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Gazzarri's crowded dance floor proves that the Doors' lyrical freedom hasn't hurt their strong rock 'n' roll dance tempo." (Francine Grace, "Vibrant Jazz-Rock Group at Gazzarri's," Los Angeles Times, 2/28/67) The Doors headline their first show at the Avalon Ballroom in San Francisco tonight over bands like Country Joe and the Fish and The Sparrow (later named Steppenwolf).
Jim is really coming into own this night and the crowd is blown away by 'The End'.
The Doors blow audiences away this trip and get better with each performance. The Doors open for The Peanut Butter Conspiracy to 10-15 patrons!
The Doors arrange to be replaced by the Wildflower.
Appearing at the show are major San Francisco bands like The Grateful Dead and The Jefferson Airplane along with notable poets and speakers such as Allen Ginsberg, Timothy Leary, and Michael Mc Clure.
Attendance: 20,000 This is The Doors second trip to New York and their second of three lengthy stays at the club.
Trying to avoid the 'hard straight sound' of many rock groups, the Doors aim for 'dramatic impact' in their music.
Jim is both drunk and on acid most of this week giving poor overall performances.
It is during this engagement that Tom Baker, a friend of Pam's, first meets Jim.
Also performing: Larry Vargo The Doors are now much bigger than just an L. band with many Bay Area followers, but "Break on Through" isn't breaking the top 100 stalling out at 106.
The Doors begin to have their doubts of making it big.
On opening night Jim comes out wearing faded blue jeans and full of energy bangs his head of the low rafters at the conclusion of the first set.