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The Doors L.A. Woman 50th Anniversary

The Doors L.A. Woman 50th Anniversary

AVAILABLE TODAY AT 2PM (EDT) / 11AM (PDT) Reminder: if you purchase this new print today (all times EDT) you're automatically entered into a drawing to receive a 1/1 edition of this print in addition to your order - so make sure to pick up this print today!   For the band's sixth album L.A. Woman, The Doors continued the trajectory of Morrison Hotel return to blues. On L.A. Woman, Morrison’s vocals were raw and loose, Manzarek’s varied organ lines were masterful, Densmore was powerfully tight and Krieger was sharp and biting. If anyone felt the Doors had lost a step dealing with Morrison’s obscenity bust in Miami and subsequent tour cancellations, this was a strong opening rebuttal. ...

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Jimi Hendrix Monterey Pop Festival

Jimi Hendrix Monterey Pop Festival

LIMITED STOCK REMAINING - PURCHASE HERE! Jimi Hendrix would make his US debut with the Experience at The Monterey International Pop Festival on June 18, 1967, and he set the standard for what it meant to look -- and sound -- like a rock star. Donning a ruffled shirt, velour vest and bright red pants, with a scarf around his forehead, Hendrix commanded attention as he stepped on stage with the Fender Stratocaster that he would later douse in lighter fluid and set ablaze in one most iconic performances (and imaged) in rock history. Coming on after 40 minutes of the groovy sounds of the Grateful...

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Joan Jett and The Blackhearts New York City 1981

Joan Jett and The Blackhearts New York City 1981

PURCHASE HERE When Nirvana was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2014, they could have asked any singer in the world to join them on stage. They asked Joan Jett. This is just one of many of examples of the importance of Joan Jett and The Blackhearts to rock and roll. Here's some more: she has three albums that have been certified platinum or gold, she's hit #1 on the Billboard Hot 100, was the first American act of any kind to perform behind the Iron Curtain, and in 2015 Joan Jett & the Blackhearts were inducted into the Rock and Roll...

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Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars Final Concert

Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars Final Concert

PURCHASE HERE Ziggy played guitar for the final time on July 3, 1973. That was the day David Bowie retired his most famous – and career-defining – alter ego, Ziggy Stardust, after a triumphant sold-out concert at London's Hammersmith Odeon Theatre. In Ziggy Stardust he created a persona that not only served as the main character of his best album, but also summed up his place in rock history. Ziggy was positively flashy and literally out of this world. So when he and his band – which included Mick Ronson on guitar – took Ziggy Stardust on the road, with Bowie dressed as the character,...

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