Is the album An American Prayer worth purchasing?
I had that album years ago on vinyl, never knew what happened to it, anyway, anything Jim done is worth listening to.
Huge thanks everyone!!
It's really good but it could have been better.
It can be listened again and again....until the end!
"An American Prayer" is THE quintessential Jim Morrison album, with the Doors musicians as backup.
American Prayer is simply a masterpiece!!
an american prayer was teh 1st doors album i bought and that very same album i carry with me to the end.
it opened to me a new perspective of life,and still does.
ive the same vinyl still left,tho its unplayable,and ive worn out 2 other vinyl copies.thanks to cd,it lasts longer.
its defenitly worth to buy,no regrets or thoughts that its a waste of money,its 100% worthy
What a silly question lol....of course it is worth, definitely...
yes. yes. yes. Its basically the inner mind of Jim. All the poems that were never on any albums are in it.
Best Song: Ghost Song. Completely beautiful writing.
Yes of course it's worth buying if you're a The Doors fanatic!
Only 2 things. Roadhouse Blues (live) could have been omitted.
Since its something that should be on a live album instead...
The Ghost Song is on the Compact Disc version twice...
Yes, Yes and Yes! The whole album contains Jim Morrison's words! You can't go wrong with that! It is great to put on the headphones, sit back, relax and listen. People tend to love or hate it... I happen to love it! Highly recommend you get it!
On youtube there is clip of Jim talking to a Minister or Pastor. Is this available on any of the DVDs?
here ya go
Yes, a DVD version of the 3 VHS collection 1985/1987/1991/1997
Does anyone know what type of typewriter Jim Morrison used? Thank-you.
glad to help
No, I'm afraid I don't know what typewriter Jim used.
Tom Baker Recalls Jim Morrison
Various excerpts from Blue Center Light
I indicated the brand new latest-model IBM typewriters and shiny file cabinets and desks. Jim had a slight smile and was silent, but I could see it was getting to him. He looked at the equipment as the others with us tried to suppress nervous laughter. Next thing we knew, Jim hopped on top of the desk and began to heel-stomp the costly IBM, kicking it to the floor and jumping down on it, then pouring beer over papers and files. I thought sure there would be hell to pay, but the next day the mess was cleaned up and nothing was ever mentioned about it.