The Doors: Mr. Mojo Risin' - The Story of L.A. Woman
The Doors didn't simply "break on through" in the late 1960s. Led by rock poet and frontman Jim Morrison, they exploded onto the music scene. Over four years, they provided the soundtrack to a countercultural movement that galvanized young Americans and terrified adults. But by 1970 Morrison's life was spiraling, and their sixth studio album, "L.A. Woman," was in danger of being scrapped. Take an in-depth look at the making of this seminal record, one of the band's greatest releases, and the final work of rock's legendary Rider on the Storm.
Jim Morrison Blues
With The Doors album "L.A. Woman," Jim Morrison got to explore his bluesier side with classics like Crawlin' King Snake.