The Doors were a distillation of their time. The music they made was raw yet poetic, angry yet seductive. The stage show at its best was dramatic, brilliant theater - artistic expression transcending all form. Jim Morrison's sensual stage presence, charged with strength and energy, capable of projecting a sense of danger, spoke to young audiences' fantasies and became a catalyst for an era. Their songs have kept the Doors in that rare pantheon of groups whose music evokes the memory of the turbulent '60s and continues to make fans not only of those who lived during that time but of following generations as well.