1970 Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Interview. 2. 1967 University Of New York At Oswego Interview. Interviewee – Jim Morrison. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
The Lost Interview Tapes Featuring Jim Morrison Volume Two sono delle interviste condotte da Salli Stevenson registrate il 13 ottobre 1970 nell'ufficio dei Doors situato nel West Hollywood per il Circus Magazine. Questo documento molto importante contiene le ultime dichiarazioni e discussioni di Jim Morrison del 1970, oltre a questo documento esiste l'ultima intervista catturata su nastro e pubblicata da Jim Morrison nel marzo 1971. About Absolutely Live – 3:06. Why The Lack Of Practice – 1:06.
1970 Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Interview. Released: Jun 20, 2000. 2006 The Doors Music Co. Bright Midnight Records is manufactured and marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company. See All. The Very Best of The Doors.
The interview was reportedly aired as a brief news excerpt, but the interview in its entirely has never broadcast or published. Also included is one of The Doors earliest radio interviews. Booked to play a gig at the University Of New York at Oswego in upstate New York, the band agreed with Elektra's East Coast Radio Promotion Man to do an interview to promote their debut album. 1 1970 Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Interview - Duration:26:49 2 1967 University Of New York At Oswego Interview - Duration:28:22.
The Lost Interview Tapes Featuring Jim Morrison, Vol. 1. Advertisement. Other albums by The Doors. As interview subjects, the Doors had the potential of being as interesting and mysterious as their music. Conversely, when left bored or unchallenged, the band could mimic the ridiculous nature of their inquisition. The Lost Interview Tapes Featuring Jim Morrison, Vol. 1 is the first spoken word release by Bright Midnight Records - the Doors-only subsidiary label in the Rhino Entertainment family. From a 1970 Canadian Broadcasting Corporation interview comes nearly half an hour of one-on-one with Morrison and CBC journalist Tony Thompson. The dialogue includes less about the Doors - with not a single reference to the Miami incident - and more thoughts regarding Morrison's book of poetry and general point-of-view statements regarding the everyday social culture around him.
The album features their breakthrough single "Light My Fire" and the lengthy song "The End" with its Oedipal spoken word section. The Doors was central to the progression of psychedelic rock, and has been critically acclaimed.
|A1||Ray and Robbie|
|B2||Ray plus "Celebration Of The Lizard" cover|
Notes2 x 7" box set with 7 inserts, numbered, 500 only
3 July 1992 saw the 21st anniversary of the death of Jim Morrison, lead singer with the legendary rock group, The Doors
To celebrate that, Final Vinyl, a Scottish based venture released a very limited interview box set. It consisted of 2 seven-inch singles playing at 33 1/3 r.p.m. and totalling more than 40 minutes as well as a variety of memorabilia. The run was limited to 500 numbered copies. It has not and will not be re-issued.
The interviews came from more than 5 hours of taped conversations with the surving members of the group. Some parts have been aired on radio and also used as background for the Sky News documentary on the Oliver Stone film, "The Doors".
Much of what is discussed contradicts the accepted myth surrounding The Doors and shows that even group members have, over the years, become confused by their own press releases. The interviews are not meant to cause controversy but rather be of interest to rock fans wanting a better insight into one of the 'sixties most exciting groups.
1/A: Ray and Robbie talk about their roots and influences, hanging out with Jim (in 1963!!),Rick and The Ravens, conning club owners into getting gigs and the formation of The Doors.
1/B: Ray recounts the hilarious details of how Jim couldn't make the Amsterdam gig in 1968 (dope, paramedics and rubber sheets!!).He then explains the story of Jim and the soul of the dead Indian. After that, he goes on to An American Prayer.
2/A: Ray again, on bringing The Doors "Full Circle" and getting back together to work on Jim's poetry. Details of the drunken poetry sessions (Jim's birthday present to himself) and the famous 'phone call to Michael McLure.
2/B: Back to the start of The Doors with the previously unheard story of signing to CBS and being put on the "drop list". Ray the picks some of his favourite Doors tracks as a personal choice and covers "Celebration Of The Lizard".
Each box carries a selection of cuttings reproduced actual size and in the style of real cuts covering Jim's arrest and death.
All boxes include a reproduction of the 1967 interview with the legendary "Mojo Navigator" magazine and an advert for the "Middle Earth" gig.
The tapes were recorded on full I.B.A. spec equipment for radio broadcast but these 40 minutes are unheard until now. They were recorded in 1983 (at Anouska Hempel's Blake's Hotel) during The Doors visit to London to promote "Alive She Cried". Mastering and cutting were done at the world famous Abbey Road Studios. It should, however, be remembered that these were informal discussions with the band and include some background noises.