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#1 ER Pemberton

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Posted 16 March 2019 - 08:15 AM

It may not contain a lot of new information for the true Doors fan but it had a lot of rare footage and pictures and some insight on the dynamic between the members.  Jim Morrisson was never confident in his vocals because he had no formal training.  But the others knew that he was a rare talent and never complained about his wild antics (being late, drunk, high, tripping, etc)... they just looked the other way because they knew that they needed him.  There is some talk about the producers, a lot about some of the trouble they got into, etc.  Many shows started late, ended early and featured Morrisson sitting or laying on the stage mumbling for most of the time.  The band wanted to play tight, live shows.  Occasionally they played fragments of 3-4 songs and ended the show because Morrisson was so out of it.  It's only about 90 minutes and worth a look and I've always liked a lot of their stuff. 

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