10 Worst Doors Songs

The Doors—from left to right: John Densmore (drummer), Ray Manzarek (keyboardist), Jim Morrison (singer), and Robby Krieger (guitarist)—held a press conference at Heathrow Airport in London, England on September 3, 1968. Photo by Granada Television.
The Doors—from left to right: John Densmore (drummer), Ray Manzarek (keyboardist), Jim Morrison (singer), and Robby Krieger (guitarist)—held a press conference at Heathrow Airport in London, England on September 3, 1968. Photo by Granada Television.
THIS ARTICLE WAS WRITTEN BY Michael Gallucci AND PUBLISHED BY ULTIMATE CLASSIC ROCK ON JANUARY 16, 2015.

The Doors packed a lot of great music into six albums and five short years. But working at the speed they did—two albums in 1967 and one every year after that through 1971, plus a consistent touring and promotional schedule—a few less-than-stellar tracks were bound to see the light of day, as you'll see on our list of the 10 Worst Doors Songs. We didn't include anything from the albums the band released after Jim Morrison's death in 1971, including two records made without the singer and the many live and previously unreleased tracks that have come out over the past 40-plus years.

10 'I Can't See Your Face in My Mind'
From: 'Strange Days' (1967)

The Doors' second album, 'Strange Days,' is an adventurous ride most of the way, a swirling carnival of sounds that takes some sharp detours. But it loses direction by the end, and on the LP's penultimate track, 'I Can't See Your Face in My Mind'—a dull, tentative ballad that falls somewhere between the lounge and bad trip—the group sounds stifled and bored.

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