As we wish, today, The Doors guitarist Robby Krieger, a Happy Birthday, the day is perfect for a ‘BESTS of The Doors’ post

As we wish, today, American guitarist Robby Krieger a Happy Birthday, the time has come to playlist the ‘BESTS’ of his band : The Doors


Photo : Alberto Cabello

Audio : Break on Through (to the Other Side) . Light My Fire . People Are Strange . Riders on the Storm . Love Me Two Times . Roadhouse Blues . Hello, I Love You . Love Her Madly . Touch Me . The End .

Video : Hello, I Love You . Love Me Two Times . Touch Me . Roadhouse Blues . Waiting for the sun . Alabama Song (Whiskey Bar) . The End . Light My Fire . The Crystal Ship . Gloria . Back Door Man . Break On Through (To the Other Side) . Build me a woman . When The Music’s Over . Soul Kitchen . People are Strange . Celebration Of The Lizard . Universal Mind . Who Do You Love . Moonlight Drive .


The Doors’ ‘L.A. Woman’ feat. ‘Riders On The Storm’ is their sixth studio album (and the last to feature Jim Morrison) released on April 19, 1971 by Elektra. >>

The Doors’ ‘Absolutely Live’ is their first live album recorded between July 1969 and May 1970 and released on July 20, 1970 by Elektra. >>

The Doors’ ‘Full Circle’ is their eighth studio album (the second after Morrison’s death) reelased on August 15, 1972 by Elektra. >>

‘The Doors’ is their eponymous debut album released on January 4, 1967 and featuring ‘Light My Fire’, ‘Alabama Song’ and ‘The End’ >>

The Doors ‘Strange Days’ feat.’People Are Strange’ and ‘Love Me Two Times’ is their second studio album released on September 25, 1967 by Elektra >>

The Doors’ ‘Morrison Hotel’ is their fifth studio album released on February 9, 1970 by Elektra. >>


[1966] you do not want to miss The Doors promoting their new album Strange Days released next week at The Ed Sullivan Show on CBS >> 6 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1967] The Doors, who by the way just finished the recording of their second album, will be on stage at Hollywood Bowl in Hollywood, Ca >> 45 MINUTES on RVM >>




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