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Boston Arena - Show 2

APR 10 1970
Boston, MA
Boston Arena
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After a controversial incident on stage in Miami shortened The Doors' 1969 tour, the band roared back in 1970 with the astounding Morrison Hotel, followed by an inspired tour; their last with singer Jim Morrison. Bright Midnight Archives celebrates the beginning of an era's end with the release of the tour's first stop at the Boston Arena on April 10, 1970. Featuring complete recordings of both the early and late shows.

This show finds keyboardist Ray Manzarek, drummer John Densmore and guitarist Robby Krieger at the peak of their powers as Morrison leads them on a booze-fueled romp through "Roadhouse Blues" and "Light My Fire," plus mind-bending journeys for "When The Music's Over" and Elvis Presley's "Mystery Train."

*These songs are features on Strange Nights of Stone Digital Download*

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This new compilation from Rhino pulls together the Bright Midnight Archive Concerts into one collection. Includes: Live in Pittsburgh, May 2, 1970, Live At The Matrix, Live In Boston, 1970 (1st Show), Live In Boston, 1970 (2nd Show), Live In Vancouver 1970, Backstage & Dangerous - The Private Rehearsal, Live Hollywood Bowl 1968.

1 year 1 month ago in Boston Arena - Show 2

Someone parked their car in front of the box office. People waiting in the cold for the 10 pm show climbed on the roof and it partiality collapsed. The show was great because it was the Doors.


1 year 1 month ago

that was what real shows were like

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