|Produced by Paul A. Rothchild|
|Released on March 1969|
|US CHART POSITION #44 (charted Mar. 29, 1969 for 6 weeks)|
|Find it at GEMM|
|EK-45656 wo. picture sleeve
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K ronomyth 3.8: WINDFULL STRINGFULL. March, Miami and madness, in the wake of which “Wishful Sinful” crept to a comfortable forty-four on baroque and jewel-encrusted knees. Most minds were on the loose lizard, creating the kind of chaotic backdrop for a gilded royal like “Wishful Sinful” to enter, all oases and elegance. This eventually ended up in the windfull, stringfull Soft Parade, perhaps the prettiest album they ever made. The B side is a slow-burning blues number that missed the parade, unremarkable until that simultaneous organ-guitar solo slams you and then you realize (again) how wide open everything is to The Doors.
Paul Harris -- arrangements
Bruce Botnick -- engineer
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