50 years ago last month, The Doors released their incredible debut album. The self-titled collection of songs was slow-burning its way through the early part of 1967 as fans of their hitherto blues rock were adjusting to a new fusion of rock, jazz, poetry and organ riffs. The hypnotic ‘Light My Fire’ would not emerge as their signature tune until Elektra Records and producer Paul Rothchild released a shorter single in April 1967. Inspired by some grade-A touch points (The Rolling Stones’ ‘Playing With Fire’, Fats Domino’s ‘Blueberry Hill’ and John Coltrane’s ‘Olé’), this descendent would climb even greater heights. Have a great week.