—  T U E S D A Y  T U N E S  —
t h e  d o o r s
 Waiting For The Sun 

tumblr_liswr44rfI1qfgrr3o1_500 “At first flash of Eden
We race down to the sea
Standing there on freedom’s shore…..”

The song is believed to be about the unattainable quest for the American Dream.
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T H E  D O O R S
‘BEFORE YOU SLIP INTO
UNCONSCIOUSNESS’
P L A Y L I S T
including the lyrically poetic
‘THE CRYSTAL SHIP’
A compilation of our favourite Doors arrangements along with the compelling lyrics and inspiration behind these iconic tracks.

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I N D I A N  S U M M E R 
Byron Bay’s current state: that unseasonably warm and dry Autumn weather that sees us spending afternoons at the beach, listening to tunes like this and holding off on snuggling into those winter layers, just yet.

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Indian Summer was one of the first songs the band recorded. They played it on a demo they’d recorded in 1965. It was finally released in 1970 on the album Morrison Hotel.
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J U K E B O X
T H E  D O O R S 
” I LOOKED AT YOU ”

doors1whiskyagogoThe Doors began their run as the house band at The Whisky a Go Go opening for every group to play there from May 23 to August 21, 1966. They typically performed two sets per night.
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“MY WILD LOVE WENT RIDIN’
SHE RODE TO THE SEA….” 


  J u k e b o x
— THE DOORS —
MY WILD LOVE
 

  from their third studio album ‘Waiting for the Sun’

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Released in July 1968, this was a band at its most dexterous, creative, and musically diverse.

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Four brilliant artists made
T H E   D O O R S
one of America’s most iconic and influential rock bands.
M o o n l i g h t  D r i v e
was written by Morrison, during his halcyon days on a rooftop in Venice Beach L.A, California in 1965. Later, when he happened upon friend and future band member Ray Manzarek, he uttered the memorable lines,

“Let’s swim to the moon, let’s climb through the tide,  penetrate the evening that the city sleeps to hide.”

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T U E S D A Y  T U N E S
this week an epic classic written by Jim Morrison
‘THE END’ by
T H E  D O O R S

Morrison originally wrote the song about breaking up with his girlfriend Mary Werbelow.

The Doors developed the song during live performances at the Whisky a Go Go, a Los Angeles club where they were the house band in 1966.
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JIM MORRISON
the lead singer and songwriter of
T H E  D O O R S
is at twenty-two one of the most loose, mind shaking and subtle agents of the new music of the new mysticism-oriented young. His voice, weak on high notes, lacks stamina and belt, but it couldn’t matter less. He gets people. His songs are eerie, loaded with somewhat Freudian symbolism, poetic but not pretty, filled with suggestions of sex, death, transcendence. Part of his swamping magnetism is an elusiveness as if he were singing for himself…”

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