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8 thoughts on “ The Doors - Morrison Hotel Hard Rock Cafe

  1. Sep 29,  · referencing Morrison Hotel, LP, Album, RE, , EKS, RHI, R1 This record sounds great and is flat as a tack by looking at buniussiraginnironbringer.infoinfo, i have a 5 second scratch on the middle of side A. Really annoying and depressing as this was a $40 record/5(K).
  2. - Alan Paul, Musichound Rock: The Essential Album Guide, Generally referred to as Morrison Hotel although its title according to the U.S. chart "bible" is Morrison Hotel/Hard Rock Café, this was the fifth album by The Doors in three years. (Keyboardist Ray Manzarek had spotted the hotel in downtown L.A. during a drive around town with.
  3. Since there’s no time to muddle in the mire, let’s get right down to it. The Doors’ Morrison Hotel album did indeed come out in February , a bit before Americans Peter Morton and Isaac Tigrett opened the first Hard Rock Cafe in London on June 14, , in an old Rolls-Royce store. The album cover artwork consists of the band members standing behind a plate glass window of the.
  4. The Doors at the original Hard Rock Cafe in downtown Los Angeles having a drink after their album photoshoot for Morrison Hotel, STAFF PICK ARIO PARDEE'S STAFF PICK Henry’s shot of The Doors inside the Hard Rock Café is a favorite of mine and also of the many guests who visit our gallery.
  5. The Doors, Hard Rock Cafe, Los Angeles, CA, by Henry Diltz. Color: Color Type: Archival Digital Print Edition: Limited Edition (11x14 Open Edition) Signed: Signed. Morrison Hotel Gallery Prints. Prints are generally made to order and delivery usually takes 4 to 6 weeks.
  6. MORRISON HOTEL/Hard Rock Cafe by The Doors (/Electra Records, NY). The album's front and back covers, as photographed on December 17th, in .
  7. Mar 02,  · After shooting the 'Morrison Hotel' images for said album, Jim Morrison's need for drink drove the band down to L.A.'s skid row, where The Doors happened upon a little dive bar called 'Hard Rock Cafe'. The boys were all piled in John Densmore's VW van with photographer Henry Diltz, when they collectively spotted the joint.

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