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Jim Morrison Receives Pardon

Forty years after Jim Morrison was convicted of exposing himself at a wild Miami concert, this is the end: Florida's Clemency Board, egged on by departing Gov. Charlie Crist, pardoned The Doors' long-dead singer

BBC Reviews The Doors When You’re Strange: Songs From the Motion Picture

It has often been said that Jim Morrison’s untimely death at the age of 27 was the best career move he ever made. It was certainly a lucrative detour as far as his record labels are concerned.

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.

Johnny Depp Narrates Tom DiCillo's Full-Length, "When You're Strange."

Award-winning writer-director Tom DiCillo's riveting film uncovers historic, previously unseen footage from the illustrious rock quartet and provides new insight into the revolutionary impact of their music and legacy. The film is narrated by Johnny Depp.

Atlanta Music Guide CD Review: When You’re Strange: A Film About the Doors — Soundtrack

Jim Morrison will not die. Almost 30 years after his death, the rock and roll shaman still holds many a follower in his drunken sway.

"Roadhouse Blues" Music Video

Well, i woke up this morning, i got myself a beer
Well, i woke up this morning, and i got myself a beer
The future's uncertain, and the end is always near

The seminal Roadhouse Blues matched up to Doors live footage.

Strange Days 40th Anniversary Review

Traditionally, The Beatles and The Rolling Stones duke it out for the tenuous title of Greatest. Band. Ever. Occasionally, The Beach Boys or Led Zeppelin are mentioned in the same discussion, but rarely, if ever, are The Doors seriously considered.

Doors Awarded Grammy for Lifetime Achievement

Although The Doors never recieved a GRAMMY award for albums they recorded when they were active, the were awarded a Lifetime Achievement GRAMMY at the 2007 Grammy Awards.

The Doors 40th Anniversary Album Review - Slant Magazine

Apparently we've been listening to the wrong album for decades. At least that's what engineer Bruce Botnick says in the liner notes of the expanded 40th-anniversary release of The Doors' self-titled debut.

"The Doors" - The Rolling Stone Review

The Doors arrived in 1967, the same year as Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band; both were psychedelic touchstones and among the first major rock discs that truly stood as albums, rather than collections of songs.