Hello Classic Rockers Network!
It's been a long time since I stopped by, (sorry for that) but glad to see you're still going strong and continuing the rock and roll.
To reintroduce myself, I'm Jim Cherry I'm a writer and a Doors fan (why does this all of a sudden seem like an AA thing), I write The Doors Examiner, if you're a Doors fan and want to keep up with what's going on in The…Continue
It looks like John Densmore is going to be doing a cross-country book signing tour for his new book The Doors Unhinged: Jim Morrison’s Legacy Goes on Trial at independent music shops starting April 20, which is also Record Store Day. Densmore will be kicking off the book tour at the music store that started Record Store Day, Bull Moose Records, 456 Payne Road, Scarborough, Maine, at 2PM.
Densmore’s book documents the 2003 trial in which he and Jim Morrison’s estate sued former…Continue
“Me, and my mother and father, and grandmother and grandfather were driving through the desert at dawn…” so starts the story of a haunted sounding Jim Morrison as he told of the mystical experience of the soul of a dead Indian leaping into his soul. But did it happen? Oliver Stone illustrated the scene in his opening of his movie The Doors. Morrison’s parents downplayed the significance, chalking it up to Jim’s vivid imagination, but in a discussion with friends Frank Lisciandro and…Continue
The Doors had just had their biggest summer. Light My Fire had gone from a seven minute album cut, to an edited AM radio friendly length of 2:52, and on to being a part of the Summer of Love’s soundtrack and number one on the Billboard charts.
With Light My Fire hitting number one it pushed The Doors onto the national stage and the national variety shows started calling. First Ed Sullivan, and in December the Jonathan Winters Show. (read full article at…Continue