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The Doors - Memorial Coliseum, Dallas, July 9, 1968 mp3 track

The Doors - Memorial Coliseum, Dallas, July 9, 1968 mp3 track

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Performer: The Doors
Title: Memorial Coliseum, Dallas, July 9, 1968
Released: 1997
Style: Psychedelic Rock
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.9 ✦
Other format: VQF AA MP1 TTA DXD AHX RA

Tracklist

1 Soul Kitchen
2 Back Door Man
3 Five To One
4 Break On Through
5 The Crystal Ship
6 Hello I Love You
7 Moonlight Drive
8 Money
9 When The Music's Over
10 Wake Up
11 Light My Fire
12 Interview At Fillmore West 1967
13 Interview At Guard Scene, New York 1968 Including "People Are Strange"

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Memorial Auditorium, Dallas

Notes

Live at Memorial Coliseum, Dallas, July 9, 1968.

Limited numbered edition of 1000.

Complete information of The Doors's bootleg Memorial Coliseum, Dallas 1968, by Lizard Records label. You might also like: The Doors. January February March April May June July August September October November December.

1 Soul Kitchen 2 Back Door Man 3 Five To One 4 Break On Through 5 The Crystal Ship 6 Hello I Love You 7 Moonlight Drive 8 Money 9 When The Music's Over 10 Wake Up 11 Light My Fire 12 Interview At Fillmore West 1967 13 Interview At Guard Scene, New York 1968 Including "People Are Strange"

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