Ozzie - Light My Fire album
Light My Fire" is a song by the American rock band the Doors. It was recorded in August 1966 and released in January 1967 on their eponymous debut album.
TRACK 8. Light My Fire (Jim Morrison, Ray Manzarek, Robby Krieger, John Densmore). Album Released May 9, 1979. Minnie is the fifth and final studio album (not counting a posthumous release the following year) by Minnie Riperton. She died of cancer two months after its release. With a new record deal under her belt and a guarantee from the label of priority marketing/promotion, Minnie went right to work on what would be her final album
Light My Fire was their first top charting hit, succeeding first as an LP track, then shortened by more than 4 minutes, and issued as a single. The song is consistently featured in various greatest songs ever lists, landing on Rolling Stone’s list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. The song perfectly combines Jim Morrison’s powerful voice with Robby Krieger’s guitar playing, and Ray Manzarek’s iconic organ riff and solo. From their acclaimed first album, aptly named The Doors
Light my fire (Accendi il mio fuoco) è la traccia numero sei del primo album omonimo dei The Doors, uscito 4 gennaio del 1967. Il brano fu pubblicato come singolo nell’aprile del 1967 raggiungendo la vetta della classifica Bilboard Hot 100. Formazione The Doors (1967). Robert Krieger – chitarra. Ray Manzarek – organo, pianoforte, tastiera, basso. John Densmore – batteria. Traduzione Light my fire – The Doors.
Come on baby, light my fire Come on baby, light my fire Try to set the night on fire, yeah. The time to hesitate is through No time to wallow in the mire Try now we can only lose And our love become a funeral pyre. Come on baby, light my fire Come on baby, light my fire Try to set the night on fire, yeah. You know that it would be untrue You know that I would be a liar If I was to say to you Girl, we couldn't get much higher . The speed was corrected only on the 40th Anniversary mix of the debut album in 2006. José Feliciano made a very successful cover of this song in 1968. The Rolling Stone magazine put this song on the 35th position on its list "500 Greatest Songs of All Time".
Light My Fire is an album by Hungarian jazz guitarist Gábor Szabó and American record producer Bob Thiele featuring performances recorded in 1967 for the Impulse! label.
|1||Light My Fire (Radio Edit)||3:43|
|2||Light My Fire (Long Duk Dong Mix)||5:55|
|3||Light My Fire (Punani On Fire Mix)||8:48|
|4||Light My Fire (Accapella)||3:37|
|5||Light My Fire (Instrumental)||3:39|
- Producer – Joe Butera III, Ozzie*, Tony Bongiovi