Doors Fans I need your Help!

Discussion in 'Music' started by dave_brogli, Dec 24, 2003.

  1. dave_brogli

    dave_brogli Screenwriter

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    Alright on the album An American Prayer, there is a song called Feast of Friends.....

    Now while Jim Morrison is talking there is some music playing... Who is it? Did "the doors" write it or is it another piece of music.

    Help!!!
    Thanks guys!
     
  2. JonZ

    JonZ Lead Actor

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    Ive never heard this album, but I always thought the Doors had put music to the poems he recorded for this record.
     
  3. Peter Mazur

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    JonZ is correct. The three remaining members recorded music to go with the poetry he had recorded years before.
     
  4. dave_brogli

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    Yeah I kinda figured that.. do you know what song Im talking about?? Its not (as far as I know) done by The remaining doors. (no drums, guitar, or synthasizer)(well maybee a synthasizer)although they may have written it... thats what Im trying to figure out....

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  5. dave_brogli

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    I kinda did some more checking, It looks like it could very well be the dorrs providing the background music.

    If anyonwe gets a chance to check it out. the music on that song is fantastic
     
  6. Mike

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    A Feast of Friends is not a Doors original composition. The music is called Albinoni's Adagio, and it is indeed played against Jim's old poetry.
     

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