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The Doors were an American rock band formed in Los Angeles in 1965, with vocalist Jim Morrison, keyboardist Ray Manzarek, guitarist Robby Krieger, and drummer John Densmore. They were among the most controversial and influential rock acts of the 1960s, mostly because of Morrison’s lyrics and his erratic stage persona, and the group was widely regarded as representative of the era’s counterculture.
The band took its name from the title of Aldous Huxley’s book The Doors of Perception, itself a reference to a quote by William Blake. After signing with Elektra Records, the Doors released eight albums in five years, some of which are considered among the greatest of all time,[citation needed] including The Doors (1967), Strange Days (1967), and L.A. Woman (1971). By 1972 the Doors had sold over 4 million albums domestically and nearly 8 million singles.[5]
Morrison died in uncertain circumstances in 1971. The band continued as a trio until disbanding in 1973.[6][7] They released three more albums in the 1970s, two of which featured earlier recordings by Morrison, and over the decades reunited on stage in various configurations. In 2002, Manzarek, Krieger and Ian Astbury of the Cult on vocals started performing as the Doors of the 21st Century. Densmore and the Morrison estate successfully sued them over the use of the band’s name. After a short time as Riders on the Storm, they settled on the name Manzarek–Krieger and toured until Manzarek’s death in 2013.
The Doors were the first American band to accumulate eight consecutive gold LPs.[8] According to the RIAA, they have sold 33 million records in the US[9] and over 100 million records worldwide,[10] making them one of the best-selling bands of all time. The Doors have been listed as one of the greatest artists of all time by magazines including Rolling Stone, which ranked them 41st on its list of the “100 Greatest Artists of All Time”.[12] In 1993, they were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Light My Fire The Doors Karaoke Slow
The Doors logo, designed by an Elektra Records assistant, first appeared on their 1967 debut album.
The Doors began with a meeting between acquaintances Jim Morrison and Ray Manzarek, both of whom had attended the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television, on Venice Beach in July 1965. Morrison told Manzarek he had been writing songs (Morrison said “I was taking notes at a fantastic rock’n’roll concert going on in my head”)[13] and with Manzarek’s encouragement sang “Moonlight Drive”. The members came from a varied musical background of jazz, rock, blues, and folk idioms. Light My Fire The Doors Karaoke Slow
Keyboardist Manzarek was in a band called Rick & the Ravens with his brothers Rick and Jim, while drummer John Densmore was playing with the Psychedelic Rangers and knew Manzarek from meditation classes.[15] In August 1965, Densmore joined the group, which had been renamed the Doors. The five (Morrison having previously joined the band), along with bass player Patty Sullivan[nb 1] recorded a six-song demo on September 2, 1965 at World Pacific Studios, Los Angeles, California (officially made available much later in October 1997 on the Doors’ Box Set CD release). This has circulated widely since then as a bootleg recording. The band took their name from the title of Aldous Huxley’s book The Doors of Perception, itself derived from a line in William Blake’s The Marriage of Heaven and Hell: “If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear to man as it is: infinite”. In mid-1965, after Manzarek’s two brothers left, guitarist Robby Krieger joined.
From February to May 1966, the group had a residency at the “rundown” and “sleazy” Los Angeles club London Fog, appearing on the bill with “Rhonda Lane Exotic Dancer”. The experience gave Morrison confidence to perform in front of a live audience, and the band as a whole to develop and, in some cases, lengthen their songs and work “The End”, “When the Music’s Over”, and “Light My Fire” into the pieces that would appear on their debut album.[18] Ray Manzarek would later say that at the London Fog the band “became this collective entity, this unit of oneness…that is where the magic began to happen.”
The Doors soon graduated to the more esteemed Whisky a Go Go, where they were the house band (starting from May 1966), supporting acts including Van Morrison’s group Them. On their last night together the two bands joined up for “In the Midnight Hour” and a twenty-minute jam session of Them’s “Gloria”.[20]
On August 10, 1966, they were spotted by Elektra Records president Jac Holzman, who was present at the recommendation of Love singer Arthur Lee, whose group was with Elektra Records. After Holzman and producer Paul A. Rothchild saw two sets of the band playing at the Whisky a Go Go, they signed them to the Elektra Records label on August 18 – the start of a long and successful partnership with Rothchild and sound engineer Bruce Botnick. The Doors were fired from the Whisky on August 21, 1966 when Morrison added an explicit retelling and profanity-laden version of the Greek myth of Oedipus during “The End”. Light My Fire The Doors Karaoke Slow
The Doors performing at Fantasy Fair and Magic Mountain Music Festival in 1967
The band recorded their first album from August 24 to 31, 1966, at Sunset Sound Recording Studios. The debut album, The Doors, was released in the first week of January 1967. It included most of the major songs from their set, including the nearly 12-minute musical drama “The End”. In November 1966, Mark Abramson directed a promotional film for the lead single “Break On Through (To the Other Side)”. To promote the single, the Doors made several television appearances such as on Shebang, a Los Angeles TV show, miming to “Break On Through”.[nb 2] In early 1967, the Doors appeared on The Clay Cole Show (which aired on Saturday evenings at 6 pm on WPIX Channel 11 out of NYC) where they performed their single “Break On Through”. Since “Break on Through” was not very successful on the radio, the band turned to “Light My Fire”. “Light My Fire” became the first single from Elektra Records to reach number one on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart, selling over one million copies. Light My Fire The Doors Karaoke Slow
From March 7 to 11, 1967, the Doors performed at the Matrix Club in San Francisco, California. The March 7 and 10 shows were recorded by a co-owner of The Matrix, Peter Abram. These recordings are notable as they are among the earliest live recordings of the band to circulate. On November 18, 2008, the Doors published a compilation of these recordings, Live at the Matrix 1967, on the band’s boutique Bright Midnight Archives label.
The Doors appeared on American television on August 25, 1967, guest-starring on the variety TV series Malibu U, performing “Light My Fire”. They did not appear live. The band is seen on a beach and is performing the song in playback. The music video did not gain any commercial success and the performance was more or less forgotten.[25] It was not until they appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show that they gained attention on television.[26]
The Doors made their international television debut in May 1967, recording a version of “The End” for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) at O’Keefe Centre in Toronto. But after its initial broadcasts, the performance remained unreleased except in bootleg form until the release of The Doors Soundstage Performances DVD in 2002.
On September 17, 1967, the Doors gave a memorable performance of “Light My Fire” on The Ed Sullivan Show. According to Ray Manzarek, network executives asked that the word “higher” be removed. The group appeared to acquiesce, but performed the song in its original form, because either they had never intended to comply with the request or Jim Morrison was nervous and forgot to make the change (Manzarek has given conflicting accounts). Either way, “higher” was sung out on national television, and the show’s host, Ed Sullivan, canceled another six shows that had been planned. After the program’s producer told the band they would never play on the show again, Jim Morrison reportedly replied: “Hey man. We just did the Sullivan Show.”[clarification needed]
On December 24, the Doors performed “Light My Fire” and “Moonlight Drive” live for The Jonathan Winters Show. Their performance was taped for later broadcast. From December 26 to 28, the group played at the Winterland Ballroom in San Francisco; during one set the band stopped performing to watch themselves on The Jonathan Winters Show on a TV set wheeled onto the stage.Light My Fire The Doors Karaoke Slow
The Doors spent several weeks in Sunset Studios in Los Angeles recording their second album, Strange Days, experimenting with the new technology, notably the Moog synthesizer they now had available. The commercial success of Strange Days was middling, peaking at number three on the Billboard album chart but quickly dropping, along with a series of underperforming singles. The chorus from the album’s single “People Are Strange” inspired the name of the 2010 documentary of the Doors, When You’re Strange.
Although session musician Larry Knechtel had been featured on bass on several tracks on the band’s debut album,Strange Days was the first Doors album recorded with a studio musician on bass on most of the tracks, and this continued on all subsequent studio albums.[30] Manzarek explained that his keyboard bass was well-suited for live situations but that it lacked the “articulation” needed for studio recording. Douglass Lubahn played on Strange Days and the next two albums; but the band used several other musicians for this role, often using more than one bassist on the same album. Kerry Magness, Leroy Vinnegar, Harvey Brooks, Ray Neopolitan, Lonnie Mack, Jerry Scheff, Jack Conrad (who played a major role in the post Morrison years touring with the group in 1971 and 1972), Chris Ethridge, Charles Larkey and Leland Sklar are credited as bassists who worked with the band.
James Douglas Morrison (December 8, 1943 – July 3, 1971) was an American singer, songwriter and poet, who served as the lead vocalist of the rock band the Doors. Due to his poetic lyrics, distinctive voice, wild personality, unpredictable and erratic performances, and the dramatic circumstances surrounding his life and early death, Morrison is regarded by music critics and fans as one of the most iconic and influential frontmen in rock history. Since his death, his fame has endured as one of popular culture’s most rebellious and oft-displayed icons, representing the generation gap and youth counterculture. Light My Fire The Doors Karaoke Slow
Together with Ray Manzarek, Morrison co-founded the Doors during the summer of 1965 in Venice, California. The band spent two years in obscurity until shooting to prominence with their number-one single in the United States, “Light My Fire,” taken from their self-titled debut album. Morrison wrote or co-wrote many of the Doors’ songs, including “Light My Fire”, “Break On Through (To the Other Side)”, “The End”, “Moonlight Drive”, “People Are Strange”, “Hello, I Love You”, “Roadhouse Blues”, “L.A. Woman”, and “Riders on the Storm”. He recorded a total of six studio albums with the Doors, all of which sold well and received critical acclaim. Though the Doors recorded two more albums after Morrison died, his death severely affected the band’s fortunes, and they split up in 1973. In 1993, Morrison was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of the Doors.
Morrison was also well known for improvising spoken word poetry passages while the band played live. Morrison was ranked number 47 on Rolling Stone’s list of the “100 Greatest Singers of All Time”,[2] and number 22 on Classic Ro
Morrison developed an alcohol dependency during the 1960s, which at times affected his performances on stage.He died unexpectedly at the age of 27 in Paris. As no autopsy was performed, the cause of Morrison’s death remain