The Doors – Love Her Madly.

imagesIn 1982, Krieger made an album with the Los Angeles group Acid Casualties. Their album, Panic Station, was released by Rhino Records and included a new version of the rare 1968 Pink Floyd single “Point Me at the Sky.” In the early 90s, Krieger formed a trio called the ‘Robby Krieger Organization‘ featuring Skip Van Winkle (electric organ,organ pedal bass) and Dale Alexander (drums, backing vocals).In 1996, Krieger formed a new band simply known as the ‘Robby Krieger Band‘ which featured his son Waylon Krieger (guitar), Barry Oakley Jr. (bass, backing vocals), Dale Alexander (keyboards) and Ray Mehlbaum (drums). The band performed shows in North America and 18Europe between 1996-1998. In 2000, Krieger released Cinematix, an entirely instrumental fusion album, with guest appearances from Billy Cobham and Edgar Winter.
Krieger and Manzarek reformed as the Doors of the 21st Century in 2002 with vocalist Ian Astbury of The Cult.Following a dispute with Densmore over The Doors name, the band is now known as “Ray Manzarek and Robby Krieger of The Doors“. For a brief period, the reformed band also included Police drummer Stewart Copeland.
Krieger played guitar on a few tracks by Blue Öyster Cult and has worked on a number of tribute projects organized by Billy Sherwood. Krieger has made some guest appearances with the band Particle and appears on the albumTransformations Live.
In June 2008, ZYX Studio released his concert with Eric Burdon, called Live at the Ventura Beach California. They also played “Back Door Man” and “Roadhouse Blues”.
In April 2009, Krieger and Ray Manzarek appeared as special guests for Daryl Hall’s monthly concert webcast “Live From Daryl’s House” They performed several Doors tunes (“People Are Strange”, “The Crystal Ship”, “Roadhouse Blues” and “Break On Through”), with Hall providing lead vocals.
Krieger has participated in the “Experience Hendrix” series of concerts over the last two years (2008–09), joining a number of high profile guitar players paying tribute to the musicianship and songwriting of Jimi Hendrix.

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2 Responses to The Doors – Love Her Madly.

  1. Angie says:

    The Doors is/was one of my favorite bands, thanks for the trip down memory lane. 😀

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