Doors The Soundstage Performances..any one have it?

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  1. Steve Meskell

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    This sounds like a very cool disc...and I haven't been able to find it.
    The Soundstage Sessions is a unique program featuring live performances, of The Doors, from three TV appearances during the height of their career: US Television, Canadian Television and Danish Television. Featuring personal commentary and perspectives by band members Ray Manzarek, Robby Krieger, John Densmore and manager Danny Sugarman, "The Doors: The Soundstage Performances," features their Greatest Hits and rare versions of songs never before seen on video in the US! Highlights: The Doors talk about the 60's; The Doors in Europe/Denmark, 1968; The notorious Miami Concert; 1969 PBS "Critique" with The Doors Interview & Panel Discussion. The Songs: The End; Whiskey Bar; Alabama Song; Texas Radio; Love Me Two Times; When The Music's Over; Unknown Soldier; Tell All The People; Backdoor Woman; Wishful Sin; Build Me A Woman; The Soft Parade.
     
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    Just reporting I got this disc.....If you are a big Doors fan go and get it. Some amazing performances, the down side is the video on the last segment is real crappy. A couple of times I was looking for a tracking button on my DVD remote [​IMG] . The sound on the danish show is surprisingly good. Not a bad find for 13 bucks. Plus it has the only live version of the complete "Soft Parade".
     

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