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- Jim Morrison was a man ahead of his time, extremely gifted and talented perhaps the most well read of all rock stars.
- Jim Morrison (8 December, 1943 – 3 July, 1971) was a singer, songwriter, writer, and poet.
- Jim Morrison is a mythic figure: a pin-up rock star, a sloppy drunk, an erudite poet, an existential seeker of the chaotic and dangerous 1960s.
- Jim Morrison is one of the most famous and beloved rock singers in the world.
- Although Jim Morrison is the star of the band, his peers also play their hearts out.
- Jim Morrison - lead singer of the Doors, died July 3 rd 1971.
- The Doors had a background in film-making and both lead singer Jim Morrison and keyboard player Ray Manzarek were studying film at UCLA when they met.
- In addition to Eddie Vedder, Scott Stapp's vocals have also been influenced by the late Jim Morrison of The Doors.
- To reach Jim Morrison on the system south.america.org, one would address the mail as email@example.com.
- By 1970 several of rock's top performers—Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison, and Jimi Hendrix —were dead from substance abuse.
- He left the World Wrestling Federation and re-invented himself as Raven, a grungy, tortured character known for abstract rants reminiscent of Jim Morrison.
- Critics panned it as the usual attempt by Sixties musicians with literary pretensions, such as Dylan, Donovan, and Jim Morrison, to get their name in print.
- That's not to diss Ian, he's a good singer - but he's no Jim Morrison.
- This album is a collection of poems written by Jim Morrison with the Doors music in the background.
- The Door's aficionado looking for a book about Jim Morrison will need to look elsewhere.
- Like Jim Morrison, Jacqueline Susann is hot and sexy, even if she's dead.
- Twenty-seven is the age at which rock legends Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, and Jim Morrison died.
- The Beats had a large influence on Rock and Roll including major figures such as the Beatles, Bob Dylan and Jim Morrison.
- Judy Huddleston also recalls her relationship with Morrison in Living and Dying with Jim Morrison.
- Jim Morrison: Jim is a groomsman and is currently living in Baltimore, Maryland.
- During The Factory party scene when Jim Morrison meets Andy Warhol, Jim is being escorted by Andy's PR manager (Paul Williams) leading him to meet Andy.
- July 3 – Jim Morrison, leader of The Doors is found dead in his bathtub in Paris, France.
- Jim Morrison: Life, Death, Legend is an attempt to cut away the myth and present a clear picture of a troubled, brilliant, and ultimately tragic figure.
- BREAK ON THROUGH:THE LIFE AND DEATH OF JIM MORRISON, is a must read for any admirer of this brilliant artist and renaissance man.
- Most threads are about the lead singer, Jim Morrison, but discussion of all members of the band are encouraged.
- September 20 - Jim Morrison is found guilty of indecent exposure and profanity in a Miami, Florida courtroom.
- As a rock legend, Cobain reached a demise similar to that of Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, and Jim Morrison.
- The 1970s began with the deaths of multiple American rock musicians of the previous decade including Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison, and Janis Joplin.
- He was talking about how Janis Joplin, Jimmi Hendrix and Jim Morrison and Kurt Cobain saying that they were all 27 when they died, or something like that.
- The book had a profound influence on many other artists, including Jim Morrison, David Bowie, Gus van Sant, and David Hockney.
- Nirvana's frontman joins a long litany of rock stars - including Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison and Janis Joplin - who have died young.
- He was only twenty-seven years old, an age at which many other singers (such as Kurt Cobain, Jim Morrison, Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, etc.) had died.
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