Few artists have – or have had – life as manipulated and distorted as Jim Morrison. And no one can dispute his DRUG ADDICTION, and what do you know about DRUG USERS – they often do b*llshit decisions or say something irrelevant but not Jim Morrison during this interview even if he was high as f*ck!
Never TRUST a drug addict unless he speaks from the heart with complete sense, and as genuine as Jim Morrison.
With The Doors, Jim released seven albums between 1967 and 1971, worshiped, deified, and responsible for a growing legion of fans around the world, especially the United States. Morrison’s lyrics show clear influences from the beat movement of writers like Jack Kerouac and Allen Ginsberg, and big names like Franz Kafka and Honoré de Balzac.
Throughout his short six-year stardom, Jim Morrison spoke very little, hence the hub of rumors that formed around him. But, oblivious to the hype, The Doors built a quality discography. Highlighted is the debut album, “The Doors” (1967), from when the band opened its range of sound influences that even go through bossa nova (“Light My Fire”), in addition to blues and jazz. The strongest hit was the last track, the oedipal “The End” that Francis Ford Coppola inserted at the opening of the film “Apocalypse Now”.
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