The Doors’ ‘Love Her Madly’ Perfection

Love Her Madly

THIS ARTICLE WAS WRITTEN AND PUBLISHED BY BEST CLASSIC BANDS ON OCTOBER 29, 2018.

Ask a classic rock fan to name their favorite song from The Doors and you’re bound to get plenty of different candidates. One of their two U.S. #1 hits, perhaps, “Light My Fire” or “Hello, I Love You”? Or maybe one of several other Top 40 hits like “Touch Me,” “Riders on the Storm”?

Some may choose a favorite LP cut, such as “L.A. Woman,” “When the Music’s Over” or “Roadhouse Blues.” There are no wrong answers.

After a string of hit singles, from 1967-1969, the Doors had been largely absent from Top 40 radio.

That changed with “Love Her Madly.” The song, written by the band’s guitarist, Robby Krieger, was the first single from 1971’s L.A Woman, the band’s sixth studio album.

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