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Tom and Jim will become good drinking buddies regardless of the short lived affair he and Pam had while in New York. Pam kept telling me I was seeing him at far from his best."While stumbling through a song he let out a deep-throated roar, a bloodcurdling scream, really, and it startled me, as though someone had snapped a wet towel against my bare skin . I replied that he was a good guy, but he should keep his day job." - The Doors are the opening act for a fund raiser for CAFF (Community Action for Fact and Freedom) established by members of the entertainment business following the Sunset Strip riots in 1966.It is not known if this is due to the intimacy of the club or the attempt to play exceptionally well in order to make good recordings.Jim seems almost stoic, but in good voice and throws in alot of poetry during improvisational pieces.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'."Break On Through (To the Other Side)" "Soul Kitchen" "The Crystal Ship" "Twentieth Century Fox" "Alabama Song (Whiskey Bar)" (Bertolt Brecht, Kurt Weill) "Light My Fire" Robby Krieger guitar Jim Morrison vocals Ray Manzarek organ, piano, keyboards, keyboard bass ("Break On Through," "The Crystal Ship," "Twentieth Century Fox," "Alabama Song (Whisky Bar)," "Light My Fire," "End of the Night," "The End") John Densmore drums Larry Knechtel - bass ("Soul Kitchen," "Twentieth Century Fox," "Back Door Man," "I Looked At You," "Take It As It Comes")Break on Through" is released as the first single with "End of the Night" as the flip.
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.They call their music 'primitive and personal' and find it hard to work without audience reaction.Their numbers change constantly at live shows and new ones are written as they perform.