Lost Interview Tapes Featuring Jim Morrison, Vol. 2: The Circus Magazine Interview

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All Music Guide - Lindsay Planer
The interview featured on Lost Interview Tapes Featuring Jim Morrison, Vol. 2: The Circus Magazine Interview was conducted on October 13, 1970, by Circus magazine reporter Salli Stevenson at the Doors Workshop studios in West Hollywood, CA. Although Jim Morrison was actively avoiding reporters -- primarily at the advice of Max Fink, his attorney during the Miami obscenity trial -- Stevenson was among the very few with whom an audience was granted. Although during the course of the interview she readily admits to having a majority of her questions "coming from [her editor Gerald Rothberg in] New York," she challenges Morrison with several probing and thoughtful ...
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All Music Guide - Lindsay Planer
The interview featured on Lost Interview Tapes Featuring Jim Morrison, Vol. 2: The Circus Magazine Interview was conducted on October 13, 1970, by Circus magazine reporter Salli Stevenson at the Doors Workshop studios in West Hollywood, CA. Although Jim Morrison was actively avoiding reporters -- primarily at the advice of Max Fink, his attorney during the Miami obscenity trial -- Stevenson was among the very few with whom an audience was granted. Although during the course of the interview she readily admits to having a majority of her questions "coming from [her editor Gerald Rothberg in] New York," she challenges Morrison with several probing and thoughtful observations that touch on a wide spectrum of topics. Among the most interesting include his days at UCLA's film school and the repercussions of his indecent exposure charge in Miami, as well as his subsequent impressions of the American justice system. Morrison's comments are immensely thoughtful as he laboriously contemplates answers and reactions in what becomes a dialogue. Both Stevenson and the assignment photographer Kurt Ingham quiz Morrison about his labelmates the Stooges and other burgeoning boundary-pushing bands. In a macabre turn in the conversation, Morrison speaks about the concurrent passings of Canned Heat's Al Wilson, Janis Joplin, and Jimi Hendrix. While he doesn't go so far as casting stones at his late contemporaries, he does present somewhat philosophical explanations that lead him to discuss his own mortality. Morrison muses that he "hopes [his passing occurs] at about age 120 with a sense of humor and a nice comfortable bed," adding, "I wouldn't want anyone around, I would just want to quietly drift off." In less than nine months, he would do just that. This single-disc volume is available exclusively through the Doors' own website.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/11/2004
  • Label: Bright Midnight
  • UPC: 081227790929
  • Catalog Number: 77909

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 About Absolutely Live - Jim Morrison (3:06)
  2. 2 Why the Lack of Practive? - Jim Morrison (1:06)
  3. 3 Do You Have a Great Big Ego? - Jim Morrison (1:03)
  4. 4 How Do You Feel About Being Called the Lizard King? - Jim Morrison (2:37)
  5. 5 Do You Believe in Reincarnation? - Jim Morrison (0:21)
  6. 6 What Is Your Primary Belief? - Jim Morrison (0:21)
  7. 7 What Kind of Films Did You Make at Ucla? - Jim Morrison (0:57)
  8. 8 What Grade Did They Give You? - Jim Morrison (1:10)
  9. 9 The Idea for Theatricality in Rock - Jim Morrison (1:12)
  10. 10 What Was Your State of Mind in Miami? - Jim Morrison (0:53)
  11. 11 Jim: I Had a Trial - Jim Morrison (0:47)
  12. 12 What Did You Do That Evening? - Jim Morrison (1:50)
  13. 13 People Say the Doors Have Declined - Jim Morrison (1:21)
  14. 14 Pop Idols and Rock Stars - Jim Morrison (0:47)
  15. 15 Jim: A Hero Is Someone Who Rebels Against the Facts of Existence - Jim Morrison (0:53)
  16. 16 What Do You Think of Yourself as a Human Being? - Jim Morrison (0:35)
  17. 17 If You Had to Do the Whole Thing Over What Would You Have Done? - Jim Morrison (1:19)
  18. 18 What Do You Plan to Do in the Future? - Jim Morrison (0:41)
  19. 19 How Is Your Book Doing? - Jim Morrison (0:32)
  20. 20 With the Deaths of Jimi and Janis, Why Do You Think They Burned ... - Jim Morrison (1:43)
  21. 21 How Do You Think You'll Die? - Jim Morrison (1:00)
  22. 22 What About the State of America? - Jim Morrison (1:03)
  23. 23 What Is the Climate of America in Your Opinion? - Jim Morrison (1:09)
  24. 24 If You Spend Eight Months in Jail, What's Going to Happen to the ... - Jim Morrison (0:51)
  25. 25 Has It Definitely Been Decided That You're Going to Jail? - Jim Morrison (3:01)
  26. 26 What Was the Isle of Wight Concert Like? - Jim Morrison (2:04)
  27. 27 The Trial, Were You Scared? - Jim Morrison (4:58)
  28. 28 What About the Police? - Jim Morrison (1:34)
  29. 29 Have You Ever Been Hassled on the Road by the Police? - Jim Morrison (1:18)
  30. 30 I Didn't Know You Have a Sister - Jim Morrison (0:15)
  31. 31 How Did Your Fame Affect Your Family? - Jim Morrison (0:34)
  32. 32 Have Your Earlier Visualizations for the Group Become a Realization? - Jim Morrison (1:14)
  33. 33 Restart the Cassette Machine - Jim Morrison (0:36)
  34. 34 Jim: I Like Interviews - Jim Morrison (2:52)
  35. 35 The Stooges and Other Groups - Jim Morrison (2:23)
  36. 36 Jim: About Love - Jim Morrison (0:56)
  37. 37 Jim: John Got Married Sunday - Jim Morrison (0:57)
  38. 38 Jim: The Group's at a Critical Point - Jim Morrison (0:27)
  39. 39 Jim: About Interviews - Jim Morrison (5:41)
  40. 40 Have You Seen the Company Theatre Play? - Jim Morrison (0:48)
  41. 41 How Do You Feel About Plays Written About You? - Jim Morrison (0:50)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
The Doors Primary Artist
Technical Credits
Bruce Botnick Producer, Mastering
Danny Sugerman Management
Patrick Pending Art Direction
Bryan Lasley Art Direction
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