Good night Jim
"The Doors' reputation as a live act ground to a halt when they took the stage at the Warehouse in New Orleans on Dec. 12, 1970. By all accounts, the performance was a mess, with Jim Morrison in particularly bad form, often forgetting or ignoring the correct lyrics. Three months after the release of the 'L.A. Woman' in the Spring of 1971, Morrison was found dead in Paris. In 2002, Ray Manzarek and Robby Krieger recruited Ian Astbury of the Cult to fill Morrison's spot, a move which angered Doors drummer John Densmore."