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Absolutely Live is the first live album by American rock band the Doors, released July 20, 1970 by Elektra Records. The double album features tracks recorded at concerts held between July 1969 at the Aquarius Theater in Hollywood and May 1970 at the Cobo Arena in Detroit. The album included the first full release of the performance piece "Celebration of the Lizard" and several other tracks that had not previously appeared on any official Doors release
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Absolutely Live is a music live recording by THE DOORS (ve Rock) released in 1970 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. It is known that in those days, after the Miami incident, promoters were not very confident in The Doors because they expected riots like the Miami incident, and the band was also nervous because many promoters banned them.
The Doors – Absolutely Live. Label: Elektra – EKS-9002. Format: 2 Vinyl, LP, Album. Stereo Came with a lyrics sheet of 'Celebration of the Lizard'. Recorded Live in USA 1969-1970. Absolutely Live! on edge. First Canadian pressing on Tan "E" Electra label and butterfly label later Distributed by "Warner Bros.
This sprawling collection demonstrated that, in concert, the Doors could be an enervating as well as an elevating experience. There are no hits, but there's a lot of Morrison - improvising, reciting poetry, sometimes singing - not a record for the uninitiated. Recorded at concerts in 1969 and 1970, this was an era in which Jim Morrison was becoming increasingly dissolute and increasingly disinterested in the whole rock machine.
Absolutely Live – pierwszy koncertowy album amerykańskiej grupy muzycznej The Doors. Jim Morrison – wokal. Ray Manzarek – instrumenty klawiszowe, wokal. Robbie Krieger – gitara. John Densmore – perkusja. House Announcer – 2:40. Who Do You Love? (McDaniel) – 6:02. Alabama Song (Whiskey Bar) (Brecht, Weill) – 1:51. Back Door Man (Dixon) – 2:22. Five to One (The Doors) – 4:34. Build Me a Woman (The Doors) – 3:33. When the Music’s Over (The Doors) – 16:16.
Absolutely Live is the first live album released by American rock band The Doors in July 1970. In 1991, Absolutely Live and 1983's Alive, She Cried were repackaged and released as a two-disc set entitled In Concert, with the addition of one track from 1978's An American Prayer and two from the band's July 1968 Hollywood Bowl concert, "The Unknown Solider," which appeared on 1987's Live at the Hollywood Bowl, and "The End," previously unreleased.
Recorded at various East Coast venues and two Monday night shows at the Aquarius Theatre in Los Angeles between August 1969 and June ’70, Absolutely Live captured The Doors on the rebound from Jim Morrison’s Miami bust, right before they recorded Morrison Hotel
|Break On Through (Live, East Afton Farm 30.8.1970)||4:53|
|Gloria ("Them"-Coverversion Recorded In 1967)||2:57|
|Light My Fire (Live, Johnny Winters-TV-Show 27.12.1967)||2:53|
|My Eyes Have Seen You (Alternate Early Version)||2:03|
|Love Me Two Times (Rehearsal, Autumn 1968)||3:16|
|People Are Strange (Early Studio-Version)||2:07|
|Summer's Almost Gone (Audition Demo From Aura Studios, Los Angeles 1965)||2:18|
|Someday Soon (Unreleased Song, Studio-Acetate 1967)||2:51|
|Let It Bleed (Demo From 1968)||2:18|
|Peace Frog (Rehearsal At Aquarius Theatre, Hollywood 22.7.1969)||2:50|
|Touch Me (Live On Texan TV 1968)||3:13|
|Wishful Sin (Alternate Early Version)||3:01|
|Yes, The River Knows (Demo From 1967)||2:33|
|Queen Of The Highway (Alternate Version From Acetate)||3:32|
|Orange County Suite (From Jim's Poetry Sessions, Los Angeles March 1969)||5:21|
|Whiskey, Mystics And Men (Part Of The "Rock Is Dead" - Rehearsal-Session, 25.2.1969)||2:18|
|Roadhouse Blues (Live, Detroit 8.5.1970)||6:35|
|Been Down So Long (Live, Detroit 8.5.1970)||7:25|
|Crossroads (Live, Detroit 8.5.1970)||3:45|
|Hyacinth House (Alternate Early Version)||2:40|
|Love Her Madly (Alternate Version)||3:10|
|Hitler (Live, Boston 1970)||0:12|
|The Wasp (Alternate Early Version)||1:52|
|Riders On The Storm (Alternate Version)||6:49|
|The End (Live, Detroit 8.5.1970)||16:35|
|EKS-74026||The Doors||Absolutely Rare (2xLP, Comp, Ltd, Unofficial, Whi)||Elektra||EKS-74026||UK||2010|
|EKS-74025||The Doors||Absolutely Rare (2xLP, Comp, Unofficial)||Elektra||EKS-74025||UK||2010|