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  • Vinyl (26 July 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Live
  • Label: Rhino UK
  • ASIN: B0031Y4ADK
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 116,122 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. "Start Of Show [Live at Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - First Show]"
2. "Roadhouse Blues [Live at Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - First Show]"
3. "Ship Of Fools [Live at Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - First Show]"
4. "Break On Through [To The Other Side] [To The Other Side] [Live at Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - First Show]"
5. "Tuning [2] [Live at Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - First Show]"
6. "Peace Frog [Live at Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - First Show]"
7. "Blue Sunday [Live at Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - First Show]"
8. "Alabama Song [Whisky Bar] [Live at Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - First Show]"
9. "Back Door Man [Live at Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - First Show]"
10. "Love Hides [Live at Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - First Show]"
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Disc: 2
1. "Tuning/Breather [Live at Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - First Show]"
2. "Who Do You Love [Live at Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - First Show]"
3. "Little Red Rooster [Live at Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - First Show]"
4. "Money [Live at Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - First Show]"
5. "Tuning [3] [Live at Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - First Show]"
6. "Light My Fire [Live at Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - First Show]"
7. "More, More, More [Live at Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - First Show]"
8. "Soul Kitchen [Live at Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - First Show]"
9. "End Of Show [Live at Felt Forum, New York CIty, January 17, 1970 - First Show]"

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38 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Cornish Deadhead TOP 500 REVIEWER on 23 Nov. 2009
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
These shows were performed only a matter of weeks short of 40 years ago, but Rhino have (once again) done a marvellous job with the sound. You get the full works here of both nights at the Felt Forum on 17th & 18th Jan 70 with 2 shows per night, something quite common back then, but how many artists would do that today? The venue was quite an intimate one, about 5000.

OK so if you're a fan of the band you will have some of this material already, most notably a whole CD's worth in The Doors Box Set, but having the whole concerts, warts and all, (ie tuning etc), is really worth it in my eyes, after all that's what the GD have done for years. There are quite a few repeats in these sets, indeed every one kicks off with Roadhouse Blues, which in a way sets the mood for the whole box. There are quite a few covers which although they played live, never cropped up on studio albums such as "Money", "Little Red Rooster", "Going To NY Blues", "Rock Me", in fact the raucous bluesy side of the Doors dominates the feel of the shows I believe.

If you want to sample a Doors concert before jumping in with this box, then have a listen to Live in Pittsburgh 1970 which will give you a flavour (recorded in May). For fans of the band, this is a must buy - you will not be disappointed.

As a final note, the packaging is superb, being a deluxe slipcase; one hard-back booklet holds the CDs and there is a second hard-back booklet of approx. 40 pages of information. All cardboard and paper, so once again none of that ghastly environmentally unfriendly plastic - well done Rhino.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mr. M. A. Reed TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 13 Nov. 2010
Format: Audio CD
This six-disc, four show, seven hour set captures The Doors in New York : with two shows each night, and an average playing time of over three hours each evening, the band are - intentionally or not - pacing themselves and very aware of exactly the levithian task ahead of themselves. On some shows the band were unleashed and unaware of their limitations, here the shows are enormous and measured, but overall I get the feeling they are holding something back, even if that something is always a matter of pacing themselves. Over the four shows there are a multitude of songs, including many never recorded in the studio and some blues covers, and some precise, unwitting brilliance as Morrison and the band hit the heights of near telepathic improvisation. The curt "Thank you" at the end of the first version of 'Break On Through' highlights an acute and powerful showmanship, and towards the end of the shows, as the band fill up with an enormous amount of dead space and tuning, and meandering cover versions, the focus shifts away from a finely honed unit to a band that was playing for themselves and no one else. After listening to this, the raw and unedited rushes that were shaped down over 2,000 edits into the powerful and vicious "Absolutely Live", you can see why that album was made from dozens of shows across a year and not a snapshot of two long nights. Not essential.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Magnus Hägermyr on 10 April 2014
Format: Audio CD
One weekend, one band, four concerts and six CD:s. An overkill or what? Especially when the band in question has flooded the market with livealbums the last decade. That was my thoughts and that was the reason for my hesitation to purchase this CD-cox. Now that I finally did, I don't know what I was thinking.

This edition, in a most tastefull designed package with a dito booklet, captures The Doors at their full blossom as an live act in a marvelous rock marathon. It's uniqeuly unedited with warts and all so if there's a few minutes break for tuning or something we get that too which vouch for a very authentic concert experience. By now, early 1970, Jim Morrison has fully developed his singing potential and is in total control of it. On this January weekend Jim Morrison being his best animal Jim Morrison. And when THAT guy is in the mood the rest of the band will certainley follow.

Taking place a month before "Morrison Hotel" saw the light of day they start every show with their new single "Roadhouse Blues" and "Peace Frog", "Ship Of Fools", "Blue Sunday" and "Maggie M'Gill" from the same LP must also have been novelties for the audience. Classics like "Light My Fire", "Break On Through", "Five To One", "Soul Kitchen", "Alabama Song", "Back Door Man" and "When The Music's Over" handles wonderfull unrestrainedly three or four times over. And they can take it on every occasion.

Among the covers ("Money", "Crawling King Snake", "Little Red Rooster", "Rock Me", "Getting To N.Y. Blues" with John Sebastian on harp!, "Gloria") "Who Do You Love" must go down as one of the best Bo Diddley-renderings ever (go Densmore go!). And the special treatments "The End" and "Celebration Of The Lizard" delivers of course the inimitable doorsian rock n roll-drama.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By P. J. Mcauley on 1 Jun. 2011
Format: Vinyl Verified Purchase
This review relates to the vinyl double LP version.
I was a little reluctant to buy this album as there has been a lot of negative publicity concerning the latest remasters from Rhino Records, mostly to do with the state of the original tapes resulting in a digital rather than an analogue transfer.
However my fears were unfounded. The sound quality is at least equal to the "Absolutely Live" album and I had no complaints on the quality score. Bearing in mind these recordings where made in 1969/70 they tower over other contemporary live recordings including The Who's "live at Leeds" and the Stone's "get yer ya-ya's out", I'm speaking of sound quality alone here not the albums themselves as we all have our own favourites.
The album itself is a complete recording of The Door's first show at the Felt Forum and includes tuning breaks. However as these occur either at the end or beginning of a record side they are not intrusive and help to give a true sense of a live concert. I've always preferred live albums recorded at a particular show rather than a selection of different shows, mistakes and all.
From a musical point of view the show flows smoothly, much more so than "Absolutely Live" and the band really seem to be enjoying themselves, listen to "Money" to hear what I mean.
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