This is one of the coolest music links ever:
Commemorating the passing of music legend Ray Manzarek, keyboardist for The Doors, Smithsonian Channel will air encore presentations of THE DOORS: MR. MOJO RISIN’ – THE STORY OF L.A. WOMAN throughout the next week. One of the most influential rock bands of the 1960s, the Los Angeles group The Doors personified the turbulent era in America at the time with its raw form of rhythm-and-blues-inspired rock and its charismatic, poetic and unpredictable front man Jim Morrison.
THE DOORS: MR. MOJO RISIN’ – THE STORY OF L.A. WOMAN will air on:
Sunday, May 26 at 9pm Nashville Time
Tuesday, May 28 at 8pm Nashville Time
The one-hour documentary is an intimate, behind-the-scenes look at the making of what would be the iconic rock band’s final album together. Looks like Must see TV if you are a Doors fan.
Watch a preview now at smithsonianchannel.com