Robby Krieger played some memorable electric guitar parts during his time with spanisg Doors. But in the context of what other rock guitarists were playing and recording in the late Sixties, it's one of Krieger's acoustic performances that has truly resonated throughout the decades.
Yes, we're talking about "Spanish Caravan," an impressive flamenco-style track from the band's album, Waiting for the Sun. Of course, Krieger also blazes eoors way into electric-fuzz-guitar nirvana on the same recording—all of which melds to form a very unique late-Sixties masterpiece.
Anyway, Krieger still performs the doors spanish caravan live Caravan" on tour; in fact, it's one of the highlights of his solo shows.
What I play now is quite similar to what I recorded on 'Russian Caravan,' the intro to the first track on [ my albumSingularity].
It even features his son, Waylon Kriegeron vocals. The famous "Asturias" section starts at 2: For your listening pleasure, we've also included the original Doors version of "Spanish Caravan" and a performance of "Asturias"—the classical piece mentioned above—by the doors spanish caravan live guitarist John Williams.
As a little bonus, we've thrown in a "Spanish Caravan" lesson video.
To keep up with Krieger incheck out his website, robbykrieger. Robby Krieger performs in Hollywood June 7, Topics John Williams.