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The Doors - Live In Philadelphia '70 (Disc 1)

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Scan submitted/created by [aldejerph]
Publisher: Bright Midnight
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Date :2005
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Total duration: 60:42

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1.
_Concert Introduction_(unknown)
5:20
Song
Concert
Philadelphia
1 May 1970
The Doors
2.
Tuning(_)
1:26
Song
Concert
Philadelphia
1 May 1970
The Doors
3.
Roadhouse Blues(Morrison/Krieger)
4:30
Song
Concert
Philadelphia
1 May 1970
The Doors
4.
Break On Through (To The Other Side)(The Doors)
5:01
Song
Concert
Philadelphia
1 May 1970
The Doors
5.
(Medley)(unknown)
Medley title
(unidentified)
(date unknown)
 
Back Door Man(Dixon/Burnett)
Song
Concert
Philadelphia
1 May 1970
The Doors
 
Love Hides(The Doors)
6:35
Song
Concert
Philadelphia
1 May 1970
The Doors
6.
Ship Of Fools(Morrison/Krieger)
6:30
Song
Concert
Philadelphia
1 May 1970
The Doors
7.
Universal Mind(The Doors)
4:27
Song
Concert
Philadelphia
1 May 1970
The Doors
8.
When The Music's Over(Morrison/Manzarek/Krieger/Densmore)
13:43
Song
Concert
Philadelphia
1 May 1970
The Doors
9.
Mystery Train(Parker/Phillips)
13:10
Song
Concert
Philadelphia
1 May 1970
The Doors
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Reviews

Review by: ringoswigOn 17 Jan 2007 at 06:45 CEST

The infamous Miami incident of March 1969 created sufficient controversy to cut short the remainder of that tour. The Doors played a date or two to round out the year, but it wasn't until 1970 that they recovered their momentum. The outstanding Morrison Hotel album was in stores, and the band was riding high on a wave of potent synergy. They kicked off the new tour in Boston on April 10th.

May 1st found them at the Spectrum in Philadelphia, a venue that had a reputation for unruliness. Ray Manzarek recalls the atmosphere that night in the liner notes to this release:


We couldn't even begin to play until all the people were in their seats. They were all jammed up at the front -- anticipating Morrison, Densmore, Krieger and Manzarek -- but we couldn't take the stage until they went back to their seats and listened in an orderly fashion. Only then would the Fire Marshal allow the show to continue. His whole trip was: You have to clear the aisles. What if there's a fire? Well, the place was made of metal and concrete; what was going to burn, except for The Doors' music? So we waited until the Fire Marshal gave the OK to the MC, who said, 'Ladies and gentlemen, from Los Angeles, California, The Doors.' Immediately, everyone who'd been made to sit down stood right back up. But by then it was too late. We just burned and jammed and played our music with the whole place rushing up to the stage.

Several shows on the 1970 tour were recorded on multi-track for the Absolutely Live album, and the attention to detail exhibited by engineer Bruce Botnick and his team resulted in superior sound quality both in the arena and on tape. Bruce also mixed and mastered this release, a true monument to the live Doors experience.



Bright Midnight Archives
This is the real thing, as The Doors played it, without intrusive overdubs or fixes. While technical glitches remain, and the tape sound is sometimes primitive, the performance quality and historical significance make Bright Midnight Archives releases essential in any Doors collection. Most Bright Midnight Archives releases are neither individually numbered nor limited editions.



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Filename: philadelphia1
Originally filled by: aldejerph
Date of creation: 20 Nov 2005 16:33:44
Last filled by: aldejerph
Last Revision Date : 20 Nov 2005 16:37:18
Online on : 20 Nov 2005
Type of media: Official CD


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