Jim Morrison and The Doors accomplished more in a short period of time than almost any other classic-rock group. Releasing six studio albums during their ionic 1967-1971 run, each album played an important role in shaping the group’s legendary legacy. Recalling The Doors’ only no. 1 album, ‘Waiting For The Sun’ was released in July 1968 and includes a few indisputable gems that we’re still playing on repeat today. This double-sided, sand cloud wash thermal remembers one of the leading bands of the counterculture of the 1960’s and the album that gave them the highest recognition. Featuring the album’s original artwork, it’s a cozy, cropped thermal that replays the moments when the group was at the height of their sixties popularity.