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Album: Morrison HotelReleased: 1970
"Land Ho" is an expression used by sailors when they saw a land after being surrounded with nothing except the ocean for a long time.
This is a story of the sea that represents a quest for freedom.
Drummer John Densmore created a Skiffle beat for this. In the '50s, Skiffle was a popular style in England where amateur musicians would use jugs, washboards, and whatever else they had to make music.