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Documentary; Year - 2018; USA; Info - A concert documentary from a 2016 all-star performance in Los Angeles, John Densmore and Robby Krieger the two surviving members of The Doors developed to celebrate what would have been Manzarek's 70th birthday.

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Jim was sentence to do time in jail, maybe he staged his death.
Response about how silly of a person you are that i'm too lazy and uncaring of a person to make.
I love the Beatles and they really pushed music forward, but man do they seem dated when at the time the Doors were doing this.

BREAK ON THRU: A CELEBRATION OF RAY MANZAREK AND Online Hindi HBO 2018 Online. 💔💔💔💔💔. Break on Thru: A Celebration of Ray Manzarek and The Doors Watch stream new. Break on Thru: A Celebration of Online Hindi Film Live Steaming. Break on Thru: A Celebration of The website] Break on Thru: A Celebration of Ray Manzarek and The Doors} movie trailer. My dad got drunk while doing karaoke to this. Ray Manzarek Manzarek performing in 2006 Born Raymond Daniel Manczarek Jr. February 12, 1939 Chicago, Illinois, U. S. Died May 20, 2013 (aged 74) Rosenheim, Germany Occupation Musician, songwriter, filmmaker Years active 1959–2013 Spouse(s) Dorothy Aiko Fujikawa ( m. ) Children 1 Musical career Genres Psychedelic rock, acid rock, blues rock, hard rock, blues, jazz fusion, funk, rock and roll, electronic music, punk rock Instruments Keyboards, Vocals Labels Elektra Associated acts The Doors Manzarek–Krieger Rick & the Ravens Nite City The Manzarek–Rogers Band Skrillex X Website The Official Site of Ray Manzarek Raymond Daniel Manzarek Jr. (né Manczarek; February 12, 1939 – May 20, 2013) was an American musician, singer, producer, film director, and author, best known as a member of The Doors from 1965 to 1973, which he co-founded with singer and lyricist Jim Morrison. Manzarek was notable for performing on a keyboard bass during many live shows and some recordings, taking on a role usually filled by a bass guitar player. Manzarek recorded on every track of all eight Doors studio albums, and was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1993. He was a co-founding member of Nite City from 1977 to 1978, and of Manzarek–Krieger from 2001 until his death in 2013. USA Today defined him as "one of the best keyboardists ever. " Biography [ edit] Early life [ edit] Raymond Daniel Manczarek Jr. was born and raised on the South Side of Chicago, Illinois. He was born to Helena and Raymond Manczarek Sr., and was of Polish descent. [1] [2] Growing up, he took private piano lessons from Bruno Michelotti and others. He originally wanted to play basketball, but he wanted to play only power forward or center. When he was sixteen his coach insisted either he play guard or not at all and he quit the team. Manzarek said later if it was not for that ultimatum, he might never have been with The Doors. He went to Everett Elementary School on South Bell Street and attended St. Rita of Cascia High School. [3] In 1956, he matriculated at DePaul University, where he played piano in his fraternity's jazz band (the Beta Pi Mu Combo), participated in intramural football, served as treasurer of the Speech Club, and organized a charity concert with Sonny Rollins and Dave Brubeck. He graduated from the University's College of Commerce with a degree in economics in 1960. [4] In the fall of 1961, Manzarek briefly enrolled at the University of California, Los Angeles School of Law. Unable to acclimate to the curriculum, he transferred to the Department of Motion Pictures, Television and Radio as a graduate student before dropping out altogether after breaking up with a girlfriend. [5] Although he attempted to enlist in the Army Signal Corps as a camera operator on a drunken lark during a visit to New York City, he was instead assigned to the highly selective Army Security Agency as a prospective intelligence analyst in Okinawa and then Laos. While in the Army, Manzarek played in various musical ensembles and first smoked and grew cannabis. However, because he wanted to eventually visit Poland, he refused to sign the requisite security clearance and was discharged as a private first class after several months of undesignated duty. According to Britt Leach, a fellow Army Security Agency enlistee, Manzarek "had collected an entire duffel bag" of cannabis specimens during his service in Laos; this may have been used to fund his subsequent graduate education. [6] The Doors [ edit] Following his return to the United States, he re-enrolled in UCLA's graduate film program in 1962, where he received a M. F. A. in cinematography in 1965. [7] [8] During this period, he met future wife Dorothy Fujikawa and undergraduate film student Jim Morrison. At the time, Manzarek was in a band called Rick & the Ravens with his brothers Rick and Jim. [9] Forty days after finishing film school, thinking they had gone their separate ways, Manzarek and Morrison met by chance on Venice Beach in California. Morrison said he had written some songs, and Manzarek expressed an interest in hearing them, whereupon Morrison sang rough versions of " Moonlight Drive ", "My Eyes Have Seen You" and " Summer's Almost Gone ". Manzarek liked the songs and co-founded The Doors with Morrison at that moment. During this period, Manzarek met guitarist Robby Krieger and drummer John Densmore at a Transcendental Meditation lecture and recruited them for the incipient band. Densmore said, "There wouldn't be any Doors without Maharishi. " [10] From left to right, Densmore, Krieger, Manzarek and Morrison in a publicity photo from 1966 In January 1966, The Doors became the house band at the London Fog on the Sunset Strip. According to Manzarek, "Nobody ever came in the occasional sailor or two on leave, a few drunks. All in all it was a very depressing experience, but it gave us time to really get the music together. " The same day The Doors were fired from the London Fog, they were hired to be the house band of the Whisky a Go Go. [11] The Doors' first recording contract was with Columbia Records. After a few months of inactivity, they learned they were on Columbia's drop list. At that point, they asked to be released from their contract. Following a few months of live gigs, Jac Holzman "rediscovered" The Doors and signed them to Elektra Records. The Doors lacked a bass guitarist (except during recording sessions), so at live performances Manzarek played the bass parts on a Fender Rhodes Piano Bass. His signature sound was that of the Vox Continental combo organ, an instrument used by many other psychedelic rock bands of the era. He later used a Gibson G-101 Kalamazoo combo organ (which looks like a Farfisa) because the Continental's plastic keys frequently broke. During the Morrison era, Manzarek was the group's regular backing vocalist. He occasionally sang lead, as exemplified by covers of Muddy Waters 's "Close To You" (released on 1970s Absolutely Live) and "You Need Meat (Don't Go No Further)" (recorded during the L. Woman sessions and initially released as the B-side of " Love Her Madly "). He went on to share lead vocals with Krieger on the albums ( Other Voices and Full Circle) released after Morrison's death. Later career and influence [ edit] After recording two solo albums on Mercury Records to a muted reception in 1974, Manzarek played in several groups, most notably Nite City. [11] He recorded a rock adaptation of Carl Orff 's Carmina Burana (1983; co-produced by Philip Glass), briefly played with Iggy Pop, sat in on one track on the eponymous 1987 album Echo & the Bunnymen, backed San Francisco poet Michael McClure 's poetry readings and worked on improvisational compositions with poet Michael C. Ford. [12] He also worked extensively with Hearts of Fire screenwriter and former SRC front man Scott Richardson [13] on a series of spoken word and blues recordings entitled "Tornado Souvenirs". Manzarek produced the first four albums of the seminal punk band X, [14] also contributing occasionally on keyboards. [15] His memoir, Light My Fire: My Life with The Doors, was published in 1998. The Poet in Exile (2001) is a novel exploring the urban legend that Jim Morrison may have faked his death. Manzarek's second novel, Snake Moon, released in April 2006, is a Civil War ghost story. In 2000, a collaboration poetry album entitled Freshly Dug was released with British singer, poet, actor and pioneer Punk rocker Darryl Read. Read had previously worked with Manzarek on the Beat Existentialist album in 1994, and their last poetical and musical collaboration was in 2007 with the album Bleeding Paradise. Manzarek at the Bospop festival, Weert 2010, the Netherlands Also in 2000, he co-wrote and directed the film Love Her Madly, [16] which was credited to a story idea by Jim Morrison. [17] The film was shown at the closing night of the 2004 Santa Cruz Film Festival, [18] but otherwise received limited distribution and critical review. In 2006, he collaborated with composer and trumpeter Bal. The album that resulted, Atonal Head, is an exploration in the realm of electronica. The two musicians integrated jazz, rock, ethnic and classical music into their computer-based creations. On August 4, 2007, Manzarek hosted a program on BBC Radio 2 about the 40th anniversary of the recording of " Light My Fire " and the group's musical and spiritual influences. In April 2009, Manzarek and Robby Krieger appeared as special guests for Daryl Hall 's monthly concert webcast Live From Daryl's House. They performed several Doors tunes (" People Are Strange ", " The Crystal Ship ", " Roadhouse Blues " and " Break on Through (To the Other Side) ") with Hall providing lead vocals. In his last years he often sat in with local bands in the Napa County, California area, where he relocated in the early 2000s. [19] In 2009, Manzarek collaborated with "Weird Al" Yankovic, by playing keyboards on the single " Craigslist ", which is a pastiche of The Doors. [20] On the day of Manzarek's death, Yankovic published a personal video of this studio session which he said had been an "extreme honor" and "one of the absolute high points of my life". [21] Manzarek was a co-producer on a few tracks for Universal Recording artist Michael Barber. A track appeared on the Internet, titled "Be Ok", on Barber's Universal Records debut. [ citation needed] In May 2010, Manzarek recorded with slide guitarist Roy Rogers in Studio D in Sausalito, California. Their album, Translucent Blues, released in mid-2011, was ranked No. 3 on the Top 100 Roots Rock Albums of 2011 by The Roots Music Report. [22] In February 2012, Manzarek recorded " Breakn' a Sweat " with DJ Skrillex and his fellow former Doors members Robby Krieger and John Densmore. In August 2013, Twisted Tales was released and dedicated to Manzarek after his passing. The unlikely musical duo of Manzarek and Roy Rogers, Manzarek-Rogers Band, for eight years substantiated the concept "opposites attract" since the latter is perceived for slide guitar and delta blues. The lyrical content is primarily penned by songwriter/poets Jim Carroll and Michael McClure. [23] Personal life, death and legacy [ edit] Manzarek married fellow UCLA alumna Dorothy Aiko Fujikawa in Los Angeles on December 21, 1967, with Jim Morrison and his longtime companion, Pamela Courson, as witnesses. Manzarek and Fujikawa remained married until his death. They had a son, Pablo born in August 31st 1973, and three grandchildren. [14] In the early 1970s, the Manzareks divided their time between an apartment in West Hollywood, California and a small penthouse on New York City's Upper West Side. [24] They subsequently resided in Beverly Hills, California (including ten years in a house on Rodeo Drive) for several decades. [24] For the last decade of his life, Manzarek and his wife lived in a refurbished farmhouse near Vichy Springs, California in the Napa Valley. [25] In March 2013, Manzarek was diagnosed with a rare cancer called cholangiocarcinoma (bile duct cancer) and traveled to Germany for special treatment. During that time he reconciled with John Densmore, and he spoke to Robby Krieger before his death. He also performed a private concert for his doctors and nurses. Manzarek was "feeling better" until it took a turn for the worse according to his manager. On May 20, 2013, Manzarek died at a hospital in Rosenheim, Germany, at the age of 74. [26] [27] His body was cremated. Robby Krieger said, "I was deeply saddened to hear about the passing of my friend and bandmate Ray Manzarek today. I'm just glad to have been able to have played Doors songs with him for the last decade. Ray was a huge part of my life and I will always miss him. " [27] John Densmore said, "There was no keyboard player on the planet more appropriate to support Jim Morrison's words. Ray, I felt totally in sync with you musically. It was like we were of one mind, holding down the foundation for Robby and Jim to float on top of. I will miss my musical brother. " [28] Greg Harris, president and CEO of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, said in reaction to Manzarek's death that "The world of rock 'n' roll lost one of its greats with the passing of Ray Manzarek. " [29] Harris also said that "he was instrumental in shaping one of the most influential, controversial and revolutionary groups of the '60s. Such memorable tracks as 'Light My Fire', 'People Are Strange' and 'Hello, I Love You' – to name but a few – owe much to Manzarek's innovative playing. " [30] At 9:31 on May 21, The Whisky a Go Go and other clubs where the Doors played dimmed their lights in his memory. An invitation-only memorial service was held on June 9 in the Napa Opera House. February 12, 2016, at the Fonda Theatre in Hollywood, John Densmore and Robby Krieger reunited for the first time in 15 years to perform in tribute to Manzarek and benefit Stand Up to Cancer. That day would have been Manzarek's 77th birthday. The night featured Exene Cervenka and John Doe of the band X, Rami Jaffee of the Foo Fighters, Stone Temple Pilots' Robert DeLeo, Jane's Addiction's Stephen Perkins, Emily Armstrong of Dead Sara and Andrew Watt, among others. In April 2018, the film Break On Thru: A celebration of Ray Manzarek and The Doors was premiered at the 2018 Asbury Park Music & Film Festival. The film highlights the 2016 concert in honor of Manzarek's 77th birthday and new footage and interviews. The film won the APMFF Best Film Feature Award at the festival. Discography [ edit] Solo [ edit] The Golden Scarab (1974) The Whole Thing Started with Rock & Roll Now It's Out of Control (1974) Carmina Burana (1983) Love Her Madly (2006) Nite City [ edit] Nite City (1977) Golden Days Diamond Nights (1978) With Bal [ edit] Atonal Head (2006) With Echo & the Bunnymen [ edit] Bedbugs and Ballyhoo (1987) With Michael McClure [ edit] Love Lion (1993) The Piano Poems: Live From San Francisco (2012) With Darryl Read [ edit] Freshly Dug (1999) With Roy Rogers [ edit] Ballads Before The Rain (2008) Translucent Blues (2011) Twisted Tales (2013) Spoken word [ edit] The Doors: Myth And Reality, The Spoken Word History (1996) With "Weird Al" Yankovic [ edit] Craigslist (2009) With poet Michael C. Ford [ edit] Look Each Other in The Ears. Hen House Studio Album includes The Doors: Ray Manzarek, Robby Krieger, and John Densmore. 2014 Filmography [ edit] Love Her Madly (2000). Director and co-writer. Induction (1965). Actor (Ray), director, and writer. The Wino and the Blind Man (1964). Actor (blind man). Evergreen (1965). Writer and Director. Deal of the Century (1983). Actor (Charlie Simbo). The Poet in Exile (in production). References [ edit] ^ "Doors Legend Doors In". The Warsaw Voice.. Retrieved May 20, 2013. ^ "Ray Manzarek Bio - Ray Manzarek Career".. Retrieved June 25, 2016. ^ Manzarek, Ray. Light My Fire. New York: Berkley Boulevard Books, 1998. ISBN   0-425-17045-4 ^ Jane Connelly. "DePaul's musical history: Ray Manzarek and The Doors | Newsline | DePaul University | A Publication for Faculty and Staff".. Retrieved January 21, 2017. ^ Gillian G. Gaar. The Doors: The Illustrated History.. Retrieved January 21, 2017. ^ "In the Army with Ray". Hot Metal Bridge. Retrieved January 21, 2017. ^ "Co-Founder of The Doors Ray Manzarek has passed away | UCLA School of TFT".. Retrieved January 21, 2017. ^ Ray Manzarek (October 15, 1999). Light My Fire: My Life with The Doors.. p. 83. Retrieved January 21, 2017. ^ Fricke, David (June 20, 2013). "Ray Manzarek of the Doors". Rolling Stone (1185): 26. ^ Maharishi Mahesh Yogi Obituary, Rolling Stone, March 6, 2008, p. 16 ^ a b Goldstein, Patrick. "Nite City: The Dark Side of L. " Archived July 9, 2008, at the Wayback Machine, Creem (September 1977). Retrieved May 15, 2008 ^ Ray Manzarek and Michael C. Ford at Hen House Studios, video ^ "Hearts of Fire (1987)". Internet Movie Database. Retrieved May 20, 2013. ^ a b "Ray Manzarek, the Doors' keyboardist, dies at 74". Los Angeles Times. May 20, 2013. ^ "Los Angeles - X | Credits". AllMusic. Retrieved January 21, 2017. ^ Love Her Madly; IMDb. Retrieved 2013-12-21. ^ Love Her Madly credits; IMDb. Retrieved 2013-12-21. ^ Sarah Phelan, 'Madly', Deeply; Metro Santa Cruz, May 19–26, 2004. Retrieved 2013-12-21. ^ The buttercream Gang with guest Ray Manzarek on YouTube. Retrieved November 6, 2010. ^ Yankovic, Al. Alpocalypse at Allmusic, credits at AllMusic. Retrieved May 24, 2013. ^ Yankovic, Al (May 20, 2013). Ray Manzarek plays "Weird Al" Yankovic's "Craigslist" (A/V stream). YouTube. Retrieved May 24, 2013. ^ "The No. 1 Independent, International Music Charts in the World – Music News, Reviews, & More. Helping the Music Artist along with Radio Stations and Record Labels". Roots Music Report. Retrieved May 20, 2013. ^ "Slide guitarist Roy Rogers talks 'Twisted Tales' final album with Ray Manzarek".. Retrieved June 25, 2016. ^ a b [1] [ dead link] ^ "Rock 'n' roll retreat / The Doors' Ray Manzarek and his wife savor life in Wine Country".. Retrieved January 21, 2020. ^ "Ray Manzarek, Founding Member of The Doors, Passes Away at 74". The Doors Property, LLC. May 20, 2013. Archived from the original on August 7, 2013. Retrieved May 20, 2013. ^ a b "Keyboardist Ray Manzarek of The Doors dies at age 74". Reuters. May 13, 2013. Retrieved May 20, 2013. ^ "John Densmore on TwitLonger". TwitLonger. May 20, 2013. ^ Lewis, Randy (May 20, 2013). "Ray Manzarek dies at 74; the Doors' keyboardist". Retrieved February 3, 2015. ^ Cava, Marco della (May 20, 2013). "Ray Manzarek's keyboards opened musical doors". USA Today. Retrieved February 3, 2015. Further reading [ edit] Light My Fire: My Life with The Doors (1998) ISBN   0-425-17045-4 The Poet in Exile (2001) Thunder's Mouth Press, 2002 paperback: ISBN   1-56025-447-5 Snake Moon (2006) ISBN   1-59780-041-4 External links [ edit] Official website Official Manzarek-Krieger website Official Ray Manzarek & Roy Rogers Official Ray Manzarek & Michael McClure The Doors official website Ray Manzarek on IMDb Ray Manzarek shares moments of his life story and career NAMM Oral History Interview December 8, 2008.

Thanks Ray Manzarek. Rest in peace great music is eternal. Who stole the vox continental? That keyboard is not a replacement. What an awesome guy. Break on Thru: A Celebration of Ray Manzarek and The Doors Watch stream new albums. This film would have won an acedemy award for best music fiction documentary. that is if The Doors didn't really exist. To see The REAL DOORS. May i suggest When You're Strange and Feast of Friends DVDs. The real real DOORS.

A nice blend. Minus the drum kit and Ray's electric piano- just for some 'down hom groovin. You can feel the spiritual vibe. (2 graduated. 2 Left) Thanks, guys for caring about the music. Wow,stunning camera work. A living legend is playing his guys out for you, so let's see what his face is doing. Smfh. The Doors have announced a new concert documentary to honor the legacy of late keyboardist Ray Manzarek. "The Doors: Break on Thru – A Celebration of Ray Manzarek" will premiere in theaters around the world in a one-night only event on February 12th, which would have been Manzarek’s birthday. Featured Channel Gone But Not Forgotten In remembrance of classic rockers who've gone before us... More Channels From New concert documentary on The Doors will honor keyboardist Ray Manzarek In Memoriam 500 songs from artists whose absence is as profound as their contributions Hey Hey We're the '60s! The sound of classic Top 40 AM radio Classic Rock '64-'71 Classic rock post British Invasion and Woodstock Classic Rock Light Lighter classic rock ideal for the office or background listening Adult Rock More laid-back than Alternative, more eclectic than Classic Rock We're an American Band! Classic R-O-C-K from the U-S-A!! Live Classic Rock Classic rock concert recordings Classic Rock Road Trips Great classic rock for driving. Tune in and start 'er up! Legendary Voices of Classic Rock The greatest vocal performances in Classic Rock history Rock 'n Stereo The glory days of AOR radio, playing everything from America and Earth Wind & Fire to ZZ Top Classic Rock Tailgate Party Sunshine, drinks, brats, football, and Classic Rock for the party! Five O'Clock Classic Rock Upbeat Classic rock for when the workday is over (or you wish it were! ).

Lol. interesting interview, To say the least.  Ray is, along with like, Paul Kantner, the ultimate hippie. Break on Thru: A Celebration of Ray Manzarek and The Doors Watch streams. Aguante los doors carajo! ✌✌. Break on Thru: A Celebration of Ray Manzarek and The Doors Watch stream online. Ray Manzarek Add to Custom List Add to My Collection AllMusic Rating 7 User Ratings ( 0) Your Rating Overview ↓ User Reviews Credits Releases Similar Albums Ray Manzarek's 1974 follow-up to his excellent The Golden Scarab (A Rhythm Myth) from the same year finds producer Bob Brown stepping into Bruce Botnick's shoes. Over 40 minutes of music from the Doors' keyboard player expands the excellent concepts initiated by the Doors' Other Voices and Full Circle albums, with the thread continuing on the aforementioned The Golden Scarab. The title track was composed by Manzarek, manager Danny Sugarman, and journeyman guitarist Dick Wagner, fresh from his stint in the Lou Reed's Rock & Roll Animal Band and right before he would co-author hits by Alice Cooper. Flo & Eddie provide backing vocals on the two-minute-and-33-second title song, the shortest on the disc. "I Wake up Screaming" resembles music from An American Prayer, and indeed, it's a poem by James Douglas Morrison featuring an early performance by poetess Patti Smith. With so much depth and intrigue here, Polygram Records deciding to take three tracks from this album and tag them on the end of a 1994 re-release of The Golden Scarab deprived Manzarek and Doors fans of the full scope of this work. The complete sessions from both projects in one package would be appropriate. "Bicentennial Blues" could be an outtake from Other Voices and features Manzarek at his most Doorsy, especially when the long keyboard solo in this nearly eight-minute track gets the tonal quality and riffs from "Light My Fire. " Had the three Doors continued their musical journey together, this important music may have found a wider audience -- it definitely grooves. Where Larry Carlton performs on The Golden Scarab (A Rhythm Myth), Eagles/James Gang guitarist Joe Walsh shows up here, as do Steve Forman -- percussion player with Marty Balin among many others -- and Paul Davis. It's an interesting musical mix, with Manzarek indulging in all sorts of keyboard instruments and synthesizers. He's flanked by enough equipment on the back cover to stock a music store, but refrains from drenching the disc in those sounds, as Gary Wright would with 1976's Dream Weaver. Rock meets jazz here on "Perfumed Garden" and other tracks, providing a unique glimpse of one of rock & roll's most enduring characters. "The Gambler" moves with authority, while the quirky instrumental "Whirling Dervish, " co-written with Paul Davis, keeps the momentum and is chock-full of the creative sparks Manzarek always provides. "Begin the World Again" is thought-provoking and entertaining, as is this entire disc. blue highlight denotes track pick.

Story highlights The Doors' founding keyboardist Ray Manzarek has died Manzarek, 74, was suffering from bile duct cancer The musician "went for performance" as a producer, bassist of punk band X said in 2004 The Doors' founding keyboardist, Ray Manzarek, died in Germany Monday after a long fight with cancer, his publicist said in a statement. He was 74. The artist had been diagnosed with bile duct cancer. The Doors formed in 1965 after Manzarek happened to meet Jim Morrison on California's Venice Beach. The legendary rock group went on to sell 100 million albums worldwide, establishing five multiplatinum discs in the U. S. Morrison died in 1971, but Manzarek carried on The Doors' legacy, continuing to work as a musician and an author. "I was deeply saddened to hear about the passing of my friend and bandmate Ray Manzarek today, " said Doors guitarist Robby Krieger. "I'm just glad to have been able to have played Doors songs with him for the last decade. Ray was a huge part of my life and I will always miss him. " The band famously defied Ed Sullivan's request that they not sing the lyric "higher" when they performed "Light My Fire" on his show in 1969. A show producer approached them in the dressing room shortly before they were to perform, Manzarek recalled in an interview with CNN in 2002. Manzarek remembers the band publicly agreeing like choirboys. " 'Yes, sir, ' we told him, " he recalls. "'Whatever you say, sir. We'll change. ' (The producer) looked at Jim and said, 'You're the poet. Think of something else -- 'wire, ' 'flyer. ' " Then the Doors went out and did the song exactly as they always did. Sullivan was so furious he didn't even shake their hands. Manzarek went on to produce the Los Angeles punk band X. Bassist John Doe said the band learned a lot from him. "To have someone like Ray -- like rock 'n' roll royalty -- embrace what we do, it was great for our confidence, " Doe told CNN in a 2004 interview. "In the studio, he knew what to try to do. He went for performance. He was smart enough to realize that the band had the arrangements all worked out. " Manzarek is survived by his brothers Rick and James, his wife Dorothy, his son Pablo, and three grandchildren. Instead of flowers, the family's asked that a donation be made in Manzarek's name at.

Jim Morrison made The Doors a Top 3 Band of all time, thats how great he was.

To the most important part of the Doors music, Ray Manzarek! R I P

Break on Thru: A Celebration of Ray Manzarek and The Doors Watch stream.nbcolympics. Break on Thru: A Celebration of Ray Manzarek and The Doors Watch stream. Break on Thru: A Celebration of Ray Manzarek and The Doors Watch streaming sur internet. Break on Thru: A Celebration of Ray Manzarek and The Doors Watch. You bot? Check... Please wait... You're welcome, glad that you liked it. Wow, they really pimped that graveside up for the occasion. It's a far cry from the one my pal and I visited way back in '77. littered with empty bottles, doobies and the likes. Awesome. Ray was from a pragmatic, working-class family in Chicago. I wonder how they reacted when he told them he was going off to film school in California.


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