The Doors ‎– Hello, I Love You

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Elektra ‎– EK-45635
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Vinyl, 7", Single
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A Hello, I Love You 2:13
B Love Street 2:50

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ELEKTRA RECORDS • 51 WEST 51 STREET • NEW YORK CITY

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  • Matrix / Runout (etched, Side A): EK 45635A
  • Matrix / Runout (etched, Side B): EK 45635B
  • Matrix / Runout (stamped on both sides): P

Other Versions (5 of 30) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
INT 80136 The Doors Hello I Love You, Won't You Tell Me Your Name?(7", Single) Disques Vogue INT 80136 France 1968 Sell This Version
JET-1857 The Doors Hello, I Love You(7", Single) Elektra JET-1857 Japan 1968 Sell This Version
EK-45635 The Doors Hello, I Love You, Won't You Tell Me Your Name?(7", Single) Elektra EK-45635 Scandinavia 1968 Sell This Version
EK 45635 The Doors Hello, I Love You, Won't You Tell Me Your Name?(7", Single) Elektra EK 45635 US 1968 Sell This Version
EK-45635 The Doors Hello, I Love You(7", Single, RP) Elektra EK-45635 US 1969 Sell This Version

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jadedtom

jadedtom

September 7, 2011
edited over 5 years ago

There was some unhappiness with this Kinks' inspired song from Doors' fans. The band had obviously gone commercial. But then, that was a long time ago. Lyrically, the song is Morrison's, and it doesn't hurt a record company to have a hit. I'm still obviously aware of the song's commercial appeal, but it sounds fine to me. If Jim had just gone along with the nice little record people, he might be alive today doing Time/Life "Best of the Sixties" CD infomercials. Maybe it's a good thing he's dead.

"Love Street" is a meandering little quaalude of a song. It goes nowhere, and is one of the weaker cuts from an otherwise fine album ("Waiting for the Sun").