Jim Morrison Was In A Great Mood Making The Doors ‘L.A. Woman’

by Paul Cashmere
The Doors L.A. Woman
The Doors L.A. Woman

Three months after The Doors released their classic L.A. Woman Jim Morrison was dead. The album was Morrison’s final record with the band but according to guitarist Robby Krieger, Morrison was in a great mood while they made the album.

The Doors had just faced massive legal issues. Morrison was arrested multiple times for language and lewd behavior. L.A. Woman began at the end of the legal issues in Florida where Morrison was accused for flashing his penis on stage.

Robby tells Noise11.com, “It was more stressful for Jim because he had the Miami thing hanging over his head as well. For all of us, we couldn’t play anywhere. We had no gigs. There was a thing called the Hall Managers Association at the time. After the Miami thing we got banned from playing anywhere so we decided to concentrate on recording which ended up being a good thing for Jim."


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