The Doors, In the Mirror, 1967
© Joel Brodsky

The Doors, In the Mirror, 1967

By Joel Brodsky
About the image
This surreal shot of The Doors was the inside sleeve for the "People Are Strange" single, released in September 1967. It plays on the "new modes of perception" metaphor first established by Aldous Huxley in his book, The Doors of Perception, a title that inspired the band's name. 

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The Doors, In the Mirror, 1967
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