Doors frontman Jim Morrison was arrested and maced at a concert on Dec. 9, 1967
A delayed flight leads to big trouble for the Doors frontman.
"It's a fictional documentary," Jim Morrison says in a clip from the lost 1968 Doors tour documentary 'A Feast Of Friends.'
"Strange days have found us," Jim Morrison sang on the title track of this 1967 sophomore release by the Doors -- and it was undeniably true.
The trailer for the Doors' long-lost self-produced rock documentary 'Feast of Friends' has the effect of stripping away four decades of mythology, revealing the group as flesh-and-blood collaborators and friends -- rather than rock demigods.
The Doors did more in a short period of time than almost any other classic rock band.
'The Soft Parade,' a wildly uneven affair, went platinum anyway - but likely only because of the Doors' earlier successes.
A large group of classic rockers will be involved in a Doors tribute album that will arrive on June 24.
Poet Michael C. Ford met Jim Morrison and Ray Manzarek at UCLA in the early 1960s.
This week's Clash of the Titans pits the Rolling Stones' 'Let's Spend the Night Together' against 'Light My Fire' by the Doors.