The Doors is the debut studio album by the American rock band the Doors. Recorded in 1966 at Sunset Sound Recorders, Hollywood, California, it was produced by Paul A. Rothchild and released on January 4, 1967. The album features their breakthrough single "Light My Fire" and the lengthy song "The End" with its Oedipal spoken word section. The Doors was central to the progression of psychedelic rock, and has been critically acclaimed.
The Doors has been inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame; "Light My Fire" was also inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame. It has been reissued several times on CD, including a 1999 remaster in “96/24 bit advanced resolution”, a 2007 remixed ”40th Anniversary new mix” and a 2017 new remaster in stereo and mono - "50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition." In 2015 the Library of Congress selected The Doors for inclusion in the National Recording Registry based on its cultural, artistic or historical significance.
|A1||Break On Through (To The Other Side)||2:25|
|A3||The Crystal Ship||2:30|
|A4||Twentieth Century Fox||2:30|
|A5||Alabama Song (Whisky Bar)||3:15|
|A6||Light My Fire||6:50|
|B1||Back Door Man||3:30|
|B2||I Looked At You||2:18|
|B3||End Of The Night||2:49|
|B4||Take It As It Comes||2:13|
Catalogue number - 8122-79865-0