The Doors–Videos

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Updated June 20, 2015

Each generation wants new symbols, new people, new names. They want to divorce themselves from their predecessors.

~Jim Morrison

The Doors – Touch Me

The Doors – The end

The Doors – The End (original)

The Doors – The Unknown Soldier

The Doors Roadhouse Blues

The Doors Live at “American Bandstand” 1967 Full HD Footage

The Doors – Back Door Man

The Doors Five To One

The Doors “Love Me Two Times/Texas Radio and the Big Beat”

The Doors – Love Me Two Times (Live in Europe 1968)

Riders on the Storm – The Doors HD

The Doors – Break on Through (to the other side)

The Doors – Frankfurt, Germany 1968

The Doors-People Are Strange ( live rare )

The Doors – Tell All The People
Sinful 1 of 7

The Doors – Alabama Song (Whiskey Bar)
2 of 7

The Doors Build me a woman
3 of 7

The Doors – Wishful Sinful

The Doors Live at “PBS Critique” 1969 Full Show

Moonlight Drive (incl. Horses Latitudes) – The Doors at the Hollywood Bowl

The Doors – Hello, I Love You

The Doors – Hello, I Love You (Live At The Bowl ’68) ~1080p HD

The Doors Hello, I Love You at “1-2-3-4 Hot&Sweet” 1968 Color HD

The Doors-summertime

The Doors – Light My Fire

The Doors – Love Her Madly ( live Dallas 1970)

The Doors – Waiting For The Sun

The Doors – Alabama Song

Jim Morrison & Pamela Courson: Wicked Game

The Doors – The Crystal Ship Great Version!!

The Doors – When The Music’s Over

The Doors “Indian Summer” (Jim & Pamela)

The Doors Live At The Hollywood Bowl

Jim Morrison’s Last Ever Performance (Australian TV 1971)

Turn out the Lights – Jim Morrison’s last night on stage

The Doors – 1967 Strange Days Full Album

The Doors – 1968 Waiting For The Sun Full Album

The Doors – 1969 The Soft Parade Full Album

The Doors LA Woman 1971 [ Full Album ]

the doors An American Prayer 1978 Full Album

here it is friends this is the final chapter of the doors album collection an American prayer recorded seven years after morrisons death and five years after the band brokeup. this album was released on November 25 1978.
note: this album used two of morrisons poetry sessions recorded separately on February 9 1969 and December 8 1970 with new music by the band recorded in late 1977-1978

The Doors – Greatest Hits (Full Album) 1996

The Very Best Of The Doors (Full 2-Disc Album)


Expose yourself to your deepest fear; after that, fear has no power, and the fear of freedom shrinks and vanishes. You are free.

~Jim Morrison

Background Articles and Videos

Jim Morrison Interview in 1969

Interview with Jim Morrison’s father and sister

Salli Stevenson & Jim Morrison 1970 Interview

Full Very Rare Jim Morrison Interview Part 1 Of 5

Full Very Rare Jim Morrison Interview Part 2 Of 5

Full Very Rare Jim Morrison Interview Part 3 Of 5

Full Very Rare Jim Morrison Interview Part 4 Of 5

Full Very Rare Jim Morrison Interview Part 5 Of 5

Ben-Fong Torres & Jim Morrison 1971 Interview

Jim Morrison’s Antics taping THE DOORS album (1 of 2)

Jim Morrison’s Antics taping THE DOORS album (2 of 2)

View from the Bottom – Jim Morrison and the Doors

Jim Morrison’s best friend and snake skin pants designer interviewed: January Jansen

Three Hours For Magic The Jim Morrison special

The Doors – Feast Of Friends (Documentary) (Part 1/3)

The Doors – Feast Of Friends (Documentary) (Part 2/3)

The Doors – Feast Of Friends (Documentary) (Part 3/3)

Jim Morrison Miami Trial 1970 Footage

Jim Morrison pardon on track

The Jim Morrison Pardon

Jim Morrison Gets His Pardon

The Doors

“…The Doors were an American rock band formed in 1965 in Los Angeles, California by vocalist Jim Morrison, keyboardist Ray Manzarek, drummer John Densmore, and guitarist Robby Krieger. They are considered a controversial and influential band, due mostly to Morrison’s cryptic lyrics and unpredictable stage persona. After Morrison’s death on July 3, 1971, the remaining members continued as a threesome until disbanding in 1973.[1]

Despite a career that barely totaled eight years, The Doors still enjoy a huge cult following as well as status in the mainstream music industry as being hugely influential and original. According to the RIAA, they have sold over 32.5 million albums in the US alone.[2] …”

Jim Morrison

“…James Douglas “Jim” Morrison (December 8, 1943 – July 3, 1971) was an American singer, songwriter, poet, writer and filmmaker. He was best known as the lead singer and lyricist of The Doors and is widely considered to be one of the most charismatic frontmen in rock music history.[1] He was also the author of several books of poetry[1] and the director of a documentary and short film. Although Morrison was known for his baritone vocals, many fans, scholars, and journalists have discussed his theatrical stage persona, his self-destructiveness, and his work as a poet.[2] He was ranked number 47 on Rolling Stone’s “100 Greatest Singers of All Time”.[3]


The Last Days of Jim Morrison

A rare look into the rock god’s journals


“…On Monday, after a second night spent lying next to her decomposing boyfriend, Pamela consented to a burial as soon as possible. Ronay walked across the river and found the house of Bigot, the undertaker, in the shadows of the twin spires of Notre Dame Cathedral, where an old monastic cloister had once stood. Mr. Guirard, the director, explained that everyone wanted to rest in Pere-Lachaise, and there were very few spaces left. Ronay pleaded that Douglas Morrison had been a famous young American writer. Guirard brightened. “A writer? I know a space — in Division Eighty-nine, very close to another famous writer: Mr. Oscar Wilde.”

Ronay was shocked. “No, I beg you, not next to Oscar Wilde! Please — can you find another space?” A small double plot was found, near a memorial to victims of Nazi oppression in Paris, in a less desirable location on the other side of the hill. The funeral was arranged for Wednesday morning, July 7th. On Monday afternoon, the undertakers came to the flat, dressed Jim in a too-large dark suit and stuffed him into a too-small wood-veneer coffin, the cheapest one Bigot offered. Pamela gathered all the pictures of herself that she had and placed them in the coffin. The coffin was then sealed tightly with screws to retard further decay in the hot, dark apartment.

Pamela later said she had never seen Jim in a suit before. She said she thought he looked kind of cute. …”

The Door

the doors interviews 1968 (HQ)

Geoffrey Cannon & Jim Morrison 1968 Interview

JIM MORRISON & HOWARD SMITH (Complete Interview) Nov 6, 1969

Rare Doors Footage; Those were the Days

The Doors – 10 Minute Interview 1969

Tony Thomas & Jim Morrison 1970 Interview

Bob Chorush & Jim Morrison 1970 Interview

Full Very Rare Jim Morrison Interview Part 1 Of 5

Full Very Rare Jim Morrison Interview Part 2 Of 5

Full Very Rare Jim Morrison Interview Part 3 Of 5

Full Very Rare Jim Morrison Interview Part 4 Of 5

Full Very Rare Jim Morrison Interview Part 5 Of 5

Jim Morrison & Women

pamela courson/ jim morrison interview

Jim Morrison’s Last Interview

Jim Morrison – VH1 Confidential Segment

Truth About Jim Morrison’s Death

Ray Manzarek in Venice

Robby Krieger extended interview

‘The Doors’ Unhinged- Drummer John Densmore on Politics

John Densmore is the drummer of the legendary band, “The Doors.” Today he talks all about discord in the group, Jim Morrison, the power of music, and selling out. Densmore is also a vocal political activist- why has he continued to write and speak for liberal causes? Where does he stand on civil disobedience? Can you actually police morality, or is it futile? And why won’t Obama return his calls anymore?

John Densmore talks about all these vital topic, the untold history of The Doors, and even drums to a Jim Morrison Poem with Ana Kasparian.

Ray Manzarek and Robby Krieger at Jim Morrison’s Grave on 3rd July 2011 – Père Lachaise

Doorstown: Jim Morrison and The Doors Documentary

Three Hours For Magic The Jim Morrison special

Jim Morrison – How do you think you’ll die?

Doors Drummer Remembers Jim Morrison

THE DOORS-Interesting Interview 2013

The Doors: 40th Anniversary Interviews

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