Adagio - The Doors - The Doors (VHS)

Label: Universal - 0617713 / 0617723 / 0617733 • Format: 3x, VHS PAL • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Art Rock, Acid Rock
Adagio - The Doors - The Doors (VHS)

The Doors - The Doors Are Open () is a classic Granada Television (Great Britain) documentary about this legendary rock group at their peak in Filmed in black-and-white at The Roundhouse in London in September , this performance by The Doors is raw and dark.4/5(23).

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Doors fans will have a blast with the video's opening, which is the illusion that the cover to the "Strange Days" album has sprung to life. Ray Manzarek, the band's organist, makes a few appearances, most notably as a priest. This is followed by the video for "Break On Through," a publicity clip done for the band's debut album. It's still fun Reviews: 7.

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  1. Covers the period from ; Produced and released in Val Kilmer stars as Jim Morrison in Oliver Stone's electrifying profile of the Doors, which takes the group from its inception to its demise with the death of the "Lizard King" in a Paris hotel room in In the early days of the group's formation, Morrison is at his most benign; he's just a guy hanging out at the beach writing poetry.5/5(3).

  2. The music of The Doors will last forever as a testament to a time of drug indulgence, erratic behavior, free love, and inspiring creativity. The film The Doors manages to construct a fairly believable persona of what Jim Morrison was like as a person thanks to Val Kilmer’s uncanny resemblance, real singing, and hypnotic gravitas/5(K).

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