Mr. Mojo Risin’

PUBLISHED IN ROCK MAGAZINE BY DANNY SUGERMAN JIM MORRISON A Shaman’s Sojourn Through The Doors Music Company ROCK takes pride in presenting a profile of Jim Morrison by the writer who probably knew him best. Jim Morrison, lyricist and focal point of the supergroup The Doors, died in Paris, Farance, July 3, 1971. He was 27 years old. The cause of death is unknown. Some say it was some sort Read More …

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Morrison Convicted: “So much for law. Back to politics.”

Published in ROCK MAGAZINE A political star has been born. You won’t see any star rising in the East. You’ll find it in the West (“The West is the Best”). He is James Douglas Morrison, who has a political unknown until September 20, 1970. On that date, Morrison was convicted of indecent exposure and profanity by a three-man, three-women jury in Dade Criminal Court, Miami Beach, Florida. Despite the fact Read More …

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Morrison’s Miami Trial: If All Else Fails You Can Petition The Lord With Prayer

Published in Rock Magazine By Mike Gershman ***Note: not full article Sometimes I wonder what I’m a-gonna do But there ain’t no cure for the summer-time blues. -E. Cochran There just are no summertime blues to compare with those felt here in Miami. We’re here—me, Jim, John, Ray, and Robbie, waiting—four Doors and a publicist—waiting for the big trial. The Trial was supposed to start Monday, August 3rd, but was Read More …

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