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A Classic The Doors

Chyna WIcked

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Albums: (The album title is a link to the album thread)


I think The Doors was the hottest band from the 1960's---Their songs are out of this world, and Jim Morrison had such an awesome voice....The members of this band were very talented....They always had a hit after hit...such as: "Light My Fire", "The End", "Break on Through", People are Strange", etc...I could go on forever...Everyone should give them a try....8-]]
 
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Oldhippie

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I have to agree with you on all counts. I remember watching the performance that got him banned from the Ed Sullivan Show. Ed didn’t like the line “get much higher” and and wanted them to change higher to finer. Morrison didn’t.
 

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Nice write up! I've linked the album titles listed to their album threads. Clicking on the album name will take you to the album thread.
 

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On this day, July 3, 1971.......Jim Morrison was discovered deceased in his bathtub.

 

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What most people won't pick up on, is the album playing in the background in the beginning of the interview.

It's "My Griffin is Gone" by Hoyt Axton, I recognized Snowblind Friend.

Good interview by the way, and probably the last one he ever did.
 

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I have a recording that I got from Napster...it says in the interview that they were in Paris...it's raining in the background.

I liked hearing the "good" Jim. The Jim that the band remembers. Not the version that Oliver Stone decided to share with his movie about them.
 

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