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Jim Morrison: Life, Death, Legend

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 30, 2004

    JIM Said eather we all are biesexual or we'r all efin idots

    Any one who studyed jim would not see his sexuality as some GRATE revolation. I geuss people have to sell books some how, SO lets use SEX azz usual. YES Jim was doing time in the UNIVRESAL MIND, As we ALL some time DO. AND after well over 30 plus years, 'The PRESS IS STILL DECENDING ON HIM LIKE, VULTERS AT A FEEDING FEST'. At least this book is trying to give us another side order of truth, in which Dylan, Hendrix, lennon, Santana, Janis jim was and are all about.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 12, 2004

    Beautiful

    Im not a reviewer, but I do read a lot. After reading this book I had to at least rate it, if not give an ameature review. The truth of my opinion is one can not give a 'review' of any true worth. Everyone is different...or so we think. Anyways I found this book filled with more information than even a devoted fan can use. This is what I appreciated most about it. I found it very surreal; there is so much inforamation and it is so well written that one (at least myself) feels like a bystander to all this. In my opinion this is how biographical books should be written.

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