More than 700 images and 100 music and sound clips that will delight and satisfy Doors fans. More than just photos, music and video, this smartly integrated compilation is presented in a way that lets you experience the intensity and originality of Jim Morrison and the Doors.
The foundation of this app is authentic source material meticulously curated by Elektra Records president Jac Holzman, with Robin Hurley, and fully endorsed by the Doors.
Since most all content is built into the App, you can enjoy the pictures, music, sound and video, without a WiFi connection.
Bonus: Option for group viewing on any flat screen TV with AppleTV interface.
•227 Band Photos — rare publicity photos and candid shots. Pinch and zoom most images to uncover rich details
•112 images of album and singles artwork from around the world
•196 images of memorabilia
•75 photos of the notes handwritten on the original recording Master Tracking sheets. It’s like holding Doors history in your hands
•6 full-length original videos for Break On Through, Strange Days, Unknown Soldier, Wild Child, Roadhouse Blues (Live), and the Changeling. Plus, numerous new and historic video segments specially created for the App.
MULTIMEDIA SECTION FOR EACH ALBUM
Includes the albums The Doors, Strange Days, Waiting for the Sun, The Soft Parade, Morrison Hotel, Absolutely Live, LA Woman, Other Voices, Full Circle and American Prayer. The story behind each record is revealed through text, photos, videos, music clips, as well as homages from influencers like Patti Smith, Hunter S. Thompson, Francis Ford Coppola and the Doors themselves. It’s really a mini–app for each album.
DOORS’ LYRIC SHEETS
The complete lyrics for all the Doors’ songs including Light my Fire, Riders on the Storm, The End, and When The Music’s Over.
INTERACTIVE DOORS TIMELINE
Weaves highlights of The Doors’ history with other musical and historical events. For example, that the Viet Cong attacked the U.S. Embassy in Saigon just 6 weeks before the Doors released “The Unknown Soldier.”
EXCLUSIVE GRAPHIC TALE
Chronicling Jim Morrison’s “incident” in Miami with the original FBI documents, testimony and arrest reports — illustrated by Dean Haspiel.
Learn how engineer, Bruce Botnick and The Doors, captured their signature sound for each album. Features a photo inventory of the actual equipment, and how it was used on each LP.
INSIDER MINI BIOS
The 100+ people most important to the history of the band, not easily found, even in a Google search.
*PRESS & HOLD any item and it will be filed in the App’s FAVORITES section for later access. Super helpful with all this content
*An interactive map of the key places in The Doors L.A. lives.
*Share your discoveries with friends by posting selected content from the App on Facebook and Twitter.