February 11th - 2017

Our latest batch of updates are now online! This time around we are featuring a selection of items from numerous contributors, including memorabilia from our own private collection! We'd like to give a special thanks to Ron Fritts, Bill Tikellis, Stev Bauske, Derek Pattison, and Abbatinko Hernandez for their contributions! Enjoy!


 

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ON THE ROAD > AVALON BALLROOM - 05/12-13/1967

HANDBILL:

Avalon Ballroom May 1967 - Handbill

Contributed By: MildEquator

ON THE ROAD > TELEVISION PERFORMANCES

PRINT AD:

Clay Cole's Diskotek June 1967 - Print Ad

Contributed By: RFritts


ON THE ROAD > COMMODORE BALLROOM - 08/15/1967

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Commodore Ballroom 1967 - Print Ad
Contributed By: RFritts

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Commodore Ballroom 1967 - Print Ad
Contributed By: RFritts


ON THE ROAD > FORT WORTH - 09/03/1967

ARTICLE:

Forth Worth 1967 - Article
Contributed By: RFritts

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Fort Worth 1967 - Print Ad
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Fort Worth 1967 - Print Ad
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ON THE ROAD > AMBASSADOR THEATRE (CANCELLED) - 09/15-16/1967

ARTICLE:

Washington 1967 - Review
Contributed By: RFritts


ON THE ROAD > UNIVERSITY OF DENVER - 09/29/1967

ARTICLE:

Denver 1967 - Article
Contributed By: RFritts

PICTURE AD:

Denver 1967 - Picture Ad
Contributed By: RFritts


ON THE ROAD > BUSHNELL MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM - 11/26/1967

PRINT AD #1:

Hartford 1967 - Print Ad
Contributed By: BTikellis

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Hartford 1967 - Print Ad
Contributed By: BTikellis


ON THE ROAD > EASTMAN THEATRE - 03/16/1968

TICKET:

Rochester 1968 - Ticket
Contributed By: fireheart2021


ON THE ROAD > CHICAGO COLISEUM - 05/10/1968

TICKET:

Chicago 1968 - Ticket
Contributed By: AHernandez


ON THE ROAD > VANCOUVER PACIFIC COLISEUM - 07/13/1968

REVIEW:

Vancouver Review


ON THE ROAD > ASBURY PARK CONVENTION HALL - 08/31/1968

REVIEW:

Asbury Park 1968 - Review
Contributed By: RFritts

PICTURE AD:

Asbury Park 1968 - Picture Ad
Contributed By: RFritts


ON THE ROAD > VETERANS MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM - 11/07/1968

NEWSLETTER:

Phoenix November 1968 - Print Ad
Phoenix November 1968 - Print Ad

Contributed By: MildEquator.com


ON THE ROAD > PHILADELPHIA CONVENTION HALL (CANCELLED) - 03/19/1969

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Philadelphia 1969 Cancelled - Print Ad
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ON THE ROAD > DALLAS MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM (CANCELLED) - 04/04/1969

PRINT AD:

Dallas Memorial Auditorium - Print Ad
Contributed By: RFritts

ON THE ROAD > WINTERLAND ARENA - 02/05-06/1970

HANDBILL:

Winterland Arena - Handbill
Contributed By: MildEquator.com

ON THE ROAD > FAIRFIELD UNIVERSITY (CANCELLED) - 05/09/1970

ARTICLE:

Fairfield University 1970 Cancelled
Contributed By: RFritts

ON THE ROAD > MISC. FILM & FOOTAGE

OLIVIA'S PLACE


Olivia's Place

FILM DATE: 01/16/1966
FORMAT: Documentary
COLOR: Yes
LENGTH: Approx. 6:00
AUDIO: Unknown
DIRECTOR: Thom Andersen

Info:

In 1966 Thom Andersen directs a film titled Olivia's Place, documenting the existence of the small cafe Jim Morrison frequented and used as the inspiration behind The Doors debut album track Soul Kitchen. Details on the filming itself appear as a synopsis to the film during the opening title:

"On Sunday, January 16, 1966, we shot 200 feet of 16mm Kodak Ektachrome MS film, type 7256, at Olivia's Place, 2618 Main Street, Santa Monica, California. We shot with a static camera, mounted on a tripod, using only available light. A recording of "There Is Something On Your Mind" by Big Jay McNeely and his Band, with vocal by Little Sonny, was on the jukebox then. The Harlem Globetrotters and Tokyo Joe, starring Humphrey Bogart, were on TV that afternoon."

Olivia's Place


ON THE ROAD > WARNER PLAYHOUSE - 05/07/1966

PRINT AD:

Warner Playhouse 1966 - Print Ad

Contributed By: RFritts


ON THE ROAD > WHISKY A GO GO - 07/01-27/1966

REVIEW:

Whisky A Go Go 1966 - Review

Contributed By: BTikellis

ON THE ROAD > STARLIGHT BALLROOM - 07/28/1966

ARTICLE:

Starlight Ballroom July 1966 - Article

Contributed By: RFritts

ON THE ROAD > EARL WARREN SHOWGROUNDS - 07/28/1966

ARTICLE:

Earl Warren Showgrounds July 1966 - Article

Contributed By: RFritts

ON THE ROAD > EARL WARREN SHOWGROUNDS - 08/06/1966

ARTICLE:

Earl Warren Showgrounds August 1966 - Article

Contributed By: BTikellis

ON THE ROAD > BIDO LITO'S - 09/15-17/1966

PRINT AD:

Bido Lito's 1966 - Print Ad

Contributed By: RFritts

ON THE ROAD > THE SEAWITCH - 12/09-10/1966

ARTICLE:

Seawitch 1966 - Print Ad

Contributed By: RFritts

ON THE ROAD > FILLMORE AUDITORIUM - 01/06-08/1967

REVIEW:

Fillmore Auditorium - Review

Contributed By: RFritts

ARTICLE:

Fillmore Auditorium - Article
Contributed By: RFritts

TYPE AD:

Fillmore Auditorium - TypeAd
Contributed By: RFritts

ON THE ROAD > FILLMORE AUDITORIUM - 01/13-15/1967

TYPE AD #1:

Fillmore Auditorium - Type Ad

Contributed By: RFritts

TYPE AD #2:

Fillmore Auditorium - Type Ad
Contributed By: RFritts

ON THE ROAD > WHISKY A GO GO (SAN FRANCISCO) - 02/14-15/1967

PRINT AD:

Whisky A Go Go (San Francisco) - Print Ad

Contributed By: RFritts

ON THE ROAD > AVALON BALLROOM - 03/03-04/1967

TYPE AD:

The Doors - Avalon Ballroom 1967

Contributed By: RFritts

ON THE ROAD > THE MATRIX - 03/07-11/1967

PRINT AD:

The Matrix 1967 - Print Ad

Contributed By: RFritts

ON THE ROAD > ONDINE - 03/13-31/1967

REVIEW #1:

Ondine 1967 - Review

Contributed By: BTikellis

REVIEW #2:

Ondine 1967 - Review
Contributed By: BTikellis

ON THE ROAD > AVALON BALLROOM - 04/14-15/1967

TYPE AD:

The Doors - Avalon Ballroom 1967

Contributed By: RFritts

ON THE ROAD > HULLABALOO - 04/30/1967

REVIEW:

Hullabaloo April 1967 - Review

Contributed By: RFritts

PRINT AD #2:

Hullabaloo April 1967 - Print Ad
Contributed By: RFritts

ON THE ROAD > AVALON BALLROOM - 05/12-13/1967

TYPE AD #1:

Avalon Ballroom May 1967 - Type Ad

Contributed By: RFritts

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Avalon Ballroom May 1967 - Type Ad class=
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ON THE ROAD > WHISKY A GO GO - 05/16-21/1967

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Whisky A Go Go 1967 - Print Ad

Contributed By: RFritts

FLYER:

Whisky A Go Go 1967 - Flyer class=
Contributed By: BTikellis


ON THE ROAD > AMATEUR CONCERT FOOTAGE

CHICAGO COLISEUM


Chicago Coliseum

CONCERT DATE: 05/10/1968
LOCATION: Chicago - IL
VENUE: Chicago Coliseum
FORMAT: Super 8mm
COLOR: Yes
LENGTH: 4:45
AUDIO: Silent

Info:

Silent Super 8mm film. While previously known to collectors, this footage was transferred in late 2016 and made available on YouTube for viewing. Jim Morrison is not wearing leather pants during this performance but appears to have given a very animated show. Running at approx. 5 minutes, the film is mainly dark and out of focus but shot close enough to the stage for easy viewing.




ON THE ROAD > AVALON BALLROOM - 03/03-04/1967

PRINT AD:

The Doors - Avalon Ballroom 1967

Contributed By: RFritts


ON THE ROAD > FRESNO CONVENTION CENTER - 07/06/1967

PRINT AD:

The Doors - Fresno 1967

Contributed By: RFritts

REVIEW:

The Doors - Fresno 1967
Contributed By: RFritts


ON THE ROAD > VICTORIA MEMORIAL ARENA - 07/20/1967

REVIEW:

The Doors - Victoria 1967

Contributed By: RFritts


ON THE ROAD > SHRINE EXPOSITION HALL - 12/22-23/1967

REVIEW:

The Doors - Shrine Exposition Hall 1967

Contributed By: RFritts


ON THE ROAD > KALEIDOSCOPE - 04/11/1968

PRINT AD:

The Doors - Kaleidoscope 1968

Contributed By: RFritts


ON THE ROAD > HONOLULU CONVENTION CENTER - 07/20/1968

PRINT AD:

The Doors - Honolulu 1968

Contributed By: RFritts

PICTURE AD:

The Doors - Honolulu 1968
Contributed By: RFritts


ON THE ROAD > COLUMBUS - 11/02/1968

PRINT AD:

The Doors - Columbus 1968

Contributed By: RFritts


ON THE ROAD > MIAMI - 03/01/1969

REVIEW:

The Doors - Miami 1969
The Doors - Miami 1969

Contributed By: RFritts

PRINT AD:

The Doors - Miami 1969
Contributed By: RFritts


ON THE ROAD > PITTSBURGH CIVIC ARENA - 05/02/1970

PRINT AD:

The Doors - Pittsburgh 1970

Contributed By: RFritts

PICTURE AD:/font>

The Doors - Pittsburgh 1970
Contributed By: RFritts


DOCUMENTS > SIGNATURES

BUSINESS CARD

Jim Morrison Signed Business Card

Contributed By: BRammelaere

Details on this signed business card are relatively unknown, and there is currently no record of the photographers listed on the front as ever having taken photos of Jim Morrison or The Doors. Certified authentic, this is a rare instance of an autograph by Jim Morrison where he has included a full 'Jim' in the signing.

BACKSIDE:


JIM MORRISON CHECK #4


Jim Morrison Check

Contributed By: BRammelaere

A fourth check, owned by Bart Rammelaere, is dated May 29th, 1970.



ON THE ROAD > BALBOA STADIUM - 07/08/1967

ARTICLE:

The Doors - San Diego 1967

Contributed By: RFritts


REVIEW:

The Doors - San Diego 1967

Contributed By: RFritts


PRINT AD:

The Doors - San Diego 1967

Contributed By: RFritts



ON THE ROAD > KRNT THEATER - 09/27/1967

PRINT AD:

The Doors - Des Moines 1967

Contributed By: RFritts


ON THE ROAD > HI CORBETT FIELD - 10/07/1967

PRINT AD:

The Doors - Tucson 1967

Contributed By: RFritts


ON THE ROAD > TULSA CONVENTION CENTER - 10/08/1967

ARTICLE:

The Doors - San Diego 1967

Contributed By: RFritts


PRINT AD:

The Doors - San Diego 1967

Contributed By: RFritts


ON THE ROAD > EAGLES AUDITORIUM - 11/10/1967

ARTICLE:

The Doors - Seattle 1967

Contributed By: RFritts


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The Doors - Seattle 1967

Contributed By: RFritts


PHOTO AD:

The Doors - Seattle 1967

Contributed By: RFritts


ON THE ROAD > NEW HAVEN ARENA - 12/09/1967

PRINT AD:

The Doors - Seattle 1967

Contributed By: RFritts


ON THE ROAD > SACRAMENTO MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM - 12/15/1967

ARTICLE:

The Doors - Sacramento 1967

Contributed By: RFritts


REVIEW:

The Doors - Sacramento 1967

Contributed By: RFritts


ON THE ROAD > BOSTON BACK BAY THEATRE - 03/17/1968

PRINT AD:

The Doors - Boston 1968

Contributed By: RFritts


ON THE ROAD > SAM HOUSTON COLISEUM - 07/10/1968

REVIEW:

The Doors - Houston 1968

Contributed By: RFritts


REVIEW PHOTO:

The Doors - Houston 1968

Contributed By: RFritts


PRINT AD:

The Doors - Houston 1968

Contributed By: RFritts


ON THE ROAD > MERRIWEATHER POST PAVILION - 08/30/1968

PRINT AD #1:

The Doors - Columbia 1968

Contributed By: RFritts


PRINT AD #2:

The Doors - Columbia 1968

Contributed By: RFritts


ON THE ROAD > TORONTO MAPLE LEAF GARDENS (CANCELLED) - 03/21/1969

PRINT AD:

The Doors - Toronto 1969

Contributed By: RFritts


CANCELLED NOTICE:

The Doors - Toronto 1969

Contributed By: RFritts


ARTICLE:

The Doors - Toronto 1969

Contributed By: RFritts


ON THE ROAD > MINNEAPOLIS AUDITORIUM - 06/15/1969

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The Doors - Minneapolis 1969

Contributed By: RFritts


PRINT AD #2:

The Doors - Minneapolis 1969

Contributed By: RFritts


ON THE ROAD > COLUMBUS - 05/09/1970

PRINT AD:

The Doors - Columbus 1970

Contributed By: RFritts


DOCUMENTS > HANDWRITTEN LYRICS

UNIVERSAL MIND



Contributed By: LizardKingTeo

ON THE ROAD > ROTTERDAM - 05/06/1972

PHOTOGRAPHS BY KEES NIJSEN:



> CLICK THE ABOVE PHOTOGRAPH TO DOWNLOAD THE COMPLETE SET!



ON THE ROAD > AMSTERDAM - 15/09/1968

PROGRAM:


The Doors - Amsterdam 1968 - Program

The Doors - Amsterdam 1968 - Program
Contributed By: Kees Nijsen


ON THE ROAD > CHICAGO AUDITORIUM THEATRE - 02/15/1970

LATE SHOW - AUDIENCE TAPE RECORDING:



Tracklist:
Back Door Man >
Five To One
      -Richard Nixon
Break On Through
When The Music's Over
Gloria
      -Mystery Train
      -Crossroads
      -Coda Queen
      -Gloria
      -Mystery Train
Who Do You Love
Tell All The People
Love Me Two Times
The End
(Incomplete)


ON THE ROAD > SAN DIEGO - 02/15/1970

REVIEW:

San Diego 1970 Review
Contributed By: jim4371


ON THE ROAD > ANAHEIM CONVENTION CENTER - 07/15/1967

THE ANAHEIM CONVENTION CENTER - BY MIKE SCHONS


"I, and a few of my friends went to see The Doors at the Anaheim Convention Center in June, 1967. We actually went to see Jefferson Airplane as they were a real favorite of ours. We were in a band with a female singer and covered a number of their tunes, and kept a stash with us. As was our custom, we smoke a few joints before we went in. The show started with Merry Go Round, a very 'poppy', Beatle-ish band that we had considered 'bubble-gummers'. Actually we ended up pretty impressed by their arrangements and vocals. The Airplane just kicked the shit out of the place. They had a BIG sound which is essential in bigger venues. Grace Slick had a huge voice and the band didn't miss a lick. Not so with The Doors unfortunately. They were just coming off a long tour and Jim's voice was shot - so was Jim. Mostly out-of-key, hoarse mumbles punctuated by ear shattering screams every so often. My biggest memory is of Jim, at the end of his show, lying spread-eagled on his back on the stage mumbling something incoherent into the microphone while he did what looked like snow angels while he lay on top of all the cords and wires. It was unprofessional, decadent, horrible - and we thought it was the coolest thing we'd ever seen (we WERE 16 at the time, after all). Our singer tried to do it at our next gig and we almost got our ass kicked off the stage! We were awed by Anaheim. Before then, the biggest venue we'd been to was the Palladium in Hollywood which was very laid back and, already by that time, going to seed and shabby. On the other hand, it DID have a balcony which somehow we got up into and it was the first time I saw people smoking dope and fucking in public. Great fun. Anaheim was brand new, plush, formal, big, well-lit with a good sound system. We passed joints around but otherwise, behaved ourselves. Fantastic experience which actually made us all great Doors fans from that time on.

I got invited to attend a show by Ray Manzarek in Bakersfield a year or two before his death. while at this little show by Ray (think Manzarek in a piano bar), I happened to mention to my group of friends that I had seen The Doors in concert. Everyone near us turned around in amazement that I had actually done so - I became a mini-celebrity for a few seconds. I was taken aback by their reaction at first until I realized that these people were all much younger than me - too young to have ever seen the band. They loved The Doors for the myth (and music) of The Doors as much as an actual living, breathing band. Interesting experience and speaks volumes on how legends are born. When something ends 'too soon' or 'before its time', it freezes it in time and becomes more poignant in the human memory. It doesn't hurt to leave behind a lot of great songs and a truly original 'sound.


Mike Schons
Anaheim, CA
Copyright © 2016 Mike Schons


DOCUMENTS > SIGNATURES

JIM MORRISON CHECK #3


Jim Morrison Check

Contributed By: JackGotLucky

A third check for $100.00, paid in 1968.

BACKSIDE:

RAY MANZAREK CHECK TO DANNY SUGERMAN - 1978


This check from Ray Manzarek to Danny Sugerman was written in December, 1978.

Ray Manzarek Check

Contributed By: JackGotLucky

JAMES D. MORRISON FUNERAL BILL

Click the image to see the full resolution!

Jim Morrison Funeral Bill

Contributed By: Philippe Doro


ON THE ROAD > TORONTO - 04/20/1968

TICKET:

Toronto 1968 Ticket
Contributed By: BallroomDays67

ON THE ROAD > MADISON SQUARE GARDEN - 01/24/1969

TICKET:

Madison Square Garden 1969 Ticket
Contributed By: BallroomDays67

DOCUMENTS > POETRY & MUSIC

INVITATION:

Mt. Alverno Review 1971 Invitation
Contributed By: BallroomDays67

ON THE ROAD > MICHIGAN PALACE - 09/03/1972

PRINT AD:

Michigan Palace 1971 Print Ad
Contributed By: MKehr



TORONTO ROCK N' ROLL REVIVAL - PHOTOS & FILM

BY DOUG MCCLEMENT



"Not too many people brought cameras to concerts back then, and The Doors part of the show was not filmed for Sweet Toronto. When the cameraman at the centre stage shooting position cleared off his gear after John Lennon's set, I climbed onto it. I have about twenty seconds of video of The Doors taken with an 8mm camera, and about 8 minutes of film over the course of the day. I was 16 years old at the time. I remember marvelling at the custom built amplifiers The Doors used, and how close together they set up, even though it was a large stage. My main impression of their set was how underrated the guitarist was. Robby played brilliantly. I also have about a dozen photos I took of various bands, and some newspaper clippings from various Toronto papers. It's a shame there's so little footage of The Doors, but I only had one five-minute reel to record 15 bands, and nobody knew John Lennon was going to be there, so I used up a minute on him."

Doug McClement
Toronto, CANADA
Copyright © 2016 Doug McClement


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ON THE ROAD > DALLAS STATE FAIR MUSIC HALL - 12/11/1970

THE LATE SHOW - BY JIM BAYLISS:


"I found out that The Doors were going to be in Dallas by chance. I mentioned to a friend that the only concert I ever felt like I missed was The Doors. He had just been to a Moody Blues concert in Dallas and told me that The Doors were going to be there soon. A couple of days later, I made a slurry of calls to Dallas and was finally hooked to the Fairpark Music Hall, where I was told that the concert was that night, and that there were still front section seats for the 10:30pm performance. I told them I'd be there, and made a reservation.

The night before, a norther had unexpectedly chilled that day's warm air. I met it with two coats and my yellow Maverick, and left Austin after dinner at 6:30pm, If I had found out about it earlier, I would have taken somebody with me, but it was too late for that now. I sped north, and questioned my ability to stay awake on the road until 5:00am or so the next morning. I drove on through Georgetown, Temple, Waco, plowing the slithery asphalt with my headlights. Darkness hides reality, you know. The car then moves protoplasm through a void. Hillsboro, Waxahachie - I will wake up the next morning and nothing will have happened.

I entered Dallas at 9:45pm and headed toward the Fairgrounds. I found a near vacant parking lot alongside a radio station building, and left the car. I weaved through parked cars and around to the front of the building. There were a lot of people waiting to get in. I entered a line for paid reservations and received a ticket saying "row C". I wandered about in the crowd a bit. The police pushed us back from the doors to let the first show out. 45 minutes late, we were let in.

Hoping the police wouldn't say anything to me about the contents of my knapsack (a tape recorder), I moved straight down to the third row, got comfortable, and looked around. I was seated in a large auditorium with cushioned seats, operatic balconies and an orchestral pit. People were shuffling about below in the orchestral pit. One, who could have passed for Densmore, was talking to a gal in the front row. Occasionally, a well-proportioned blonde, with a neckline slivered to low sternum, shuffled up and down the aisle. A gal in an opera balcony smiled and puffed on a cigarette. A couple of Frisbees were circulating. The lights flickered and went out.

The opening band, the Courtship (I think), was introduced. They were good, professional, and did some Motownish sounding numbers with a heavy band sound, reminiscent of Vanilla Fudge. After a short performance (half an hour perhaps), they left. The audience wanted the Doors and were asked to wait 10 minutes. Frisbees resumed flight, and the well-proportioned blonde made another trip to the front row to talk to a gal who was talking to the guy who looked like Densmore.

The curtain parted on five silhouettes. One announced "The Doors" and left, and four figures were revealed. On the left was Manzarek, wearing blue jeans and a black, pajama-like top. Elevated on a stand in back was Densmore, poised and ready. Krieger, with a peculiar smile, was wearing yellow, palm-tree patterned bell-bottoms, and looked like a tourist in Palm Springs. With his back to the audience was Morrison, in black cotton pants and a pink shirt. With a maraca tucked into his pants, he turned to the audience to find the mic.

Krieger ripped off the bass line for Roadhouse Blues, and the others waited and entered. They then headed toward unrecorded numbers and did "Crawling King Snake". Morrison snarled for requests, and promptly heard half of their recorded songs barked back at them. "Yeah, yeah, I know but that comes later on in the show." "Wait a minute, wait a minute, wait a minute, one at a time." "Thank you very much. Very kind of you." They broke into "Ship of Fools". Morrison did his part, sat beneath the drums, waited, traced the wire back to the mike, finished the song, and began anew.

There's a palace in the canyon
Where you and I were born
Now I'm a lonely man
Take me back into the garden

In the shadows of the canyon
I met you and now you're gone
And now my dream is gone
Let me back into the garden

Picking up a tambourine, Morrison shook its circumference over the mic. "L.A woman, she's all mine, L.A. woman, don't let me catch you with mine." The song ended and Ray immediately led into "When The Music's Over." Morrison sometimes whistles the scream of the butterfly, you know. They then went into "Riders on the Storm" and ended with an improvised version of "The End", which they finished with a frenzied, ear-ripping climax, and Morrison, Krieger, and Manzarek fell to the floor. They then arose and departed. The auditorium lights were turned on. The audience rose to its feet in applause. It was late. No encore. We left into the cool, clear night, and I started the trek back to Austin."

Jim Bayliss
Austin, TX
Copyright © 2016 Jim Bayliss

A Very pecial Thanks to Jim Bayliss for providing his tape and review of the concert to MildEquator.com!



TRACK TIME: 32:41


Tracklist:
Palace In The Canyon >
L.A. Woman
(Cut)
Riders On The Storm (Cut)
The End (Cut)
      "Squeeze My Lemon"
      -I'd Be Your Penman (Poetry)
      -Mystery Train
      -Away In India


ARTICLE:

Newspaper: Dallas Morning News
Author: Unknown
Publish Date: December 11th - 1970
Copyright © Dallas Morning News
Dallas 1970 - Article
Contributed By: jim4371

REVIEW #1:

Newspaper: Dallas Morning News
Author: Philip Wuntch
Publish Date: December 14th - 1970
Copyright © Dallas Morning News
Dallas 1970 - Review
Contributed By: jim4371

REVIEW #2:

Newspaper: Dallas News
Author: Pat Pope
Publish Date: December 23rd 1970 - January 12th 1970
Copyright © Dallas News
Dallas 1970 - Review Contributed By: jim4371

PRINT AD:

Dallas State Fair Music Hall - Print Ad
Contributed By: jim4371


DOCUMENTS > OFFICIAL/ELEKTRA DOCUMENTATION

LEON BARNARD / BILL SIDDONS CORRESPONDENCE 1968:

Bill Siddons / Leon Barnard Correspondence
Contributed By: JackGotLucky



DOCUMENTS > SIGNATURES

JIM MORRISON SIGNED CHECK #2:

Jim Morrison Signed Check

BACKSIDE:

Jim Morrison Signed Check
Contributed By: JackGotLucky



FILM HISTORY > PROMOTIONAL FILMS

BREAK ON THROUGH 16MM FILM & CAN:

Break On Through 16mm Can
Contributed By: lizardkingteo



ON THE ROAD > WESTBURY MUSIC FAIR - 04/19/1968

HANDBILL:

The Doors - Westbury Music Fair - Handbill

The Doors - Westbury Music Fair - Handbill Back

Contributed By: fireheart2021



DOCUMENTS > OFFICIAL/ELEKTRA DOCUMENTATION

T.T.G. RECORDING STUDIO INVOICES:

TTG Studios Invoice
TTG Studios Invoice
Contributed By: fireheart2021



DOCUMENTS > OFFICIAL/ELEKTRA DOCUMENTATION

SUNSET SOUND INVOICE:

The Doors - Sunset Sound Invoice
Contributed By: fireheart2021



DOCUMENTS > OFFICIAL/ELEKTRA DOCUMENTATION

JIM MORRISON PAYSTUB 1966:

Jim Morrison - 1966 Pay Stub
Contributed By: fireheart2021



DOCUMENTS > OFFICIAL/ELEKTRA DOCUMENTATION

JOHN DENSMORE PAYSTUB 1967:

John Densmore - 1967 Pay Stub
Contributed By: fireheart2021



DOCUMENTS > OFFICIAL/ELEKTRA DOCUMENTATION

LEON BARNARD / BILL SIDDONS CORRESPONDENCE 1968:

Bill Siddons / Leon Barnard Correspondence
Bill Siddons / Leon Barnard Correspondence
Bill Siddons / Leon Barnard Correspondence
Bill Siddons / Leon Barnard Correspondence
Contributed By: fireheart2021