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9 thoughts on “ When The Musics Over - The Doors - Live In New York, Felt Forum, January 17-18, 1970 (CD, Album)

  1. New York City is quite simply one of the best places in the entire world to hear live music, and if you love music, you should hop aboard the closest plane, train or automobile and head to the Big Apple. Listening to live music in New York is like being on the ground floor of [ ].
  2. Very few major bands of the '60s and '70s have an image today that's as far removed from the music they played back then as the Doors. The Los Angeles-based quartet is likely remembered as the.
  3. News about Music, including commentary and archival articles published in The New York Times. The singer and songwriter’s surprise album had the equivalent of , sales in the United.
  4. The Soft Parade was released on July 18, It peaked at number six on the Billboard , during a chart stay of 28 weeks, but fared poorly in the UK where the album failed to reach the charts. The album's front cover photograph was taken by Joel Brodsky, who had also been responsible for the cover of the Doors' debut album and Strange Days. Three singles had already been released prior to.
  5. Given the disjointed bloat of the group's sole live release in Morrison's lifetime, 's "Absolutely Live," the new 6-CD Live in New York, whose four-show run over two nights at Madison Square Garden's smaller stage contributed to "Absolutely Live," actually strengthens and .
  6. Check out When The Music's Over [Live At Felt Forum, New York City, January 17, - Second Show] by The Doors on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD.
  7. This weekend at the Felt Forum in January of represents all that was/is pure about live music. It transcends the onslaught of all the failed attempts (for the consumer) at re-marketing, remastering and AAD conversions perpetrated by the music industry directed to it's dedicated customers/5().
  8. towers, and digital music services startups emerging, New York City is the center of the music industry. Indeed, New York City is home to one of the world’s largest – if not the largest – and most influential music ecosystems, supporting nearly 60, jobs, accounting for roughly $5 billion in wages, and generating a total economic output.

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