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Full Circle
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Prog Rock
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US
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Full Circle is the eighth studio album by the American rock band the Doors, released in August 1972. It is the second album after Jim Morrison's death, and the last they compiled until the 1978 album An American Prayer. The album includes "The Mosquito", the last Doors single to chart. The band's first album without Jim Morrison, 1971's Other Voices, had reached on the Billboard chart, a modest success for the group considering the monumental shadow cast by the passing of Morrison

Performer, Keyboards, Vocals – Ray Manzarek. Photography By – Bob Jenkins (3). Producer – The Doors. Vocals – Clydie King, Melissa Mackay, Venetta Fields. The unscathed cover has two extra pages attached, that you can cut and paste into a ''zoetrope''. The result of your industriousness will be a wheel that you can put on your turntable to produce the effect of a human being running through the circle of life. on cover, second on label

Full Circle (1972) is definitely an appropriate name for this last project of original material to be issued under the Doors moniker. After the loss of Jim Morrison the previous year, the remaining trio culled their respective ideas - some of which had been gathering dust in anticipation of Morrison's reappearance. Once that wasn't an option, John Densmore (drums/vocals), Ray Manzarek (keyboards/bass pedals/vocals), and Robbie Krieger (guitar/vocals) completed Other Voices (1971). Ultimately, the album made it into the Top 40 rock survey less than six months after .

Album Name Full Circle. Data de aparición 1972. Labels Elektra Records. Estilo MusicalPsychedelic Rock. Miembros poseen este álbum9. Re-Issue in 2015 by Rhino.

Full Circle" is the second album The Doors released after Jim Morrison 's death, and also their last album together before they broke up. The album included the last hit single by the band; "The Mosquito". Keyboardist Ray Manzarek and guitarist Robby Krieger took Morrison's place as lead singer. This was the song's only official release, and it is now next to impossible to find. The Doors have largely disregarded the two post-Morrison albums, with no official American CD releases of the albums. This album was released on CD October 23, 2006 by the Timeless Holland label; along with the previous Doors album without Morrison, "Other Voices". While it is relatively easy to find CD copies of "Full Circle" and "Other Voices" on the Internet, "Tree Trunk" still remains the Holy Grail to The Doors fans.

Full Circle is certainly more consistent than the album that predated it, but at the same time, it just isn’t. What I mean by this is the way the album flows is incredibly awkward, as it seems like the songs were simply cherry picked without any actual thought into how they sound side by side. The big difference that I already mentioned is the fact that this record is much jazzier than Other Voices, but the overall sound is way too hollow and commercial to be anything special. So, it seems like the Doors didn’t learn anything from Other Voices. While this isn’t a bad record, it’s just an incredibly underwhelming and passive one that doesn’t really hold any substance. While the jazz fusion elements are kind of nice, that’s really the only thing here that seemed interesting in any way.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Get Up And Dance
Bass – Chris Ethridge
2:25
A2 4 Billion Souls
Bass – Jack Conrad
3:18
A3 Verdilac
Bass – Charles LarkeyPercussion – Bobbi Hall*Tenor Saxophone – Charles Lloyd
5:40
A4 Hardwood Floor
Bass – Leland SklarHarmonica – Robby Krieger
3:38
A5 Good Rockin
Bass – Jack Conrad
4:22
B1 The Mosquito
Bass – Leland Sklar
5:16
B2 The Piano Bird
Bass – Charles LarkeyFlute – Charles LloydPercussion – Bobbi Hall*, Chico BateraRhythm Guitar – Jack Conrad
5:50
B3 It Slipped My Mind
Bass – Leland Sklar
3:11
B4 The Peking King And The New York Queen
Bass – Jack ConradPercussion – Bobbi Hall*, Chico Batera
6:25

Credits

  • Artwork [Album Concept & Design] – Pacific Eye & Ear
  • Drums – John Densmore
  • Engineer, Technician [Coordinator] – Henry Lewy
  • Guitar, Vocals – Robby Krieger
  • Illustration – Joe Garnett
  • Keyboards, Vocals – Ray Manzarek
  • Photography By – Bob Jenkins
  • Vocals [The Other Voices] – Clydie King, Melissa Mackay, Venetta Fields

Notes

Gatefold sleeve
Mid Priced 1980's red label reissue.
K 42 116 = label Category
ELK 42 116 = sleeve/spine Category

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: GEMA/Biem
  • Label Code: LC 0192

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
EKS 75038, EKS-75038 Doors* Full Circle ‎(LP, Album, San) Elektra, Elektra EKS 75038, EKS-75038 US 1972
ET-85038 The Doors Full Circle ‎(8-Trk, Album) Elektra ET-85038 US 1972
HKS 541-18 The Doors Full Circle ‎(LP, Album, Gat) Elektra HKS 541-18 Spain 1972
K 442 116 Doors* Full Circle ‎(Cass, Album) Elektra K 442 116 Germany Unknown
K 42 116, ELK 42 116, EKS 75038 The Doors Full Circle ‎(LP, Album, RE) Elektra, Elektra, Elektra K 42 116, ELK 42 116, EKS 75038 Germany Unknown


  • Xwnaydan
So I just got a copy of Full Circle that was pressed by WEA Musik in Germany, ELK42116 (75038-A) - Also lists on back cover: France: WE 341 and there is also LC 0192 on the label. Runout is WEA 42776-Axx... I think there is too much wording at the bottom of the label to be a 1972 issue, there is a Warner logo, but it has a butterfly label and I can't find any record of anyone else having this. Any ideas>
  • Llbery
I do know the label code in Germany was introduced in 1976, so this pressing was clearly a later pressing from the late '70s, I guess, but definitely not earlier than 1976. The Warner logo was introduced around 1975, and Elektra used the butterfly label until around 1979.
  • Silver Globol
me too!!