When The Music's Over
Texas Radio & The Big Beat
Hello, I Love You
Five To One
Light My Fire
The Unknown Soldier
Recordings / Film:
16mm Professional Film - 'Feast of Friends'
Reviews / Info:
-Prior to the show, behind-the-scenes footage is shot for 'Feast of Friends' on the Seattle Monorail.
-The Doors third album 'Waiting For The Sun' is released in the U.S. on this date.
-This is The Doors third appearance in Seattle.
-Promotional artwork by Michael Condon (Handbill)
-Approx. 5,000 in attendance.
-'When The Music's Over' is the highlight of tonight's performance.
-The Doors return to Seattle in 1969 to play the Seattle Pop Festival.
Prior to The Doors performance at the Seattle Center Arena on July 12th, 1968, Paul Ferrara captures The Doors on film while boarding a monorail built for the 1962 World's Fair exhibit. While on board, Jim Morrison reads a copy of Helix magazine featuring an advertisement for The Doors concert on the backside. In a sarcastic tone, Jim mocks page 6 of the magazine which quotes Hermann Goering of the Nazi's with "Why of course the people don't want war."
< Click Here to VIEW or DOWNLOAD a complete PDF copy of Jim's magazine!
As well as the monorail, The Doors visit Seattle's Space Needle, also built in 1962 for the World's Fair.
REVIEW:Newspaper: The Seattle Times
Author: Janine Gressel
Publish Date: July 13th - 1968
Copyright © The Seattle Times
HANDBILL:Contributed by: BallroomDays67