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The Doors Amateur Concert Films

November 23, 1971


Carnegie Hall
New York, New York

Format:
8mm Color Film
Audio: No
Recordings: VID

Silent color footage of The Doors performing at Carnegie Hall in New York, NY on November 23, 1971 during their first tour without Jim Morrison, shot from Box Number One near the stage and almost directly over Ray Manzarek.


This film is, to the best of my knowledge, the first amateur concert film of The Post-Morrison Doors known to exist. However, given the number of cameras present at any concert, it's almost certain there are other home movies out there, but so far this is the only one from this period to have turned up.


Ray can be seen playing the venue's grand piano during either "Close To You" or "Good Rockin'."


And Robby tackles vocal duties, perhaps for "Variety Is The Spice Of Life" or "I'm Horny, I'm Stoned."



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