Trivia Crack Answer: The Doors
About The Doors, the band with a bass guitar player
The Doors did not have a bass guitar player. The Doors is a band made up of Jim Morrison, Ray Manzarek, John Densmore and Robby Krieger. The Doors were a prolific group, releasing 8 albums during their career from 1967-1971. Jim Morrison died in 1971. The remaining Doors members did chose to continue playing together, although they would retire from music in 1973. The Doors, and especially Jim Morrison, are iconic and represent youth and rebellion to many people. Morrison died at 27, possibly of a heroin overdose. No autopsy was done, so the cause of death is uncertain. Many musicians have died at the age of 27, so much so that it is referred to as the ’27 Clu. Others include Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Kurt Cobain and Amy Winehouse. The Doors and Morrison have influenced many other rock bands. Morrison is often listed as one of the best singers in rock music. The Doors didn’t have a bass guitar player, instead relying on keyboardist Ray Manzarek for the bass lines in their songs. Although the band auditioned many bassists, the fit was never right. So, Manzarek had a separate bass keyboard to play the bass line along with his more typical keyboard.