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The Doors - When The Music's Over Live at the Hollywood Bowl 1968
 
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The Doors opening their July 5th, 1968 Hollywood Bowl concert with When The Music's Over.
Views: 1481627 Diopriest2
The Doors - The End - Live At Hollywood Bowl 1968
 
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This is the, end. Artist: The Doors Album: The Doors Song: The End Release Date: January 4th, 1967 Track Number: 11 of 11 Lyrics: Come on, turn the lights out, man Turn it way down Hey Mister Lightman You gotta turn those lights way down, man! Hey, I'm not kidding, you gotta turn the lights out Come on! What do we care...? This is the end, beautiful friend This is the end, my ownly friend, the end Of our elaborate plans, the end Of everything that stands, the end No safety or surprise, the end I'll never look into your eyes again Can you picture what will be So limitless and free Desperately in need of some stranger's hand In a desperate land Come on, baby! And we were in this house and there was a sound like Silverware being dropped on linoleum, and then Somebody ran into the room and they said "Have you seen the accident outside?" And everybody said: "Hey man, have you seen the accident outside?" Have you seen the accident outside Seven people took a ride Six bachelors and their bride Seven people took a ride Sever people died Don't let me die in an automobile I wanna lie in an open field Want the snakes to suck my skin Want the worms to be my friends Want the birds to eat my eyes As here I lie The clouds fly by Ode to a grasshopper... I think I'll open a little shop, A little place where they sell things And I think I'll call it "Grasshopper"... I have a big green grasshopper out there Have you seen my grasshopper, mama? Looking real good... (Oh, I blew it, it's a moth) That's alright, he ain't got long to go, so we'll forgive him. Ensenada The dog crucifix The dead seal Ghosts of the dead car sun Stop the card I'm getting out, I can't take it Hey, look out, there's somebody coming And there's nothing you can do about it... The killer awoke before dawn He put his boots on He took a face from the ancient gallery And he...he walked on down the hallway, baby Came to a door He looked inside Father? Yes, son? I wanna kill you Mother...I want to... Fuck you, mama, all night long Beware, mama Gonna love you, baby, all night Come on, baby, take a chance with us Come on, baby, take a chance with us Come on, baby, take a chance with us Meet me at the back of the blue bus Meet me at the back of the blue bus, Blue rock, Blue bus, Blue rock Blue bus. Kill! Kill! This is the end, beautiful friend This is the end, my only friend, the end Hurts to set you free But you'll never follow me The end of laughter and soft cries The end of nights we tried to die This is the end
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The Doors - moonlight drive (Live At The Bowl '68)
 
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DVD: http://smarturl.it/doorslive68dvd Blu-Ray: http://smarturl.it/doorslive68blu Digital: http://smarturl.it/doorslive68Digital Stream: http://smarturl.it/Doors68Stream On 5 July 1968 The Doors took to the stage of the Hollywood Bowl for a concert that has since passed into legend. The Doors were performing on the back of their 3rd album release "Waiting For The Sun" and the US No.1 single "Hello, I Love You". They had been honing their live performances over the previous 2 years and were on absolute peak form. Now for the first time the original film footage from the Hollywood Bowl has been digitally scanned and restored to present the show better and more complete than it's ever been seen before, with 2 previously cut tracks returned to the running order and with sound newly remixed and mastered from the original multitrack tapes by The Doors' engineer and co-producer Bruce Botnick. This is now the definitive edition of this famous performance.
Views: 509804 Eagle Rock
The Doors - Unknown Soldier (Live At The Bowl '68)
 
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DVD: http://smarturl.it/doorslive68dvd Blu-Ray: http://smarturl.it/doorslive68blu Digital: http://smarturl.it/doorslive68Digital On 5 July 1968 The Doors took to the stage of the Hollywood Bowl for a concert that has since passed into legend. The Doors were performing on the back of their 3rd album release "Waiting For The Sun" and the US No.1 single "Hello, I Love You". They had been honing their live performances over the previous 2 years and were on absolute peak form. Now for the first time the original film footage from the Hollywood Bowl has been digitally scanned and restored to present the show better and more complete than it's ever been seen before, with 2 previously cut tracks returned to the running order and with sound newly remixed and mastered from the original multitrack tapes by The Doors' engineer and co-producer Bruce Botnick. This is now the definitive edition of this famous performance. =================================== Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/YTSubscribeEagleRock Official site: https://www.eagle-rock.com Eagle Rock Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EagleRockEnt ===================================
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The Doors - Live At The Hollywood Bowl (1968) (Sub Esp) Full Album
 
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Track list: 1. When The Music's Over 00:00 2. Alabama Song (whisky bar) 12:55 3. Back Door Man 14:29 4. Five To One 17:02 5. Back Door Man (reprise) 18:57 --- Hello, I Love You XX:XX 6. Moonlight Drive 19:55 7. Horse Latitudes 23:16 8. A Little Game 24:23 9. The Hill Dwellers 25:44 10. Spanish Caravan 28:05 11. Wake Up 29:24 12. Light My Fire 30:54 13. The Unknown Soldier 40:58 14. The End (Segue) 45:21 15. The End 46:46 16. When the Music's Over (End credits) 1:00:56 Live At The Hollywood Bowl es el tercer álbum en vivo de la banda estadounidense The Doors. Fue grabado en julio de 1968, pero no fue puesto a la venta hasta el año 1987. El álbum se volvió obsoleto y dejó de venderse cuando su material fue incorporado al CD doble In Concert (1991). Sin embargo, el vídeo del concierto sigue disponible en formato DVD.
Views: 11416 Marcel Hetz
The Doors (Unknown Soldier Live at the Hollywood Bowl)
 
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Live at the Hollywood Bowl
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The Doors - Light My Fire
 
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Music video by The Doors performing Light My Fire. (C) 2012 Doors Property, LLC, exclusively licensed to Eagle Rock Entertainment Ltd. http://vevo.ly/mC9RM0
Views: 2484765 TheDoorsVEVO
The Doors Wake Up/Light My Fire Live at Hollywood Bowl 1968 5 July
 
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Break On Through To The "The Doors Portal" https://www.facebook.com/TheDoorsPortal https://twitter.com/TheDoorsPortal "Originally filmed by the Feast of Friends crew, the Hollywood Bowl footage was officially released as a complete concert film in 1987. The filmwork is a mix of 3 16mm Airiflex cameras, one high speed 16mm camera, and features professional 8-track audio, recorded by Paul Rothchild and Bruce Botnick in the Wally Heider remote truck. As a full concert film was not originally intended, portions of this show are incomplete. During the original performance, Jim's microphone had technical issues, resulting in vocal errors on the soundtrack. Jim's voice was synthetically engineered by Sonic Solutions to reproduce Jim's voice to fill in the missing vocal segments. The original released edit runs at about an hour, while the amount of original filmwork is unknown. An official re-release is planned for the future." Synopsis: "Unless you were there, you've never seen anything like it - the legendary Doors at their peak in this, the only complete concert ever filmed of the controversial superband. Filmed live at the Hollywood Bowl during the Fourth of July weekend, 1968, The Doors perform their most critically-acclaimed music before an SRO crowd. Unlike other Doors material, this once-thought-lost concert was captured by a four-camera crew with 16-track audio (mixed for the first time using digital technology) resulting in a production which enables fans both old and new to experience the actual sights and sounds of this immortal group on stage. Subtle and powerful, elusive and direct, The Doors Live At The Hollywood Bowl reveals The Doors at their dark and brilliant best - now... and forever."
Views: 123395 James Pamela
The Doors - Hello, I Love You (Live At The Bowl '68) ~1080p HD
 
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DVD: http://smarturl.it/doorslive68dvd Blu-Ray: http://smarturl.it/doorslive68blu Digital: http://smarturl.it/doorslive68Digital Stream: http://smarturl.it/Doors68Stream On 5 July 1968 The Doors took to the stage of the Hollywood Bowl for a concert that has since passed into legend. The Doors were performing on the back of their 3rd album release "Waiting For The Sun" and the US No.1 single "Hello, I Love You". They had been honing their live performances over the previous 2 years and were on absolute peak form. Now for the first time the original film footage from the Hollywood Bowl has been digitally scanned and restored to present the show better and more complete than it's ever been seen before, with 2 previously cut tracks returned to the running order and with sound newly remixed and mastered from the original multitrack tapes by The Doors' engineer and co-producer Bruce Botnick. This is now the definitive edition of this famous performance.
Views: 588445 Eagle Rock
New HD:The Doors The WASP (Texas Radio and the Big Beat) Live at Hollywood Bowl 1968
 
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Follow: "The Doors Portal" https://www.facebook.com/TheDoorsOpenUtopia https://twitter.com/TheDoorsPortal -"The WASP (Texas Radio and the Big Beat)" -"Hello, I Love You" CONCERT DATE: 07/05/1968 LOCATION: Hollywood - CA VENUE: The Hollywood Bowl PRODUCTION: The Doors FORMAT: 16mm COLOR: Yes LENGTH: Unknown AUDIO: Multi-track ARRANGEMENT: 4 Camera Multi-Angle DIRECTOR: Paul Ferrara Filmed by the Feast of Friends crew, The Doors 'Live At The Hollywood Bowl' was officially released on video in 1987 and again in 2012 as 'Live At The Bowl '68'. The filmwork is a mix of 3 16mm Airiflex cameras, one high speed 16mm camera, and features professional 8-track audio recorded by Paul Rothchild and Bruce Botnick in the Wally Heider remote truck. Although four cameras are in place during this show, final edits consist of three angles only. The high-speed 16mm operated by Steve Wax was not set to start filming until the execution scene in 'The Unknown Soldier', but jammed and did not capture any of the performance. As a full concert film was not intended, there are portions of the show that were not caught on film. During the original performance, Jim's microphone had technical issues, resulting in vocal errors on the soundtrack. Jim's voice was synthetically engineered by Sonic Solutions to reproduce Jim's voice to fill in the missing vocal segments. The original released edit runs at about an hour, while the total amount of original filmwork is unknown. Synopsis: "Unless you were there, you've never seen anything like it - the legendary Doors at their peak in this, the only complete concert ever filmed of the controversial superband. Filmed live at the Hollywood Bowl during the Fourth of July weekend, 1968, The Doors perform their most critically-acclaimed music before an SRO crowd. Unlike other Doors material, this once-thought-lost concert was captured by a four-camera crew with 16-track audio (mixed for the first time using digital technology) resulting in a production which enables fans both old and new to experience the actual sights and sounds of this immortal group on stage. Subtle and powerful, elusive and direct, The Doors Live At The Hollywood Bowl reveals The Doors at their dark and brilliant best - now... and forever." Film Crew: Paul Ferrara - Center Seating Area Frank Lisciandro - Stage Foot Area David Thompson - Stage Camera Steve Wax - High Speed Camera
Views: 91076 TheDoorsPortal
The Doors Live 1968
 
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The Doors live, song list: * Alabama song * Back door man * Texas Radio and The Big Beat * Love me two times * When the music is over * Unknow soldier
Views: 829325 Catarina Troiano
The Doors - Spanish Caravan Live at the Hollywood Bowl 1968
 
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The Doors doing a great rendition of Spanish Caravan Live at the Hollywood Bowl in Hollywood, California on July 5th, 1968.
Views: 5182 Diopriest2
THE DOORS - ALABAMA SONG; BACK DOOR MAN; FIVE TO ONE; MOONLIGHT DRIVE; HORSE LATITUDES (Live, 1968)
 
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The Doors: 2. Alabama Song (Whiskey Bar) / 3. Back Door Man / 4. Five to One / [5th song was damaged during recording.] 6. Moonlight Drive / 7. Horse Latitudes (1968) Live at the Hollywood Bowl
Views: 123875 postthismusic
The Doors Back Door Man/Five To One Live at Hollywood Bowl 1968 5 July
 
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Break On Through To The "The Doors Portal" https://www.facebook.com/TheDoorsPortal https://twitter.com/TheDoorsPortal "Originally filmed by the Feast of Friends crew, the Hollywood Bowl footage was officially released as a complete concert film in 1987. The filmwork is a mix of 3 16mm Airiflex cameras, one high speed 16mm camera, and features professional 8-track audio, recorded by Paul Rothchild and Bruce Botnick in the Wally Heider remote truck. As a full concert film was not originally intended, portions of this show are incomplete. During the original performance, Jim's microphone had technical issues, resulting in vocal errors on the soundtrack. Jim's voice was synthetically engineered by Sonic Solutions to reproduce Jim's voice to fill in the missing vocal segments. The original released edit runs at about an hour, while the amount of original filmwork is unknown. An official re-release is planned for the future." Synopsis: "Unless you were there, you've never seen anything like it - the legendary Doors at their peak in this, the only complete concert ever filmed of the controversial superband. Filmed live at the Hollywood Bowl during the Fourth of July weekend, 1968, The Doors perform their most critically-acclaimed music before an SRO crowd. Unlike other Doors material, this once-thought-lost concert was captured by a four-camera crew with 16-track audio (mixed for the first time using digital technology) resulting in a production which enables fans both old and new to experience the actual sights and sounds of this immortal group on stage. Subtle and powerful, elusive and direct, The Doors Live At The Hollywood Bowl reveals The Doors at their dark and brilliant best - now... and forever."
Views: 20386 James Pamela
The Doors (Live At The Bowl '68)
 
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1. Show Start/Intro 2. WHEN THE MUSIC´S OVER 3. ALABAMA SONG (Whisky Bar) 4. BACK DOOR MAN 5. FIVE TO ONE 6. BACK DOOR MAN (Reprise) 7. THE WASP (Texas Radio And The Big Beat) 8. HELLO, I LOVE YOU 9. MOONLIGHT DRIVE 10. HORSE LATITUDES 11. A LITTLE GAME 12. THE HILL DWELLERS 13. SPANISH CARAVAN 14. Hey, what would you guys like to hear? 15. WAKE UP! 16. LIGHT MY FIRE 17. Light My Fire (segue) 18. THE UNKNOWN SOLDIER 19. The End (segue) 20. THE END
Views: 211790 WallAngell
The Doors Live, The End (Special Performance)
 
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Special Live Performance of the song THE END. If you're a doors fan you might want to watch this one as Jim Morrison sings The End in a most special way. Click Show More For Important Info Please! For Entertainment Only For New Music + Cinematic Gameplay Mixed Into Damn Fine Music Videos. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLb904_n0MIirzpGEfiLIkY-zNbid4Iz12 How To Reach Me: Twitter- https://twitter.com/CrazyDog57
Views: 402769 Kevin CrazyDog Smith
The Doors  - The End- Live At The Hollywood Bowl  (Subtítulado en español).
 
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The Doors - The End- Live At The Hollywood Bowl
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The Doors - Hello, I Love You (Live)
 
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DVD: http://smarturl.it/doorslive68dvd Blu-Ray: http://smarturl.it/doorslive68blu Digital: http://smarturl.it/doorslive68Digital Stream: http://smarturl.it/Doors68Stream On 5 July 1968 The Doors took to the stage of the Hollywood Bowl for a concert that has since passed into legend. The Doors were performing on the back of their 3rd album release "Waiting For The Sun" and the US No.1 single "Hello, I Love You". They had been honing their live performances over the previous 2 years and were on absolute peak form. Now for the first time the original film footage from the Hollywood Bowl has been digitally scanned and restored to present the show better and more complete than it's ever been seen before, with 2 previously cut tracks returned to the running order and with sound newly remixed and mastered from the original multitrack tapes by The Doors' engineer and co-producer Bruce Botnick. This is now the definitive edition of this famous performance.
Views: 164669 TheDoorsVEVO
The Doors - Moonlight Drive (Live)
 
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DVD: http://smarturl.it/doorslive68dvd Blu-Ray: http://smarturl.it/doorslive68blu Digital: http://smarturl.it/doorslive68Digital Stream: http://smarturl.it/Doors68Stream On 5 July 1968 The Doors took to the stage of the Hollywood Bowl for a concert that has since passed into legend. The Doors were performing on the back of their 3rd album release "Waiting For The Sun" and the US No.1 single "Hello, I Love You". They had been honing their live performances over the previous 2 years and were on absolute peak form. Now for the first time the original film footage from the Hollywood Bowl has been digitally scanned and restored to present the show better and more complete than it's ever been seen before, with 2 previously cut tracks returned to the running order and with sound newly remixed and mastered from the original multitrack tapes by The Doors' engineer and co-producer Bruce Botnick. This is now the definitive edition of this famous performance.
Views: 139711 TheDoorsVEVO
The Doors - Touch Me Live In Hollywood, CA. 1969 - Aquarius Theater
 
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The Doors performing a great rendition of Touch Me Live at the Aquarius Theater in Hollywood, California 1969. This is from the 2nd performance.
Views: 108839 Diopriest2
The Doors - Hello, I Love You (Original Live Vocal)
 
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Jim Morrison's original live vocal of "Hello, I Love You" from the Hollywood Bowl on July 5, 1968. When "The Doors: Live At The Bowl '68" was released on home video in 2012, Morrison's studio vocal had to be used for the song "Hello, I Love You" due to damage on the live tape. But thanks to an audience recording from that night, we can still hear his original live performance. Audio Restoration: [email protected] Contact me if you have any tapes, films, or photos related to Jim Morrison and The Doors. #TheDoors #JimMorrison #HollywoodBowl ---
Views: 1618 The Doors Guide
the doors live at the hollywood bowl - whisky bar and Back door man
 
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the doors live at the hollywood bowl - whisky bar and Back door man. Live in 1968. HQ audio. If there are any problems with the video let me know.
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The Doors- Hollywood Bowl 68
 
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The Back-story, radio spots, and interviews with the Doors, along with a performance at the bowl.
Views: 8173 Airbaja
The Doors - Live At The Bowl '68 [Trailer]
 
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DVD: http://smarturl.it/doorslive68dvd Blu-Ray: http://smarturl.it/doorslive68blu Digital: http://smarturl.it/doorslive68Digital Stream: http://smarturl.it/Doors68Stream On 5 July 1968 The Doors took to the stage of the Hollywood Bowl for a concert that has since passed into legend. The Doors were performing on the back of their 3rd album release "Waiting For The Sun" and the US No.1 single "Hello, I Love You". They had been honing their live performances over the previous 2 years and were on absolute peak form. Now for the first time the original film footage from the Hollywood Bowl has been digitally scanned and restored to present the show better and more complete than it's ever been seen before, with 2 previously cut tracks returned to the running order and with sound newly remixed and mastered from the original multitrack tapes by The Doors' engineer and co-producer Bruce Botnick. This is now the definitive edition of this famous performance.
Views: 122884 Eagle Rock
The Doors When the Music's Over Live at "Hollywood Bowl" 1968
 
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Break On Through To The "The Doors Portal" https://www.facebook.com/TheDoorsPortal https://twitter.com/TheDoorsPortal CONCERT DATE: 07/05/1968 LOCATION: Hollywood - CA VENUE: The Hollywood Bowl PRODUCTION: The Doors FORMAT: 16mm COLOR: Yes LENGTH: Unknown AUDIO: Multi-track ARRANGEMENT: 4 Camera Multi-Angle DIRECTOR: Paul Ferrara "Originally filmed by the Feast of Friends crew, the Hollywood Bowl footage was officially released as a complete concert film in 1987. The filmwork is a mix of 3 16mm Airiflex cameras, one high speed 16mm camera, and features professional 8-track audio, recorded by Paul Rothchild and Bruce Botnick in the Wally Heider remote truck. As a full concert film was not originally intended, portions of this show are incomplete. During the original performance, Jim's microphone had technical issues, resulting in vocal errors on the soundtrack. Jim's voice was synthetically engineered by Sonic Solutions to reproduce Jim's voice to fill in the missing vocal segments. The original released edit runs at about an hour, while the amount of original filmwork is unknown." Synopsis: "Unless you were there, you've never seen anything like it - the legendary Doors at their peak in this, the only complete concert ever filmed of the controversial superband. Filmed live at the Hollywood Bowl during the Fourth of July weekend, 1968, The Doors perform their most critically-acclaimed music before an SRO crowd. Unlike other Doors material, this once-thought-lost concert was captured by a four-camera crew with 16-track audio (mixed for the first time using digital technology) resulting in a production which enables fans both old and new to experience the actual sights and sounds of this immortal group on stage. Subtle and powerful, elusive and direct, The Doors Live At The Hollywood Bowl reveals The Doors at their dark and brilliant best - now... and forever."
Views: 20545 James Pamela
The Doors Live at the Hollywood Bowl- 1968 and Free Download Link
 
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The Doors- Live at the Hollywood Bowl 1968 http://adf.ly/RT9q2 I do not own any copyright to this recording. Copyright is owned by the creators and The Doors.
Views: 10087 Charlie Wainwright
the doors live light my fire hollywood bowl 1968
 
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the doors live hollywood bowl 1968 light my fire... the best band of the world.... playing one of the best songs ever made jim morrison for ever
Views: 304931 memocalzada
The Doors Live At The Hollywood Bowl Part 1 Of 7
 
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5th July 1968 The Door's Live at the Hollywood Bowl, is one of the most quintessential performances of rock history. Mick Jagger actually attended this performance and was sitting next to Jim's girlfriend Pamela. One of the greatest things about this recording, was that it was the only Door's concert that was entirely filmed. Most other recordings where cancelled before or even during the set. As of 3rd June 2011: Part 1 - 160,926 Part 2 - 71,329 Part 3 - 59,376 Part 4 - 55,175 Part 5 - 38,599 Part 6 - 33,085 Part 7 - 29,232 People need to start watching the entire film. You don't know what your missing out on.
Views: 345219 livebabylive15
Ray Manzarek interviewed about The Doors Hollywood Bowl Concert
 
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Ray Manzarek, talks about his time on stage at the Hollywood ball. Keyboardist & founder member of the 60s rock band The Doors, has died aged 74. He formed the band with lead singer Jim Morrison in 1965 after a chance meeting in Venice Beach, Los Angeles. Manzarek, who had battled bile duct cancer for many years, died in a clinic in Rosenheim, Germany, with his wife and brothers at his bedside. The Doors found fame in the 1960s with hits such as The End, Break on Through to the Other Side and Hello I Love You. They sold more than 100 million albums worldwide and Manzarek became one of the best-known keyboardists of his era, his artistry colouring tracks like Riders on the Storm and Light my Fire. Digital format of his full concert here: http://smarturl.it/doorslive68Digital Like and Share our videos to encourage us to post more. Subscribe to our channel for more live concert footage: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=eaglerocktv Follow us on twitter and Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EagleRockEnt https://twitter.com/EagleRocknews
Views: 7367 Eagle Rock
The Doors Unknow Soldier Live at Hollywood Bowl 1968 5 July
 
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Follow: "The Doors Portal" https://www.facebook.com/TheDoorsPortal https://twitter.com/TheDoorsPortal The Doors Unknow Soldier Live at Hollywood Bowl 1968 5 July "Originally filmed by the Feast of Friends crew, the Hollywood Bowl footage was officially released as a complete concert film in 1987. The filmwork is a mix of 3 16mm Airiflex cameras, one high speed 16mm camera, and features professional 8-track audio, recorded by Paul Rothchild and Bruce Botnick in the Wally Heider remote truck. As a full concert film was not originally intended, portions of this show are incomplete. During the original performance, Jim's microphone had technical issues, resulting in vocal errors on the soundtrack. Jim's voice was synthetically engineered by Sonic Solutions to reproduce Jim's voice to fill in the missing vocal segments. The original released edit runs at about an hour, while the amount of original filmwork is unknown." Synopsis: "Unless you were there, you've never seen anything like it - the legendary Doors at their peak in this, the only complete concert ever filmed of the controversial superband. Filmed live at the Hollywood Bowl during the Fourth of July weekend, 1968, The Doors perform their most critically-acclaimed music before an SRO crowd. Unlike other Doors material, this once-thought-lost concert was captured by a four-camera crew with 16-track audio (mixed for the first time using digital technology) resulting in a production which enables fans both old and new to experience the actual sights and sounds of this immortal group on stage. Subtle and powerful, elusive and direct, The Doors Live At The Hollywood Bowl reveals The Doors at their dark and brilliant best - now... and forever."
Views: 918 James Pamela
The Doors The End Live at Hollywood Bowl 1968 5 July
 
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Follow: "The Doors Portal" https://www.facebook.com/TheDoorsPortal https://twitter.com/TheDoorsPortal The Doors The End Live at Hollywood Bowl 1968 5 July "Originally filmed by the Feast of Friends crew, the Hollywood Bowl footage was officially released as a complete concert film in 1987. The filmwork is a mix of 3 16mm Airiflex cameras, one high speed 16mm camera, and features professional 8-track audio, recorded by Paul Rothchild and Bruce Botnick in the Wally Heider remote truck. As a full concert film was not originally intended, portions of this show are incomplete. During the original performance, Jim's microphone had technical issues, resulting in vocal errors on the soundtrack. Jim's voice was synthetically engineered by Sonic Solutions to reproduce Jim's voice to fill in the missing vocal segments. The original released edit runs at about an hour, while the amount of original filmwork is unknown." Synopsis: "Unless you were there, you've never seen anything like it - the legendary Doors at their peak in this, the only complete concert ever filmed of the controversial superband. Filmed live at the Hollywood Bowl during the Fourth of July weekend, 1968, The Doors perform their most critically-acclaimed music before an SRO crowd. Unlike other Doors material, this once-thought-lost concert was captured by a four-camera crew with 16-track audio (mixed for the first time using digital technology) resulting in a production which enables fans both old and new to experience the actual sights and sounds of this immortal group on stage. Subtle and powerful, elusive and direct, The Doors Live At The Hollywood Bowl reveals The Doors at their dark and brilliant best - now... and forever."
Views: 5259 James Pamela
REACTION- The Doors 'Unknown Soldier' live at the Hollywood bowl
 
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First time listening to Unknown Solider by The Doors. Amazing to say the least. Jim Morrison is a real character on stage **all rights to this song belong to The Doors**
The Doors Live At The Hollywood Bowl Part 6 Of 7
 
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5th July 1968 The Door's Live at the Hollywood Bowl, is one of the most quintessential performances of rock history. Mick Jagger actually attended this performance and was sitting next to Jim's girlfriend Pamela. One of the greatest things about this recording, was that it was the only Door's concert that was entirely filmed. Most other recordings where cancelled before or even during the set. As of 3rd June 2011: Part 1 - 160,926 Part 2 - 71,329 Part 3 - 59,376 Part 4 - 55,175 Part 5 - 38,599 Part 6 - 33,085 Part 7 - 29,232 People need to start watching the entire film. You don't know what your missing out on.
Views: 50583 livebabylive15
The Doors Live At Hollywood Bowl '68 CD (REVIEW)
 
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Look up for this CD on stores and the doors official online store. http://thedoors.shop.bravadousa.com/Default.aspx Check for CD,DVD,Blu-ray,and vinyl on amazon : http://www.amazon.com/The-Doors-Live-Bowl-Blu-ray/dp/B0090O07RS Subscribe please.
Views: 1538 Amit Oknin
The Doors - Light My Fire (Live At The Bowl '68)
 
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DVD: http://smarturl.it/doorslive68dvd Blu-Ray: http://smarturl.it/doorslive68blu Digital: http://smarturl.it/doorslive68Digital Stream: http://smarturl.it/Doors68Stream On 5 July 1968 The Doors took to the stage of the Hollywood Bowl for a concert that has since passed into legend. The Doors were performing on the back of their 3rd album release "Waiting For The Sun" and the US No.1 single "Hello, I Love You". They had been honing their live performances over the previous 2 years and were on absolute peak form. Now for the first time the original film footage from the Hollywood Bowl has been digitally scanned and restored to present the show better and more complete than it's ever been seen before, with 2 previously cut tracks returned to the running order and with sound newly remixed and mastered from the original multitrack tapes by The Doors' engineer and co-producer Bruce Botnick. This is now the definitive edition of this famous performance.
Views: 91297 Eagle Rock
The Doors - A Little Game/The Hill Dwellers Live at the Hollywood Bowl 68'
 
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The Doors performing A Little Game and The Hill Dwellers a section from The Celebration of the Lizard. Live at the Hollywood Bowl in Hollywood, Ca. July 5th, 1968. The Doors Lineup Jim Morrison - Vocals Ray Manzarek - Keyboards/ Piano Bass Robby Krieger - Guitar John Densmore - Drums
Views: 5634 Diopriest2
20. The Doors - The End (Live At The Hollywood Bowl, 1968) (LYRICS)
 
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LYRICS ENGLISH: Turn the lights out, man. Come on, turn the lights out. Come on, turn the lights out, man. Turn it way down. Hey, Mister lightman, you gotta turn those lights way down, man. Hey, I'm not kidding, you gotta turn the lights out. Oh, come on!. Oh, What do we care?. This is the end. Beautiful friend. This is the end. My only friend, the end. Of our elaborate plans, the end, of everything that stands, the end. No safety or surprise, the end. I'll never look into your eyes again. Can you picture what will be so limitless and free?. Desperately in need of some stranger's hand in a desperate land. Come on, baby. And we were in this house and there was a sound like silverware being dropped on linoleum, and then somebody ran into the room and they said: "Have you seen the accident outside?". And everybody said: "Hey man, Have you seen the accident outside?". Have you seen the accident outside. Seven people took a ride. Six bachelors and their bride. Seven people took a ride. Don't let me die in an automobile. I wanna lie in an open field. Want the snakes to suck my skin, want the worms to be my friends, want the birds to eat my eyes. As here I lie, the clouds fly by. Ode to a grasshopper... I think I'll open a little shop, a little place where they sell things, and I think I'll call it "Grasshopper". I have a big green grasshopper out there. Have you seen my grasshopper, mama?, looking really good. Oh, I blew it, it's a moth. That's alright, he ain't got long to go so we'll forgive him. Ensenada. The dog crucifix. The dead seal. Ghosts of the dead car. Son, stop the car, I'm getting out, I can't take it. Hey, look out, there's somebody coming, and there's nothing you can do about it. The killer awoke before dawn, he put his boots on, he took a face from the ancient gallery, and he walked on down the hallway, baby. He came to a door and he looked inside... -Father, - Yes son?, - I wanna kill you. - Mother, I want to... Fuck you, mama, all night long. Beware, mama, gonna love you, baby, all night, yeah. C'mon, baby, take a chance with us. C'mon, baby, take a chance with us. C'mon, baby, take a chance with us. Meet me at the back of the blue bus, meet me at the back of the blue bus doing a blue rock, on a blue bus, doing a blue rock, on a blue bus. Come on. This is the end. Beautiful friend. This is the end. My only friend. It hurts to set you free, but you'll never follow me. The end of laughter and soft lies, the end of nights we tried to die. This is the end. - LETRA TRADUCIDA ESPAÑOL EN LOS COMENTARIOS. The Doors - The End - Live At The Hollywood Bowl, July 4, 1968.
The Doors - Alabama Song (Whiskey Bar) Live!
 
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Whiskey Bar At The Hollywood Bowl
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The Doors Live At The Hollywood Bowl Part 4 Of 7
 
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5th July 1968 The Door's Live at the Hollywood Bowl, is one of the most quintessential performances of rock history. Mick Jagger actually attended this performance and was sitting next to Jim's girlfriend Pamela. One of the greatest things about this recording, was that it was the only Door's concert that was entirely filmed. Most other recordings where cancelled before or even during the set. As of 3rd June 2011: Part 1 - 160,926 Part 2 - 71,329 Part 3 - 59,376 Part 4 - 55,175 Part 5 - 38,599 Part 6 - 33,085 Part 7 - 29,232 People need to start watching the entire film. You don't know what your missing out on.
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The Doors - Live At The Bowl '68 [Theatrical Trailer] ~ 1080p HD
 
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DVD: http://smarturl.it/doorslive68dvd Blu-Ray: http://smarturl.it/doorslive68blu Digital: http://smarturl.it/doorslive68Digital Stream: http://smarturl.it/Doors68Stream On 5 July 1968 The Doors took to the stage of the Hollywood Bowl for a concert that has since passed into legend. The Doors were performing on the back of their 3rd album release "Waiting For The Sun" and the US No.1 single "Hello, I Love You". They had been honing their live performances over the previous 2 years and were on absolute peak form. Now for the first time the original film footage from the Hollywood Bowl has been digitally scanned and restored to present the show better and more complete than it's ever been seen before, with 2 previously cut tracks returned to the running order and with sound newly remixed and mastered from the original multitrack tapes by The Doors' engineer and co-producer Bruce Botnick. This is now the definitive edition of this famous performance.
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