BAKERSFIELD CIVIC AUDITORIUM - 08/21/1970

BAKERSFIELD, CA - U.S.A.



Venue Address: 1001 Truxtun Ave. - Bakersfield, CA 
Promotion: West Coast Promotions
Event: In Concert

Also Performing:
Genetic Drift

Setlist:
Roadhouse Blues
Alabama Song
Back Door Man >
      -Old Stone Road
Five To One
Universal Mind
      -Summertime (Instrumental)
When The Music's Over
      -All My World
Mystery Train
      -People Get Ready
      -Away In India
      -Crossroads
Ship Of Fools
Love Me Two Times
      -St. James Infirmary
      -Baby, Please Don't Go
Light My Fire
The End

Recordings / Film:
Stage Recording
Archive/Newsreel Footage (See Below)

Photographers:
Unavailable

Reviews / Info:
-Promotional posters/handbills from this show have never surfaced.
-A short backstage interview with Jim Morrison is filmed prior to the show. (See Below)
-Portions of the performance are filmed for television news but never utilized. (See Below)
-Jim Morrison recites a rare lyric/poem during 'Back Door Man' titled 'Old Stone Road'.
-The Doors perform an 8 minute version of 'Universal Mind' featuring an extended solo.
-This performance is recorded through stage microphones by The Doors road manager Vince Treanor.
-Setlist may be incomplete.
-This is The Doors 2nd and final appearance in Bakersfield.

16MM COLOR FOOTAGE WITH SOUND



Bakersfield Civic Auditorium

Info:

16mm color concert footage shot at the Bakersfield Civic Auditorium in 1970 and later used in a television news segment. The complete filmwork consists of a backstage Q&A with Jim Morrison featuring audio, and approximately four and a half minutes of silent concert footage. The Doors, Tony Funches and Babe Hill are also captured on film as they make their way to the stage. During his Q&A, Jim Morrison discusses the Miami trial and the future of music. To read more about this footage, click HERE.



ARCHIVE/MEMORABILIA:


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