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Geographies of Memory – Episode 38, February 25, 2015: El Pueblo de Nuestra Señora la Reina de los Ángeles del Río de Porciúncula 1965-1980

los angeles. but not just los angeles – the enchanted years between 1965 and 1980 when some of the greatest rock and folk musicians on the planet congregated there, specifically in laurel canyon. 193 more words

A múlt

megismétlődni látszott. Újra húztuk egymást hülyeségekkel, bolondoztunk, egy városban voltunk, s én mégis gyötrődtem. 508 more words

After dreaming I was listening to "Riders On The Storm"

I woke up this morning with my mind full of that cascading electric piano phrase that punctuates the Doors’ “Riders On The Storm”.

It reminded me – again – of that poignant song that, like The Beatles’ “Abbey Road” and The Beach Boys’ “Surf’s Up” LPs, acts as a musical full-stop for the wild inventiveness and assertiveness of the 1960s and the beginning of a transition into less certain times. 405 more words

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THE TREE AT JIM MORRISON'S GRAVE

THE ETERNAL CELEBRATION IN LE CIMETIÈRE DU PÈRE LACHAISE

When I first visited Morrison’s gravesite in 1991 there was graffiti all over the surrounding graves and even on the monuments on the paths leading to the grave. 117 more words

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Jim Morrison- the Lizard King

It was only in the last 5 years that I discovered The Doors and now they are my favorite band. Jim Morrison died way too soon. 108 more words

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You Can Buy Kurt Cobain's Credit Card

In weird collectibles news, Kurt Cobain’s credit card is up for sale.

This is undeniably more respectful than when people sold shirts with Cobain’s suicide note on them… 336 more words

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