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The Doors - 1965 - World Pacific Jazz Studios Demos

Trans World Pacific Studios was located on Third Street and it was here for the first time that The Doors had ever recorded in a studio. Aura Records had seen that the previous single that Rick & The Ravens had released was not doing so well, so rather than going to the expense of pressing another single and watching it most likely fail, the record company had decided to give The Doors free studio time. The Doors spent three hours in the studio and recorded six demos. The owner for Trans World Pacific Studios was Dick Bock who also produced the demo tapes for The Doors. The demo tapes were recorded before Robby Krieger joined the band. At that time, the group included Jim Morrison on vocals, Ray Manzarek on vocals/piano, John Densmore on drums, Rick Manzarek on guitar, Jim Manzarek on harmonica and an unknown girl that was hired from a local group to play bass. The only copies of these demo recordings were originally owned by World Pacific Studios, John Densmore and Billy James who at the time was a representative for Columbia Records.(Bootlegzone). Hyacinth House is not from this session.

01 - End Of The Night
02 - Go Insane
03 - Hello I Love You
04 - Moonlight Drive
05 - My Eyes Have Seen You
06 - Summer's Almost Gone
07 - Hyacinth House

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