The Doors / Live at the Bowl 1968

The Doors / Live at the Bowl '68 CD, DVD, Blu-ray and Vinyl release

Rhino will release The Doors 5th July 1968 live performance at the Hollywood Bowl on CD on 22 October 2012.  This will be the first time ever that the show has been available in its entirety (parts of the show were released in 1987 by Elektra).

A vinyl edition will also be available with a limited run of high quality 180g double LPs, mastered by Doug Sax and Eric Boulanger released. The CD edition will be on a single disc. The audio has been extensively cleaned by Bruce Botnick.

Eagle Rock will also release the film of the concert on DVD and Blu-ray.

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Track listing

  • 1. Show Start/Intro
  • 2. “When The Music’s Over”
  • 3. “Alabama Song (Whisky Bar)”
  • 4. “Back Door Man”
  • 5. “Five To One”
  • 6. “Back Door Man” (Reprise)
  • 7. “The WASP (Texas Radio And The Big Beat)”
  • 8. “Hello, I Love You”
  • 9. “Moonlight Drive”
  • 10. “Horse Latitudes”
  • 11. “A Little Game”

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Ugga gumma umma.

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The Source

Better question is why can’t the news media get it right.


Full track list should be –

1. Show Start/Intro
2. When The Music s Over
3. Alabama Song (Whisky Bar)
4. Back Door Man
5. Five To One
6. Back Door Man (Reprise)
7. The WASP (Texas Radio And The Big Beat)
8. Hello, I Love You
9. Moonlight Drive
10. Horse Latitudes
11. A Little Game
12. The Hill Dwellers
13. Spanish Caravan
14. Hey, What Would You Guys Like To Hear?
15. Wake Up!
16. Light My Fire (Segue)
17. Light My Fire
18. The Unknown Soldier
19. The End (Segue)
20. The End

pablo scouse

Why Cant record company’s Consult fans first , they would get much better information than the research they seem to do , Chucky Chip is spot on here