AOL Music has confirmed that former JANE'S ADDICTION frontman Perry Farrell has unearthed a lost track featuring the vocals of THE DOORS' Jim Morrison and will be releasing the song, "Woman in the Window", on his SATELLITE PARTY project, due early next year.
According to AOL Music, Farrell composed the music to complement a tape of Morrison reading one of his original poems. After a very brief musical intro, Morrison's vocals begin: "I am the woman in the window." The song is a potent reminder of how beautiful Morrison's voice could be as his sing-song vocals, reminiscent of "Love Street", are delivered against a musical backdrop Farrell describes as "a little down-tempo, a little chill."
Farrell says the refrain of the song, which finds Morrison singing, "Just try and stop us, we're going to love," is the mantra of the Solutionists, the heroes of his conceptual SATELLITE PARTY project. While the song features poetic imagery, Farrell says he adapted the vocals to fit the music. "I want this to be on the radio," he says.
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