Watch Robby Krieger and John Densmore discuss Ray Manzarek and Jim Morrison

Robby Krieger and John Densmore have been filmed together for the first time in 10 years. In footage below, Krieger and Densmore reminisce about the impact Ray Manzarek had on the band and their early rehearsals with Jim Morrison. This conversation was filmed not long after Manzarek's death on May 20 this year and features on an updated version of the Doors app in a section called Ray 'Manzarek Remembered'.

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Robby Krieger and John Densmore have been filmed together for the first time in 10 years.

In footage below, Krieger and Densmore reminisce about the impact Ray Manzarek had on the band and their early rehearsals with Jim Morrison.

This conversation was filmed not long after Manzarek’s death on May 20 this year and features on an updated version of the Doors app in a section called Ray ‘Manzarek Remembered’.



You can watch a trailer for the Doors app below.




The updated version of the app is available from the iTunes app store from Thursday, December 5. The ‘Ray Manzarek Remembered’ section also features a critical deconstruction of Manzarek’s keyboard playing, a “Riders On The Storm” photo montage, recently discovered transcripts of Morrison’s testimony and bail bond application from the 1969 incident the Dinner Key Auditorium in which Jim Morrison was accused of indecent exposure.


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