The Doors perform "Spanish Caravan" On their European tour in 1968.
The Doors perform "Back Door Man" live on their European tour in 1968.
The Doors perform "Light My Fire" live from their European tour in 1968.
In 1968, Paul Ferrara took the doors up to Luaral Canyon to photograph them for their upcoming album, Waiting For The Sun.
At about midnight on January 28, 1968 in Las Vegas, Nevada, Jim was arrested at the Pussycat a' Go Go for public drunkenness and vagrancy. Apparently, Jim was beat up by the bouncers because he was smoking a cigarette like it was a joint.
Jim next arrest was on December 9, 1967 in New Haven, Connecticut. He was booked on charges of indecency, public obscenity, disturbing the peace and resisting arrest.
A live performance of "The End."
From the 16 Magazine article by Gloria Stavers entitled "Meet Jim Morrison", originally published on November 6, 1967
A hundred dollars buys a lot of daisies, and you need a lot of daisies if you’re going to use them as a floral surrounding for Cass Elliot, who was being photographed lying naked among them.
The song first appeared on the 1967 album Strange Days. It was released as the second single (after "People Are Strange") from that album, and reached #25 on the charts in the US.