"OPENING THE DOORS: JIM MORRISON & THE BAND FEATURED AT ROCK HALL OF FAME"

At the top of a winding staircase, a larger-than-life photograph of Jim Morrison, shirtless, seductive and forever young, looms as the song “Back Door Man” pulses through the room.

Forty years after making their recording debut, the Doors — one of America’s greatest rock and roll bands, whose lasting sound has inspired generations of musicians and fans — are being honored with a comprehensive exhibit at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland.

“Break on Through: The Lasting Legacy of the Doors” opened Friday and will be on display until Oct. 7. The exposition includes rare photographs, guitars, tour programs, posters, letters and stage clothing, as well as handwritten lyrics by Morrison.

“If he were here, Jim would just love it,” Doors guitarist Robbie Krieger said Thursday of the band’s frontman, who died in 1971 at the age of 27. “He’d go crazy.”

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