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Grammys to honor Doors; six new album remixes on the way

LOS ANGELES ? The beat goes on for The Doors. The band will soon be honored with a Grammy for lifetime achievement, a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, an exhibit in the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame, and the re-issue of six remixed studio albums. "The Doors," "Strange Days," "Waiting For The Sun," "The Soft Parade," "Morrison Hotel" and "L.A. Woman" will be available March 27 at all retail outlets

LOS ANGELES ? The beat goes on for The Doors, one of rock's most
original and daring bands. The band will receive a Lifetime Achievement
Award from The Recording Academy during the 49th Grammy Awards on Feb. 11. Then the band gets the Hollywood treatment Feb. 28 when the group receives a star on the city's iconic Walk of Fame. Finally, the Rock
and Roll Hall of Fame will spotlight the band with a massive exhibit
opening in May. All this recognition continues Rhino's celebration of the
group's 40th anniversary, marked by last year's release of Perception. The landmark boxed set features all six of The Doors' studio albums with Jim Morrison remastered with premium sound quality, 5.1 Surround mixes and expanded with previously unreleased sonic treasures and essential rarities.

Now, for the first time, those albums will be available individually as
single-disc releases and digital downloads featuring brand new mixes of
each album plus bonus tracks. The Doors, Strange Days, Waiting For The Sun, The Soft Parade, Morrison Hotel and L.A. Woman will be available March 27