Producer, Music By – The Doors. Vocals – Jim Morrison. The Doors (Original Soundtrack Recording) (Cass, Album, Comp).
The film features Kyle MacLachlan as Ray Manzarek, Frank Whaley as Robby Krieger, Kevin Dillon as John Densmore, and Kathleen Quinlan as Patricia Kennealy.
The Doors (1991) SoundTracks on IMDb: Memorable quotes and exchanges from movies, TV series and more. Hello, I Love You Written and Performed by The Doors Elektra Records. Love Street Written and Performed by The Doors Elektra Records. Moonlight Drive Written by The Doors Performed by Val Kilmer Elektra Records. Break On Through Written by The Doors Performed by The Doors with Additional Vocals by Val Kilmer, Val Kilmer, Robby Krieger, John Densmore and Arthur Barrow Elektra Records. Alabama Song Music by Kurt Weill Lyrics by Bertolt Brecht Performed by The Doors Published by WB Music Corporation d/b/a. Heroin Written by Lou Reed Performed by The Velvet Underground. Strange Days Written and Performed by The Doors Elektra Records. Not to Touch the Earth Written by Jim Morrison Performed by The Doors, Val Kilmer Elektra Records.
The album features their breakthrough single "Light My Fire" and the lengthy song "The End" with its Oedipal spoken word section. The Doors was central to the progression of psychedelic rock, and has been critically acclaimed.
The following is the discography of the American rock band the Doors. Formed in Los Angeles in 1965, the group consisted of Jim Morrison (vocals), Ray Manzarek (keyboards), John Densmore (drums), and Robby Krieger (guitar). The Doors became one of the most popular rock bands of their era. Their debut album, The Doors (1967), released by Elektra Records, charted at No. 2 on the US Billboard 200 and produced the group's most successful single, "Light My Fire".
Featuring a good cross-section of the band's classic rock staples, the soundtrack to Oliver Stone's epic film, The Doors, offers an effective portrait of the band.
Weird Scenes Inside the Gold Mine. Behind Closed Doors - The Rarities. Strange Nights of Stone. The Complete Studio Albums. 1979 сингл Adam Freeland Mixes. No One Here Gets Out Alive.
The Doors recorded six studio albums with Jim Morrison as their singer from 1967 to 1971, hitting the charts with a series of pop songs that were at least as good as Tommy James and the Shondells. On their albums, they indulged in Morrison's pretentious obsessions that included extended pieces about Oedipal complexes and the end of the world. Those obsessions have been exaggerated by The Doors myth that continues to this day. This is a collection of Morrison's poetry, embellished by the surviving Doors several years after the fact. It is a brilliant melding of the band's music with Jim's poetry and stories, but you must have earned your Doors undergraduate degree first to fully appreciate it. I can't believe long-time Doors producer, Paul Rothchild, called this album "the rape of Jim Morrison"! He couldn't be more wrong!