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The official Google + for the legendary band, The Doors.
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"Jim Morrison had a will to get this rock concert he heard in his head - before he even met us - to come to fruition.” – John Densmore

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“When these new sounds clicked, as on Robby Krieger’s ‘Touch Me,’ The Doors appeared to be boldly moving into previously undiscovered musical areas — even while retaining the sensual power of their best work.” – Ultimate Classic Rock on “The Soft Parade” released today in 1969.

What’s your favorite song on the album?

Listen here: http://found.ee/TheSoftParade

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“Using piano bass allowed Robby Krieger a whole area of space that he would never have had with a bass player.” – Ray Manzarek

Photo by: Edmund Teske

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#‎FlashbackFriday‬

Photo by Henry Diltz.

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“I just remember that some of the best musical trips we ever took were in clubs.” – Jim Morrison

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“The jam in the middle was too much for the radio edit, but each solo's a note-for-note classic. Ray Manzarek's fierce and melodic organ improvisation, followed by Robby Krieger's smoking, macho-in-his-own-mind fretwork, build the song to a back-clawing climax before Jim Morrison waltzes in for the close.” – Pitchfork on “Light My Fire”

Listen here: http://found.ee/SpotifyLightMyFire

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“I like singing blues — these free, long blues trips where there's no specific beginning or end.” – Jim Morrison

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“The Doors sound is as jaw-dropping and otherworldly on the new state-of-the-art reissues as it was then.” – Clash, May 2007

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Ray Manzarek: February 12, 1939 - May 20, 2013.

“[Ray Manzarek was] one of the world’s greatest musicians and innovators; The most exceptional soul. Ray believed music could change the world.” – Pablo Manzarek

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“The carnivalesque atmosphere running throughout the songs strikes a late-’60s balance of hippie idealism and pre-war nostalgia.” – Ultimate Classic Rock on ‘Strange Days’
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