The Doors: Vinyl Box Set

The Doors: Vinyl Box Set is the seventh box set for American rock band the Doors. It is a seven-record set of the original six studio albums, remastered in stereo from the original analogue tapes and pressed on 180-gram HQ vinyl, a mono version of the debut album. Artwork and inner sleeves are replicas of the original LPs issued between 1967 and 1971; the albums were pressed at Record Technology. An insert booklet includes notes from Jac Holzman, founder of Elektra Records and Bruce Botnick the Doors' longtime sound engineer/co-producer on all the original studio albums. Although planned for release in October 2007, the box set was released on April 22, 2008; the delay was due to an issue with the vinyl, as well as other problems in the production of the box set. Further delays included faulty test pressings, inferiority of the L. A. Woman artwork, poor compounds in the initial vinyl run, which caused a search for a new source of virgin vinyl; the box set was limited to 12,500 copies. All songs written by Jim Morrison, Robby Krieger, Ray Manzarek, John Densmore, except where noted.

"Break On Through" – 2:30 "Soul Kitchen" – 3:35 "The Crystal Ship" – 2:34 "Twentieth Century Fox" – 2:33 "Alabama Song" – 3:20 "Light My Fire" – 7:08 "Back Door Man" – 3:34 "I Looked at You" – 2:22 "End of the Night" – 2:52 "Take It as It Comes" – 2:18 "The End" – 11:44 "Strange Days" – 3:11 "You're Lost Little Girl" – 3:03 "Love Me Two Times" – 3:18 "Unhappy Girl" – 2:02 "Horse Latitudes" – 1:37 "Moonlight Drive" – 3:05 "People Are Strange" – 2:13 "My Eyes Have Seen You" – 2:32 "I Can't See Your Face in My Mind" – 3:26 "When the Music's Over" – 11:00 "Hello, I Love You" – 2:16 "Love Street" – 2:53 "Not to Touch the Earth" – 3:56 "Summer's Almost Gone" – 3:22 "Wintertime Love" – 1:54 "The Unknown Soldier" – 3:25 "Spanish Caravan" – 3:03 "My Wild Love" – 3:01 "We Could Be So Good Together" – 2:26 "Yes, the River Knows" – 2:36 "Five to One" – 4:26 "Tell All the People" – 3:23 "Touch Me" – 3:12 "Shaman's Blues" – 4:49 "Do It" – 3:08 "Easy Ride" – 2:41 "Wild Child" – 2:38 "Runnin' Blue" – 2:33 "Wishful Sinful" – 3:02 "The Soft Parade" – 8:37 "Roadhouse Blues" – 4:04 "Waiting for the Sun" – 3:59 Begun during The Doors' sessions for Waiting for the Sun in 1968.

"You Make Me Real" – 2:53 "Peace Frog" – 2:54 "Blue Sunday" – 2:13 "Ship of Fools" – 3:08 "Land Ho!" – 4:10 "The Spy" – 4:17 "Queen of the Highway" – 2:47 "Indian Summer" – 2:36 Outtake from The Doors' debut album sessions, recorded in August 1966. "Maggie M'Gill" – 4:23 "The Changeling" – 4:21 "Love Her Madly" – 3:20 "Been Down So Long" – 4:41 "Cars Hiss By My Window" – 4:12 "L. A. Woman" – 7:57 "L'America" – 4:37 "Hyacinth House" – 3:11 "Crawling King Snake" – 5:00 "The WASP" – 4:16 "Riders on the Storm" – 7:09 "Break On Through" – 2:30 "Soul Kitchen" – 3:35 "The Crystal Ship" – 2:34 "Twentieth Century Fox" – 2:33 "Alabama Song" – 3:20 "Light My Fire" – 7:08 "Back Door Man" – 3:34 "I Looked at You" – 2:22 "End of the Night" – 2:52 "Take It as It Comes" – 2:18 "The End" – 11:44 Vinyl Box Set on the Doors web page Delay on box set release The Doors Music Co. music shop Rhino Records

Preston Smith (linebacker)

Preston Demarquis Smith is an American football outside linebacker for the Green Bay Packers of the National Football League. He played college football at Mississippi State University, was drafted by the Washington Redskins in the second round of the 2015 NFL Draft. Smith attended Stephenson High School in Georgia, he was rated as a two-star recruit by,, a three-star recruit by He chose to play for the Mississippi State Bulldogs over offers from Kentucky and West Virginia, among others. Smith appeared in 8 games as a true freshman in 2011 season, recording a forced fumble in a 31–3 win over Ole Miss in the Egg Bowl. In 2012, Smith led the Bulldogs with 4.5 sacks. As a junior in 2013, Smith recorded 2.5 sacks, including 2.0 in a 59–26 loss to LSU. Smith started the 2014 season with a bang, winning the SEC Defensive Lineman of the Week Award in each of the first three weeks. Smith recorded an interception in the Bulldogs' 49–0 rout of Southern Miss, returned another acrobatic, one-handed interception for a touchdown in the Bulldogs' win over UAB. Smith ended the season with 42 tackles, nine sacks, two interceptions and a touchdown.

At the end of his senior season, Smith was projected as a fourth-round pick in the 2015 NFL Draft by CBS and NFL Draft Scout. The Washington Redskins selected Smith in the second round of the 2015 NFL Draft. Smith was the seventh defensive end drafted in 2015. On May 11, 2015, the Washington Redskins signed Smith to a four-year, $5.77 million contract that includes $3.16 million guaranteed and a signing bonus of $2.46 million. In the Week 16 game against the Philadelphia Eagles, Smith was voted Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Week after his career high of three sacks in the game. Smith finished the season with eight sacks, which led all rookies for the 2015 season, as well as posting a safety against Aaron Rodgers in the Wildcard playoff loss against the Green Bay Packers. In March 2016, Smith was voted as one of the best under-25 players in the NFL. Due to a season-ending injury to Junior Galette in the 2016 preseason, Smith became the starting right outside linebacker at the start of season. In a game against the Minnesota Vikings in November 2016, Smith had two sacks, along with his first career interception, helping the Redskins to a 26–20 win.

Smith had a strong performance in the 2017 win against the Arizona Cardinals recording a sack, his second career interception, a fumble recovery caused by Anthony Lanier. In the last game of the season, Smith recorded his third career interception on New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning. At the end of the 2017, he tied his season-high of eight sacks. In 2018, Smith recovered a fumble caused by Ryan Kerrigan in the end zone helping to seal the Week 7 win against the Dallas Cowboys and recording his first career touchdown. Smith recorded his fourth career interception against Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson in Week 11. On March 14, 2019, Smith signed with the Green Bay Packers on a four-year, $52 million contract. In Smith's debut as a Packer in Week 1 against the Chicago Bears, he made 5 tackles and sacked Mitchell Trubisky 1.5 times in the 10–3 win. In Week 3 against the Denver Broncos, Smith sacked Joe Flacco 3 times and forced a fumble, recovered by the Packers in the 27–16 win, earning him NFC Defensive Player of the Week honors.

In week 6 against the Detroit Lions, Smith sacked Matthew Stafford 1.5 times in the 23–22 win. In week 10 against the Carolina Panthers, Smith recorded 2 sacks on Kyle Allen in the 24–16 win. In Week 16 against the Vikings, Smith recorded 1.5 sacks during the 23-10 win. In the Divisional Round of the playoffs against the Seattle Seahawks, he recorded 2 sacks on Russell Wilson during the 28–23 win, including one at the 2 minute warning in the 4th quarter, he finished the season with 12 sacks and four pass deflections. Preston Smith at NFL Preston Smith at Mississippi State Bulldogs profile Washington Redskins bio