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"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 the vocalist 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. Morrison recorded… read more

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  • Avatar for oddist
    @MackSpane - the word "mojo" was used long before Jim Morrison.
  • Avatar for MackSpane
    My mind is also slightly blown.... Mr. Mojo Risin' being an anagram for Jim Morrison---and to think the word "Mojo" is now used, at least in slang, as an actual thing.
  • Avatar for ladycaroledowns
  • Avatar for jembf
    Superb :-)
  • Avatar for Wesley-VA
    what a voice Jim had!
  • Avatar for pollepet
    yeah, yeah
  • Avatar for PattySauce
    Almagal, below me is so right!!!
  • Avatar for almagal
    The Doors were by far the greatest "rock" band ever. I wouldn't dare enjoy them minus Morrison.
  • Avatar for musmortwin
    It's Motorik!
  • Avatar for how-novel
    Mr Mojo Risin [3]

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