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Jim Morrison - Live: Feel the Blues flac album

Performer: Jim Morrison
Title: Live: Feel the Blues
Duration: 01:08:45
Relesed: November 1, 1998
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 571
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Jim Morrison of The Doors on THE SMOTHERS BROTHERS COMEDY HOUR, January 6th, 1969. Few performers have been so consistently controversial as James Douglas Morrison, the vocalist and songwriter of the Doors. And none has caused so many writers to construct so much gothic imagery in an effort to describe the mystique. Why haven’t you done a live album? Wel. really don’t think it was time yet. We had other things to do. Because I have an idea that when we do this live albu. can’t really see it in its entirety yet, but I would guess that a lot of the material would be old rock classic. nd I mean really old rock classics, from the rock and roll era. Also old blues. It’s like the way I feel about writers. There are so many that I couldn’t really single out. Too numerous to mention.

Listen to music from Jim Morrison like Ghost Ship, A Feast of Friends & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Jim Morrison. For other musicians named Jim Morrison: please scroll down. James Douglas "Jim" Morrison (born December 8, 1943 in Melbourne, Florida, United States – died July 3, 1971 in Paris, France) was an American singer, songwriter, poet, writer and filmmaker. He is best known as the lead singer and lyricist of The Doors and is widely considered to be one of the most charismatic frontmen in rock music history. There are at least two recording artists named Jim Morrison.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Roadhouse Blues John Densmore / Robby Krieger / Ray Manzarek / Jim Morrison Jim Morrison feat: Albert King 5:50
2 Back Door Man Chuck Berry / Chester Burnett / Willie Dixon Jim Morrison feat: Albert King 2:28
3 Five to One John Densmore / Robby Krieger / Ray Manzarek / Jim Morrison Jim Morrison feat: Albert King 5:56
4 When the Music's Over John Densmore / Robby Krieger / Ray Manzarek / Jim Morrison Jim Morrison feat: Albert King 12:12
5 Who Do You Love? Jim Morrison feat: Albert King 7:21
6 Light My Fire John Densmore / Robby Krieger / Ray Manzarek / Jim Morrison Jim Morrison feat: Albert King 10:57
7 Fever Jim Morrison feat: Albert King 7:32
8 The End John Densmore / The Doors / Robby Krieger / Ray Manzarek / Jim Morrison Jim Morrison feat: Albert King 16:29

Credits

Chuck Berry - Composer
Chester Burnett - Composer
John Densmore - Composer
Willie Dixon - Composer
The Doors - Composer
Albert King - Performer, Primary Artist
Robby Krieger - Composer
Ray Manzarek - Composer
Jim Morrison - Composer, Primary Artist
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