The Doors Release Limited Edition 'London Fog 1966'

Before settling into a 50th anniversary celebration next year, The Doors are going back to the (near) beginning with its latest vault release.

The limited edition (18,000 copies) London Fog 1966 features seven songs, including blues covers and early versions of "Strange Days" and "You Make Me Real." These renditions were recorded during the group's residency at the Sunset Strip club, before they moved shop to the Whiskey a Go Go, where the quartet cemented its reputation as a darkly provocative live act. 

It was at the London Fog where the group cut its teeth, and it's an illuminating recording even for surviving members Robby Krieger and John Densmore. "This is the earliest stuff I've ever heard of the Doors. It's pretty cool," guitarist Krieger tells Billboard.

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