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London Fog 1966 (Live)

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In May 1966, seven months before the release of their eponymous debut album (which they recorded in August and September that year), The Doors landed themselves a booking at the London Fog, a small club on the Sunset Strip in Los Angeles. Jim Morrison’s gang were still searching for their sound and their chaotic concerts mixed original compositions with covers of blues songs by the likes of Muddy Waters, Albert Collins and Willie Dixon. The originality of The Doors’ sound was not yet apparent, but this document (an essential for hardcore fans) offers a glimpse of their lead singer’s charisma. Given the circumstances, the sound quality of the recording (captured by a certain Nettie Peña, a young spectator who borrowed her father’s tape recorder) is not the best. Yet London Fog 1966 remains a fascinating historical archive all the same. © Clotilde Maréchal/Qobuz

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The Doors

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1
Tuning [Live at the London Fog, 1966] (Live at the London Fog, 1966) 00:00:41

Bruce Botnick, Mastering Engineer - JOHN DENSMORE, Drums, Writer - Jim Morrison, Lead Vocals, Writer, Harmonica - Ray Manzarek, Organ, Vocals, Writer - The Doors, MainArtist - Robby Krieger, Guitar, Writer - Nettie Peña, Engineer

2019 The Doors Music Company. All Rights Reserved. 2016 The Doors Music Company

2
Rock Me Baby (Live at the London Fog, 1966) 00:05:35

Bruce Botnick, Mastering Engineer - JOHN DENSMORE, Drums - Jim Morrison, Lead Vocals, Harmonica - Ray Manzarek, Organ, Vocals - The Doors, MainArtist - Robby Krieger, Guitar - McKinley Morganfield, Composer, Writer - Nettie Peña, Engineer

2019 The Doors Music Company. All Rights Reserved. 2016 The Doors Music Company

3
Baby Please Don't Go (Live at the London Fog, 1966) 00:05:27

Bruce Botnick, Mastering Engineer - JOHN DENSMORE, Drums - Jim Morrison, Lead Vocals, Harmonica - Ray Manzarek, Organ, Vocals - The Doors, MainArtist - Robby Krieger, Guitar - Joe Williams, Writer - Nettie Peña, Engineer

2019 The Doors Music Company. All Rights Reserved. 2016 The Doors Music Company

4
You Make Me Real (Live at the London Fog, 1966) 00:02:46

Bruce Botnick, Mastering Engineer - JOHN DENSMORE, Drums, Writer - Jim Morrison, Lead Vocals, Writer, Harmonica - Ray Manzarek, Organ, Vocals, Writer - The Doors, MainArtist - Robby Krieger, Guitar, Writer - Nettie Peña, Engineer

2019 The Doors Music Company. All Rights Reserved. 2016 The Doors Music Company

5
Tuning (2) (Live at the London Fog, 1966) 00:00:14

Bruce Botnick, Mastering Engineer - JOHN DENSMORE, Drums, Writer - Jim Morrison, Lead Vocals, Writer, Harmonica - Ray Manzarek, Organ, Vocals, Writer - The Doors, MainArtist - Robby Krieger, Guitar, Writer - Nettie Peña, Engineer

2019 The Doors Music Company. All Rights Reserved. 2016 The Doors Music Company

6
Don't Fight It (Live at London Fog, 1966) 00:04:39

Bruce Botnick, Mastering Engineer - Wilson Pickett, Writer - Steve Cropper, Writer - JOHN DENSMORE, Drums - Jim Morrison, Lead Vocals, Harmonica - Ray Manzarek, Organ, Vocals - The Doors, MainArtist - Robby Krieger, Guitar - Nettie Peña, Engineer

2019 The Doors Music Company. All Rights Reserved. 2016 The Doors Music Company

7
I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man (Live at the London Fog, 1966) 00:05:16

Bruce Botnick, Mastering Engineer - JOHN DENSMORE, Drums - Jim Morrison, Lead Vocals, Harmonica - Ray Manzarek, Organ, Vocals - The Doors, MainArtist - WILLIE DIXON, Writer - Robby Krieger, Guitar - Nettie Peña, Engineer

2019 The Doors Music Company. All Rights Reserved. 2016 The Doors Music Company

8
Strange Days (Live at the London Fog, 1966) 00:03:45

JOHN DENSMORE, Writer - Jim Morrison, Writer - Ray Manzarek, Writer - The Doors, MainArtist - Robby Krieger, Writer

2019 The Doors Music Company. All Rights Reserved. 2016 The Doors Music Company

9
Lucille (Live at the London Fog, 1966) 00:03:44

Bruce Botnick, Mastering Engineer - Richard Penniman, Writer - JOHN DENSMORE, Drums - Jim Morrison, Lead Vocals, Harmonica - Ray Manzarek, Organ, Vocals - The Doors, MainArtist - Robby Krieger, Guitar - Al Collins, Writer - Nettie Peña, Engineer

2019 The Doors Music Company. All Rights Reserved. 2016 The Doors Music Company

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In May 1966, seven months before the release of their eponymous debut album (which they recorded in August and September that year), The Doors landed themselves a booking at the London Fog, a small club on the Sunset Strip in Los Angeles. Jim Morrison’s gang were still searching for their sound and their chaotic concerts mixed original compositions with covers of blues songs by the likes of Muddy Waters, Albert Collins and Willie Dixon. The originality of The Doors’ sound was not yet apparent, but this document (an essential for hardcore fans) offers a glimpse of their lead singer’s charisma. Given the circumstances, the sound quality of the recording (captured by a certain Nettie Peña, a young spectator who borrowed her father’s tape recorder) is not the best. Yet London Fog 1966 remains a fascinating historical archive all the same. © Clotilde Maréchal/Qobuz

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