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Jim Morrison photographed by Elliott Landy, NYC, 1968.

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"The first time I discovered death…me and my mother and father, and my grandmother and grandfather, were driving through the desert at dawn. A truckload of Indians had either hit another car or something- there were Indians scattered all over the highway, bleeding to death. I was just a kid, so I had to stay in the car while my father and grandfather went to check it out. I didn’t see nothing- all I saw was funny red paint and people lying around, but I knew something was happening, because I could dig the vibrations of the people around me, and all of a sudden I realized that they didn’t know what was happening any more than I did. That was the first time I tasted fear…and I do think, at that moment, the souls of those dead Indians- maybe one or two of them-were just running around, freaking out, and just landed in my soul, and I was like a sponge, ready to sit there and absorb it."

September 6th and 7th, 1968. The Doors perform two shows at the famous Roundhouse in London, sharing the bill with the Jefferson Airplane. On the 6th The Doors open for the Airplane, and on the second night, the Airplane open for The Doors. BBC/Granada is on hand to film both nights for the TV special, “The Doors Are Open.” Pictured above is Ray Manzarek doing what he did best.
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Two stylish girls at the 1969 Hyde Park Music Festival 
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Harrison and Lennon, Tokyo, Hilton, 1966.

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”I’ll be the rainbow when the sun is gone, Wrap you in my colors and keep you warm, That’s how strong my love is.”

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Mick Jagger backstage

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The Doors