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The Doors

The Doors, one of the most influential and controversial rock bands of the 1960s, were formed in Los Angeles in 1965 by UCLA film students Ray Manzarek, keyboards, and Jim Morrison, vocals; with drummer John Densmore and guitarist Robby Krieger. The group never added a bass player, and their sound was dominated by Manzarek's electric organ work and Morrison's deep, sonorous voice, with which he sang and intoned his highly poetic lyrics. The group signed to Elektra Records in 1966 and released its first album, The Doors, featuring the hit "Light My Fire," in 1967.

Like "Light My Fire," the debut album was a massive hit, and endures as one of the most exciting, groundbreaking recordings of the psychedelic era. Blending blues, classical, Eastern music, and pop into sinister but beguiling melodies, the band sounded like no other. With his rich, chilling vocals and somber poetic visions, Morrison explored the depths of the darkest and most thrilling aspects of the psychedelic experience. Their first effort was so stellar, in fact, that the Doors were hard-pressed to match it, and although their next few albums contained a wealth of first-rate material, the group also began running up against the limitations of their recklessly disturbing visions. By their third album, they had exhausted their initial reservoir of compositions, and some of the tracks they hurriedly devised to meet public demand were clearly inferior to, and imitative of, their best early work.

On The Soft Parade, the group experimented with brass sections, with mixed results. Accused (without much merit) by much of the rock underground as pop sellouts, the group charged back hard with the final two albums they recorded with Morrison, on which they drew upon stone-cold blues for much of their inspiration, especially on 1971's L.A. Woman.

From the start, the Doors' focus was the charismatic Morrison, who proved increasingly unstable over the group's brief career. In 1969, Morrison was arrested for indecent exposure during a concert in Miami, an incident that nearly derailed the band. Nevertheless, the Doors managed to turn out a series of successful albums and singles through 1971, when, upon the completion of L.A. Woman, Morrison decamped for Paris. He died there, apparently of a drug overdose. The three surviving Doors tried to carry on without him, but ultimately disbanded. Yet the Doors' music and Morrison's legend continued to fascinate succeeding generations of rock fans: in the mid-'80s, Morrison was as big a star as he'd been in the mid-'60s, and Elektra has sold numerous quantities of the Doors' original albums plus reissues and releases of live material over the years, while publishers have flooded bookstores with Doors and Morrison biographies. In 1991, director Oliver Stone made The Doors, a feature film about the group starring Val Kilmer as Morrison.

The remaining three members of the Doors -- Manzarek, Densmore, and Krieger -- were involved in various musical activities in the decades following Morrison's death but never saw successes approaching the levels of the original Doors. After the turn of the millennium, Manzarek and Krieger performed live under the name Doors of the 21st Century with singer Ian Astbury of the Cult handling vocals; a legal battle ensued when Densmore filed suit against his former bandmates over use of the Doors name. Ray Manzarek died in May 2013 in Rosenheim, Germany after battling bile duct cancer; he was 74 years old. ~ William Ruhlmann & Richie Unterberger
full bio

Selected Discography

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Track List: Strange Nights Of Stone

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Track List: Behind Closed Doors - The Rarities (Explicit)

1. Moonlight Drive (Version 1)

4. People Are Strange (False Starts & Dialogue)

5. Love Me Two Times (Take 3)

10. Celebration Of The Lizard

11. Who Scared You

16. Touch Me (Take 3)

27. The Changeling (Alternate Version)

28. Love Her Madly (Alternate Version)

29. Cars Hiss By My Window (Alternate Version)

30. L.A. Woman (Alternate Version)

31. The WASP (Texas Radio And The Big Beat) (Alternate Version)

32. Been Down So Long (Alternate Version)

33. Riders On The Storm (Alternate Version)

34. She Smells So Nice

35. Rock Me

44. L.A. Woman (Paul Oakenfold Remix)

57. Break On Through (Live At The Isle Of Wight Festival, England, 1970)

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Track List: Live At The Bowl '68

1. Show Start Intro (Live 1968)

2. When The Music's Over (Live 1968)

3. Alabama Song (Whisky Bar) (Live 1968)

4. Back Door Man (Live 1968)

5. Five To One (Live 1968)

6. Back Door Man (Reprise) (Live 1968)

7. The Wasp (Texas Radio And The Big Beat) (Live 1968)

8. Hello, I Love You (Live 1968)

9. Moonlight Drive (Live 1968)

10. Horse Latitudes (Live 1968)

11. A Little Game (Live 1968)

12. The Hill Dweller (Live 1968)

13. Spanish Caravan (Live 1968)

14. Hey, What Would You Guys Like To Hear? (Live 1968)

15. Wake Up! (Live 1968)

16. Light My Fire (Live 1968)

17. Light My Fire (Reprise) (Live 1968)

18. The Unknown Soldier (Live 1968)

19. The End (Segue) (Live 1968)

20. The End (Live 1968)

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Track List: When You're Strange (Songs From The Motion Picture)

3. Moonlight Drive

5. Break On Through (Live At The Isle Of Wight Festival, England, 1970)

7. Light My Fire (Live On The Ed Sullivan Show) (Mono)

9. Five To One

11. When The Music's Over (Live On Danish TV) (Mono)

13. Hello, I Love You

15. People Are Strange

17. Soul Kitchen

20. Touch Me

23. The End

25. L.A. Woman

27. Roadhouse Blues

29. Riders On The Storm

31. The Crystal Ship

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Track List: Live In New York

Disc 1

1. Start Of Show [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - First Show]

2. Roadhouse Blues [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - First Show]

3. Ship Of Fools [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - First Show]

4. Break On Through (To The Other Side) (Live In New York)

5. Tuning [2] [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - First Show]

6. Peace Frog [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - First Show]

7. Blue Sunday [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - First Show]

8. Alabama Song [Whisky Bar] [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - First Show]

9. Back Door Man [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - First Show]

10. Love Hides [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - First Show]

11. Five To One [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - First Show]

12. Tuning/Breather [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - First Show]

13. Who Do You Love [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - First Show]

14. Little Red Rooster [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - First Show]

15. Money [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - First Show]

16. Tuning [3] [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - First Show]

17. Light My Fire (Live In New York)

18. More, More, More [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - First Show]

19. Soul Kitchen (Live In New York)

20. End Of Show [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - First Show]

Disc 2

1. Start Show 2 [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - Second Show]

2. Jim "How Ya Doing?" [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - Second Show]

3. Roadhouse Blues [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - Second Show]

4. Break On Through [To The Other Side] [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - Second Show]

5. Ship Of Fools [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - Second Show]

6. Crawling King Snake [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - Second Show]

7. Alabama Song [Whisky Bar] [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - Second Show]

8. Back Door Man [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - Second Show]

9. Five To One [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - Second Show]

10. Pretty Neat, Pretty Good [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 18, 1970 - Second Show]

11. Build Me A Woman [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - Second Show]

12. Tuning/Breather [1] [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - Second Show]

13. Who Do You Love [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - Second Show]

14. Tuning/Breather [2] [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - Second Show]

15. Wild Child [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - Second Show]

16. Cheering/Tuning [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - Second Show]

17. When The Music's Over [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - Second Show]

Disc 3

1. Tuning/Breather [3] [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - Second Show]

2. Light My Fire [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - Second Show]

3. Hey Mr. Light Man! [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - Second Show]

4. Soul Kitchen [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - Second Show]

5. Jim's Fish Joke [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - Second Show]

6. The End [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - Second Show]

7. End Of Show [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - Second Show]

Disc 4

1. Start Show 3 [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 18, 1970 - First Show]

2. Roadhouse Blues [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 18, 1970 - First Show]

3. Ship Of Fools [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 18, 1970 - First Show]

4. Break On Through [To The Other Side] [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 18, 1970 - First Show]

5. Tuning/Breather [2] [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 18, 1970 - First Show]

6. Universal Mind [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 18, 1970 - First Show]

7. Alabama Song [Whisky Bar] [False Start] [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 18, 1970 - First Show]

8. Alabama Song [Whisky Bar] [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 18, 1970 - First Show]

9. Back Door Man [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 18, 1970 - First Show]

10. Five To One [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 18, 1970 - First Show]

11. Tuning/Breather [4] [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 18, 1970 - First Show]

12. Moonlight Drive [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 18, 1970 - First Show]

13. Who Do You Love [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 18, 1970 - First Show]

14. Calling Out For Songs [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 18, 1970 - First Show]

15. Money [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 18, 1970 - First Show]

16. Tuning/Breather [5] [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 18, 1970 - First Show]

17. Light My Fire [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 18, 1970 - First Show]

18. More, More, More [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 18, 1970 - First Show]

19. When The Music's Over [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 18, 1970 - First Show]

20. Good Night -- End Show [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 18, 1970 - First Show]

Disc 5

1. Tuning [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 18, 1970 - Second Show]

2. Roadhouse Blues (Live In New York)

3. Peace Frog (Live In New York)

4. Alabama Song [Whisky Bar] [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 18, 1970 - Second Show]

5. Back Door Man (Live In New York)

6. Five To One (Live In New York)

7. We Have A Special Treat [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 18, 1970 - Second Show]

8. Celebration Of The Lizard [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 18, 1970 - Second Show]

9. Alright Let's Boogie [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 18, 1970 - Second Show]

10. Build Me A Woman [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 18, 1970 - Second Show]

11. When The Music's Over [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 18, 1970 - Second Show]

12. More, More, More [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 18, 1970 - Second Show]

Disc 6

1. Soul Kitchen [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 18, 1970 - Second Show]

2. For Fear Of Getting Too Patriotic [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 18, 1970 - Second Show]

3. Petition The Lord With Prayer [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 18, 1970 - Second Show]

4. Light My Fire [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 18, 1970 - Second Show]

5. Only When The Moon Comes Out [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 18, 1970 - Second Show]

6. Close To You [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 18, 1970 - Second Show]

7. The Encore Begins [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 18, 1970 - Second Show]

8. Rock Me [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 18, 1970 - Second Show]

9. What To Do Next? [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 18, 1970 - Second Show]

10. Going To N.Y. Blues [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 18, 1970 - Second Show] [Original Version]

11. Tuning/Breather [3] [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 18, 1970 - Second Show]

12. Maggie M'Gill [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 18, 1970 - Second Show]

13. Tuning/Breather [4] [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - Second Show]

14. Gloria / End Of Show [Live At Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 18, 1970 - Second Show]

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Track List: Perception

Disc 1

1. Break On Through

2. Soul Kitchen

3. The Crystal Ship

4. Twentieth Century Fox

6. Light My Fire

7. Back Door Man

8. I Looked At You

9. End Of The Night

10. Take It As It Comes

11. The End

12. Moonlight Drive (Version 1)

Disc 2

1. Strange Days

2. You're Lost Little Girl

3. Love Me Two Times

4. Unhappy Girl

5. Horse Latitudes

6. Moonlight Drive

7. People Are Strange

8. My Eyes Have Seen You

9. I Can't See Your Face In My Mind

10. When The Music's Over

11. People Are Strange (False Starts & Dialogue)

12. Love Me Two Times (Take 3)

Disc 3

1. Hello, I Love You

2. Love Street

3. Not To Touch The Earth

4. Summer's Almost Gone

5. Wintertime Love

6. The Unknown Soldier

7. Spanish Caravan

8. My Wild Love

9. We Could Be So Good Together

10. Yes, The River Knows

11. Five To One

Disc 4

1. Tell All The People

2. Touch Me

3. Shaman's Blues

4. Do It

5. Easy Ride

6. Wild Child

7. Runnin' Blue

8. Wishful Sinful

9. The Soft Parade

10. Who Scared You

15. Touch Me (Take 3)

Disc 5

1. Roadhouse Blues

2. Waiting For The Sun

3. You Make Me Real

4. Peace Frog

5. Blue Sunday

6. Ship Of Fools

7. Land Ho!

8. The Spy

9. Queen Of The Highway

10. Indian Summer

11. Maggie M'gill

Disc 6

1. The Changeling

2. Love Her Madly

3. Been Down So Long

4. Cars Hiss By My Window

5. L.A. Woman

6. L'america

7. Hyacinth House

8. Crawling King Snake

9. The Wasp (Texas Radio And The Big Beat)

10. Riders On The Storm

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Track List: Legacy: The Absolute Best

Disc 1

2. Back Door Man

3. Light My Fire

4. Twentieth Century Fox

5. The Crystal Ship

6. Alabama Song (Whisky Bar)

7. Soul Kitchen

8. The End

9. Love Me Two Times

10. People Are Strange

11. When The Music's Over

12. My Eyes Have Seen You

13. Moonlight Drive

14. Strange Days

15. Hello, I Love You

16. The Unknown Soldier

17. Spanish Caravan

18. Five To One

19. Not To Touch The Earth

Disc 2

1. Touch Me

2. Wild Child

3. Tell All The People

4. Wishful Sinful

5. Roadhouse Blues

6. Waiting For The Sun

7. You Make Me Real

8. Peace Frog

9. Love Her Madly

10. L.A. Woman

11. Riders On The Storm

12. The WASP (Texas Radio And The Big Beat)

13. The Changeling

15. Celebration Of The Lizard

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Track List: Greatest Hits

1. Hello, I Love You

2. Light My Fire

3. People Are Strange

4. Love Me Two Times

5. Riders On The Storm

7. Roadhouse Blues (Live)

8. Touch Me

9. L.A. Woman

10. Love Her Madly

12. The End

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Track List: The Best Of The Doors

Disc 1

1. Break On Through

2. Light My Fire

3. The Crystal Ship

4. People Are Strange

5. Strange Days

6. Love Me Two Times

7. Alabama Song (Whisky Bar)

8. Five To One

9. Waiting For The Sun

10. Spanish Caravan

11. When The Music's Over

Disc 2

1. Hello I Love You

2. Roadhouse Blues

3. L.A. Woman

4. Riders On The Storm

5. Touch Me

6. Love Her Madly

7. The Unknown Soldier

8. The End

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Track List: L.A. Woman (40th Anniversary Edition)

Disc 1

1. The Changeling

2. Love Her Madly

3. Been Down So Long

4. Cars Hiss By My Window

5. L.A. Woman

6. L'America

7. Hyacinth House

8. Crawling King Snake

9. The Wasp (Texas Radio And The Big Beat)

10. Riders On The Storm

Disc 2

1. The Changeling (Alternate Version)

2. Love Her Madly (Alternate Version)

3. Cars Hiss By My Window (Alternate Version)

4. L.A. Woman (Alternate Version)

5. The WASP (Texas Radio And The Big Beat) (Alternate Version)

6. Been Down So Long (Alternate Version)

7. Riders On The Storm (Alternate Version)

8. She Smells So Nice

9. Rock Me

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Track List: L.A. Woman

1. The Changeling

2. Love Her Madly

3. Been Down So Long

4. Cars Hiss By My Window

5. L.A. Woman

6. L'America

7. Hyacinth House

8. Crawling King Snake

9. The Wasp (Texas Radio and the Big Beat)

10. Riders On The Storm

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Track List: Morrison Hotel

1. Roadhouse Blues

2. Waiting For The Sun

3. You Make Me Real

4. Peace Frog

5. Blue Sunday

6. Ship Of Fools

7. Land Ho!

8. The Spy

9. Queen Of The Highway

10. Indian Summer

11. Maggie M'Gill

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Track List: The Soft Parade

1. Tell All The People

2. Touch Me

3. Shaman's Blues

4. Do It

5. Easy Ride

6. Wild Child

7. Runnin' Blue

8. Wishful Sinful

9. The Soft Parade

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Track List: Waiting For The Sun

1. Hello, I Love You

2. Love Street

3. Not To Touch The Earth

4. Summer's Almost Gone

5. Wintertime Love

6. The Unknown Soldier

7. Spanish Caravan

8. My Wild Love

9. We Could Be So Good Together

10. Yes, The River Knows

11. Five To One

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Track List: Strange Days

1. Strange Days

2. You're Lost Little Girl

3. Love Me Two Times

4. Unhappy Girl

5. Horse Latitudes

6. Moonlight Drive

7. People Are Strange

8. My Eyes Have Seen You

9. I Can't See Your Face In My Mind

10. When The Music's Over

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Track List: The Doors

1. Break On Through

2. Soul Kitchen

3. The Crystal Ship

4. Twentieth Century Fox

5. Alabama Song (Whisky Bar)

6. Light My Fire

7. Back Door Man

8. I Looked At You

9. End Of The Night

10. Take It As It Comes

11. The End

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Track List: Live In Boston 1970 : Second Show

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Track List: The Very Best Of [W/Bonus Tracks]

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alexandraabe l l a 1 7
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Anyone with info on the Directions Jim gives during the video he has where he starts in the desert and ends in Jamaica please contact me at gypsygoes@gm a i l . c o m I'm interested in this very much...
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Gloria brings such glory!
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Nice
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Yes people are strange
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What a wonderful for a Sunday morning. G l o r i a !!! Love this song
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The doors are awesome I have instruments to!����
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Pick-up the Doors video, its good.
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I LOVE THE DOORS
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Why did Hollywood make this raw sound uncool
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Mr mojo rising!
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The Doors were one of the many bands that shaped my childhood. In 25 by the way. But just kistening to them put me in a psychedelic trance though ive never done any of the psychedelic enhancing drugs.
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Once again another classic rock tune by The Doors. this totally rocks a** people! Five to one, is an awesome song! The doors are such an iconic classic rock band. Rest in peace Jim Morrison and you too Ray. Awesome classic rock band! Rock on!
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Such an awesome classic Jam. this totally rocks, and is one of my all-time favorite doors jams. Roadhouse Blues. It is such a awesome tune! It's the doors at there finest! Its classic rock the way it's meant to be played! Rock on!
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This is so bad
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USC UCLA
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______\ ^ ^ | ⚡️ ❤️ ⚡️ | ^ ^ / ______
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So many fools who broke on through

to thee other side , it's turned into

hells burning cauldron and it's a

brewing
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Bob Seeger:58 Very good old time memories from a lady in my Navy days. Heartfelt, no hurt just deep felt emotions. Thank you
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Such a great band all time favorite if only people would have recognized jim as a poet no a punk rock sex god he probably would have wanted to stay a door and not gone to Paris. Well he would have gone to Paris he needed a break but still we should have saw him for his poetic abilitys
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Read,,No One Gets Out Alive,,writt e n in the 80s,,its the best book about Morrison and The Doors,,,grea t stuff !
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Read No One Gets Out Alive written in the 80s,its the best book about Morrison and the Doors,,,good stuff !
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Love the Doors. Always.
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Just the best song ever ❤❤❤❤❤
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Holy Moly! The very best in music
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THEY RANK RIGHT UP THERE WITH THE BEST OF THE BEST-THEY ARE AMONG THE RIGHTOUS
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Best band ever!!!!!#
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Without the Doors in the Sixties I would have blown my brains out instead I expanded my brain by chemicales thanks Jim
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If you haven't seem the door movie I would recommend watching it . it will let you appreciate his music so much more
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great song

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THE LIZARD KING LIVES
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Ride The Snake.
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Wow--'My Eyes Have Seen You' following the Grassroots 'Lets Live for Today. Has that sequence ever been played in the history of radio? Could it herald the onset of the apocalypse?
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The band that showed me music can be something more than happy or lovesick pop
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The Doors were a very accomplished rock band, Ray Manzarek especially. They composed subtle, complex, and lengthy melodies and lyrics that can be listen to over and over, and still hear new things. I don't know how they got so good. Ray Manzarek was a film studies major in college. Robbie Krieger had a few guitar lessons. Their music endures for good reasons, even my critical daughter likes them a lot; and she can't stand the Beatles or listen to Led Zeppelin.
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Well I must say that "strange days" doors cover band really are good . The girl that plays ray is awesome
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On the 50th anniversary of the release of the 1st Doors album, I am going to break my 30+ year moratorium on smoking weed, roll a fat one, and spin a vinyl copy of the record in honor of the Summer of '67 and all the great music of that time
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Day destroy nite- dugout treasure- break on through to the other side- day to day- hour to hour- Break On Through! Thanks Jim......... .
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Roadhouse Blues ! Another great song ! Love playing this song really loud.
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Just remember . . . No One Gets Out Alive!
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Naked as children.
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my wild love went ridin' she rode all the day
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The Doors seriously are an amazing band. I love them & when I mention them at school, no one knows what I'm talking about.
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Such a awesome classic rockin tune by The Doors. Touch me, totally rocks. This Jam is one of my all-time favorites by The Doors. Such an awesome band. Once again classic rock at its finest! Rock on!
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Don't u love her as shes walking out the door....lol wanna be her daddy serious..... l o l
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I love the Doors! Never gets old. My brother took me with him to the Doors '69 concert in Boston. I was 9 years old & I'm still a fan.
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What a classic Jam by The Doors. Break On Through, totally rocks a**! Such an awesome song. Classic doors, at their finest! Rock on!
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