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Kris Kristofferson - Jim Morrison - Riders On The Storm FLAC album

Kris Kristofferson - Jim Morrison - Riders On The Storm FLAC album
Jim Morrison - Riders On The Storm
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Kris Kristofferson - Jim Morrison - Riders On The Storm FLAC album


1 Early Days Of The Band 8:27
2 Early Performances 11:27
3 Rise To Fame 7:59
4 Strange Behavior 4:41
5 The Fans 3:31
6 The Music Business 9:44
7 Out Of Control 9:10
8 Miami 4:54
9 Final Days 6:23
10 Mysterious Death 5:46

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Delta Music Inc.
  • Record Company – Delta Music Inc.
  • Licensed From – Westwood One


  • Design – Akpong Kanjanakaset
  • Narrator [Narrated By] – Kris Kristofferson
  • Photography By [Cover Photo] – Michael Ochs Archives
  • Producer – Joe Garner


Jim Morrison - Riders On The Storm
An audio book on CD
Narrated by Kris Kristofferson

The true story of singer Jim Morrison told via the exclusive recollections of the Doors and other Morrison insiders.

The Program Track by Track
1- Doors founder John Densmore remembers the difficult early days of the band.
2- Doormen John Densmore and Robby Krieger recall Morrison's early performances. Record execs Tim and Paul Rothchild recount the group's shaky start while associate Jack Holsrien was admittedly fascinated by them. Also examined is the genesis of the Doors' first album and audience acceptance of their single, Break On Through.
3- Morrison's school friend, Frank Lieciondro, recalls Jim's relationship with girlfriend Pamela Corsen, the Doors' second album and Jim's emerging on-stage personality. Doors' keyboardist Ray Manzarek discusses the group's early rise to fame. Paul Rothchild recalls the Doors' appearance on "The Ed Sullivan Show".
4- Manzarek looks back on some of the Doors scarier shows, and Paul Rothchild comments on how Jim's out-of-control behavior adversely affected the band. John Densmore makes the point that no one dared to confront Jim regarding his often aberrant behavior, while Jack Holstrom, Robby Krieger and Paul Rothchild remark on the effect of fame on the troubled young man. Frank Lieciondro mentions that Jim wasn't really enamored of material posessions.
5- Longtime Doors aide Danny Sugarman recalls Jim's fear of over-the-top fans while, Paul Rothchild discusses Jim's rather atypical personal relationships.
6- Frank Lieciondo looks back on Jim's unusual take on the music business. Guitarist Robby Krieger comments that Jim thought of himself as a "shooting star" who actually enjoyed being arrested. Journalist Patricia Kanilie reveals her private relationship with Jim.
7- John Densmore, Robby Krieger and Danny Sugarman remember the difficulty in dealing with the often out-of-control Morrison.
8- John Densmore resounts the particulars of Jim's famous Miami obscenity trial, while Patricia Kanilie describes her deep love for the troubled singer. Jack Holsrien admits that the people around Jim often didn't help his rapidly deteriorating situation.
9- Patricia Kanilie recounts Jim's final days, and John Densmore remarks how Jim wanted to go to Paris to write poetry. Finally, Patricia comments further on Jim's "co-dependent" relationship with Pamela.
10- John Densmore, Robby Krieger, Patricia K, and Ray Manzarek comment on the young superstar's mysterious death.

Licensed from Westwood One Entertainment

© 1997 Delta Music Inc.
Made in U.S.A.
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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 18111 28252 9
  • Barcode (String): 018111282529