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Doors*London Fog 1966

Label:Rhino Records (2) – R1-557774, Bright Midnight Records – R1-557774, Doors Music Company – R1-557774
Vinyl, 10", Album
CD, Album
Box Set, Limited Edition, Numbered
Country:USA, Canada & Europe
Style:Classic Rock, Blues Rock


A1 Tuning (I) 0:41
A2Rock Me
Written-ByMuddy Waters
A3Baby Please Don't Go
Written-ByJoe Williams*
A4You Make Me Real
Written-ByJim Morrison
B1Tuning (II) 0:13
B2Don't Fight It 4:40
B3I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man
Written-ByWillie Dixon
B4Strange Days
Written-ByThe Doors
B5Lucille 3:44
CD-1 Tuning (I) 0:41
CD-2Rock Me
Written-ByMuddy Waters
CD-3Baby Please Don't Go
Written-ByJoe Williams*
CD-4You Make Me Real
Written-ByJim Morrison
CD-5Tuning (II) 0:13
CD-6Don't Fight It 4:40
CD-7I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man
Written-ByWillie Dixon
CD-8Strange Days
Written-ByThe Doors
CD-9Lucille 3:44

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Recently discovered live recordings, the earliest known to exist, to be revealed for the first time in London Fog 1966

Collector’s edition boxed set features previously unheard concert recordings on CD and vinyl along with 8 x 10 prints of unseen photos and replica memorabilia. Limited edition of 18,000 numbered copies.

Recorded at the London Fog 8919 Sunset Blvd. West Hollywood, CA in May 1966.

Recorded off the stage on a 1/4” reel to reel recorder.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 081227942236
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched, Runout Side A): R1-557774 A 0081227942236 A MPO BG
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched, Runout Side B): R1-557774 B 0081227942236 B MPO BG
  • Matrix / Runout (CD, Variant 1): 3 R2 557796-2 TEXT AH01 M0S1
  • Mastering SID Code (CD, Variant 1): IFPI L247
  • Mould SID Code (CD, Variant 1): IFPI 2UN7
  • Matrix / Runout (CD, Variant 2): CA [email protected] 10/28/16 10:36:11 AM
  • Mastering SID Code (CD, Variant 2): IFPI L039
  • Mould SID Code (CD, Variant 2): IFPI 1285

Other Versions (5 of 9)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
London Fog 1966 (CD, Album, Limited Edition, Numbered, 10", Album, Limited Edition)Rhino Records (2)WPZR-30749Japan2017
Recently Edited
London Fog 1966 (10", 33 ? RPM, Album, Limited Edition, Numbered, Reissue, Stereo)Rhino Records (2), Bright Midnight ArchivesR1 557796 / 603497854158USA & Europe2019
New Submission
Live At London Fog 1966 (9×File, MP3, Album, Reissue, 256 kbps)Rhino Records (2), ElektranoneUS2019
New Submission
Live At London Fog 1966 (CD, Album, Reissue)Rhino Records (2), Bright Midnight ArchivesR2 557796, 081227942151US2019
New Submission
London Fog 1966 (9×File, FLAC, Album, Reissue, 24bit 96kHz)Rhino Records (2), Elektranone2019


  • xrey's avatar
    I know I'm late to the party, but for the whiney curmudgeons and cheap old goats that cannot appreciate or claim they cannot afford the super deluxe package of this very rare recording, currently the CD is available at AMZN US for $14.98 with free shipping with a Prime account.

    Rhino/DMC released different configurations to placate just about every Doors fan. Check it out on YouTube, or please move along without all the crying. True fans, historians, and collectors will want this. It isn't for everyone, but for those of us who want the super deluxe experience, Rhino/DMC have done an outstanding job making this more worthwhile.

    Don't expect stereo or anything high fidelity: it was recorded by a UCLA film student, for goodness sakes! Still, if it weren't for Nettie Pe?a borrowing a recorder and getting it into this venue (try that today!), we'd have no document of one of the first developing Doors performances before they were signed to Elektra. Not being a recording engineer, she apparently recorded only half of the show (32 minutes), according to Densmore. Still, it is what it is. She was there and you were not.
    • Commodore_84's avatar
      There's no label on side B on my copy. Anyone else has this?
      • PsychcollectorNL's avatar
        I think its more for the completists and die hards. The box looks nice and is put together very well. But i think the price/quality is a little overdone. You get like 25 mins of music for a lot of money and to this day im not sure if the items in the box can make up for that. Id givd this release 2.5 * and the advice to only buy this if you are a real die hard doorsfan, otherwise: stick with the original albums and live albums.
        • Oxseeker's avatar
          This release is not worth the money in my opinion and that's coming from a lifelong huge doors is a cool to hear an early show but it's pretty lack luster and boring and the extras are pretty worthless besides the pictures I don't need a copy of a London fog coster or a crumbled up set list if this was released just on 10 inch or cd for 10 or 15 dollars it would be worth it but 50 dollar price tag it way to much for its musical value
          • LinzBinz's avatar
            The eternal question...does anyone know how many "limited editions" there are?
            • longgoneday1's avatar
              This is a great release. It is much money and a fetishy object, but hearing it made money well spent.
              • anytimecowboy's avatar
                Does any one have an advance copy of this release?