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Performer: The Doors
Genre: Rock
Title: The Unknown Soldier
Country: US
Released: 1968
Style: Classic Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1716 mb
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The Unknown Soldier" is the first single from the Doors' 1968 album Waiting for the Sun and released in March of that year by Elektra Records. An accompanying 16mm publicity film for the song featuring the band was directed and produced Edward Dephoure and Mark Abramson. The song became the band's fourth Top 40 hit in the US, peaking at number 39 on the Billboard Hot 100, and enjoying an eight-week appearance on the Billboard Hot 100 list overall.

The Unknown Soldier (оригинал The Doors). Неизвестный солдат (перевод Psychea). Wait until the war is over. And we're both a little older. The unknown soldier. Breakfast where the news is read.

Make a grave for the unknown soldier Nestled in your hollow shoulder The unknown soldier. Breakfast where the news is read Television, children fed. Bullet strikes the helmet's head. And it's all over The war is over It's all over War is over. It's all over, baby! All over, baby! Oh all right, yeah!

Lyrics to "The Unknown Soldier" song by The Doors: Wait until the war is over And we're both a little older The unknown soldier Breakfast where the n. .Make a grave for the unknown soldier Nestled in your hollow shoulder The unknown soldier. Breakfast where the news is read Television children fed Bullet strikes the helmet's head. This song is the first single from the album. Jim Morrison wrote this song to describe how the Vietnam War was shown in the American society, . on TV and in the news. Soldiers depicted in the media were unknown for most of the families who were sitting for breakfast and watching television. The song contains military sounds: marching, commands, gun shots. While this song was played on concerts, the band performed a little scene, where Jim Morrison would be "shot" by Robby Krieger, who used his guitar as a "rifle".

The Doors : The Unknown Soldier. Psychedelic Rock, USA (1968 - Elektra Records) Mehr Infos. Make a grave for the unknown soldier Nestled in your hollow shoulder The unknown soldier Breakfast where the news is read Television children fed Bullet strikes the helmet's head. And, it's all over The war is over It's all over The war is over Well, all over, baby All over, baby Oh, over, yeah. All over, baby Wooooo, hah-hah All over All over, baby Oh, woa-yeah All over All over Heeeeyyyyy. 2. we could be so good together. We could be so good together Ya, so good together We could be so good together Ya, we could, I know we could

Another antiwar song, The Unknown Soldier was released in the incredible 1968 Doors album ‘ Waiting for the Sun’. The Doors were composed of vocalist Jim Morrison, guitarist Robby Krieger, keyboardist Ray Manzarek and drummer John Densmore. They were known for their anti-conformist behaviour and their provocative and anti conservative lyrics, usually with very explicit sexual references. The song was the band’s reaction to the Vietnam War. They, especially Morrison, felt very strongly about the way the conflict was portrayed in American media at the time

The tomb of the unknown soldier is located in Arlington cemetery in Washington DC. Jake from Baltimore, MdThis song is very similar to the Walt Whitman poem, the Bravest Soldier. Brave, brave were the soldiers (high named to-day) who lived through the fight; But the bravest press'd to the front and fell, unnamed, unknown. I wonder if Morrison read this, im sure he did he was well read and Whitman is the original American Voice as morrison was in his time. Steve from Winnipeg, Canadalove the beat at the end, im a huge Doors fan, my uncle has like every album by every good band out there, readin a bio bout Jim. Jimi from Reno, NvThe best Antiwar song ever written by any human being alive or dead. Morrison was The American Poet of the 60's. Douglas from Melbourne, FlAmerica is under a corporate oligarchy, which have never cared for anyone or anything but the almighty dollar, hence corporations paying for wars to continue, instead of not knowing our soldiers.

The Unknown Soldier" was the first single from The Doors' 1968 album Waiting for the Sun, and was also the subject of one of the band's few, inventive music videos. The song was Jim Morrison's reaction to the Vietnam War and the way that conflict was portrayed in American media at the time.

Tracklist

A The Unknown Soldier 2:51

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
EK-45628 The Doors The Unknown Soldier / We Could Be So Good Together ‎(7", Single) Elektra EK-45628 US 1968
EK 45628 The Doors Unknown Soldier / We Could Be So Good Together ‎(7", Single) Elektra EK 45628 Canada 1968
EK-45628 The Doors The Unknown Soldier / We Could Be So Good Together ‎(7", Mono, Promo) Elektra EK-45628 US 1968
EKSN 45030 The Doors The Unknown Soldier ‎(7", Single, RP) Elektra EKSN 45030 UK 1968
EKSN 45030 The Doors The Unknown Soldier ‎(7", Single, Pus) Elektra EKSN 45030 UK 1968

Tracklist

A The Unknown Soldier 2:51
B We Could Be So Good Together 2:25

Companies, etc.

  • Made By – Polydor Records Ltd.
  • Published By – Campbell Connelly

Credits

  • Producer – Paul A. Rothchild
  • Written-By – The Doors

Notes

Textured orange label, repress of The Doors - The Unknown Soldier with publisher mention on label instead of right society MCPS.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
EK-45628 The Doors The Unknown Soldier / We Could Be So Good Together ‎(7", Single) Elektra EK-45628 US 1968
EK 45628 The Doors Unknown Soldier / We Could Be So Good Together ‎(7", Single) Elektra EK 45628 Canada 1968
none The Doors The Unknown Soldier ‎(7", Single, TP) Vogue none France 1968
EK-45628 The Doors The Unknown Soldier / We Could Be So Good Together ‎(7", Mono, Promo) Elektra EK-45628 US 1968
EKSN 45030 The Doors The Unknown Soldier ‎(7", Single, Pus) Elektra EKSN 45030 UK 1968