The Doors are a band I wish I was old enough to see at the time. Jim was a great frontman but the other 3 were no slouches on their instruments. The album "Live In New York Felt Forum" is a must have for any Doors fan. I was lucky enough to see Robbie Krieger in Detroit in the early 90s with Eric Burdon.
Welcome to the forum Leanne.
Here's hoping that you get involved.
Many Doors fans here.
And I'm sure our only active female member(@Lola) will be glad that you're here.
Me .. I love playing Roadhouse Blues.
A couple I knew in high school (late '60's) were married and chose "Light My Fire" to walk down the aisle to. IIRC, the bride was (quite)pregnant and there was a big outcry in our somewhat small, conservative community among the adults/parents. All of us just giggled.
I never totally got into The Doors. BUT. After I got hooked up with the book No One Here Gets Out Alive back in grade 9 (a while ago... haha) I sure as hell listened to all of their stuff with a much different perspective. I do love their work and Morrisons artistry with words and with his approach to people. Yes, I do consider someone who can produce mass hysteria (or hypnosis as Ray Manzarek describes it) at concerts causing a riot or 2 absolutely brilliant.
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