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Riders On The Storm: The Story Behind The Doors’ Elemental Classic
Dark, elegant and brooding, Riders On The Storm provided a suitably haunting swansong to The Doors’ work with Jim Morrison.
Deft, sophisticated and yet also strangely ominous, Riders On The Storm is unquestionably one of the best Doors songs of all time. The final track the band recorded with Jim Morrison , it closed out their sublime LA Woman album and also rose to No.14 on the US Billboard singles chart in the period immediately following Morrison’s death – becoming the singer’s suitably haunting swansong more by accident than design.
“Jim got empowered by the responsibility”
Originally released in June 1971, Riders On The Storm is now widely recognised as a classic, its status ensured when it was inducted into the Grammy Hall Of Fame in 2009. It’s ironic, then, that The Doors’ long-time producer, Paul A Rothchild, disliked the song so much that he declined to helm its recording – and, indeed, the rest of the LA Woman album.
“Paul Rothchild taught us how to make records, but he could be quite dictatorial,” drummer John Densmore reflected in a 2013 interview with Uncut . “He thought Riders On The Storm sounded like cocktail jazz, but he didn’t really listen to the darker underbelly of the song – only the lighter lounge feel.”
As it turned out, Rothchild’s decision to step down proved to be a blessing in disguise. With engineer Bruck Botnick stepping up to co-produce with the band, The Doors adapted their rehearsal room into a studio and nailed LA Woman in its entirety in little more than a week at the tail-end of 1970.
“Paul quitting depressed us at first, but we rallied round,” Densmore recalled.” Jim got empowered by the responsibility of making the record ourselves. He had to pull the vocals out of himself – that was the difference.”
“Riders On The Storm was a filmic song about a killer”
As the band have all since agreed, Morrison was heavily involved in the creation of Riders On The Storm, with at least a portion of his brooding lyric being inspired by the actions of Billy Cook, the notorious US spree-killer who murdered six people, including a young family, while hitchhiking from Missouri to California in the early 50s.
Cook’s backstory had previously influenced HWY: An American Pastoral , the short experimental road movie Morrison made with filmmakers Paul Ferrara, Frank Lisciandro and Babe Hill in 1969. In the movie, Morrison played the hitchhiker who kills a man who stops to give him a ride – an event referenced directly in Riders On The Storm’s line “There’s a killer on the road”. Musically, the song then fell into place when The Doors began jamming on Stan Jones’ country standard (Ghost) Riders In The Sky: A Cowboy Legend during rehearsals.
“We were playing (Ghost) Riders In The Sky and Jim was fooling around and came up with ‘Ghost Riders On The Storm’,” guitarist Robby Krieger recalled in 2013. “When we recorded it, Jerry Scheff, the [session] bass player, just played what Ray [Manzarek] was playing on the keyboard with his left hand, and that’s why it’s so distinctive. It’s not something a bass player would come up with – it has more of a jazzy melody to it.”
“In essence, Riders On The Storm was a very filmic song about a serial killer,” Manzarek added. “Jim was way ahead of his time in 1970, but he was pulled in two directions writing it. He didn’t want the song to be just about a killer hitchhiker. The last verse, ‘The world on you depends, our life will never end/You gotta love your man’ – it becomes a very spiritual song. You won’t still occupy this body, but the essential life will never end, and love is the answer to all things. It gives the song a different perspective.”
“Serendipity worked… It took you somewhere”
Certainly, Riders On The Storm displays all the hallmarks of a timeless song. It’s drenched in atmosphere and, while it’s easy to pick out Manzarek’s shimmering keyboards and Krieger’s understated guitar solo, it’s a superb ensemble piece. Indeed, the fact it was performed with such admirable restraint by all concerned has served to enhance its reputation.
The song has also since made its way back into the mainstream through covers by artists as disparate as Annabel Lamb and Blondie, with the latter act creating Rapture Riders: an unlikely, yet successful mash-up with their own hit Rapture. More recently, The Specials ingeniously sampled Riders On The Storm on their 2019 album, Encore , again showing exactly why the song has retained its otherworldly allure.
“Riders On The Storm, like everything else on LA Woman , took only two or three takes,” Bruce Botnick recalled in 2013. “We all thought of the idea for the sound effects and Jim was the one who fist said it out loud: ‘Wouldn’t it be cool to add rain and thunder?’ I used the Elektra sound-effects recordings and, as we were mixing, I just pressed the button. Serendipity worked so all that thunder came in at all the right places. It took you somewhere. It was like a mini movie in our heads.”
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The Unsettling Inspiration Behind The Doors' Song Riders On The Storm
Dark and moody, the song "Riders on the Storm" stands out as one of the greatest songs from The Doors . It seems almost cinematic with its rain and thunder sound effects in the background, and Jim Morrison's dramatic, intensive vocals. The song has proved to be so enduring that it earned itself a place in the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2009.
"Riders on the Storm" appeared on the 1971 album "L.A. Woman," which also featured such other legendary tunes as "Love Her Madly" (via AllMusic ). It wasn't the band's easiest project as their producer Paul Rothchild quit during its making because he thought the music was awful, according to Rolling Stone . He disliked "Riders on the Storm," considering the song better suited to a cocktail lounge than a rock album. The Doors replaced Rothchild with Bruce Botnick, an engineer who had worked with the Beach Boys and the Rolling Stones. With Botnick's help, the band was able to complete the record.
Morrison's haunting lyrics drawn from real life
In terms of the music, "Riders on the Storm" began as a riff on the country song "(Ghost) Riders in the Sky: A Cowboy Legend" by Stan Jones (via Rolling Stone ). During that jam session, the band's keyboardist Ray Manzarek developed the song's distinctive bassline and jazzy and blues sound, as he explained in this YouTube video. He explained that as they were playing with the song, singer Jim Morrison shouted out, "I've got lyrics for that."
By the time Morrison got to the second verse, the song took an even darker turn. He drew inspiration about "a killer on the road" from the real-life stories of deadly hitchhikers such as Billy Cook. Morrison was so fascinated by Cook that he even wrote a screenplay about Cook and his crimes, according to Far Out Magazine . While The Doors were envisioning the song taking place in a desert during a rainstorm, Cook's killing spree covered a much broader territory.
Convicted killer inspired Morrison
William "Billy" Cook, who was also known by the nickname "Cockeyed," killed six people in a crime spree that spanned several states, according to Life magazine. He was born in 1928 as one of 11 children belonging to William and Laura Cook in Missouri (via The Joplin Globe ). Cook lost his mother to a brain hemorrhage when he was still very young and his father soon deserted the family. He bounced around between children's homes and foster families before he committed his first serious crime at 15. Cook robbed and beat a cab driver, and he was sent to reform school. He later added car theft to his criminal resume, which landed him in jail.
Paroled in 1950, Cook kidnapped a man named Lee Archer whom he had hitchhiked a ride from in Texas that December. He locked Archer in the car's trunk, but he later escaped. Cook took Archer's car to Oklahoma, and he hitchhiked another ride after that car broke down. He got in the car belonging to Carl Mosser and his family. After forcing the Mossers to drive around with him for several days, Cook ended up killing Carl, his wife Thelma, their three children, and the family dog, and dumping their bodies in a Missouri mineshaft. From there, he headed to California where he killed Robert Dewey and took his car. Cook was finally captured in Mexico, and he was executed at the age of 23 on December 12, 1952.
Morrison even made a movie about a hitchhiker
It'll probably never be known why Billy Cook's murderous travels as a hitchhiking killer left such a strong impression on Jim Morrison. The Doors' frontman was inspired to write an entire screenplay about Cook, and his fascination with Cook led to one of rock music's most unsettling verses. But when it came time to actually film the screenplay, the story went in a different direction. As Morrison explained to the Village Voice , they dropped the whole violent criminal angle to the movie and the only original element that was left was the character of the lonely hitchhiker. The film , starring Morrison, was called "HWY: An American Pastoral."
Like the film, Morrison didn't want to linger "Riders on the Storm" on such a gloomy note. After the verse about Cook, he switched subjects completely. Morrison sang a verse that seemed to be about a romantic relationship with the lyrics "Girl, you gotta love your man." This may be addressed to Morrison's girlfriend Pamela Courson, as Far Out Magazine pointed out. Not long after recording this song, Morrison and Courson headed to Paris, which was supposed to be a brand new start for the pair. Sadly, it was in this city that Morrison died on July 3, 1971.
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The Haunting Legend of ‘Ghost Riders in the Sky’ is Based on a True Story
Texas is full of lore, legends, and ghost stories. The tale of the Ghost Riders is by far the saddest, most evil, not to mention, the most famous one in the country. This legend is sadly true, a senseless ghoulish tragedy which took place in Crosby County, Texas. You may know it as Stampede Mesa. The legend inspired the classic song “Ghost Riders in the Sky.”
It all began like any other cattle drive should have back in the fall of 1889. The weather had been less than cooperative; the cowboys were worn to a frazzle and the herd had been restless the entire trip. Late one night as they began climbing the slope to the top of the range near some water, a storm began brewing. They’d planned to set up camp just over the ridge near the water. Sawyer, the trail boss rode ahead to check out the surroundings and look out for Indians. He was shocked to see a brand new homestead perched right on top of the hill. He’d taken this route hundreds of times without incident, but now this was blocking his entire herd from crossing. It would take hours to go around it.
Sawyer became infuriated. Without explanation, he shouted and cursed and, waved a blanket high into the air to create a stampede. The nervous cattle scattered. Horses, some with riders, some without began running with all their might. His men obediently followed behind. Sawyer was screaming, whipping at the animals, as lightning bolts began flashing through the sky. The panicked livestock hurled straight through the farmhouse crushing everyone and everything in its path. No one could hear the screams of the innocent as the animals raged through. Loud thunder and dark skies made the terrified herd keep running until they ran off of several nearby cliffs to their death. Horses holding the cowhands followed behind.
Near dawn, Sawyer began surveying the devastating damage he’d caused. Below the mesa were nearly 700 dead steer. Lifeless cowpokes and their horses scattered around them. With no remorse in his soul, he ordered what was left of his hired help to round up the remaining three hundred cattle and hit the trail again.
When the drive ended, it’s said he never worked again. No one would work for him and try as he might, not a soul would hire him, even for menial tasks. Folks in that area turned their backs on him and he took comfort in liquor.He was never seen again
The following season, another trail boss and his men bedded down their herd on top of that same mesa which had been cleared of any previous devastation or debris. The skies were perfectly clear. In the early hours of the morning, for no apparent reason, the herd charged. Again, most of them and four other cowboys riding horses fell off the cliffs to their deaths. Unlike Sawyer, this trail boss was overcome with guilt and grief. He, too, turned to the bottle and was never heard from again.
Several more attempts by other outfits which baulked at the previous stories ended with the same results. Word spread, everyone believed evil was perched on top of Stampede Mesa.
All cattle drives from then on avoided that part of Texas. Only lone horsemen and curiosity seekers pass through now. Stories of ghostly counterparts up in the sky have been witnessed along with claims of blood-curdling screams and sounds of angry hooves of phantom longhorns. People still swear today to the haunting in that part of the Texas sky.
This particular legend inspired songwriter Stan Jones to write a western melody in 1948 about this tableland in Crosby County, Texas. “Ghost Riders in the Sky” was set to an old Irish song called “Johnny, I Hardly Knew Ye”. This Texas legend has spread throughout the world through music. Even if you’ve never heard the spooky legend of this evil, most likely you’ve heard the song.
Burl Ives was the first of more than 50 singers who have recorded this iconic tune. It’s become the most-recorded composed western song of all time. When Johnny Cash performed it, it topped the charts for months. The words remain exactly as they were originally written.
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An old cowboy went ridin’ out one dark and windy day Upon a ridge he rested as he went along his way When all at once a mighty herd of red-eyed cows he saw Plowin’ through the ragged skies and up a cloudy draw Their brands were still on fire and their hooves were made of steel Their horns were black and shiny and their hot breath he could feel A bolt of fear went through him as they thundered through the sky For he saw the riders comin’ hard and he heard their mournful cries Yippie I ohhh ohh ohh Yippie I aye ye ye Ghost riders in the sky Their faces gaunt, their eyes were blurred Their shirts all soaked with sweat He’s ridin’ hard to catch that herd But he ain’t caught em yet Cause they got to ride forever in that range up in the sky On horses snortin’ fire as they ride on hear their cries As the riders loped on by him he heard one call his name ‘If you wanna save your soul from hell a-ridin’ on our range Then cowboy change your ways today or with us you will ride Tryin’ to catch the devil’s herd across these endless skies Yippie I ohhh oh oh Yippie I aye ye ye Ghost riders in the sky Ghost riders in the sky Ghost riders in the sky
The moral of this popular tune is simple. Living cowboys need to change their ugly ways and do the right thing. If not, they too will spend eternity in hell working the Devil’s herd of cows.
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A heavily armed man took his own life rather than carry out an apparent plan to shoot up a mountaintop amusement park in Colorado, with his body discovered in a bathroom next to the words “I am not a killer” scrawled on the wall, authorities said Monday.
Diego Barajas Medina, 20, was found dead in a women’s bathroom at Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park by a maintenance worker Saturday morning before the park opened to the public. He had died of a self-inflected gunshot wound to the head, Garfield County Coroner Robert Glassmire said.
Medina apparently entered the park while it was closed, armed with an AR-style rifle, a semiautomatic handgun and explosives, and was wearing body armor and tactical clothing, similar to what a police SWAT team member might wear, authorities said.
A message saying, “I am not a killer, I just wanted to get into the caves,” was written on the wall of the bathroom where Medina’s body was found lying on the floor, Garfield County Sheriff Lou Vallario said. Nearby was a handgun and explosive devices, some real and some fake, he said. The AR-style rifle was on a counter nearby along with a duty belt holding several ammunition magazines.
Vallario could not say for certain that Medina wrote the message.
There were no prior indications, either at home or school, suggesting that he was planning an attack, Vallario said. But the sheriff said investigators have not conducted any in-depth interviews yet. The FBI will help review Medina’s phone records and social media postings as part of the investigation, he said.
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“Given the preparation, given the amount of weapons and ordnance he had, it almost seemed very highly likely he intended to use those against the community. He chose not to,” Vallario said.
Multiple improvised explosive devices were found in the vehicle Medina used, police said. Authorities searched the rest of the park for other explosives but suggested that no others were found.
Medina’s body was removed Sunday after the scene was deemed safe, according to the coroner.
The park likely would have been crowded on a fall weekend during hunting season, when people go to the mountains to see the changing autumn colors, Vallario said. Given the park’s isolated location, which visitors normally take a gondola to reach, it would have been difficult to get any wounded to the hospital, he said.
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Medina was from the nearby town of Carbondale, where he lived with his mother and brother, Vallario said. In a list of high school graduates published in a local newspaper in 2021, Medina said he planned to work for a year after graduation before attending Colorado Mountain College, a community college with several locations in western Colorado.
A search of his room by law enforcement found nothing to indicate explosives or bomb-making, and he had no known criminal history or prior encounters with police, the sheriff said.
The weapons found on Medina were ghost guns, which do not have serial numbers and therefore cannot be traced. His clothing had patches and emblems that gave the appearance of his being associated with law enforcement.
Some of the suspected explosives turned out to be fakes — including several that looked like hand grenades — but others were real, the sheriff said. However, there was no evidence to suggest that explosive devices had been placed elsewhere inside the park, he said.
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Investigators believe Medina drove up to the park on a service road.
The park, which is surrounded by state-owned public land, is on a mountain above the Colorado River in western Colorado. Its attractions include cave tours, an alpine coaster and a pendulum swing ride perched on the edge of a cliff that sends riders over the river canyon.
No employees or visitors were on scene when Medina entered the park, according to a statement issued Monday by Glenwood Caverns, and his body was found outside of restricted areas where rides are located.
“This very sad and tragic incident reminds us how much our Glenwood Springs community means to us,” Glenwood Caverns General Manager Nancy Heard said in the statement.
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“Under Siege 2: Dark Territory”
“Bunny Drop” – 11/5
“Legend Of The Millennium Dragon”
“Little Prince And The Eight Headed Dragon”
“The Sky Crawlers”
“Boyz N’ The Hood”
“The Last Detail (1973)”
“The Last Of The Mohicans (1992)”
“Love & Basketball”
“The Shawshank Redemption”
“The Skin I Live In”
“A Time To Kill”
“Belly 2: Millionaire Boyz Club”
“The Call (2013)”
“In The House”
“Johnson Family Vacation”
“Money Talks (1997)”
“The Friday After Next”
“The Hate U Give
“Thin Line Between Love And Hate
“Think Like A Man”
“Tyler Perry’s Acrimony”
“Tyler Perry’s The Family That Preys”
“Why Did I Get Married?”
“Why Did I Get Married Too”
“Anger Management (2003)”
“Horrible Bosses 2”
“Malibu’s Most Wanted”
“That Thing You Do!”
“The Cable Guy”
“The Family Man”
“The Three Stooges (2012)”
“Tyler Perry’s Bruh”
“Slay The Dragon”
“The Mole Agent”
“Venus And Serena”
“Heaven Is For Real”
“Men Of Honor”
“The Breakfast Club”
“The Dead Girl”
“The Devil’s Advocate”
“The Kingdom (’07)”
“The Yellow Birds”
“ The Shawshank Redemption ”
“We Are Marshall”
“Army Of Darkness”
“Bride Of Chucky”
“The Cabin In The Woods”
“ Candyman (’92)”
“Child’s Play 2 (Chucky Franchise)”
“Child’s Play 3 (Chucky Franchise)”
“Cult Of Chucky”
“Curse Of Chucky”
“Drag Me To Hell”
“ Halloween II”
“Halloween III: Season Of The Witch”
“The Hills Have Eyes”
“Queen Of The Damned”
“Seed Of Chucky ”
“ Silent Hill ”
“The Thing (’11)”
“The Thing (’82)”
“Barking Dogs Never Bite” – 11/17
“The Chronicles Of Evil” – 11/11
“A Flintstone Christmas”
“A Flintstone Christmas Carol”
“A Flintstone Family Christmas”
“Bah, Humduck! A Looney Tunes Christmas”
“Daddy Day Camp”
“Norm Of The North”
“Scooby-Doo! Haunted Holidays”
“Smallfoot” – 11/4
“Smurfs Christmas Special”
“The Smurfs (2011)”
“Smurfs: The Lost Village”
“ Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride ”
“Tom & Jerry: Santa’s Little Helpers”
“Yogi’s All Star Comedy Christmas Caper”
“Yogi’s First Christmas”
“Bend It Like Beckham”
“You’ve Got Mail”
SCI-FI & FANTASY
“ Beetlejuice ”
“The Divergent Series: Allegiant”
“The Divergent Series: Insurgent”
“Pacific Rim: Uprising”
“ Resident Evil (Franchise)”
“Resident Evil: Afterlife”
“Resident Evil: Apocalypse”
“Resident Evil: Extinction”
“Resident Evil: Retribution”
“Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes”
“ RoboCop (2014)” – 11/20
“Running With The Devil”
“The Da Vinci Code”
“The Glimmer Man”
“Buck And The Preacher”
“Cahill, U.S. Marshal”
“Dead Man’s Hand”
“The Long Riders”
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A rarely seen cloud iridescence has appeared briefly above a small Wheatbelt town, delighting residents lucky enough to catch a glimpse of the colourful optical phenomenon.
- A cloud iridescence formed fleetingly above Goomalling
- The Bureau of Meteorology says the rainbow-like clouds occur when sunlight diffracts off water or ice crystals in the sky
- Resident Jenni Shaw says everyone was "in awe" of the sighting
Jenni Shaw was at her family owned business in Goomalling, 130 kilometres north-east of Perth, when a staff member received a text message instructing them to look at the sky.
"We all went out the front and had a look and there was some bright, rainbow-type clouds in the sky that we hadn't seen before," she said.
"[We were] a bit in awe … it was beautiful.
"But we were a bit like 'why is that like that? Should we still be outside looking or not?'."
A Goldilocks moment
Jessica Lingard from the Bureau of Meteorology said rainbow clouds, known as cloud iridescence, form in the same way as rainbows; when sunlight diffracts off water or ice crystals in the sky.
"It's quite a rare phenomenon to catch in person," she said.
"It's the perfect storm of conditions: the sun's at the right angle, the clouds are not too thin and not too thick that they're being blocked out, and the sunlight has just created this spectacle of coloured light.
"It's an absolutely stunning photo."
Ms Lingard said cloud iridescence was likely "as common" as rainbows.
But what makes spotting rainbow clouds so rare is that they can disappear as quickly as they appear.
"Rainbows tend to last a little bit longer. These ones can be trickier to spot," she said.
"They really only last five or 10 minutes and then the conditions change."
Ms Shaw said the rainbow-coloured cloud was visible for just a few minutes.
"It was not there long, just long enough for us all to get some photos," she said.
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