THE DOORS - Live At The Aragon Ballroom - Chicago 1972

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THE DOORSLive At The Aragon Ballroom - Chicago 1972CD00:00:00197217,99 Add to my shopping cart
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Much more than just a band, THE DOORS was a true phenomenon. This was mainly due to the truly charismatic character of their singer Jim MORRISON, whose death led to the band splitting up in 1971. The music performed by this California based band could be situated at the confluence of pop, rock, psychedelic and shaman-like rituals. Contrary to their competition JEFFERSON AIRPLANE and QUICKSILVER MESSENGER SERVICE, the emphasis was not set on long hypnotic sequences, but more on poetic and visionary lyrics that went from suggestive murmur to the wildest yell. The eponymous DVD allows us to see three documents of the times: "The End" recorded for the Canadian TV in 1967, an interesting set from Denmark the following year during the band's only European tour, and a complete show produced in New York during the year 1969. The three survivors Ray MANZAREK (Keyboards), Robby KRIEGER (Guitar) and John DENSMORE (Drums) also give us their point of view, thirty-five years later. The DVD also includes an interview of the musicians, still struck by the famous Miami attack... You do not know what we are talking about ? Then, buy this unique DVD without delay !...