SEATTLE CENTER COLISEUM - 06/05/1970

SEATTLE, WA - U.S.A.



Venue Address: 305 Harrison St. - Seattle, WA 
Promotion: West Coast Promotions
Event: In Concert

Also Performing:
Albert King

Setlist:
Back Door Man
      -Love Hides
Adolf Hitler (Poem)
Roadhouse Blues
When The Music's Over
Trains / Tempus Fugit (Dialogue)
Mystery Train (Instrumental)
      -People Get Ready
      -Baby Please Don't Go
Mystery Train
      -Away In India (Instrumental)
      -Crossroads
Break On Through
Someday Soon
Five To One
Petition The Lord With Prayer
Light My Fire
The End (Power Cut)

Recordings / Film:
Stage Recording

Photographers:
Frank Lisciandro (Backstage)

Reviews / Info:
-Approx. 4,000 in attendance.
-Setlist includes a rare performance of 'Someday Soon'.
-Ray Manzarek's organ has technical problems and disrupts the show.
-Jim Morrison shakes maraca's and makes obnoxious vocal and feedback noises during 'When The Music's Over'.
-Jim Morrison interacts heavily with the audience at the beginning of 'Mystery Train'.
-Halfway through The Doors performance of 'The End', the power is cut and the house lights are turned on.
-This performance is recorded by The Doors road manager Vince Treanor through stage microphones.
-The Doors are photographed at the 'Seattle-Tacoma International Airport' by Frank Lisciandro.
-This is The Doors 5th and final appearance in Seattle.

ARCHIVE/MEMORABILIA:



ARTICLE:

Newspaper: Seattle Times
Author: Unknown
Publish Date: June 4th - 1970
Copyright © Seattle Times
Seattle Center Coliseum - Article

REVIEW:

Newspaper: Seattle Times
Author: Victor Stredicke
Publish Date: June 8th - 1970
Copyright © Seattle Times
Seattle Center Coliseum - Article



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