Full Circle (The-Doors-Album)
- Ray Manzarek: vocals, keyboards, keyboard bass
- Robbie Krieger: vocals, guitar, harmonica
- John Densmore: drums, flute
Full Circle is the eighth studio album by the American rock band The Doors. It was released in August 1972 Elektra Records. It was the second after Jim Morrison's death in July 1971 and the last time being before 1978 still appeared An American Prayer.
On the recorded in the spring of 1972, self-produced album, keyboardist Ray Manzarek and guitarist Robbie Krieger share again the vocals. The bass was taken as on previous albums by various guest musicians. With Good Rockin by Roy Brown, a cover was included. The album reached number 68 of the U.S. charts. The first single from The Mosqito arrived in the U.S. at No. 85, 25th place in Germany
A CD version was released in 2006 under the label Timeless Holland.
Lindsay planners of Allmusic awarded 4 out of 5 stars. She wrote, Full Circle ( full or closed circuit ) is definitely an appropriate name for the album. "While there are a handful of undeniably remarkable cuts scattered Throughout, Full Circle is increasingly sporadic and less focused than its predecessor. "