Robby Krieger’s Regret About Jim Morrison And The Doors

by Iklim Alex

The Doors impacted the music scene by being counted among the most influential rock acts in the ’60s. Jim Morrison had a massive part of the group’s distinctive style with his vocal and stage persona. The band members were also considered significant figures of that era’s counterculture.

After the band signed a contract with Elektra Records, The Doors and Morrison created many successful albums, such as the self-titled debut, Strange Days and L.A. Woman, which counted among the most outstanding records.

While the band was enjoying their success with the 1971 album, L.A. Woman, they became flooded with sadness due to Morrison’s sudden death that year. While the remaining members were grieving, they also continued the preparations for the upcoming album Other Voices. They completed this album, which they started to work on before Morrison’s death, and released in the same year. However, the guitarist, Robby Krieger, felt remorse for releasing that album immediately after Morrison’s passing.


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