The Doors [Region 2]
Dance on Fire/Live at the Hollywood Bowl/Soft Parade
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The Doors: Live At The Hollywood BowlFilmed during the Fourth of July weekend, 1968, The Doors perform their most critically acclaimed music before a standing room only crowd.The Doors: Dance On Fire...an all-live video collection of live and televised performances, promotional clips and rare behind-the-scenes footage.The Doors: The Soft Parade & Retrospective. This historical music video features as its centerpiece The Doors' last televised appearance, aired on PBS in 1969.Track Listing: 1. The Music's Over1; 2. Alabama Song1; 3. Back Door Man; 4. 5 to 11; 5. Moonlight Drive1,2; 6. Horse Latitudes1,2; 7. Celeb the Lizard1; 8. Spanish Caravan1; 9. Light My Fire1,2; 10. Unknown Soldier1,2; 11. The End1,2; 12. Break On Through2; 13. People are Strange2; 14. Wild Child2,3; 15. L.A Woman2; 16. Roadhouse Blues2; 17. Texas Radio2; 18. Love me Two Times2; 19. Touch Me2; 20. Adagio2; 21. Crystal Ship2; 22. Rider on the Storm2; 23. The Changeling3; 24. Wishful Sinful3; 25. Build Me a Woman3; 26. Unknown Soldier3; 27. The Soft Parade3; 28. Hello I Love You3
The ultimate collection for fans of The Doors contains three must-see presentations on one DVD Live at the Hollywood Bowl, Dance on Fire and The Soft Parade.
LIVE AT THE HOLLYWOOD BOWL
The legendary Doors are at their peak in this, the only complete concert ever filmed of the controversial superband. Filmed live at the Hollywood Bowl during the Fourth of July weekend, 1968, The Doors performed their most critically acclaimed music before a Standing Room Only crowd. Subtle and powerful, elusive and direct, THE DOORS: LIVE AT THE HOLLYWOOD BOWL reveals The Doors at their dark and brilliant best now. and forever.
DANCE ON FIRE
An all-live video collection of live and televised performances, promotional clips and rare behind-the-scenes footage.
THE SOFT PARADE A RETROSPECTIVE
This historical music video features as its centrepiece The Doors last televised appearance, aired on PBS in 1969.