Riders on the Storm" is a song by American psychedelic rock band the Doors. It was released as the second single from their sixth studio album and last with singer Jim Morrison, . It reached on the Billboard Hot 100 in the . on the UK Singles Chart and in the Netherlands. Riders on the Storm" is a psychedelic rock song.
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storm (Ride, ride, ride). There's a killer on the road (Killer, Murder) His brain is squirmin' like a toad Take a long holiday (holidays, holidays) Let your children play (play) If ya give this man a ride Sweet memory will die (Die) Killer on the road, yeah (Killer, Murder) wow! Закрыть. The Doors - Riders On the Storm.
Riders on the Storm is the sixth studio album by the German heavy metal band Die Apokalyptischen Reiter, released by Nuclear Blast Records on 25 August 2006. It peaked at in the German Media Control Charts. Friede Sei Mit Dir" – 2:56. Riders on the Storm" – 3:47. Wenn Ich Träume" – 3:08. Soldaten Dieser Erde" – 3:28. In the Land of White Horses" – 2:27. Schenk Mir Heut Nacht" – 3:01.
About Riders on the Storm. This was the last song Jim Morrison recorded. He went to France and died a few weeks later. The single was released in June, 1971, shortly before Morrison’s death. This evolved out of a jam session when the band was messing around with Ghost Riders In The Sky, a cowboy song by Stan Jones. It was Jim Morrison’s idea to alter the title to Riders On The Storm. Ray Manzarek used the electric piano to create the effect of rain. If you listen closely, you can hear Jim Morrison whispering the lyrics over his own singing, which causes a kind of creepy effect.
The Doors brought in bass players Marc Benno and Jerry Scheff to play on the album. Scheff came up with the distinctive bass line after Manzarek played him what he had in mind on his keyboard. It took a while to figure out, since it was much harder to play on a bass than a keyboard. Ray Manzarek used a Fender Rhodes electric piano to create the effect of rain. This was the last song on the last Doors album with Morrison. Fittingly, it ends with the storm fading slowly to silence. Ray Manzarek told Uncut magazine September 2011: "There's a whisper voice on 'Riders on the Storm,' if you listen closely, a whispered overdub that Jim adds beneath his vocal. That's the last thing he ever did. An ephemeral, whispered overdub.
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Riders on the Storm" is a song by The Doors from their 1971 album, . Woman; it reached number 14 on the charts. According to band member Robby Krieger, it was inspired by the song, "(Ghost) Riders in the Sky: A Cowboy Legend". The song is played in the E Dorian mode, and incorporates real sound effects of thunder and rain, along with Ray Manzarek's Fender Rhodes electric piano playing, which emulates the sound of rain.
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