Break Through ‘The Doors' by Christopher Goulart

Break Through ‘The Doors'

byChristopher Goulart

Kobo ebook | March 17, 2014

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The Doors were among the most intense and revolutionary bands of the Sixties. The impact of their meteoric career has resonated far beyond their brief half-decade as a recording and performing entity. Their words and music captured the Sixties zeitgeist with undeniable power.


A cult of personality continues to surround Jim Morrison, their tempestuous lead singer. Morrison was a brooding, charismatic front man in the classic mold of Elvis Presley and Mick Jagger. Morrison pushed himself to the limit with drugs, alcohol and hard living, becoming one of rock’s most celebrated martyrs when his body gave out at the age of 27. Only six years passed from the Doors’ formation in 1966 to Morrison’s death in 1971.


During that time, the group released six studio albums and left a smoldering trail of memorable and often controversial concert performances that cemented.

Title:Break Through ‘The Doors'Format:Kobo ebookPublished:March 17, 2014Publisher:Christopher GoulartLanguage:English

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