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Ex-Doors drummer is one of the few musicans from the 60s who still believes music shouldn't appear in commercials. Principles trump a $15 million payout.

   Full story is at LA Times. Article was posted on October 6 by ChuckyG

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Duane Barry - October 11, 2005 - Report this comment
Yheah. Someone with some artistic integrity. Damn commercialism and everyone who gives into it.
Spar Niblick - October 17, 2005 - Report this comment
Artistic integrity - AND an income stream - AND rights to the music. It takes all three, and most sixties artists didn't have the third, regardless of the first two. He's not the only one - it's just not the kind of thing the media liked you to know about back when it was a big deal. Almost by definition, the ones who sold out stayed in front of the public, and the ones who didn't, didn't. There's a lot of has-been rock that NO ONE would listen to if not for commercials.
Mersh - October 26, 2005 - Report this comment
I love the Doors... but i mean who cares about how commercial they become its not like Jim is coming back to write some more songs... densmore should just try to make some money out of the great music they made... it would alert the new genration to the greatest music ever written

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