The Doors' sixth album L.A. Woman was released in April of 1971. The album was the band's last with original frontman Jim Morrison. The album was recorded after the band was banned from touring across much of the country after Jim got arrested for a disputed indecent exposure incident in Miami in 1969. As a result, the band went in the studio with producer Paul Rothchild to record L.A. Woman. However, the band played through the run throughs of each track badly that Paul was bored to tears and walked out. As a result, engineer Bruce Botnick agreed to co-produce with the band and record at The Doors' Workshop. The result, a kick ass album. Songs like the opening The Changeling, the Top 20 hit Love Her Madly, the title cut, The WASP(Texas Radio and the Big Beat), Been Down So Long and the closing Riders on the Storm showed the band at their best. The album was a huge Top 10 hit and monster seller but unfortunately, Jim Morrison passed away in July of 1971 in Paris but there are some reports that he may have faked his death as no one save his wife saw him when he passed, she would pass away in 1974 from a heroin overdose. This album is still a classic, even today. I first got this album on cassette when I was 10 and it still kicks ass today, especially the 2000 reissue from Elektra with the remastered/repackaged sticker on the sleeve. Highly recommended!