged for solo piano (why someone would play a doors song on solo piano is beyond me) and leaves out most solos and important parts. The only thing it fully...

    includes is the vocal melody and lyrics. I guess this book is OK for finding out sketches of keyboard parts (or chords) and bass lines. The Guitar tab anthology is perfectly accurate to the real guitar parts, so why can't keyboard players get the real parts?!

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  • 2

    Braintree, MA
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  • July 14, 2007 could be better

    With this book you get the general idea of how to play each song, but it's not really that good. It's almost as if they winged it when they wrote this and completely ignored what the actual keyboard sounds like. If you want to learn any of the...

    solo's of the doors, this book doesnt have it. They just pretend the 2 minute long solo in riders on the storm doesn't exist. Overall, if you just need the basic idea of what each song might sound like this book is alright, but if you want the real keyboard music, this isn't it.

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