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Though we know these recordings were made well before Jim went to paris, I think the name fits because his ultimate goal there was to finally be seen as a poet and live a life as such. These untainted (by the Doors, like an American Prayer was) are beautiful! I'm so thankful you have them here for us to listen to, though I really wish I could get my hands on a copy for myself. I am thrilled to hear this recording in it's entirety. The timbre and the volume was of excellent quality.
Wilderness: The Lost Writings of Jim Morrison. No One Here Gets Out Alive. The Doors Are Open (1968). A Tribute to Jim Morrison (1981).
Though we know these recordings were made well before Jim went to paris, I think the name fits because his ultimate goal there was to finally be seen as a poet and live a life as such.
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The Lost Paris Tapes. Studio album by Jim Morrison. The Lost Paris Tapes. Cover of a bootleg album of Jim Morrison's The Lost Paris Tapes. Studio album by. Jim Morrison. An almost identical copy of the 1969 recording with the very same track listings, that had been in Morrison's possession during his final stay in Paris, was given to Fred Myrow. Myrow who had composed original music for Morrison's film HWY: An American Pastoral, was provided with the only known copy possibly to "give Myrow a better sense of own work, either while he composed music for HWY or perhaps with plans to have him work on his poetry album. In 1994 composer Myrow recalled in an.
Commonly known as The Lost Paris Tapes, the exact date for this session is February 9th, 1969, at Elektra Studios, recorded long before Jim Morrison leaves for Paris. Originally scheduled as a demo session for an intended poetry album by Jim Morrison, the recording of this session is later used to make up the raw materials for the posthumous release An American Prayer, featuring The Doors for musical backing. Along with the poetry, Jim recites vocals for various lyrical verses in his notebooksongs that would also receive modern musical backing from various artists.