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The Doors - Soundstage Performances [DVD] 
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Mystic Jim Morrison and his band of merry men are here captured playing live on various international television shows, in Toronto, Denmark and New York City. Also included is an interview with the man himself, only a few months after his drug bust and arrest in Florida. Songs played include: 'The End', 'Love Me Two Times', 'Build Me a Woman' and 'The Soft Parade' among others.
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The unique thing about this DVD is that you get to see the band change before your eyes. The first song recorded at a Canadian TV show type setting shows 'The Doors' doing probably the most outstanding version of "The End" ever put to audio/video ever. Even though the Oedipal section is eliminated it is absolutely mind blowing (To Say The Least). Morrison is steaming. This performance capture the bands pre 'Light My Fire' fame remarkably well.
The second set of songs was recorded in Europe (Sweden I believe) and Morrison is seen in his prime bellowing out classics such as 'The Unknown Soldier', 'When The Musics Over' and more in sizzling hypnotic form. I was completely mesmerized by this part of the DVD (Morrison has some type of hypnotic quality to him in this video along with the sound of the band thumping behind him).
The third set is from the post Miami days. Morrison grew the beard, began dressing like a bum, and seemed a little more subdued (If not shaken up) as a result of the Miami fiasco. Still, you won't find a complete performance on video anywhere of 'The Soft Parade' and despite the mediocre video quality the performance is titllating. Its what the Doors were all about.
worth the purchase but i found the PBS footage to be less quality than from previous sources. I can't believe the original 3/4 master tape in the PBS vaults is so degraded. looks like a dupe from a previous VHS dub
Just reminds us how Ray will be sadly missed
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great songs for all door fans jim morrison on great form highly recommendedPublished 20 months ago by fenderalan