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No One Here Gets Out Alive

No One Here Gets Out Alive

1 Jan 2001
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Format: DVD
This is a black and white film of some of The Doors' performances in Europe. There is some insightful narration by two members of Jefferson Airplane, who toured with the Doors during this "trip." The film is sometimes amateur and grainy. The performances, like Jim are erratic. The film captures the genius of Ray Manzarek, who on occasion would sing like Jim, when Morrison couldn't be on stage. An overhead view reveals Ray's gargantuan fingers which is why he was one of the era's finest keyboardist.

The movie captures a bizarre ad lib performance by Jim Morrison doing "Light My Fire" where he crawls under the stage, then turns his back on the audience which was characteristic of him. The band jams to the song and anticipates when Jim is going to jump back into the song.

A good film for fans of the "tribal blues artist." Folks who aren't Doors fans might just want to kick back with the Oliver Stone film.
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I strongly believe that this is an absolute MUST for any real Doors fan. This is my best-buy-music-DVD-set ever (comparing price/what you get), and I am in no way related to the studio company. If you look at my other reviews of musical DVDs, you'll see that I am pretty merciless and tough when something's wrong and when the customer is not respected as he deserves from studio company.
THIS release, on the other side, embodies a very high level of respect for a true fan, with everything that goes with it.
For almost symbolic price, you get 3 extraordinary separate DVDs which were previously released as single editions, all packed in beautiful box and served for your own pleasure.
The reason for my eulogy is that the politics of this studio company (Eagle Rock entertainment) have deeply touched me, because everything is professionaly done and you get the real thing, not some rip-off or company's "immediate cash injection". You get real respect! If you've never met an opposite, just buy any edition., and you'll understand what I am talking about.
So, what is so special? Well, anything. Instead of old release of "Live at Europe 1968", you get a new one, with better menus and audio in DTS and Dolby 5.1 surround. It is remarkable addition (although the footage is same), because sound was the main low-point of former release.
I will not go to so in-depth exploration of the contents of DVDs from this set, because you can read it in reviews of the separate editions.
Soundstage Performances is an absolute delice. You get full performances of The End from Toronto Show 1967 (edited for edipal section in original cutting), Danish TV performance and PBS Show performance.
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In reality, all you need to know about The Doors music can be found within their studio albums and Jim Morrison's poetry, but Jim Ladd's four-hour 'special' radio documentary from '79 provides a historic and culturally significant perspective from a vantage point only eight years after Morrison's death. Via specially recorded interviews with John Densmore, Ray Manzarek, Robby Krieger and others, this CD box set is compelling in its honest attempt at a reflection that is tinged with bereft sadness as well as the celebration of their considerable achievements which, twenty-seven years later, we still fully appreciate. Jim Morrison can, of course, only be represented by previous interviews, but here his poetry is recognised as it should be... He was the seeker for a new generation who couldn't possibly follow him, but forty years later still yearn to do so - to experience the limits of existance and to feel alive within this apolitical and spiritually choked world.
Studio recordings and live tracks sit alongside close observations of that period and the creativity and integrity is clearly evident. Morrison and The Doors' challenging of what music could and should be is covered rather more than the dire Oliver Stone movie. Yes, he was an alcoholic and consumed record amounts of acid... We know all this, but there was much more to the man; this box-set at least attempts to recognise this, due I think to the time of its recording.
As a new documentary film on The Doors is currently in production for release in 2007, this box-set sits well alongside all other current books and DVD's available.
Expensive, but worth it in my humble opinion...
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Great CD
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