Turn out the Lights - Jim Morrison's last night on stage A film by Jessy Cale Williamson
Jim Morrison's last night on stage with The Doors was at The Warehouse in New Orleans Louisiana on December 12, 1970. This short film uses interviews with The Warehouse owners, employees and a fan to tell the story of what really happened that night. This is a small portion of my larger documentary "A Warehouse on Tchoupitoulas" which delves into all the goings on at New Orleans' most infamous music venue. -Jessy Cale Williamson
Nice clip, however full of hyperbole it might be. I tend not to trust my own memory, let alone ones that are over 40 years old! Still, good to see some first-hand accounts of that evening. Thank you for that!
Who knows? Some claim to have one. Bootlegs have been released claiming to be it. So far one has not materialised. To be honest it does not interest me that much. Fans seem to get obsessed with concerts like this and Miami which are pretty much garbage.
New Haven and Troy would be much more interesting as they contain classic Jim Morrison put-downs.
Listening to a dying man kill of his own self image is not that great in my book. But then I look at this stuff a lot differently than the main stream Doors fan.
"That's the trouble with reality!.... it's taken far too seriously! I do hope God is good to me and Santa Claus to the children! Celebrate...this parties over...I'm going home!"
To make such a claim requires quite a bit more than a picture of a CD with NO on the front.
What is the track list? Where did you come to own this? What makes you feel it is NO and not just another mislabelled bootleg such as New Haven, Mexico and many others passed off as something they are not?
LOL I Don't have this,this phot is from a page of facebook,i have new haven 1967 only back door man,and is real new haven not is other show,mexico is toronto 1969 really.
It's obviously NOT NO then as if NO exists it's in the hands of tape hoarders and will never appear on FB. Tape traders like the late Bobby Lang managed to get ultra rare stuff out to us mere mortals and that is the only way we will hear NO if another Bobby appears.
Are you sure BDM from NH is real as that is another gig that appears from time to time. As far as I am aware only the short bit of video footage exists from NH. Of course that's not to say audio does not exist as lookat the London Fog