The Doors' Densmore Talks Long Lost Documentary

(Classic Rock) The Doors drummer John Densmore is delighted that unfinished 1968 documentary Feast Of Friends is to be officially released at last - even though he admits: "It's not a masterpiece."

And he's glad that the band's only UK appearance, at London's Roundhouse, is included in the package, which goes on sale via Eagle Rock on November 10.

Feast Of Friends was left incomplete after finance was withdrawn as a result of frontman Jim Morrison's arrest for allegedly exposing himself in Miami - for which he was pardoned in 2010.

Densmore tells MusicRadar: "Not too much more was planned at the time - we didn't have too far to go on it. The label didn't step in, though. We were getting a little worried because we were putting a lot of money into this thing. Of course, Ray Manzarek and Jim were like, 'So what?' That was their world pretty much. So the project kind of stopped at a point, but what's there is great - I'm sure glad that we have it." Read more here.

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