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Ultimate Collected Spoken Words 1967-1970
Jim Morrison
Ultimate Collected Spoken Words 1967-1970
Genres: Special Interest, Pop
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  •  Track Listings (3) - Disc #2


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All Artists: Jim Morrison
Title: Ultimate Collected Spoken Words 1967-1970
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Cleopatra
Release Date: 1/20/1998
Genres: Special Interest, Pop
Style: Poetry, Spoken Word & Interviews
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 741157019124

CD Reviews

Understanding Jim
Daniel Rainey | Ottawa, Canada | 03/21/2002
(3 out of 5 stars)

"Okay, I haven't actaually heard everything on this album, but I have heard most of it. The Isle of Wight interview is very well done. Here, you'll hear Jim Morrison give his opinions of Woodstock, Doors merchandize and you'll also hear Joe Cocker in the background. On "All Day Breakfast" we hear Jim being followed around L.A. Well this is going on, you'll hear Jim giving his opinions on the sessions for "Morrison Hotel" and "L.A. Woman." A casual Doors fan may find this bizzare, funny or even boring but hardcore Doors fans (like me) will be rewarded by getting to know a bit about Jim Morrison from the man himself. Myself, I was surprised at how intellegent he can be at times. Also, an interesting bit of trivia, this album was packaged by the guy who did the cover for "Led Zeppelin III.""
Jim Morrison -'The Ultimate Collected Spoken Words:1967-1970
Mike Reed | USA | 04/08/2006
(3 out of 5 stars)

"Never have been much into interview CD's,but this 2-CD/100 minute release is a good one.Features six different interviews,with plenty of the time Jim Morrison giving ridiculously funny answers to questions that he's asked. The two interviews I liked best were his comments on the "Isle Of Wight Festival,1970" (15:50)and "New Orleans...Very Strange" (35:59). It's apparent that Morrison was on 'something' during these sessions. Well,duh! Strictly for the completists and the spoken word collectors."