The Doors

The Doors

US PROG ROCK 1967 ../.. 1971

The Doors
Jim Morrison (James Doublas Morrison, 1943 Florida – 1971 Paris) – Other band members: Ray Manzarek (1939 Chicago – 2013 Germany), Robby Krieger  (1946 Los Angeles), John Densmore (1944 Los Angeles)

Founded in Los Angeles in 1965, ‘The Doors‘ publishes 6 studio albums with 62 songs in 4 years. In July 1971, its cult singer Jim Morrison is found dead in his bathtub in a rented flat in Le Marais, Paris where he spent 3 months after the release of the Doors’ last LP ‘L.A. Woman‘.

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1967 (Jan.)   ∙   THE DOORS   ∙   Break on through (to the other side)   ∙   The crystal ship   ∙   Light my fire   ∙   I looked at you   ∙   End of the night   ∙   Take it as it comes   ∙   The end   ∙   1967 (Sept.)   ∙   STRANGE DAYS   ∙   Strange days   ∙   You’re lost little girl   ∙   Love me two Times   ∙   Unhappy girl   ∙   Moonlight drive   ∙   People are strange   ∙   When the music’s over   ∙   1968   ∙   WAITING FOR THE SUN   ∙   Hello, I love you   ∙   Love Street   ∙   Not to touch the Earth   ∙   Spanish caravan   ∙   Summer’s almost gone   ∙   1969   ∙   THE SOFT PARADE   ∙   Touch me   ∙   Shaman’s blues   ∙  

1970   ∙   MORRISON HOTEL   ∙   Roadhouse blues   ∙   Waiting for the sun   ∙   Peace frog   ∙   Queen of the highway   ∙   Indian summer   ∙   1971 (Apr.)  ∙   L.A. WOMAN   ∙   The Changeling   ∙   Love her madly   ∙   L.A. woman   ∙   L’America   ∙   Hyacinth house   ∙   Crawling king snake   ∙   Riders on the storm   ∙  

LIVE (DOUBLE LP):  

1970 (Jul.)   ∙   ABSOLUTELY LIVE   ∙   When the music’s over (12′)   ∙   The end (15′)  ∙

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