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Doors guitarist Robby Krieger keeps fire lit for Jim Morrison

The music is never over when it comes to The Doors. If there’s one good thing to come from the death of Doors keyboardist Ray Manzarek in 2013, it’s that the last two surviving members, guitarist Robby Krieger and drummer John Densmore, are speaking again after years of not even talking to each other. Krieger, a Los Angeles native, spoke to FOX411 about working with Jim Morrison and the band’s indelible legacy.FOX411: You and John Densmore became close again after Ray's death.Robby Krieger: Yeah. It was hard to lose Ray this past year, but at least John and I have started talking again. We want to play together and do some kind of tribute thing for Ray.FOX411: “Light My Fire” was a No. 1 single for 3 weeks in July 1967. Not a bad showing for the first song you ever wrote.Krieger: Thanks. It’s been downhill ever since. (laughs) But I don’t think I’ll ever get tired of playing that song.FOX411: The first Doors album is iconic, but you didn’t have much time to record it.Krieger: We were p...

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