The Doors - ROCK IS DEAD SESSIONS - Sunset Sound, Hollywood. February 25th, 1969

On Tuesday, February 25, 1969, the Doors were recording at Sunset Sound. That evening the Doors and their entourage went out to supper together at a local Mexican joint, the Blue Boar, where they stuffed themselves in a private dining room and drank beer and tequila for a couple of hours. After, they returned to the studio, and started jamming. Jim sang Elvis's "Love Me Tender" and, as the band played free from Rock & Blues, started improvising about the death of rock and roll. He kept repeating "Rock is dead," and "Listen, listen, I don't wanna hear no more talk about revolution," as if trying to damn the rock movement as something that was definitely over. "I'm not talking about no revolution," Jim sang. "I'm not talking about no demonstration. I'm talking about...the death of rock and roll....The death is rock, is the death of me....And rock is dead,...We're dead! All right! Yeah....Rock is dead!"The "Rock Is Dead" jam - forty-five minutes of primal bar-band Rock & Blues - was Jim Morrison's disgusted, explicit farewell to the rock movement that had launched him into immortality. The "Rock Is Dead" sessions remained officially unreleased for almost thirty years, but was notoriously bootlegged and became familiar to fans of the Doors. This version is the real best version that I have found! It's a remixed version with great quality and with no noise reduction...pure quality! Directly ripped from the master in mp3 at 320 kbps, constant bitrate!..artwork it's a my work :) enjoy it!

01. Love me tender => Save the whole world
02. Rock is dead pt.1
03. Woman is a Devil
04. No impablimations..let's roll!
05. Boogie all night long => rap
06. No impablimations
07. Rock and Roll Woman
08. Queen of the Magazines & Madison Fragment
09. Wipe out (Ventures song) (also known as Pipeline)
10. Naked Woman (Jim talking)
11. Naked Woman (jam)
12. Rock me
13. Mistery train Train Jam (with JM harp) => big black train
14. A little piece
15. I could not help myself
16. Rock and Roll is dead pt.2
17. We had some good times, but there gone!
18. The Death of Rock conclusion (with JM harp)
19. Final words
20. Roadhouse Blues vocal vamp fragment
21. Seminary School (playback over bit of track)
22. Talk
23. Seminary School/Whiskey, Mystics..(full take)
24. Whiskey, Mystics and Men (with "petition"..intro)
25. Boogie all night long


9 comentarios:

  1. un tremendo boot, es genial poder ver a Jim y al resto improvisando. Tienene que bajarlo y agradecer.

    Saludoors Paolo

  2. Jim Elvis interpretando "Love me tender", es una de las rarezas que más me gusta, esta es una sesión que es una isla de la epoca, con largas improvisaciones, mucha comida mexicana cerveza y tequila como dice Paolo.

    gracias men!!!
    geniales artwork


  3. ¿Cuantas versiones existen de las sesiones del Rock Is Dead?? Esta la desconocía. Gracias por la aportación! Saludos desde España


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