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"L.A. Woman"
Song by The Doors

from the album L.A. Woman

Released April, 1971
Recorded December 1970-January 1971
Genre Psychedelic rock, rock
Length 7:59
Label Elektra
Writer Jim Morrison
Robby Krieger
Ray Manzarek
John Densmore
Producer The Doors
Bruce Botnick
L.A. Woman track listing
"Cars Hiss By My Window"
(4)
"L.A. Woman"
(5)
"L'America"
(6)

"L.A. Woman" is a song by American rock band The Doors. The song is the title track on their 1971 album L.A. Woman, the final album with frontman Jim Morrison before his death.

In the song's coda, Morrison repeats the phrase "Mr. Mojo risin'", which is an anagram of "Jim Morrison".

The song was recorded at The Doors Workshop on Santa Monica Boulevard in West Hollywood, Los Angeles, between December 1970 and January 1971.

"L.A. Woman (Paul Oakenfold Remix)" featured in episode #1.02 of "Californication".

Video

In 1985, 14 years after Morrison's death, Ray Manzarek directed a music video for the song. It was aired on MTV and included in the Doors film Dance on Fire.

Later covers

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