The Doors, one of the most famous bands of the ’60s, were formed in Los Angeles in 1965.
The band was formed as a rock band, consisting of 4 members: Jim Morrison – vocalist, Ray Manzarek – keyboardist, Robby Krieger – guitarist, and John Densmore – drummer.
The Doors were one of the most controversial rock bands at that time, mainly because of Jim Morrison’s lyrics and voice.
They sang mostly psychedelic rock, blues, and acid rock and were active starting with 1965.
The L.A. Woman is one of their most famous songs, the song that brought them a lot of success.
The song was the title track of the album with the same name – L.A. Woman and was released in April 1971.
The free L.A. Woman piano sheets have a duration of 7:49 minutes and it belongs to the rock music genre. It was released under the Elektra label.
The L.A. Woman album was the sixth studio album by The Doors and the final to feature Jim Morrison before his death in July 1971.
The song was named number one by the LA Weekly, on their list of "the 20 best songs about the city of Los Angeles", and was all over the media, radios, and TV.
The hit have also a music video. The interesting fact about the music video is that it was released fourteen years after Jim Morrison’s death.
It was directed by Ray Manzarek and Rick Schmidlin, and it was featured in the Doors film Dance on Fire.
The story behind the free L.A. Woman piano sheet music was inspired by John Rechy’s transgressive novel named City of Night and it was considered to be Jim Morrison’s "final goodbye" to Los Angeles before he moved to Paris.
It is a wonderful song, which deserves all the efforts to be played at the home piano if you own one.
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