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"Now the soft parade has soon begun…” Photo: The Venice Beach Poets Monument which includes a tribute to Jim Morrison. Photo by John Boylan.

Ray and Jim. Photo by Joel Brodsky

theswinginsixties:

Jim Morrison and Pamela Courson<p>I know I have posted this photo before, but I just love it. What a beautiful couple.

The communal mind putting it all together

I will never be untrue Do anything you would want me to Never stay out drinking no later than two (two thirty...) I will never treat you mean and I won't cause no kind of scene Tell you all the people all the places I have been..

Paul Selkirk

Paul Selkirk

On The Doors’ residency at The Scene in 1967: "Lead singer of the foursome, Jim Morrison, is an attraction in himself as his understated gestures perpetuate the verbal themes of the Californian's songs." -From a review in Variety Magazine, 1967 (Photo: (c) Colin Beard)

Fan art feature: Kevin Dean submitted this homage to The Doors. See more and submit yours at http

mygloombeauty:

In 1968, Paul Ferrara took the doors up to Laurel Canyon to photograph them for their upcoming album, <i>Waiting For The Sun</i>. Color sessions.

He is gorgeous. I love this series of photographs. I believe Paul Ferrara took them

He is gorgeous. I love this series of photographs. I believe Paul Ferrara took them.

The Young Lion photo session by Joel Brodsky – probably the most iconic of all photographs taken of Jim Morrison

The Young Lion photo session by Joel Brodsky – probably the most iconic of all photographs taken of Jim Morrison.

mygloombeauty:

A bomb threat during sound check requires everyone to exit the building. The Doors then go on as scheduled and give a great performance. Also performing The Sunshine Company and Hamilton Street Car.

thewallsscreamedpoetry:

Paul Ferrara<p>Wow!! So nice.

jimsdoors:

The quality isn’t very good, but hey… It’s the most complete video I found so far. Props to the uploader!

Wonderful photograph. First time I’ve seen it

Wonderful photograph. First time I’ve seen it.

i-ain-t–no-hipster:

I’m a lesbian. Totally into women. But Jim Morrison is the most beautiful man I have ever laid eyes on.<p>I’m straight, and I couldn’t agree more :)

betweenneverlandandwonderland:

Jim Morrison by Joel Brodsky<p>There are so many “Young Lion” photos I’ve never seen before.

The Doors Soundstage Performances 1969

The Doors

Stephen Morrison, the Jim Morrison 's great-great grandfather. The resemblance with him is remarkable....

Jim Morrison & Lana "Lana met Jim Morrison at the famous Whisky-a-Go-Go in 1969. One day, after Jim had wrecked his car and had no way home, Lana took him to her Hollywood bungalow above Sunset Blvd. The next morning, Jim invited himself along to dinner with her family in Granada Hills. She was embarrassed and wanted to go alone, but he insisted on coming along. At this point in time, Jim was on the Ten-O-Clock News almost every night for the pending Miami exposure charges. Lana's parents knew nothing of their daughter's friendship with the likes of this character and she was a little paranoid at the thought of having her family meet him. These photos were taken as Lana's family shared a pot of fondue; after the meal, as Jim played baseball with the siblings; and lastly posing so Lana's mother could take a picture of her and her new handsome "friend"... and of course, the kids wanted a photo of themselves with Jim, too. Lana told me that she could tell, Jim really missed having a family like this. He fit in perfectly and all had a great time... No one suspected that THIS man was allegedly corrupting the Miami youth".

Jim Morrison & Tony Thomas 1970 Interview

Jim Morrison

The Making Of Jim Morrison’s “An American Prayer” By John Haeny

The Making of Jim Morrison’s “An American Prayer” By John Haeny Introduction Everything I tell you will be my truth as I can best remember it. It may conflict with other versions of this story you have heard so I will leave it to you to resolve any conflicts you encounter. “There are three sides to every story; Your side, my side and the truth. And no one is lying. Memories shared serve each differently.” Richard Evans Truth is a strange animal. I think many people have told, are telling and …

Jim Morrison Poetry Sessions

A list of all known poetry sessions recorded by Jim Morrison. For each entry, there is a corresponding page citation to find the published poem in the books Wilderness and The American Night. The descriptions on this page are as accurate as I can make them, but they should be regarded as a work in progress. A special thanks to John Haeny for his assistance with this content.