L.A. Woman Mar 30, 2011 19:03:52 GMT
Post by casandra on Mar 30, 2011 19:03:52 GMT
well anyone who wants snoop's frankly excellent ROTS cover simply click above
this song features a recently discovered lost verse, apparently the story goes that Jampol was looking for discarded nickels down the back of Botnick's sofa & found the original hyper-digital-blueray-uber-quality master file & now this is available for the one time low-low price of $49,999.99
"jesus jeff that's really low"
"not as low as my low-low prices"
enjoy guys, this one's on me !!
Muchas gracias, Adam. I didn't know it.
Doors’ manager Jeff Jampol said: We are not greedy. We want to assign the profits of this great version with unpublished verse ROTS a nonprofit purpose: 0.99 to repair Jim’s grave and 49,999 for our own pockets!. It’s our tribute to Jim…. (he is counting the coins)…
Oh, I’m sorry. I only can buy a brick with this money. I promise I will make better the budget the next time.
We have found something reeeeeally increeedible: A lost TV appearance… The Doors singing Merry Christmas in 1970… and Jim disguised Santa Claus. OK, we are not completely sure, but... it’s his beard, though white (At the background Ray is saying: we can get 1,000,000 for this!!!) This release will be a very special limited edition for hard collectors (with Certificate of Authenticity) signed by Ray, Robby, John and Jampol’s parrot.
Alex, I hope you have more success getting Jampol's attention than I did four years ago. He split back to LA after a scheduled appearance at University of Virginia. The professor who hosted the conference said that JJ had been called back to LA on urgent business by Ray Manzarek.
"Urgent business". It’s very weird. It looks like afraid to answer tough questions. A vanishing act.
The University of Virginia is a beautiful place. I was once there years ago during my only travel to USA.