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Jim Morrison On Self Awareness

"I think that, more than writing music and as a singer, my greatest talent is that I had an instinctive knack of self-image propagation. I was very good at manipulating publicity with a few little phrases like 'erotic politics'.

Doors' R-Evolution: American Bandstand '67

The Doors perform "The Crystal Ship" and "Light my Fire" on Dick Clark's American Bandstand - July 22, 1967. Check out the performances and interview taken from the R-Evolution DVD!

Photographer Henry Diltz Presents Classic Shots Of The Doors At The Standard Hotel

Henry Diltz has had a long, storied career in rock photography, beginning with his post as the official photographer for Woodstock. He found his calling by working as a folk musician in the '60s and got to know musicians on a personal level before he struck out as a full-time photographer.

Jac Holzman Talks 'The Doors'

DCM: Whose idea was the famous 1967 LA billboard?

Robby Krieger Speaks Out About "L.A. Woman" Sessions

The long-lasting appeal of the Doors is evident in the 40th anniversary edition of their album ‘L.A. Woman’ that was released earlier this year. In a new interview, guitarist Robby Krieger spoke about how having longtime engineer Bruce Botnick produce the record instead of Paul A.

Interview: The Doors' Robby Krieger Discusses Some of the Best Tracks on Reissued 'L.A. Woman' Album

The Doors were at a low point in December 1970, when they gathered to begin recording their sixth studio album.

Robby Krieger Extended Interview

Ten's Entertainment Reporter Angela Bishop talks exclusively to Doors guitarist Robby Krieger about the band's new single, the 40th anniversary of LA Woman, their work with Skrillex and much more....

Interview: Robby Krieger on The Doors' LA Woman, Jim Morrison and Skrillex

The Doors (from left: Ray Manzarek, Jim Morrison, John Densmore and Robby Krieger) perform outside in Frankfurt, Germany, 1968. © Bettmann/CORBIS

The Doors and The Elektra Records Sound - Interview with Bruce Botnick

This interview, conducted by Matthew Greenwald back in 1997, first appeared in issue 14 of The Tracking Angle.

Jim Morrison Interview With The Village Voice Part 3

November 6, 1969 was a rainy Los Angles day, The Doors were recording "Morrison Hotel" and Jim Morrison was interviewed by Village Voice reporter Howard Smith in a rather informal interview in The Doors office.