club proved last Saturday that Jim Morrison's charisma and the songs he made
with the Doors are not fading with time, but are getting a lasting cultural
value from generation to generation.
from all revival bands, we didn't expect a spectacular performance from
Doors Experience, We just
expected them to present in the best way what one of the best and most
influential bands of all time left behind.
In their 2 hour performance in the packed club, with mostly young generation
fans, they showed everything expected from a band with their profile and more.
From Hello I Love You and People Are Strange, and during the entire concert it
was visible that they were studying each and every detail of the Doorsí
In instrumental expression they managed to create a mystic and psychedelic mood
on stage, the most on songs: The End, When The Musicís Over and Riders On The
Storm, in which i would like to mention guitar abilities of Rene Galik and the
thrilling rhythm section.
intention to to give less credits to other members of the band, the frontman
Boiler with his physical resemblance
Morrison and with his vocal abilities is giving this revival group a serious
sign with the audience and not a stadium
of a pale
replica. The scene performance (jumping, laying down,
sexual intercourse on stage) because of which he had to change his shirts 3
times, well made to that which Jim Morrison was wearing on his concerts and
album covers of the Doors, left nobody unmoved, especially the female part of
where you could even hear moaning.
real eruption of thrill which can be characterized as the top of the evening
with young fans were fast mega hits such as Break
On Through, L. A. Woman and
Roadhouse Blues, where you could notice that the young generation can appreciate
the value and quality of music, no matter how old it is. With dancing and
singing they were expressing their pleasure in all 21 song the band played that
night, which resulted with double comeback on stage. As one of the encores they
played Light My Fire, during which visibly thrilled keyboardist Klaus Bergmaier