COW PALACE - 07/25/1969

DALY CITY, CA - U.S.A.



Venue Address: 2600 Geneva Ave. - Daly City, CA 
Promotion: Bill Graham Presents
Event: In Concert

Also Performing:
Lonnie Mack
The Elvin Bishop Group

Setlist:
Five To One
Break On Through
Tell All The People
When The Music's Over
Touch Me
The Soft Parade (Power Cut)
House Announcer (Unknown)
The Soft Parade
Light My Fire
(Incomplete)

Recordings / Film:
8mm Amateur/Audience Film
16mm Stage Film

Photographers:
Janice Leider-Mallette (Amateur)
Michael Parrish - Click HERE to see these photographs!
Unidentified

Reviews / Info:
-Promotional artwork by Randy Tuten (Poster; Handbill)
-8:00pm scheduled start time.
-Closed circuit film footage is shot during this performance.
-Power is cut to the stage during the introduction to 'The Soft Parade'.
-Jim Morrison argues to have the power back on and The Doors are granted an extended set.
-'The Soft Parade' is performed in its entirety and is followed by a short encore of 'Light My Fire'.
-An audience member films a segment of this show with an 8mm camera.
-Road manager Vince Treanor films a portion of this show from the stage with a 16mm camera.

COW PALACE 8MM FOOTAGE



Seattle Pop Festival

Info:

For years, this silent color 8mm footage was said to have been shot at the Seattle Pop Festival, however new clues point towards the idea that this was in fact filmed at the Cow Palace. Running at approximately six minutes, the footage includes Lonnie Mack.



COW PALACE 16MM FOOTAGE



Cow Palace

Info:

400' of 16mm silent color footage shot from the stage by road manager Vince Treanor. Although Vince parted with the recordings he made of Vancouver, Seattle and Bakersfield in 1970, this mid-1969 film remains his personal property.



COW PALACE CLOSED CIRCUIT FILM FOOTAGE



Cow Palace Closed Circuit

Info:

Photographer Michael Parrish captured a shot of the band on stage, and although very small, Jim Morrison appears in the bottom left on a closed circuit monitor used by Bill Graham's sound crews to project the performance on a screen during the show. The footage was not likely preserved or recorded.



ARCHIVE/MEMORABILIA:



POSTCARD/HANDBILL:

Cow Palace - Handbill      

Artwork: © Randy Tuten

ID: BG-186-PC-B

Size: 4.5" x 7.25"

Info: This bulk-rate postcard/handbill was printed to promote The Doors performance at the Cow Palace in San Francisco, 1969.

Scans by: MildEquator

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LSD HANDBILL:

The Doors - Cow Palace 1969 - LSD Handbill
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HANDBILL/FLYER:


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PHOTOGRAPHS:

The Doors - Cow Palace 1969 - Photo
Contributed by: Michael Parrish

The Doors - Cow Palace 1969 - Photo
Contributed by: Michael Parrish

The Doors - Cow Palace 1969 - Photo
Contributed by: Michael Parrish

The Doors - Cow Palace 1969 - Photo
Contributed by: Michael Parrish

The Doors - Cow Palace 1969 - Photo
Contributed by: Michael Parrish

The Doors - Cow Palace 1969 - Photo
Contributed by: Michael Parrish




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