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© The Doors Archive, Date Unknown
The Doors Archive
By Bobby Klein
In 1967, when The Doors were looking for someone to take their first real publicity shots, Bobby Klein was their first pick. He was young, hip, living in Laurel Canyon and was already known for shooting rock album covers. Bobby started out shooting the band on Venice Beach, the Venice Canals, and finished off the day with dinner at their favorite local spot, “The Lucky U”. He also photographed the band and their famous Sunset Strip billboard. Lastly, Bobby went with the band to San Francisco, photographed the band throughout the city and finished off with shots of the band performing at the Avalon Ballroom.
The Doors by The Doors Archive
Color: Black and White
Type: Archival Digital Print
Edition: Limited Edition
Signed: Estate Stamped
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