L.A. Woman is the sixth studio album from The Doors. It was released in 1971 and was the last album to feature Jim Morrison on vocals as he died three months after its release. *sad face* I don’t think I knew there were post Morrison’s death albums (there are three). The album peaked at number nine on the US charts and it contains the hits “Love Her Madly” and “Riders on the Storm.”
I’m not terribly familiar with all of The Doors work. Riders on the Storm is probably one of my favorite songs from the band. I was kind of surprised to find it missing from my iTunes library. Not sure how that happened but it is rather easy to accidentally delete things from iTunes. Anyway, I was unfamiliar with a large part of this album but I like the bluesy sound of it. Some critics claim this is the best album The Doors put out but I’ll leave that up to the true fans. My only exposure to The Doors comes from the 1991 Oliver Stone movie staring Val Kilmer. I did stop by Jim Morrison’s grave in Paris in the late ‘90s. Idk. That’s all I got.