The Doors - 30 Years Commemorative Edition
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The Doors %E2%80%93 30 Years Commemorative Edition
The Doors - Collection
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ReleasedApril 13, 1999
Recorded1966 - 1970 +
GenrePsychedelic rock, acid rock, blues-rock, hard rock
Length184 minutes
"Hollywood Bowl": 62:22
"Dance on Fire": 65:19
"The Soft Parade" : 47:32
"Bonus: 9:02"
LabelUniversal
ProducerAnthony Kehrig
The Doors chronology
Live at the Hollywood Bowl
(2001)
The Doors - Collection
(1999)
When You're Strange
(2009)

The Doors - Collection is a music compilation DVD by the American rock band the Doors, released in 1999. It compiles three films previously released by MCA/Universal Home Video: Live at the Hollywood Bowl (1987), Dance on Fire (1985) and The Soft Parade - A Retrospective (1991).

Live at the Hollywood Bowl (62 min) is a Doors' concert filmed live at the Hollywood Bowl in the summer of 1968.

Dance on Fire (51 mins) is a collection of promotional clips, live concert performances, TV appearances and rare behind-the-scenes film footage. It was directed by keyboardist Ray Manzarek and includes 14 songs one of which is a short film by Manzarek backed by the song "L.A. Woman".

The Soft Parade - A Retrospective (50 mins) includes previously unreleased band performances, interview footage and the Doors' last televised appearance on PBS in 1969 (in the aftermath of Jim Morrison's arrest arrest and later trial for indecent exposure).

DVD track listing

Live at the Hollywood Bowl

  1. "When the Music's Over"
  2. "Alabama Song (Whisky Bar)" (Bertolt Brecht, Kurt Weill)
  3. "Back Door Man" (Willie Dixon, Chester Burnett)
  4. "Five to One" (Jim Morrison)
  5. "Texas Radio and the Big Beat" (Morrison) - Video & audio was damaged during recording, and subsequently removed from all recordings
  6. "Hello, I Love You" (Morrison) - Video & audio was damaged during recording, and subsequently removed from all recordings
  7. "Moonlight Drive" (Morrison)
  8. "Horse Latitudes" (Morrison)
  9. "A Little Game" (Morrison) - Excerpt from The Celebration of the Lizard
  10. "The Hill Dwellers" (Morrison) - Excerpt from The Celebration of the Lizard
  11. "Spanish Caravan" - (The Doors) Edited version
  12. "Wake Up" (Morrison)
  13. "Light My Fire" (Robby Krieger)
  14. "The Unknown Soldier" (The Doors)
  15. "The End" (The Doors)

Dance on Fire

  1. "Break On Through (To the Other Side)" (Morrison) - Elektra Promo clip - November 1966
  2. "People Are Strange" (Morrison, Krieger) - Elektra promo clip - September 1967
  3. "Light My Fire" (Krieger) - The Ed Sullivan Show - September 17, 1967
  4. "Wild Child" (Morrison) - October 1968, Recording studio
  5. "L.A. Woman" (Morrison) - 1985 short film by Ray Manzarek
  6. "The Unknown Soldier" (The Doors) - Elektra promo clip - March 1968
  7. "Roadhouse Blues" (Morrison) - Excerpts from Feast Of Friends concert documentary of the 1968 tour
  8. "Texas Radio and the Big Beat" (Morrison) - Filmed for Danish Television - September 18, 1968
  9. "Love Me Two Times" (Krieger) - Filmed for Danish Television - September 18, 1968
  10. "Touch Me" (Krieger) The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour - December 6, 1968
  11. "Horse Latitudes" (Morrison) - The Jonathan Winters Show - December 4, 1967
  12. "Moonlight Drive" (Morrison) - Jonathan Winters Show - December 4, 1967
  13. "The End" (The Doors) - Filmed live at the Hollywood Bowl - July 5, 1968
  14. "The Crystal Ship" (Morrison) - American Bandstand, July 7,1967
  15. "Adagio in G Minor" (Tomaso Albinoni) - Instrumental piece recorded during "Waiting For The Sun", played while home movies are shown
  16. "Riders on the Storm" (The Doors) - Plays over the end credits

The Soft Parade a Retrospective

  1. "The Changeling" (Morrison) - 1991 short film by The Doors
  2. "Wishful Sinful" (Krieger) - PBS TV Show Critique - April 28, 1969
  3. "Wild Child" (Morrison) - October 1968, Recording Studio
  4. "Build Me a Woman" (Morrison) - PBS TV Show Critique - April 28, 1969
  5. "The Unknown Soldier" (The Doors) - Elektra promo clip - March 1968, July 5 1968 & September 6 & 18 1968
  6. "The Soft Parade" (Morrison) - PBS TV Show Critique - April 28, 1969
  7. "Hello, I Love You" (Morrison) - September 13, 1968, Frankfurt TV Show

Bonus

  1. "Break On Through (To the Other Side)" (Morrison) Live at the Isle of Wight Festival 1970
  2. "The Ghost Song" (Morrison) - from An American Prayer, 1978

Personnel

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