DOORS NOT CLOSED JUST YET

'Bright Midnight - Live In America' features 13 tracks recorded between 1969 and 1970...

The 30th anniversary of DOORS frontman JIM MORRISON’s death is set to be marked by a brand new DOORS live album ‘BRIGHT MIDNIGHT – LIVE IN AMERICA’, due for release on June 25.

The album features 13 tracks, including Doors classics ‘Light My Fire’, ‘Break On Through’, ‘Love Me Two Times’, ‘Roadhouse Blues’ and ‘The End’, recorded during eight different shows from 1969-70. It also marks the first of a series of Doors releases set to appear over the next five years.

“Our goal is to give serious Doors fans the material they want, including professional eight-track recordings of concerts, some previously available only as overpriced and inferior sounding bootlegs,” remaining members Robbie Kreiger, Ray Manzarek and John Densmore said in a statement.

Jim Morrison died in a bath in Paris on July 3 1971.