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WAITING FOR THE SUN: The Spirit of Jim Morrison Website. An internet tribute to one of the most misunderstood icons of the Twentieth Century. Jim Morrison's life, work and art are explored, with an eye to finding glimpses into the man behind the mythology which surrounded him; of the psychedelic (60s) sixties, the drugs, sex and rock 'n' roll. The Doors, Jim Morrison's poetry and lyrics, his interest in literature, spirituality and philosophy, including surrealism and native American Indian shamanism. References to his spiritual beliefs are explored through the metaphor of his poetry and lyrics and his literary and artistic influences. Archive material is available on many of the artists, writers and pholosophers who influenced and informed Jim Morrison's work, including the Beat Poets, the Surrealists, the Blues and more. More archived material contains original articles, interviews and reviews of Doors recordings and performances from the sixties, and an extensive look at the phenomenon which was the 1960s in America. Original essays and articles explore Jim Morrison and shamanism, as well as Eastern Pholosophy and other spiritual and creative influences. Special features include a visit to Room 32 at the Alta Cienega Motel on the Sunset Strip, and the home Jim Morrison shared with his longtime companion, Pamela Courson, on Rothdell Trail; A look at the history of Venice Beach, where Jim Morrison lived on a rooftop and wrote his famous notebooks, which would supply the bulk of the material which comprised the Doors first two and part ot the third album. Web site visitors contribute stories of Doors Concerts and first-hand experiences of meeting Jim Morrison. Theme-based photo albums of Jim Morrison and the Doors include the rare photos of Jim Morrison and Pamela Courson during Jim's last days in Paris, as well as publicity shots for Morrison Hotel and candids. Other special features illustrare the life and times of the 20th century icon, poet and visionary, James Douglas Morrison.
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