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Cast Emily Armstrong; countries USA; Directed by Justin Kreutzmann; Genre Documentary.

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The doors 3a break on thru- a celebration of ray manzarek design. The Doors began when Ray Manzarek met Jim Morrison on Venice Beach in Los Angeles in 1965. Jim Morrison died after the sixth album ‘LA Woman’ on 3 July, 1971. Ray Manzarek passed away on 20 May, 2013. In 2016 the surviving members of The Doors Robby Krieger and John Densmore paid tribute to Ray and honoured Jim in what is now the film ‘The Doors: Break on Thru – A Celebration of Ray Manzarek’ screening worldwide on 12 February 2020. The film captures the concert with additional interview footage from Robby and John. The film also has additional footage from historic interviews by Ben Fong-Torres with Jim and Ray. Robby Krieger spoke with Noise11’s Paul Cashmere ahead of the movie release. Paul Cashmere: Ray Manzarek left us in 2013. You performed the ‘Break On Thru: A Celebration of Ray Manzarek’ in 2016 and now in 2020, we get to see the documentary about the event. Robby Krieger: We only had two or three weeks to prepare. We wanted to do something on Ray’s birthday. I tried to get it going and it never got going. His next birthday came around. By the third birthday, we had to do something. It was already January and I said ‘let’s just do something’. They wanted to do the Hollywood Bowl and get Bono and all these people. I just said ‘I’ll do it myself and get whoever I can’. I didn’t want Ray’s birthday to pass again without doing something. John (Densmore) agreed so we made a quick ditch effort to get whoever was around and luckily we got a good line-up of people who were interested. Paul Cashmere: Why did you do the show at The Forum in LA and not the Whiskey A Go Go where The Doors used to play? Robby Krieger: The Whiskey wasn’t big enough. It only holds 200-300 people. Paul Cashmere: There’s a line in the movie about hearing ‘Alabama Song’ for the first time “our keyboard player is as nuts as our singer”. Robby Krieger: “Ray had a lot of records before we even started The Doors. We’d listen to all these crazy records he had. He had this one from a German Kurt Weill with Lotte Lenya. They did ‘Mack The Knife’ and ‘The Whiskey Bar’ on it. We’d never heard it. I bet not many people in Australia would have heard that version. Not many people realize where we got that from. We just loved that song and listened to it over and over. At first we didn’t think about doing it but after listening to it a bunch of times we thought ‘yeah we could do that’. That’s how it happens. Paul Cashmere: tell me about the first time you heard the words “day destroys the night, night divides the day”. Robby Krieger: “Jim just had this way of coming up with lyrics that no-one else was even thinking. That was one of the early ones that he wrote. It became our first single. It was a little esoteric to catch on. It got to no 40 on Billboard which wasn’t bad for a new band. We knew ‘Light My Fire’ was the single but it was too long to get on the radio. They finally cut it down to three minutes. In those days AM radio was where it was at. You had to get on AM radio or you would not have a hit record. Paul Cashmere: What did you think of Jose Feliciano’s version of ‘Light My Fire’? Robby Krieger: I hated it the first time I heard it. I said ‘what the hell did you do to our song’, my song actually because I wrote that one. The more I listened to it I started to like it, especially the guitar playing on it. Once he did it, it seemed like everyone was doing it. Jazz artists like Buddy Rich and Woody Herman band. A lot of people you’d think would never do a rock song and the reason they did it was because of his version. It was different to out version. He didn’t have the famous Bach intro at all. He did it more, instead of rock, M. O. R. style. More commercial. Because of him a lot of people started doing it. I don’t think they ever would if he hadn’t. It turned out to become one of our most covered songs. Paul Cashmere: And you include a piece from The Sound of Music ‘My Favourite Things’ when you do it live now. Robby: Yeah (laughs). We love Coltrane and I still play that piece of ‘My Favourite Things’ today with my band. I have a jazz group. When we did our instrumental part in the middle of ‘Light My Fire’, which started off to be just the short four bars solo thing. When we played it every night it became longer and longer. Finally, we each did a three minute solo in the middle of a rock and roll song. It was pretty unheard of in those days. It was the same chords that Coltrane used in ‘My Favourite Things’. That’s why I would stick it into the middle of ‘Light My Fire’. Paul Cashmere: In the Oliver Stone ‘The Doors’ movie all those years ago, and in this movie, we learn about Jim experiencing an accident on a highway as a kid and the souls of the Indians going into him. Did Jim really believe that? Robby Krieger: Yeah, he definitely believed that. Whether it really happened or not, who knows? I don’t think he just made it up. Paul Cashmere: Your movie talks about Ray in a spiritual way as well looking down and enjoying your tribute. You talk about “the mystery of the afterlife that he is now exploring”. Ray would be smiling and enjoying it. Robby: I hope so. We had some really cool keyboard players who would do his parts. One guy, Nathan Willmarth who plays with my band now, he was like a Ray clone. He knows every note that Ray ever played and he collected all the keyboards that Ray used to use. We did a video about 20 years ago for a TV show. We had various artists. These guys used Nathan’s keyboards. Nathan had all of Ray’s old keyboards. Nathan brought ever one. Nathan became a friend and ended up playing in my band. Paul Cashmere: You say Ray could split his mind into two musicians. The bass player and the keyboard player. In the number of times I interviewed him he would refer to his left hand in the third person as “Leftie”. Robby: Right, yeah. He would split his mind into the bass and the organ. I think that was really part of the basis of our sound. Because he had to play on automatic pilot with his left hand it made the bass very repetitive and not usual. A bass player would never think of playing those lines. They were very keyboard orientated. The one of ‘Light My Fire’, when we did that in the studio we had a guy copy that exact line on a real bass. If you listen really closely you can hear two basses in ‘Light My Fire’. Paul Cashmere: Do you have to use a bass player to play these songs live these days? Robby: Back in the day we never used a bass player on stage. It was always Ray with that left hand. But in reality, it does sound a lot better with a real bass. Ever since then we have used a real bass. We tried to make sure that the bass player plays exactly what Ray played on his left hand. Paul Cashmere: Is Waylon (Krieger) your son? Robby: Yeah. He has been singing with us the last five years. He does a pretty good job. Paul Cashmere: That’s him on ‘Break On Through’ in the movie. Robby: Yeah, he was first up. He plays in my band. Another guy I use is Dan Rothchild, the son of Paul Rothchild. He is a great bass player and singer as well. Sometimes when Waylon is unavailable I used Dan. Paul Cashmere: And Bruce Botnick, another familiar name in The Doors story came back to work on the sound for this movie. Robby: Right, right. He sure did. Bruce has been doing all of our reissues for all of these years. Paul Cashmere: I was surprised to learn that The Maharishi was also part of The Doors history as well as The Beatles. Robby: We were the first ones in the United States to follow the Maharishi. My friend Peter Wallace went to India back in the early 60s looking for a Guru. He was very much into the Indian religious thing. We went to India when he was 18-years old. He talked to a lot of different Gurus but liked The Maharishi the best and talked him into coming to LA to start a movement. At that first meeting a Peter Wallace’s house, maybe there were 15 people interested in meeting The Maharishi and three of them were in The Doors, Ray, John and I. We met him before The Beatles did. Paul Cashmere: There is a mention in the movie of the time John Densmore sued you and Ray over the use of The Doors name. John says he now regrets what he did. Robby: I regret it too. It was pretty much a waste of time. For some reason John didn’t want to play so we got Stewart Copeland (The Police) and Ian Astbury (The Cult). I asked him a couple of times why he didn’t want to do it and what was wrong. I guess Ray and John hadn’t been seeing eye to eye for quite a few years at that time and John didn’t want to do it and he didn’t want us to use the name The Doors. But to have a lawsuit about it? That was pretty silly. We had a guy Jak Holzman, the head of Elektra Records. He said, ‘let me be the mediator here’. He said he’d settle it. But John had to stay in court. Paul Cashmere: What are the future plans for The Doors over the next couple of years? Robby: That’s a good question. There is nothing concrete. We are talking about the possibility of doing something with an orchestra. Ray and I did that a couple of times and it was fun. There is nothing concrete yet. The Doors: Break on Thru – A Celebration of Ray Manzarek will be released in cinemas worldwide on February 12 for one night only. Find your local screening at. Noise11 on Instagram You’ll discover music news first following Noise11 on Twitter Comment on the news of the day, join Noise11 on Facebook Comments comments Tagged as: 60s, 70s, Jim Morrison, John Densmore, Ray Manzarek, Robby Krieger, rock USA, The Doors, Trafalgar.

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Densmore's killing it. Did Jim even open his eyes during this performance. Lpark - Posted on February 11, 2020 at 1:31 pm (Photos by Tour Bus Live) THE DOORS: BREAK ON THRU – A CELEBRATION OF RAY MANZAREK FEATURING A POST-SCREENING DISCUSSION WITH ROBBY KRIEGER, JOHN DENSMORE, AND JUSTIN KREUTZMANN Screening one night only on Feb 12: The Doors: Break On Thru – A Celebration Of Ray Manzarek, Thursday February 6, 2020, The GRAMMY Museum, Los Angeles, CA. #thedoors #breakonthrough #RayManzarek #tourbuslive #klos #thedoors #breakonthrough #RayManzarek #tourbuslive #klos. 4:46 orgasmico el sonido de esos teclados. THE DOORS and Trafalgar Releasing have announced the upcoming release of "The Doors: Break on Thru - A Celebration of Ray Manzarek", coming to cinemas worldwide for a one-night only event on February 12, 2020. The film will bring fans together in theaters to celebrate the extraordinary legacy of the late Ray Manzarek, co-founder and keyboardist of THE DOORS, on what would have been his birthday. This critically acclaimed, all-star hybrid concert/documentary was filmed at the Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles, California and brought surviving members from THE DOORS, Robby Krieger and John Densmore, on stage for the first time in 15 years to celebrate the birthday of Manzarek alongside captivating performances from FOO FIGHTERS ' Taylor Hawkins and Rami Jaffee, STONE TEMPLE PILOTS ' Robert DeLeo, PAUL MCCARTNEY 's Brian Ray, X 's Exene and John Doe, JANE'S ADDICTION 's Stephen Perkins, GOV'T MULE 's Warren Haynes and more. With a set list of DOORS classics and compelling behind the scenes interviews and footage, this film celebrates the longevity of THE DOORS, bringing multiple generations together to celebrate this iconic band. Proceeds from the L. A. concert were donated to Stand Up To Cancer as selected by Ray Manzarek. Participating theaters and tickets can be found at. John Densmore, drummer of THE DOORS, shared: "It was such an honor to play with these world-class musicians in a tribute to our magical keyboard player. " Kymberli Frueh, SVP programming and content acquisitions at Trafalgar Releasing, has said on the news: " 'Break On Thru' is a true celebration of DOORS co-founder Ray Manzarek and includes a whole host of musicians inspired by him, including Taylor Hawkins of the FOO FIGHTERS and Robert DeLeo from STONE TEMPLE PILOTS. Trafalgar Releasing are pleased to present the first-ever global fan cinema gathering sanctioned by THE DOORS to celebrate Manzarek 's incredible legacy. " With an intoxicating, genre-blending sound, provocative and uncompromising songs, and the mesmerizing power of singer Jim Morrison 's poetry and presence, THE DOORS had a transformative impact not only on popular music but also on popular culture. THE DOORS ' arrival on the rock scene in 1967 marked not only the start of a string of hit singles and albums that would become stone classics, but also of something much bigger — a new and deeper relationship between creators and audience. Refusing to be mere entertainers, the Los Angeles quartet relentlessly challenged, confronted and inspired their fans, leaping headfirst into the heart of darkness while other bands warbled about peace and love. Though they've had scores of imitators, there's never been another band quite like them. And 50 years after their debut album, THE DOORS ' music and legacy are more influential than ever before. THE DOORS were inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame in 1993. COMMENTS To comment on a story or review, you must be logged in to an active personal account on Facebook. Once you're logged in, you will be able to comment. User comments or postings do not reflect the viewpoint of and does not endorse, or guarantee the accuracy of, any user comment. To report spam or any abusive, obscene, defamatory, racist, homophobic or threatening comments, or anything that may violate any applicable laws, use the "Report to Facebook" and "Mark as spam" links that appear next to the comments themselves. To do so, click the downward arrow on the top-right corner of the Facebook comment (the arrow is invisible until you roll over it) and select the appropriate action. You can also send an e-mail to blabbermouthinbox(@) with pertinent details. reserves the right to "hide" comments that may be considered offensive, illegal or inappropriate and to "ban" users that violate the site's Terms Of Service. Hidden comments will still appear to the user and to the user's Facebook friends. If a new comment is published from a "banned" user or contains a blacklisted word, this comment will automatically have limited visibility (the "banned" user's comments will only be visible to the user and the user's Facebook friends).

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As always, killer organ playing by ray! I really wish he and Jim were both alive but I just don't know what to believe. I just don't know man. The doors break on thru - a celebration of ray manzarek. Robby Krieger video playing Spanish Caravan intro on electric guitar. let's see what his face looks like as he plays it. The doors 3a break on thru- a celebration of ray manzarek yt. The doors 3a break on thru- a celebration of ray manzarek new. The doors 3a break on thru- a celebration of ray manzarek wallpaper. Underrated musicians. Edit Storyline Break On Thru: A Celebration of Ray Manzarek and The Doors is a concert documentary from a 2016 all-star performance in Los Angeles that John Densmore and Robby Krieger, the two surviving members of The Doors, developed to celebrate what would have been Manzarek's 70th birthday. As well as the all star concert there's never before seen footage from The Doors archives and new Interviews from Densmore and Krieger. It's a one of a kind documentary about a very special person and a legendary rock band. Written by The Doors Music Company Plot Summary | Add Synopsis Details Release Date: 28 April 2018 (USA) See more  » Also Known As: The Doors: Break On Thru - A Celebration Of Ray Manzarek Company Credits Technical Specs See full technical specs  ».

Robby Krieger is playing with pajamas. Nice.


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