Analogue Productions and Acoustic Sounds bring you The Doors — the band's six Morrison-era albums, all 45 RPM double LPs, in a box set. Box sets limited to 2,500 numbered copies each on 200-gram vinyl; also available on Multichannel Hybrid SACD!
On 5 July 1968 The Doors took to the stage of the Hollywood Bowl for a concert that has since passed into legend. The Doors were performing on the back of their 3rd album release "Waiting For The Sun" and the US No.1 single "Hello, I Love You".
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.
Take a look at the work that went into the making of the audiofile remastered vinyl versions of The Doors. This is one of the biggest releases ever from Analogue Productions — surpassing in every way, every reissue from this influential band to date!
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.