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Music DVD Review: The Doors – ‘Feast of Friends’

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After 45 years, The Doors' 'Feast of Friends' is now available packaged with other newly restored features from the period. Read More »

Expatriates on Fourth of July in Paris

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Expatriate Americans in Paris celebrate Independence Day their way. This is an excerpt from my novel in progress, 'Garden of Ghosts.' Read More »

Music DVD Review: The Doors – ‘R-Evolution’

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The Doors were well ahead of many of their contemporaries, in recognizing the possibilities of music video. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Completeness of the Soul’ by Jim Booth – Portrait of the Artist as an Aging Rock Star

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Can an aging rock star escape stardom with his life, and find completeness outside of it? This is the central question in this brilliant, timely, deeply moving novel by Jim Booth. Read More »

Book Review: ’27: A History Of The 27 Club’ by Howard Sounes

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A fascinating, mostly even-handed new book looks at rock's most exclusive fraternity of tragedy, and its six most famous members. Read More »

Music Blu-ray Review: The Doors – Live At The Bowl ’68

The Doors rocked the Hollywood Bowl during the summer of 1968. Read More »

Music DVD Review: The Doors – Live At The Bowl ’68

Live At The Bowl '68 isn't quite that definitive live Doors document fans have been waiting decades for. But it comes very close. Read More »

Music Blu-ray Review: The Doors – Live at the Bowl ‘68

A little seamless audio trickery helps restore this classic show. Read More »

Music Blu-ray Review: The Doors – Live at the Bowl ’68

The Doors' Live at the Bowl '68 captures a magic band on a magic night. Read More »

Music DVD Reviews: Queen, Styx and The Doors

A review of some classic rock music DVDs, starring Queen's Days of Our Lives, Styx's Grand Illusion/Pieces of Eight Live, and a Doors documentary.. Read More »