Submitted by Teru
I’m surprised this one hasn’t been submitted a million times. Here we have The Kinks 1964 single “All Day and All of the Night” with The Doors 1968 track “Hello, I Love You”. I’ve also included The Kinks’ 1981 song “Destroyer” which is borrowed from their own song.
In the liner notes to The Doors Box set, Robby Krieger has denied the allegations that the song’s musical structure was stolen from Ray Davies, where a riff similar to it is featured in the Kinks “All Day and All of the Night”. Instead, he said the song’s vibe was taken from Cream’s song “Sunshine of Your Love”.
– The Doors’ wikipedia page for “Hello, I Love You”
I’m not really sure how “Sunshine of Your Love” is related but here are the other tracks: