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[Collection of Color Transparency Slides of Jim Morrison]

[Photography]: [Music]

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[New York]: 1968. Eight Kodak color transparency slides. 2" square with image areas 1 3/8" x 15/16" approx. Date stamped "MAR 68" to border of verso. Notated in ink outside of image area with names, numbers. Clean, well preserved. Near fine. High-resolution jpgs of all images provided. (Item ID: 15319)

A collection of presumably unpublished images of Jim Morrison at New York's Fillmore East, March 22, 1968. Three of Morrison on stage (two pictured) with five intimate close-ups likely captured backstage. A particularly poignant shot has him leaning into the microphone with a light projection behind. This two-night, four-show, Fillmore engagement produced what are often considered some of the best shows of the band's career. Though we've been unable to determine the pho- tographer, they are of clear professional caliber and bear a certain resemblance to the work of legendary rock-and-roll photographer Elliott Landy. A striking group of original vintage slides.


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