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#FanArtFriday: We always love to see your artistic creations of the band from Venice!

If you have a drawing of Jim, Ray, Robby, & John that you’re proud of, we want to see it! Post them on Instagram or Twitter—with the hashtag #TheDoorsArt + tag @TheDoors—to be featured.

Sharon Lewis

6 days ago

Have poster and concert tickets and every book every written

Jannu Rajput

7 days ago

Got the meth grind going.

Michele Shilhanek

7 days ago

Looks good, but it looks more like Val Kilmer than JM.

Such an incredible #TheDoorsCover of “Riders On The Storm” by Luna Lee on the gayageum—a traditional Korean stringed instrument.

What’s your favorite song by The Doors to play? Share a video of it with us on Instagram or Twitter using the hashtag #TheDoorsCover + tagging @TheDoors, to be featured.

Yolanda Bell

11 days ago

Marc-olivier, ça tellement un son oriental nice du Gayageum!👌🏻

Αλεξανδρος Μπιλικας

11 days ago

Ray and Jim would've loved it. Have Robbie and John seen it?

Katie Hall

11 days ago

Philip Armendarez Galib Mirza

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Joy Ana King

11 days ago

"Si les portes de la perception étaient nettoyées toute chose/apparaîtrait à l'homme telle qu'elle est - infinie. » tiré de The Marriage of Heaven and Hell).

Komori Takashi

11 days ago

"Alors Jim, toujours au père LACHAISE, pas sûr ? "

Adéla Kořánová

11 days ago

Scott Kleinknecht.......funny, I've seen that same expression on YOUR FACE......😎😎

A huge Happy Birthday to blues pioneer, Chester Arthur Burnett a.k.a. Howlin’ Wolf.

On The Doors’ influences, Ray Manzarek told NPR: “We were aware of Howlin’ Wolf and John Coltrane and Miles Davis.” Armed with the combination of blues—from Ray’s hometown of Chicago—beat poetry, & surf rock, “we stood there inventing a new world on psychedelics.”

The Doors would record a cover of the 1960 Howlin’ Wolf single “Back Door Man” (written by Willie Dixon) for their debut, self-titled album. Give it a spin: http://found.ee/doorbdm

Sean McLoughlin

12 days ago

One of the greats.

Felipe Sanchez

12 days ago

Mr howlin wolf

Génesis Nathaly Miranda

12 days ago

He is still alive? One of the great bluesman by far.

#TheDoorsHistory: On June 6, 1970, The Doors performed live at the Pacific Coliseum in Vancouver, BC. Audio from this concert would be released in 2010 as the album, ‘Live in Vancouver 1970’—featuring blues legend Albert King sitting in on guitar for four songs: “Little Red Rooster,” “Money,” “Rock Me,” & “Who Do You Love?”

What are your favorite renditions of The Doors songs from this show? Order a copy of The Doors ‘Live in Vancouver, 1970’ on CD & relive the magic: http://found.ee/doorsvancouver

Francesca Miccolis

15 days ago

sorry wasn't a big fan of the doors for some reason :(

Kathy Daly

16 days ago

June 06, 2018 - #210 Jayson Heyward Grand Slam! 🧤

Cherie Kaulaity

16 days ago

The Doors the best

Bring Jim, Ray, Robby, & John home with you—grab this print of Paul Ferrara’s photograph, “The Doors of Perception,” from The Doors’ store, today.

Paul was a close friend of the band, who attended film school with Jim & Ray, & photographed the album cover for ‘Waiting for the Sun’ and filmed much of the behind-the-scenes footage later used in the 2009 documentary, “When You’re Strange.”

Order your print & join The Doors’ inner circle: http://found.ee/doorsperceptionprint

Valeria Watson

16 days ago

He went to the school for this?.. he needs to go back and learn more

Ryzal James

16 days ago

They are forever

Salma Mohamed

16 days ago

Chigona imajen de mi jim

#TheDoorsHistory: “Hello, I Love You”—the second single from The Doors’ third studio album, ‘Waiting for the Sun’—was released, 50 years ago, today! Featuring “Love Street” as the B-side, “Hello, I Love You” reached #1 on the US Billboard charts & was the band’s first major hit in the UK.

Did you know that the final verse of “Hello, I Love You” was written by Jim, 3 years before the song was recorded, while he was living on Venice Beach in Los Angeles, CA? Head to Spotify & jump in the game: http://found.ee/doorshello

📸: The “Hello, I Love You” album cover from the France release.

Torben Larsen

18 days ago

Still love this song.

Hanna Gerlica

18 days ago

Yes I do

Brandom SQ Hardesty

18 days ago

I read somewhere that this single was released in stereo, which was still a rare thing in 1968. This was seen as a leader away from mono singles toward stereo instead. That’s quite a fact, isn’t it?

Happy Birthday to the Beat poet, Allen Ginsberg—a major influence on both Jim Morrison & Ray Manzarek.

On the right, Jim is reading a copy of Ginsberg’s poetry collection, ‘Planet News,’ in a photograph by Art Kane.

“Jim considered himself a poet. Jim admired the Beats and wanted his poetry recognized along with that of [Michael] McClure and Allen Ginsberg.” - Rock journalist, Al Aronowitz

Lauren Grovner

18 days ago

considered or not he is poet.for sure biger than dylan-who frauded 4-5 generations and became.capitalist.I knew it that is something wrong about him,,,,(female chromosomes suppose)

Kristen Valdez

18 days ago

You sure thats Jim not Ian? The very first time i saw The Cult i was like, “wow” that guy really wants to be Jim Morrison! Little did i know lol

Philippe Gautier D'aulnay

19 days ago

Jim before he came out of the closet?

Are you a Doors fan? Show off your Doors tattoos on Instagram or Twitter using the tag #TheDoorsTattoo for a chance to be featured!

Show off your knowledge of The Doors’ history with the ‘Bright Midnight Archives’ pocket tee!

In response to the unfair racket of expensive, bootleg recordings—with inferior audio quality—circulating in the 1970s, The Doors created the Bright Midnight Archives to release their archived, live audio & uncovered tapes that had never been heard before!

Order your shirt: http://found.ee/DoorsBMAtee

Mary Jane Pasion Gardaya

23 days ago

Cool. Listened to them in the sixties and now

ColinSandrine Thomas

23 days ago

Live in New York is over $200 Australian . That's absurd . I'll stick with my old bootlegs .

April White

23 days ago

Susan Rae Henry

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Ydiemni Stephanie Villa

24 days ago

There's only one Jim. I miss him

Korim Khan

24 days ago

They are forever

Moisés Martins

25 days ago

Band news? :D :D CANT WAIT

“Occupation?” “Umm….” 😏 — Is there a more existential question?

Relive the Band from Venice with “The Doors: The Best Of” playlist on Spotify: http://found.ee/DoorsBestOf

Anjela Pertusatti

a month ago

#20 hit a homerun in the fourth inning - Ray's Day!

Allison John Lovell

a month ago

Ariel Reyes Rojas clasico !

Filipa Themudo Ferreira

a month ago

Denmark: China's Organ Harvesting Crimes Condemned at Doctor's Fair
November 23, 2017 | By Minghui correspondent Shu Hui

g) Volunteers for Doctors Against Forced Organ Harvesting (DAFOH) in Denmark participated in Lægedage 2017 (Doctor's Fair) between November 13 and 17, to inform attendees about the forced organ harvesting in China.

Sponsored by the Organisation of General Practitioners in Denmark (PLO), this event at Bella Center in Copenhagen drew over 4,000 physicians and medical professionals. For the third time, Doctors Against Forced Organ Harvesting (DAFOH) set up a booth at this event and exposed organ harvesting from living Falun Gong practitioners in China.

Medical professionals learn about forced organ harvesting in China during Lægedage 2017 (Doctor's Fair) in Copenhagen between 13 and 17, 2017.

Heart Surgeon: This Is Shocking
Because forced organ harvesting is covered up in China, even those who have been there may not know of its existence. One doctor interested in traditional Chinese medicine said she had just come back from China. Surprised to learn about forced organ harvesting in China, she spent a long time reading related materials including graphs and statistics. She said she didn't know before that this is a state-sanctioned crime that has been carried out on a mass scale.

When reading information obtained from phone interviews and independent investigations, she saw a list of hospitals with unidentified organ sources. Pointing at the Armed Police General Hospital, she said, “I met some doctors from this hospital during meetings in China. I can't believe something so vicious went on there.”

David, a doctor who signed a petition calling for an end to the atrocity, said that one of his colleagues was a heart surgeon. “During an international medical conference, my friend met a doctor from China. That doctor said many organ transplants took place in China and surgeries could easily be arranged whenever needed by patients.” David said his colleague found this shocking, since need-based organ transplant could only mean one thing, that is, need-based killing. Based on this, he said he would avoid going to China for medical conferences.

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

Today, we remember The Doors co-founder & keyboardist, Ray Manzarek.

"No other keyboard player in the world could fill Ray's shoes!" - John Densmore

Shqipe Shala Peja

a month ago

ademas de teclista, también ejercía de bajista con el otro teclado (siempre utilizaba dos teclados simultaneamente). Un fiera, el Manzarek.

Nathan Philippe

a month ago

anyone who can create a memorable opening rift for a song in less than 5 minutes is a genius in my books

Aaron Nazareth

a month ago

Ray's fuse of jazz (Fatha Hines), blues and rock was exhilarating and inspiring. Ray cast the spell for The Lizard King and sang in Morrison's absence without a let-up in his driving rhythms.A most fascinating, learned mind. The Universal Mind of the band.

Show us your ink! 💉 We love this portrait of Jim, submitted by Dal Nolan (IG: @djnolan84)!

Do you have any tattoos of The Doors? Post with the hashtag #TheDoorsTattoo on Instagram or Twitter, & tag @TheDoors, for a chance to be featured.

Ianeile Austeb

a month ago

That's the best tattoo of Jim I've ever seen! The details is AMAZING! !!!

Selma Altumbabic

a month ago

Only an idiot gets this tattooed on his chest

Jonas Mahmood

a month ago

Best tattoo I ever saw was at a Lynyrd Skynyrd concert. This guy had the faces of the crash victims on his back via Mount Rushmore with a skyline of the Confederate Battle Flag.

The band from Venice created more than music! Dive into the poetry, art, and mysticism of The Doors by signing up for the official newsletter for exclusive news, contests, sales and much more: found.ee/doorsnewsletter

Cliff Segars

a month ago

What's with the photo? Were they on Gilligan's Island?

Angele Mboughe

a month ago

I don’t think that’s a forest of azure.

Jeorgen Monster Tusk

a month ago

Looks like a Rousseau painting.

Send us your photos with The Doors!

Use the hashtag #TheDoorsAndMe on Instagram & Twitter, and tag @TheDoors, to be featured. 🤳🏼

Constantin Fokin

a month ago

That Wall was Blue before?!

Eduardo Cifuentes

a month ago

joplinMorrison. I love you😍

Augusto Parente

a month ago

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#TheDoorsHistory: In 1970, The Doors performed at Cobo Arena in Detroit with John Sebastian of The Lovin' Spoonful. Can you imagine paying $3.50 to see them? 🙀

The version of “Been Down So Long” that is featured on the live compilation “The Bright Midnight Sampler” was recorded during this show. Stream it now on Spotify: http://found.ee/DoorsBMSamp
This limited-edition “Light My Fire” 50th Anniversary Japanese 7" vinyl is worth adding to your collection for the artwork alone! 🇯🇵

Grab your copy of this reproduction of the very rare Japanese Elektra Doors single that came out in 1967 – containing the original mono A & B sides: the single edit of “Light My Fire” and the album version of “The Crystal Ship."

Order yours now: http://found.ee/doorsstore

Mary Canty

a month ago

I saw the Doors in 1968. Don't remember the price of the tickets, but $3.50 sounds about right.

Larry Bowling

a month ago

But you do know what inflation is, and that it´s kind of senseless to compare prices in such a simple way, don´t you? ;-)

Cameron Hood

a month ago

As hard to imagine Morrison singing Daydream as to imagine Sebastian singing The End.

#TheDoorsHistory: On May 5, 1966, a brand-new band from Venice called The Doors was only a few months into their first series of live concerts (ever!), when a UCLA student named Nettie Pena decided to record them on a reel-to-reel.

These recordings—taken during the band’s debut run as the house band at the London Fog club in Hollywood, CA—would be released as the ‘London Fog 1966’ live album in 2017 as part of the 50 years of The Doors celebration. Get your copy today: http://found.ee/LdnFog66

Benytzel Delgado

2 months ago

They look so young in this pic but in just one more year they had a number one hit "Light My Fire "and were world famous. I was fortunate enough to have seen them in 68. The
They were only around for just a few years. After all these years, they are still world famous. 😎

Kapona Goedel

2 months ago

Light my fire is forever never Died
Javier dragon

Sierra Nicole Elfstrom

2 months ago

Time is cruel. Here and gone so fast. Like water on a hot roof. Pause often and take in what feels good. Love ya Jim. I sing in a Doors Tribute band in New Jersey because of the power the Doors music gave me. Massive Thanks. Mojo

On this day in #TheDoorsHistory, “The Unknown Soldier”—the first single off the album ‘Waiting for the Sun’—peaked at #39 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts in 1968. The single featured “We Could Be So Good Together” as the B-side.

Did you know that the single-version of “The Unknown Soldier” differed from the album, as it actually featured the sound of a different gunshot, and neither the sounds of the cheering crowd or tolling bell were included?

Stream the finished product on Spotify: http://found.ee/DoorsUnkS

Keith Roberts

2 months ago

"Hey Man, you want girls, grass, pills? This place has everything, C'mon, I'll show you.......

Kiran Sable

2 months ago

I took a trip and listened to the doors
#ridethesnake

Sharad Patel

2 months ago

Wonderful group the Doors Forever

We love receiving all of your wonderful artistic creations of The Doors!
Share your designs, using the hashtag #TheDoorsArt on Instagram or Twitter, & tag @TheDoors, for a chance to be featured.
- Team The Doors

Carolyn Disbro

2 months ago

Heather Hanshaw Bond you need to do a Jim Morrison!

Dawn Kero

2 months ago

Fantastic group the Doors

Wanda Thompson

2 months ago

So talented! All of these submissions!

#TheDoorsHistory - On this day in 1970, The Doors’ performance at The Spectrum in Philadelphia was recorded & archived, then released in 2005 as the “Live in Philadelphia ‘70” album.

What’s your favorite song from this rare release?

Stream the live version of “Light My Fire” from this concert on Spotify: http://found.ee/DoorsBMSamp

Vida Mensah Ama

2 months ago

Wish i was born by that time!

Kayla Green

2 months ago

Fantastic crowd and show!

Ruth Downie

2 months ago

Light my fire

Jim & Ray: Artists and brothers.

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🙌🏼

Per-Olof Mellgren

2 months ago

Get Robbie in there and I MIGHT get aroused

Victor Siemons

2 months ago

Latest band news?

Martin Wimmer

2 months ago

My friend plugged a guitar into a Vox tube amp once and I found when I shut it off and the tubes would cool, I could play with one hand and ripped a solo day that made me see Jimmy. Totally by accident dropped both our jaws. He had the bright idea to get a variable power supply and, 💥, caught the curtain and almost his house on fire. Luckily he tore it down and threw it out the front door much to his pain.

Love these drawings of the fellas!

Don’t forget to share your creations using the hashtag #TheDoorsArt on Instagram or Twitter for a chance to be featured. We love to see how the band has inspired your creativity. - Team Doors

Lala Mtz

2 months ago

Australia: Catholic Weekly Reports on China's Forced Live Organ Harvesting from Imprisoned Falun Gong Practitioners
July 25, 2017 |
( Catholic Weekly of Australia carried an article online titled “China’s harvest of blood, built upon Falun Dafa prisoners of conscience” by Catherine Sheehan on July 19, 2017.

Sheehan interviewed two Falun Gong practitioners, Eric Jia and his aunt Lorrita Liu, whose family suffer the Chinese Communist Party's (CCP) brutal persecution. Jia worries most that his father, a Falun Gong practitioner who has suffered torture in incarceration due to his belief, might be a victim of the CCP's state-sanctioned live organ harvesting from Falun Gong practitioners for lucrative profit.

Falun Gong practitioner Eric Jia and his aunt Lorrita Liu holding her family photo.

In the photo is Lorrita Liu, 38 years old, from Xi’an City in Shaanxi Province, and her two sisters, her two young nephews and her mother.

“There are no fathers, no husbands,” the article points out. “They are smiling in the photo, but underneath the smiles the members of this family carry a terrible suffering.

“Lorrita’s father, Jialu Liu, passed away from a sudden heart-attack, brought on by intense persecution from Chinese authorities. 'He suffered under pressure,' Lorrita says.

“In the center of the photo is the kindly face of Lorrita’s 72 year-old mother Yuhua Li, who had just been released from a brainwashing center in Xi’an City the day before our interview. That was the fifth time the elderly woman has been arrested. She has been tortured, repeatedly beaten, shocked with electric batons, deprived of sleep for three days in a row and sent to a forced labor camp for one year.”

Lorrita's sister, Chunxia Liu, is currently detained in Xincheng District Detention Center in Xi’an City. She was arrested along with her mother on March 22 this year.

Lorrita’s 19-year-old nephew Eric Jia worries about whether his dad—Ye Jia—who is still in China, will escape the brutal persecution. He hasn't known his father whereabouts since his release from detention last year. “Eric said, 'He was tortured. He was locked-up on a bunk-bed and the police put chemicals in his mouth and he was vomiting blood. He was beaten by the prison guards.'”

The article continued, “What has this very normal-looking Chinese family done to cause the Chinese government to persecute them so ferociously?

“They are practitioners of a form of spiritual meditation based on ancient Chinese culture called Falun Gong, or Falun Dafa. The practice is based on the principles of truthfulness, compassion, and tolerance and promotes physical and mental health.”

Lorrita’s mother Yuhua Li was the first in the family to start practicing Falun Gong. Soon after, she recovered from a serious illness, and the rest of her family were inspired to join her.

The article stated, “Following its introduction to China in 1992 by founder Li Hongzhi, the Chinese government actually promoted the practice as they could see the health benefits to the population translating into savings for the country’s healthcare system. However, when the number of practitioners became more numerous than members of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), the government changed its tune drastically, instead seeing the meditation practice as a threat to the Party’s authority. Falun Gong was also considered a reversion to ancient Chinese culture, something the CCP had tried to wipe-out during the years of the Cultural Revolution.

“And so in 1999 the brutal persecution of Falun Gong began at the behest of Jiang Zemin, then President of the CCP. This persecution, which continues unabated today, involves labor camps, brainwashing classes, and all forms of torture including sleep deprivation and sexual abuse.

“After the persecution began, Eric’s father went to Beijing to petition for Falun Gong.

“Eric said, 'He was the first one in my family to be arrested. If you’ve been to Beijing you get more punishment. He is the main target of the persecution in our family, plus he is a man. The third and fourth time he was arrested in 2002, when I was three or four, the police came to the house.'”

Eric's grandmother and aunt were deprived of sleep, beaten with electric batons, and subjected to forced labor. His grandmother was tortured with the “Tiger Chair,” in which she had to sit upright for several days without food or water.

The report went on, “This persecution is being carried out despite the fact that there is no law in China making Falun Gong illegal. Eric explained that people are detained in houses referred to as 'black jails,' meaning illegal prisons. At the brainwashing classes detainees are forced to watch propaganda videos demonizing Falun Gong 24 hours a day.”

Christina LK

2 months ago

Wonderful group The Doors Forever .

Patty Lietz Forsline

2 months ago

Sarah proudman great pictures

Happy Birthday to “The Velvet Bulldozer,” blues guitarist Albert King, who collaborated with The Doors on their ‘Live In Vancouver 1970’ album!

Ray Manzarek described playing with King by saying, "It was exciting. Albert King was going to be playing the blues with Robby Krieger, while Jim Morrison sings... The Doors are excited because Albert King is coming onstage, so we played great. Then Albert comes on, and we played even better!”

Grab a copy of the album from the online store: http://found.ee/liveinvan

Lavon Christie

2 months ago

I tried to think of anyone in the music scene over the years who even come close to being like the Doors with Jims gift for words, and the only one I can come up with is; Brandon Michael Perry of the group Dead Can Dance. I played the song "Black Sun" for a friend of mine and he thought it was Jim Morrison....

Melissa Foose

2 months ago

I can only imagine what the Doors could have been capable of, if Jim hadn't departed so prematurely...We need people like the Doors more than ever...

Sandra Day

2 months ago

Didn't know that, that is so cool... Need that album right away

We have an EXTREMELY limited number of The Doors’ “Live At The Matrix Part 2: Let’s Feed Ice Cream To The Rats, San Francisco, CA – March 7 & 10, 1967” vinyl available in The Doors official online store!

Order your copy NOW because once these are gone, they are gone for good: http://found.ee/DoorsRSD18

Petr Kandracenka

2 months ago

Record store day bullshit again ........ go buy a real bootleg .... sick of paying corporate wankers for artistic license

Enzo Fabregat

2 months ago

The Doors Forever.

Steph Liz Wilson

2 months ago

All sold out...bummer!

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Regarded as “The Door’s most honest live release,” ‘The Doors: Live in Boston 1970’ was recorded at Boston Arena, 48 years ago today. One fan remembers the epic night:

“The Doors ripped and screamed and hammered through the central stretches of his ‘Celebration,’ from ‘Waiting for the Sun.’ And with one long final howl and a snare-shot from Densmore, they took off into ‘Light My Fire,’ hammering the first show closed with a pair of long first-rate solos from Ray and Robby.”

Listen to the album: http://found.ee/doorsbs

Bertha Rios

2 months ago

I grew up loving the Doors and still do...but thats just plain moronic, sorry

Kaloy Lañada

2 months ago

Most of these humanoids never even saw or heard the Doors when Jim was alive - all tattoos are just stupid!

Eligia Lopez

2 months ago

Why do these people have Val kilmer on them?

Absolutely incredible detail on this Jim Morrison tattoo from Kruchkova Anna (Instagram: @anna.works)!

Don’t forget to share your fresh ink with us, using the hashtag #TheDoorsTattoo on Instagram & Twitter, for a chance to be featured on the feed!

Let me sleep all night..in your soul kitchen!!

Love Bastien

2 months ago

Wow! I wish i had ink lik that especially anuthing to do witj the doors!

Ben Moss

2 months ago

Does the right too above jims hair look like a butterfly wing to anyone else? Yeah i know b4 anyone says "the scream of the butterfly" x

Are you ready for Record Store Day on April 21? Get to your local record story early so you don’t miss out on getting your limited edition copy of The Doors’ “Live At The Matrix Part 2: Let’s Feed Ice Cream To The Rats, San Francisco, CA – March 7 & 10, 1967” on vinyl!

Mastered by Bruce Botnick from the recently unearthed first generation recordings, these won’t last long! Find your participating, local record stores here: http://found.ee/rsd18

Jackie Thomas-Jones

3 months ago

Kimberly Powell. I know what i want for my birthday

주영재

3 months ago

Whiskey Rats....lol

Mehmetsait Akkoyun

3 months ago

Stephen Clark if you go, get me this please

A very Happy Birthday to blues legend and favorite of The Doors, Muddy Waters!

Growing up in Chicago, Ray Manzarek had a great appreciation for Muddy. He spoke to NPR of how an appreciation for Muddy & the blues, jazz artists like Miles Davis & John Coltrane, flamenco, surf rock, & beatnik poetry became “the blend of The Doors as the sun is setting into the Pacific Ocean at the end, the terminus of Western civilization.”

Stream The Doors cover of Waters’ “Close To You” off their album ‘Absolutely Live’ - recorded at the Felt Forum in New York on January 18, 1970: http://found.ee/doorsabslive

Kelly McCurdy Peay

3 months ago

One of THE ORIGINALS...One of THE GREATS...of the LEGENDS

Cressida Tarver-Browning

3 months ago

Good old Muddy.
What a legendary performer.

Alessandro Teixeira da Silva

3 months ago

The electric blues began when Muddy hit Chicago and plugged in his guitar!

Trivia time! Do you know where the phrase “Mr. Mojo Risin’” came from? — A) It was a childhood nickname given to Jim Morrison by his school friends. B) It’s an anagram of Jim Morrison C) Ray came up with the phrase & intended for it to be the title of The Door’s second album. D) It was the name of a Thai restaurant near the band’s rehearsal space. — (Photos taken in Frankfurt, Germany in 1968) #TheDoors #MrMojoRisin #RockPhotography #Concert

Watch Aerosmith cover “Love Me Two Times” by The Doors on MTV Unplugged:

Tanner Gonzales

3 months ago

Horrible! I love Steven Tyler, but this was really bad😡

Ricky Poulter

3 months ago

Not so glad of this cover. I admire the work of Aerosmith but in this case well... no. :'(

Hidetsugu Ito

3 months ago

Just gonna put this out there..obviously the remaining members of The Doors liked this rendition of THEIR song otherwise they wouldn’t have shared it on their FB page! 😂😂

#TBT Watch @Aerosmith cover “Love Me Two Times” on @MTV Unplugged in 1990! 🎵📺 — #Aerosmith #LoveMeTwoTimes #MTV #MTVUnplugged #StevenTyler

Got a photo of you with the band from Venice? Want to show off your favorite album? Send us your selfies with The Doors! Use the hashtag #TheDoorsAndMe on Instagram & Twitter, and tag @TheDoors, to be featured.🤳 — #TheDoors #JimMorrison #Selfie #ClassicRock

Sharon Gipson

3 months ago

The Doors era was one of the best. Long hair was in style. It was the psychedelic era. I was in Junior High and Hello I Love You was a hit on the radio. Love and Love-ins were a theme back then. How did we ever deviate away from loving one another?

Skyy Mcgee

3 months ago

I bought Morrison Hotel when I was 14 years old... needless to say it was a life changing album, one that pointed me in the right musical direction. I have come to love every Doors album but Morrison Hotel stands as my favorite for nostalgic reasons... it's the one that started it all for me. To this day I feel as though "Indian Summer" is the most underrated Doors song of all time. Beautiful music!

عمر الوكيل الوكيل

3 months ago

My daddy raised me with the Doors and passed on his love for their music to his kids. He told me everything about the lyrics and their meaning. Still has the original lyric books. We sometimes play a game where we text each other a sentence from a song, and then have to guess what song it is from. That is so much fun. We know their songs from the back to the front.

The band from Venice created more than music. Dive into the poetry, art, & mysticism of The Doors by signing up for the official newsletter. Hit the bio link to subscribe & receive exclusive news, contests, sales, & much more! — #BandFromVenice #JimRayRobbyJohn #LoveStreet #BreakOnThrough

Spotted at the #MarchForOurLives in Nebraska yesterday. The kids are alright. — #Enough #NeverAgain #JimMorrison

Add this 32" x 40" limited edition artisanal lithograph, Butterfly Lady, to your art collection today. Created by The Family Dog for The Doors and signed by Victor Moscoso, it's inspired by a Thomas Edison motion picture and gives the beautiful illusion that she's dancing.

Available exclusively in The Doors online store: http://found.ee/ButterflyLadyFamilyDog

Paul McGowan

3 months ago

Reminds me of, I believe the first, Steve Miller Band album cover.

Luke Jones

3 months ago

Awesome poster. Love the colors.

Melissa Francis

3 months ago

The Sparrow I believe was an early incarnation of Steppenwolf.

"The Southern California psych-rockers play[ed] four sets of music spread across two nights. The final set on the second evening was the one to catch. That night, The Doors played their regular collection of material but apparently enjoyed themselves so much that they came back after most of the crowd had thinned out and played again for nearly an hour. It was an incredible showing." - @RollingStone on The Doors' shows at Fillmore East on March 22-23 of '68. — #RollingStone #FillmoreEast #1968 #MusicHistory

"The Southern California psych-rockers play[ed] four sets of music spread across two nights. The final set on the second evening was the one to catch. That night, The Doors played their regular collection of material but apparently enjoyed themselves so much that they came back after most of the crowd had thinned out and played again for nearly an hour. It was an incredible showing." - Rolling Stone on The Doors' shows at Fillmore East on March 22-23 of '68.

Clery Rivero

3 months ago

Anyone can tell me what $5 from the 60's represents now ??

Francine G. Oliver

3 months ago

Saw them in Phoenix Arizona same price 5 bucks front row Best concert ever love them to this day

Alexandra Calin

3 months ago

Jeez, when I saw them in San Diego the tickets were expensive, $6.00!

Add this 32" x 40” limited-edition, artisanal lithograph, Butterfly Lady, to your art collection today! 🦋💃 Created by The Family Dog for The Doors, & signed by Victor Moscoso, the poster is inspired by a Thomas Edison motion picture & gives the beautiful illusion that she’s dancing. Available exclusively in The Doors online store. — #TheFamilyDog #Lithograph #ButterflyLady

"Schooled in flamenco and jazz, Robby Krieger pushed beyond rock at a time when most players were still bound to the blues." - Rolling Stone on naming Robby one of 100 Greatest Guitarists.

Hear Robby's genius on "Roadhouse Blues": http://found.ee/RoadhouseBlues

What are your favorite songs by Robby?

Baljiwan Rawat

3 months ago

No Me Moleste Mosquito! Robby, I'm so glad you brought up this song and the 2 post morrison albums on The Big Interview with Dan Rathers. Great tune! Great guitar. Perfect epitaph.

Roland Torres

3 months ago

I like all of his work but off the top of my head, the slide solo on Moonlight Drive always brings a smile...

Diane Mitchell

3 months ago

I think Maggie M’Gill stands out in my mind. The dirty tone on Robby’s guitar just puts me in a good mood every time I hear it

“Schooled in flamenco & jazz, Robby Krieger pushed beyond rock at a time when most players were still bound to the blues.” - @RollingStone on naming Robby Krieger one of the 100 Greatest Guitarists 🎸 What are your favorite songs by Robby? — #RobbyKrieger #RollingStone #Guitar #Guitarist #Greatest

TONIGHT don’t miss the premiere of THE BIG INTERVIEW featuring Robby Krieger & John Densmore! The guys sat down with Dan Rather (@thedanrather) at the Whisky a Go Go for an in-depth interview about everything from music to activism. Don’t miss it on AXS TV, tonight at 9 P.M. ET/ 6 P.M. PT — #TheBigInterview #DanRather #JohnDensmore #RobbyKrieger #Television

Check out this amazing mural submitted by fan Victor Gomez from Mansfield, Texas. Have you seen any Doors-inspired street art? Post a photo on Twitter or Instagram using the hashtag #TheDoorsArt to be featured like Victor! - Team Doors

Wiz Fernando Flores Flores

3 months ago

The Door's will be as relevant 100 years from now as they are today. Jim will be taught in schools and universities profiling his assembling of words and conscious collective thoughts.....

En Breña, Lima, hubo uno que iluminó la esquina de las calles Carhuaz y Chamaya, a principios de los 90. Obra de un gran amigo artista, Luis Segura. Todos quienes pudieron verlo quedaron maravillados.

Morgan Blackshear

3 months ago

Val kilmer right on

Check out this amazing mural submitted by fan Victor Gomez in Mansfield, Texas. Have you seen any Doors-inspired street art? Post a photo to Twitter or Instagram using the hashtag #TheDoorsArt to be featured like Victor! - Team The Doors — #StreetArt #Graffiti #JimMorrison #Mural

"[With 'Strange Days'] we were more relaxed in the studio and we were experimenting. - John Densmore

Listen to 'Strange Days' now and hear that experimentation: http://found.ee/StrangeDaysSpotify

Karolina Jelenc

3 months ago

One of the better second albums after a ‘great first album’ ...

Maria Adlaßnig

3 months ago

El gran John Densmore, siempre ha estado bajo la sombra de muy buenos bateristas.
Pero en lo personal fue uno de los mejores baterista...ya que sabia tocar de todo.
Desde Jazz hasta Heavy Rock!
Esta en mi top 5!!!

Victor Trassi

3 months ago

One of my favorite musicians, it was because of him and also John bonham and Mitch Mitchell that I start up to play drums. Thanks John! 😆

"I liked Jim's complexity, his brilliance. I think he was one of the finest, clearest spirits of our times." - Michael McClure, famed poet.

Which of Jim's poems and song lyrics do you find to be the most captivating?

Bigg Red

3 months ago

Awake. Shake dreams from your hair my pretty child, my sweet one choose the day and choose the sign of your day, the day's divinity. First thing you see, a vast radiant beach in a cool jeweled moon, couples naked race down by it's quiet side, and we laugh like soft, mad children smug in the wooly cotton brains of infancy. The music and voices are all around us.

Jefferson Ocampo Benalcázar

3 months ago

Before you slip into unconsciousness/
I'd like to have another kiss/
Another flashing chance at bliss

Jan Vd B

3 months ago

For seven years I dwelt in the loose palace of exile playing strange games with the girls of the island- now I have come again to the land of the fair the strong and the wise- brothers and sisters of the pale Forrest children of night, who amongst you will run with the hunt? Now night arrives with her purple Legion, retire now to your tents and to your dreams- for tomorrow we enter the town of my birth............ I want to be ready !

Dan Rather sat down with Robby Krieger and John Densmore at the Whisky a Go Go to discuss everything from the music to the activism, to how the world has changed since The Doors first debuted. Don't miss this must-see episode of THE BIG INTERVIEW, premiering March 20 at 9pm ET/ 6pm PT on AXS TV.

Uttam Tamang

3 months ago

At least Rather won't need to lie to do these interviews.

Niuton Paganella

3 months ago

Thanks for this!

Kristin Kinsky

3 months ago

Robert Plant too......

Get this one-of-a-kind, 23" x 32" print by The Family Dog. This rare and exclusive print, signed by Ray Manzarek, Robby Krieger, & John Densmore, is not to be missed! Hit the bio link and add it to your collection today. — #TheFamilyDog #Print #RayManzarek #RobbyKrieger #JohnDensmore

#HappyBirthday to author, Jack Kerouac! “If [Jack Kerouac] hadn’t written ‘On The Road,’ The Doors never would have existed.” - Ray Manzarek In which song lyrics do you hear traces of Kerouac’s influence? — #Birthday #HBD #JackKerouac #Legend

Happy Birthday to author, Jack Kerouac!

"If [Jack Kerouac] hadn't written 'On The Road,' The Doors never would have existed." - Ray Manzarek

In which song lyrics do you hear traces of Kerouac's influence?

Ηλιάνα Λιόλιου

3 months ago

I hear Kerouac's influence in L'america and The Wasp (Texas Radio And The Big Beat)

Draxter Thrillex

3 months ago

Jack Kerouac foi um dos grandes escritores de seu tempo, assim como The Doors uma das bandas mais icônicas do rock...

Dragen Man

3 months ago

"Indians scattered on dawn's highway bleeding. Ghosts crowd the young child's fragile eggshell mind". That's pretty Kerouac.