Jim’s Thoughts On The Doors’ Place Among Their Contemporaries

“Half of the people are getting very classical, sophisticated, and theatrical, and then there’s the need for blues. There’s a split. I’d like to do both. I enjoy both. I think that the Doors have a combination of both now. I think that it’s a successful combination.” –Jim Morrison speaking with Hullaballo in October 1968.

WANTED: London Roundhouse Footage

WANTED:We are on the hunt for the missing elements from the legendary show at London’s Roundhouse in 1968. On behalf of The Doors, Eagle Rock Entertainment is offering a $10,000 reward for the return of the original 16mm camera negatives filmed on September 6&7, 1968. These elements were used to create the documentary by Granada …

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Doors Shout and Shriek To 5,000 in JFK Staduim – By Charles S. Gardner

Bridgeport, CONN. TELEGRA- AUGUST 2, 1968 The four-man rock group, the Doors, authors of today’s number one tune “Hello I Love You,” performed before 5,000 in Kennedy Stadium last night, singing, among other, the song that earned them their initial popularity, “Light My Fire.” Preceded by the five-man Graffiti, a credible, although somewhat eclectic group …

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Doors: “Waiting For The Sun” Review


Published in NEW MUSICAL EXPRESS Third album from this American underground group who have recently surfaced over here with their “Hello I Love You” single. That is among the 11 Doors penned and arranged tracks but is hardly representative. None of the tracks can be faulted: Jim Morrison is one of the best vocalists in …

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