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gotta ask.. Doors ?

Discussion in 'music' started by jaf229, Aug 26, 2007.

  1. jaf229

    jaf229 pfm Member

    i have The Doors In Concert, double CD...black cover red letters and am looking for this on vinyl, does it exist? Not referrring to alive she cried, or absolutely live, but just called Doors in COncert
     
  2. Tony L

    Tony L Administrator

    The only CD album of that title I'm aware of doesn't match your visual description, i.e. it has a picture of Morrison on the front here. It is a compilation of other live albums as far as I can tell, so yes, the content has been released on vinyl, but not as that collection. I assume there is about 4 LPs worth of content in the two CDs.

    Tony.
     
  3. Folkman

    Folkman pfm Member

    Released in 1991 on cd only.

    BUT a quick check and it seems to have been released in Germany as a 3 lp set. $75 according to the web site.

    Michael.
     
  4. Folkman

    Folkman pfm Member

    Hey , theres one on ebay [if its the one you describe]

    No bids and starting at £9.99

    Jump to it !!!

    Michael.
     
  5. jaf229

    jaf229 pfm Member

    Tony,
    thats the one...thank you all now the search begins.
     
  6. Folkman

    Folkman pfm Member

    Uhh -- search over. Its on ebay , but ending soon :confused:
     
  7. jaf229

    jaf229 pfm Member

    thanks everyone...auction ended..amd i won! for 9.99gpb...illtake it!!
     
  8. domfjbrown

    domfjbrown pfm Member

    Good work :) I've only got "Alive, she cried" on vinyl, but have the aforementioned "In concert" on CD - love the version of "Love me two times"... Far better than the massively-inferior studio version due to Morrison going nuts.

    Now you need to track down "At the scene club, NY" to hear Morrison at his most trashed - with Hendrix, on "Morrison's lament".
     

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