Jerry Hopkins and Danny Sugerman - No One Here Gets Out Alive
The crowd roared.<BR>Jim began to unbuckle his belt. Ray called to Vince, "Vince, Vince, stop him! Don't let him do... Read More
The crowd roared.<BR>Jim began to unbuckle his belt. Ray called to Vince, "Vince, Vince, stop him! Don't let him do it!"<BR>Vince leaped over the sound board in front of him and in two strides was behind Jim, one hand stuck down Jim's pants at the small of his back, the other pushing against Jim's back higher up, making it impossible for Jim to undo the buckle. Minimize
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6 Reviews from Epinions.com
Jul 2, 2002
Break On Through To The Other Side!
Pros: A well written, often sad look at one of music's biggest icons
Cons: Nothing; great read cover to cover
One of the best Rock biographies ever written...you will get to know Morrison just about as intimately as anyone who knew him (you'll feel like it anyway...) Read More at Epinions.com
Aug 24, 2005
The man who would be..... Lizard King
Pros: a good overview of one of rocks greats
Cons: biased in favour of Morrison
a good introduction into the man, his band and the times Read More at Epinions.com
Oct 26, 2000
Mojo Risin' in LA
Pros: sheds light on a genius and captures the spirit of Morrison
Cons: not always as truthful as they could be Read More at Epinions.com
Aug 22, 2001
its a wonder anyone got out alive!
Pros: one of the best musical bios ever written
if you're a Doors fan this book is for you, if not it will make you a fan! Read More at Epinions.com
Apr 29, 2005
Jim Morrison Lives
Pros: Well- researched; Plenty of quotations
Cons: Author's obsession with the Doors singer; Little on Morrison's childhood
This is a very good book to read about the late Doors singer. Read More at Epinions.com
Jul 14, 2000
A key source inspiration .....from Iggy Pop to `90`s Grunge.
Pros: A good, storied introduction to one of rocks most enigmatic figures.
Cons: Descriptive profanity, some misogyny. Lacking complete factual background, but read on.
As outlined in this epinion, this book is not necessarily the final word, especially on the work of, Jim Morrison. Read More at Epinions.com