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The Doors' Earliest Recordings To Be Released On New Live Album

10/27/2016
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(Radio.com) Newly discovered live recordings of The Doors from May of 1966 are set to be released via a new live package entitled "London Fog 1966" which will hit stores on December 9th.

Before The Doors released their self-titled studio debut in 1967, they performed as the house band at London Fog, a West Hollywood nightclub located just down the way from Whiskey a Go Go. Now, fans will get to hear The Doors before they really became The Doors.

The live album will feature seven songs newly mastered by Doors engineer Bruce Botnick. The tracks are a combination of early Doors songs as well as blues covers. London Fog 1966 will be a collector's edition boxed set with only 18,000 copies available and each one numbered individually.

The set comes in a lift-top package made to look like a vintage storage box, and will include a CD and a 10-inch record designed to look like a test pressing. Read more here.

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