I came across a story regarding The Doors and John Densmore (Doors Drummer) saying that he does not want to put the band together and find a replacement for Jim Morrison. He did say, however, […]
Ray Manzarek On The Doors’ “Live At The Bowl ’68″: “Those Four Guys Were The Four Horsemen Of The Apocalypse!”
With their second #1 single under their belt (“Hello, I Love You”; the first was “Light My Fire”) the Doors were on top of the world, having realized all their dreams of becoming rock stars in just a few short years. “The best laid plans of mice and men had not gone astray yet,” Manzarek muses. “We dreamed of putting a rock and roll band together on Venice Beach in the summer of 1965. This is now the summer of 1968 and we had attained the goal. We wanted to be as big as the Beatles and the Rolling Stones, and we had arrived at that place.”
Through new interviews with the three surviving members of [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]The Doors[/lastfm], [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Ray Manzarek[/lastfm], [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Robby Krieger[/lastfm] and [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]John Densmore[/lastfm], the new documentary Mr. Mojo Risin – The Story of L.A. Woman is a fitting […]
Forty years ago this month, [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]The Doors[/lastfm] released their final studio album before [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Jim Morrison[/lastfm]‘s untimely death. L.A. Woman was an instant success and has aged its way to “classic” status.
For some odd reason, [lastfm]The Doors[/lastfm] and PBS aren’t mentioned in the same conversations often. I can’t see Mr. Rogers inviting them to the neighborhood to feed the fish! PBS disagrees. They’re going to spotlight [lastfm]Jim […]