Jim Morrison.

Stephen Davis


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Jim Morrison, the lead singer of the famous band The Doors, is known for his poetic vision and insatiable appetite for spiritual, sexual and psychedelic experiences. He was known for the way his music embodied the spirit and psyche of a generation. Jim Morrison: Life, Death, Legend takes its readers through the life events of Morrison, a man who was tortured by inner demons that controlled his creative energy and ultimately led him to self destruction.

Each section of this book reveals a new phase of Morrison’s life, from his troubled youth in a strict military household to the tension and anger that built up in the band as their songs hit the top of the charts.

Fans from the newer generation have appreciated his music but have also been exposed to as a series of myth that were created to cover the true character of James Douglas Morrison. As it nears the end, the book reconstructs Morrison’s last days in Paris in order to solve one of the greatest mysteries in music history in a shocking final chapter.

Jim Morrison: Life, Death, Legend was published by RHUK in 2005 and it is available in paperback.

Key Features:

  • The book provides readers with previously unknown details and never-before-seen glimpses into Morrison’s life through interviews and excerpts from Morrison’s personal journals.
Language English
ISBN-10 0-09190-042-5
No of pages 482
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Book Publisher RHUK
Published Date 01 Sep 2005

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Author : Stephen Davis

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