The Unique Doors Album That Reminds Robby Krieger of Jim Morrison

by Sam Kemp
(Credit: Caroline Bonarde Ucci)
(Credit: Caroline Bonarde Ucci)

At the age of 18, Robby Krieger joined what would turn out to be one of the most important psych-rock groups of the 1960s: The Doors. Renowned for their wild antics and their charisma-oozing frontman, Jim Morrison, the LA-based group defined the sound of west coast psychedelia, stamping an indelible mark on popular music that it still bears to this day.

Kreiger was instrumental in the development of the group’s sound, writing many of the group’s best-known tracks after teaching himself guitar as a teenager. The last word you would use to describe Krieger, however, is amateur.

Today, he consistently ranks as one of the most iconic guitarists of all time. Following the death of his friend and bandmate Jim Morrison in 1971, Krieger continued to perform with The Doors as a trio until their eventual demise in 1973. Here, we take a look at an album that reminds Krieger of The Doors’ glory days.


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