The Doors didn't simply "break on through" in the late 1960s. Led by rock poet and frontman Jim Morrison, they exploded onto the music scene. Over four years, they provided the soundtrack ... See full summary »
The story of the famous and influential 1960s rock band The Doors and its lead singer and composer, Jim Morrison, from his days as a UCLA film student in Los Angeles, to his untimely death in Paris, France at age 27 in 1971.
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Rock band The Doors live at the Hollywood Bowl on 5 July 1968. Track listing: "When the Music's Over", "Alabama Song (whisky bar)", "Back Door Man", "Five to One", "Texas Radio and the Big Beat", "Hello, I Love You", "Moonlight Drive", "Horse Latitudes", "A Little Game", "The Hill Dwellers", "Spanish Caravan", "Wake Up", "Light My Fire", "The Unknown Soldier", "The End".Written by
This is a concert that is sure to get any Doors fan going. It is a pleasure to watch... the film and sound quality of the DVD is stupendous. The entire band is in peak performance mode - Jim Morrison does let his fans down here. He does not appear overly messed up on anything instead he seems fairly sober so he gives a great performance.
If you want see any Doors concert then this is the film to see. It's been called their best live performance by many and when you watch it you'll see why.
List: When the Music's Over, Alabama Song (Whisky Bar), Back Door Man, Five to One, The WASP, Hello I Love You, Moonlight Drive, Horse Latitudes, A Little Game, The Hill Dwellers, Spanish Caravan, Light My Fire, The Unknown Soldier, The End.
My DVD includes the bonus features: Echoes From The Bowl, You Had To Be There, Reworking The Doors, Wild Child (Smothers Brothers Show), Light My Fire (Jonathan Winters Show), Gloria (Music Video).
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