Led Zeppelin were on the rise in the summer of 1969, while Doors frontman Jim Morrison was in the midst of a long and painful public downward spiral. On July 27, the two bands met going in opposite directions.
The Doors debut album and one of the most-played songs on the radio during the 20th century "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin" by the Righteous Brothers and the sounds of a pioneering children’s program are among the recordings recently selected for induction into the Library of Congress National Recording Registry.
It was a Sunday night on September 17, 1967, and I remember tuning into to watch The Ed Sullivan Show and see The Doors performing Light My Fire and People Are Strange. This would be the last time they would be on the show.
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