The Doors

The Doors Share 50th Anniversary Mix of 1969 Single

In 1969, The Doors threw their fans a curveball, incorporating horns and strings on their fourth studio album The Soft Parade . There were some hits (“Touch Me”) and misses among the nine tracks on the LP, but The Doors proved they weren’t afraid to experiment while remaining nearly peerless in...
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Beyond 'Light My Fire': The Doors' 9 Best Deep Cuts

The Doors were like a shooting star through the late 60s and early 70s. They released six studio albums between 1967 and 1971 and were gone. The death of iconic singer Jim Morrison effectively ended the band, leaving behind a stable of hits like “Light My Fire,” “Love Me Two Times,” and “Riders on...
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Deluxe 50th Anniversary Edition of The Doors 1st Album!

To celebrate the half-century (!) Anniversary of their landmark debut album, THE DOORS are set to release The Doors: 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition in late March, 2017. The set, available as a 3-CD/LP set & digital download, will feature the entire remastered stereo version of the 1st album...
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The DOORS Debut Album Turns 50!

To this day, there has never been a band (IMO) that has even come close to sounding like The Doors, or being able to reproduce the synthesis of music-Pop, Blues, Folk, & Psychedelia- that gave the band their trademark sound. Likewise, the charisma, stage presence, and enigma that was Jim...
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50 Years Ago (!) THE DOORS Sign to Elektra Records.

Not many Rock & Roll Bands can 'boast' of a lengthy, successful career. In Rock & Roll, the life-expectancy is not very long, and many bands end up being a "flash in the pan," or a "footnote" in Rock & Roll History. These bands release a memorable song/album or two (or more) before...
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The Doors' 1966 Recordings To Be Released On New Live Album

Newly discovered live recordings of The Doors from May 1966 will be released in a new London Fog 1966 live package, due in stores December 9. Check out the Facebook post below for more info. © Erin Alexis Randolph | Dreamstime.com
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