BlueOyster23
Welcome To My Nightmare
Join date: Apr 2005
860 IQ
#1
I was looking through the booklet that comes with the Legacy compliation for The Doors, and I have two questions for the bigger Doors fans out there.

1. Is Jim, or another Door, playing the harmonica, because nobody is listed for it?
2. There is a harp part for the song, where can it be heard clearly at?
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zxZoSoxz
Just lookin for some tush
Join date: Nov 2004
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#2
I believe on the live versions I have someone else plays it...

Like Live In Philadelphia 1970. I'd look up who it is, but my asshole friend stole the cd and hasn't given it back.
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ufossuck
Delighfully twisted
Join date: Mar 2005
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#3
Contracts often forced session musicians to use fake names or not be creditted at all. I know that a pre-doors band had a harp player, he was Robby or Ray or John's brother, I can't recall. Not sure if they got him to do that part.
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CreamyKrieger
UG Newbie
Join date: Jul 2006
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#4
In Philly '70 noone played a harmonica, but Detroit '70 John Sebastian came on and played a little harmonica.

On the studio version Lonny Mack played harmonica.
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Alander
A Douche
Join date: Jun 2005
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#5
that song sounds alot that song called Draggin' A Line
ledhed68
Registered User
Join date: Mar 2005
1,305 IQ
#6
lonnie mack played bass
john sebastian played harmonica
and if you get Guitar Pro, theres a good tab for it on 911tabs, the highest rated one
Dog Eat Dog
UGs Blues lover
Join date: Apr 2005
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#7
Im sure G Puglese plays Harp (harmonica) on the album version.
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Last edited by Dog Eat Dog at Jul 5, 2006,
ufossuck
Delighfully twisted
Join date: Mar 2005
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#8
John Sebastion and G Pulgese are the same guy. He did infact play harp on the track.
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