Doors triple bill. 'Live at the Hollywood Bowl' catches the band at their peak, performing hits such as 'Light My Fire', 'The End' and 'The Unknown Soldier' live on the 4th of July 1968. 'Dance on Fire' is a compilation of live and televised performances, promotional clips and behind-the-scenes footage, including the original performance of 'Light My Fire' from the Ed Sullivan show. 'The Soft Parade - A Retrospective' features further rare clips from the band's private archives, including footage from their 1968 tour of America and previously unseen interviews.
This essential Doors release compiles three films--Dancer on Fire, The Doors: Live at the Hollywood Bowl
and The Soft Parade
. The first is a collection of 14 songs--including some extremely rare footage--drawn from the group's many television performances. The second, filmed live at the Hollywood Bowl in the summer of 1968, features Jim Morrison and the band performing an extended version of "Light My Fire," plus 10 of their other most loved songs. And the third includes the Doors' last televised appearance on PBS in 1969 in the aftermath of the infamous Miami concert that resulted in Morrison's arrest for "indecent exposure." In addition, the compilation includes bonus songs: "Break on Through" (Isle of Wight track) and "The Ghost Song."