Mor­ri­son Ho­tel

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With its two sides ti­tled Hard Rock Café and Mor­ri­son

Ho­tel, this is the real deal: sweat-soaked, beer-chug­ging, adrenalin-pow­ered. The open­ing Road­house Blues is ir­re­sistible and never lets up, Wait­ing For The Sun looms into view like a 16-wheeler, while You Make Me Real and the bloody In­di­ans leg­end of Peace Frog, pow­ered by Krieger’s wah-wah gui­tar, are stuffed with dra­matic in­ci­dent.

Mor­ri­son is in play­ful mood, too, ham­ming up Land Ho! and the shanty Mag­gie M’Gill. Oddly, they dug back for the 1966 track In­dian Sum­mer but didn’t in­clude L’Amer­ica, which ap­peared on L.A. Woman a year later.

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