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Video: Jack Black and Boy George Cover The Doors’ “Hello, I Love You” Live on ‘Conan’

posted by Oscar July 14, 2015

The panel guests on last night’s episode of Conan also delivered a cool musical moment… Boy George and Jack Black connected to cover “Hello, I Love You,” a song by The Doors and they did so with a little help from Doors guitarist Robby Krieger. The surprise performance was damn good as few could have guessed.

See that mini cover above.

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The Doors’ Self-Produced ‘Feast of Friends’ Doc Set For Fall ’14 Release

posted by Oscar September 16, 2014

A documentary about one of the biggest, and most influential Rock bands of the 60’s and early 70’s, The Doors, is finally set to have an official release. This is no ordinary doc as it was actually produced by the band members themselves about their 1968 summer tour, but it never saw the light of day on a mass scale because it was not completed at the time. The film was funded by the band themselves, until Morrison’s troubles in Miami.

The Doors – Feast Of Friends was directed by Paul Ferrara and it features concert footage and off-stage commentary. The release will include bonus features plus The Doors Are Open, a 1968 British documentary on the band’s final appearance at London’ Roundhouse, and The End, which focuses on an epic live performance of the song of the same name in Toronto in August 1967.

Feast Of Dreams is coming November 10th, 2014.


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Video: Behind The Scenes: The Making Of Tech N9ne’s ‘Strange 2013’ Feat. The Doors

posted by Oscar June 24, 2013

Rapper Tech N9ne’s latest project, Something Else, will feature a special collaboration with legendary Rock band The Doors. The new song, “Strange 2013,” was recorded at Village Studios in West L.A. in Spring 2012 along with the surviving members of the band (Ray Manzarek, John Densmore, Robby Krieger) and original vocals from Jim Morrison. The track was produced by Fredwreck.

As a huge fan of The Doors, and after the recent loss of Ray Manzarek, it’s pretty dope that the band got together to work on this project.
Read the entire article on Rolling Stone by clicking below. Pre-order ‘Something Else’ – http://bit.ly/11PF6kD

(Rolling Stone)