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FINALLY DIGGING WITH DOORS!!!
26 May 2011
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McLennonSon
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Some guy showed me Doors, and they were AWESOME!a-hard-days-night-george-6

These are the songs I've heard yet:

Riders on the Storm

Break on Through

Light My Fire

 

Which are YOUR favorites?a-hard-days-night-george-9

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26 May 2011
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skye
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I've always liked People Are Strange.

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26 May 2011
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The Doors is one of my favorite bands. Psychadelic Blues Rock in its finest.

The Doors first album, The Doors, is absolutely amazing. Along with Sgt. Pepper's, it was the soundtrack of the summer of 1967. Jim Morrsion is a great showman. The whole band is great.

L.A. Woman, Love Me Two Times, People Are Strange, Light My Fire, Soul Kitchen, Roadhouse Blues, Alabama Song (Whiskey Bar), and Touch Me are some of my favorite sings by them.

*9* John likes them too.

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26 May 2011
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Ah the Doors, another great 60's band. My favorite by them would be Light My Fire. I also enjoy Riders on the Storm too.

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27 May 2011
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Wonderful band with such a very unique sound. I have all their studio albums and Robbie Krieger has always been an under-rated guitarist. He was so fantastic. I perform 'Love Me Two Times' during my gigs and always get a positive reaction from our fans.

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27 May 2011
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I did not know there were so many BB-Doors fans!!! a-hard-days-night-paul-8

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27 May 2011
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Favourites:

The End

Peace Frog

The Soft Parade

People Are Strange

Crystal Ship

Hello I Love You

Touch Me

 

Definitely one of my favourite 60s bands! heart 

 

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28 May 2011
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skye
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Hi al.! brian-epstein

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29 May 2011
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al. said:

Favourites:

The End

Peace Frog

The Soft Parade

People Are Strange

Crystal Ship

Hello I Love You

Touch Me

 

Definitely one of my favourite 60s bands! heart 

 

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29 May 2011
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I've never heard a song by The Doors I haven't liked. One of my favorite bands.

When I listen to them, they remind me of the Beatles in that they sound great rocking or mellow. They have a song for every occasion.

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29 May 2011
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I've never really taken the time to listen to them, but from what I think was them, they are great.

I tried to think of something powerful and moving… and failed.  "You were given a choice between war and dishonor - you chose dishonor, and you shall have war" - Winston Churchill
29 May 2011
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RedLennon
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Mr Mojo Risin!  (an anagram for Jim Morrison)    I love The Doors.  One of my favorite 60s bands.

LA Woman

Riders on the Storm

Love me Two Times

Light My Fire

People are Strange

Break on Through to the Otherside

Peace Frog

Some of my favorite I can name off of the top of my head.

Jim died when he was 27, along with Brian Jones, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, and Kurt Cobain.  And his birthday was December 8th, also the day John was shot (different year obviously)

30 May 2011
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I love their first album, particularly the first few songs. If you're interested in a good book on The Doors and Jim Morrison I recommend No One Here Gets Out Alive. Some of Morrison's lyrics were terrible, though. Teenage poetry at its worst.

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31 May 2011
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Joe said:

I love their first album, particularly the first few songs. If you're interested in a good book on The Doors and Jim Morrison I recommend No One Here Gets Out Alive. Some of Morrison's lyrics were terrible, though. Teenage poetry at its worst.

Thanks!!!

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20 July 2011
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I'm having now a BIGGER obsession with The Doorsa-hard-days-night-ringo-15

 

CAN'T STOP IT!!!!blue-meanie

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31 July 2011
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RedLennon said:

Mr Mojo Risin!  (an anagram for Jim Morrison)

I made you an .gif

 

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31 July 2011
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I can't really take the Doors in large doses -- I tend to zone out after a while to their music -- but there are a few songs of theirs that I'd rank as my all-time favourites by anybody…. I absolutely love "Love Her Madly" and "LA Woman", while "People Are Strange" and "Touch Me" are also excellent tunes….and maybe best of all is this one:

 

 

I could listen to "Roadhouse Blues" over and over 

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Light My Fire (long version) is one of my top 5 songs of all times.

Love Me Two Times and Hello I Love You are also great.

5 November 2012
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They really had a unique and easily identifiable sound. First album was perfect; then they started to get worse and worse and still worse…but then they got a little better and then even better again; and then Morrison died. I never did hear the two post-Jim albums so I can't speak of them. But of the rest, I'd say they put out 3 1/2 albums worth of great stuff on 6 albums.

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5 November 2012
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I agree with Von Bontee.

That first album is a perfect album; contributed a great deal to the Summer of Love with Sgt Pepper, All You Need Is Love, Cream, Hendrix, Jefferson Airplane, etc…

Lot of great stuff after that (e.g. When the Music's Over), but you have to hunt and peck around.

Saw the Doors at Madison Square Garden. Great concert (+ until that day, I'd never heard anyone burp into an arena microphone).

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