Spirit of Jim Morrison Poster

Spirit of Jim Morrison Poster

This is a great looking poster. Great for Jim Morrison fans who need some decor to cover up those white walls, or for collectors!

  • A fantastic live record documenting a performance in Pittsburgh during The Doors' final tour. This is about as close as anyone can get to the real thing these days.

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  • A masterfully pieced together reissue of the live record produced in 1970. 21 songs of pure Doors rock.

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  • Incredibly haunting and infectious record from The Doors. Absolutely mandatory.

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  • Another iconic album from the LA rock masterminds. Features world renowned hits as well as some slightly lesser known classics.

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  • Adventurous, interesting, unusual record from The Doors. Mixes orchestra with their particular brand of rock and roll.

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  • The incredible, and occasionally shocking biography of Jim Morrison. Chock full of surprising stories told by some of rock and roll's biggest legends.

  • Debut full length from one of the greatest bands in rock history. An absolutely timeless album.

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  • Legendary. Controversial. Brilliant. Essential.

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  • Several 1970 Doors concerts were officially recorded for use on the Absolutely Live album, including both of the shows they gave in Boston on April 10 of that year. This three-CD set has the early and late sets from Boston in thei... Several 1970 Doors concerts were officially recorded for use on the Absolutely Live album, including both of the shows they gave in Boston on April 10 of that year. This three-CD set has the early and late sets from Boston in their entirety, adding up to about three hours of music, all but two of the tracks previously unreleased. Well, three hours of mostly music, it should be clarified; it's padded by a whole lot of Jim Morrison raps and crowd reaction, to the point where it starts to seem like there's less music than speech by the end of the second show. Basically, this is the Doors very much as they sound on Absolutely Live -- bluesy, a little loose and sloppy, yet still high-spirited if boozy. It's yet sloppier and looser than Absolutely Live, however, if for no reason other than it doesn't benefit from the editing together of several different performances into one double LP. That's part of the reason Doors fans want something like this, though -- to hear something different from what's already in the band's official catalog, not something that's more or less a duplication of a well-known live record that's been in print since 1970. On that count, Live in Boston '70 delivers, both in the tone of the performance and the actual set list, including several songs that aren't available in many live versions on legitimate or illegitimate releases, like "The Spy," "You Make Me Real," "Been Down So Long," and "Ship of Fools" (along with a few expected classics like "Light My Fire," "Break on Through," "Five to One," "When the Music's Over," and "Back Door Man"). There are also a bunch of unexpected covers that, as enticing as they look on paper, are rather fragmentary and half-developed (and sometimes thrown in the middle of another tune), like "Mystery Train," "Fever," "Rock Me," "Crossroads," "Summertime," and "St. James Infirmary Blues." Versions of all those songs have shown up on other live Doors releases (though not always in as good sound quality as they do here), and while they add to the value of this release by virtue of their falling outside the band's usual repertoire, they also demonstrate that the Doors weren't such a great straight blues-rock band -- something that it seems like the group are changing into at times when listening to this set. Another big part of this material's attraction (and, to some less indulgent listeners, flaws) might be the extended between-song raps, which show Morrison in even more dissolute mindset than was his frequent wont. There's banter about voting, astrology, the already-issued line "Adolf Hitler is still alive...I slept with her last night," and the taunt, "would anybody like to see my genitals?" (The crowd roars in affirmation, though Jim declines, "Forget it!") Some of that diffident toying with the audience and its worship of rock stars spills over to the performances too, with Morrison at times play-acting his way through the familiar songs the audience wants to hear most. That's especially true of the second version of "Light My Fire," where the band weaves in and out of "Fever," "Summertime," and "St. James Infirmary Blues," with Morrison wordlessly slurring rather than singing one of the verses. The band as a whole joins in the spirit on "Been Down So Long," with Ray Manzarek switching from organ to guitar, and Robbie Krieger from guitar to bass, resulting in a novel but notably out-of-tune rendition. These kind of qualities might make Live in Boston '70 too much of a stretch for typical Doors fans, as it's not the band at their best, and certainly not the band at their tightest and most focused. For those many serious Doors fans looking for something different from what they have in their collection (official or bootleg), however, Live in Boston '70 delivers a lot of it, in official-release-standard-sound that's far superior to what's offered on the vast majority of bootlegs. ~ Richie Unterberger, All Music Guide « less… more »

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  • Crewneck, retro fitting t-shirt featuring the famous Fillmore artwork by Randy Tuten advertising The Doors concert at Cow Palace in San Francisco, CA on July 25, 1969.

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  • The perfect over-the-top dress for any Jim Morrison fan! Assorted colors available!

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  • Where do i start? The Doors! They're one of my favorite rock bands ever and this album is simply fantastic. Just the other day i found the a hundred years old tape for this album and i just love, love, love it. A must for every Do... Where do i start? The Doors! They're one of my favorite rock bands ever and this album is simply fantastic. Just the other day i found the a hundred years old tape for this album and i just love, love, love it. A must for every Doors fan. Not to mention i have an eternal crush on Jim Morrison, he kills me with those leather pants. Seriously.