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The Doors make recording debut in Los Angeles

September 2nd, 1965 -

The Doors make recording debut in Los Angeles

September 2nd, 1965 - American rock band The Doors made their recording debut at World Pacific Studios, Los Angeles. The session took place over three hours and produced six demo recordings, all written by twenty-one-year-old Jim Morrison.

Listen below to the fourth track recorded during the session, "Moonlight Drive", which would later be released on The Doors second album, Strange Days.

Listen:

The six tracks recorded during the session were;

01 Moonlight Drive

02 Hello I Love You

03 Summers Almost Gone

04 My Eyes Have Seen You

05 End of The Night

06 Go Insane (A Little Game)

The Doors make recording debut in Los Angeles

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