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The Doors | shot by Joel Brodsky. New York, 1967. Come on baby light my fire...

The Doors, NYC

The Doors | shot by Joel Brodsky. New York, 1967. Come on baby light my fire...

500 Greatest Albums of All Time: The Doors, 'The Doors' | Rolling Stone  #42 on the Rolling Stone list but #1 on my  personal list

500 Greatest Albums of All Time

500 Greatest Albums of All Time: The Doors, 'The Doors' | Rolling Stone #42 on the Rolling Stone list but #1 on my personal list

Père Lachaise Cemetery, France: The Doors lead singer Jim Morrison is often seen roaming near his grave at Paris’ Père Lachaise Cemetery. There are also many other stories of visitors seeing spectral lights, translucent figures and other disembodied spirits roaming throughout the cemetery.

Père Lachaise Cemetery, France: The Doors lead singer Jim Morrison is often seen roaming near his grave at Paris’ Père Lachaise Cemetery. There are also many other stories of visitors seeing spectral lights, translucent figures and other disembodied spirits roaming throughout the cemetery.

The 27 Club is a group of popular musicians who died at age 27, often as a result of drug and alcohol abuse, or other violent means such as homicide or suicide.

The 27 Club is a group of popular musicians who died at age 27, often as a result of drug and alcohol abuse, or other violent means such as homicide or suicide.

Jim Morrison-The Morrison clan embraces the idea that Jim Morrison of the Doors fame was an incarnation of Dionysius, the ritual celebrates excess and all that life has to offer with music by the Doors playing in the background.

Jim Morrison-The Morrison clan embraces the idea that Jim Morrison of the Doors fame was an incarnation of Dionysius, the ritual celebrates excess and all that life has to offer with music by the Doors playing in the background.

"[Morrison’s lyrics] are not what you’d call simple and straightforward. You can’t listen to the record once or twice and then put it away in the rack." — LIFE, 1968, on Jim Morrison of The Doors  http://ti.me/1uc514c  (Yale Joel—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images)

LIFE With the 'Lizard King': Photos of Jim and the Doors, 1968

"[Morrison’s lyrics] are not what you’d call simple and straightforward. You can’t listen to the record once or twice and then put it away in the rack." — LIFE, 1968, on Jim Morrison of The Doors http://ti.me/1uc514c (Yale Joel—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images)

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