This tourist guide for Jim Morrison fans was carefully put together and is the most complete one you will every get.
“Jim” Contemporary dance performance June 10–14, 2014 Choreography by Paulo Ribeiro Théâtre des Abbesses 31 rue des Abbesses Paris 18 Synopsis Seduced by Jim Morrison’s poetical strength, one of the most irreverent icons of the 60s, and by its posthumous release An American Prayer, the choreographer Paulo Ribeiro let himself be led by the words... Continue Reading →
The Last Beat Inspired by Jim Morrison’s final days in Paris, “The Last Beat” is an erotic, lyrical, and music-filled feature film, directed by Sundance alumni Robert Saitzyk. The Last Beat is a fictional film that attempts to explore the psychology of who Jim Morrison might have been at the end of his life. We... Continue Reading →
Esquire magazine, June 1972 As a graphic designer, I was particularly interested in the illustrations by Jean Lagarrigue of the apartment at 17 rue Beautreillis. So I was very excited to find a copy on eBay. Lagarrigue taught at École nationale supérieure des arts décoratifs (ENSAD) and was art directeur at Esquire magazine. Illustrations by Jean... Continue Reading →
A story of Père Lachaise Cemetery, written and performed by Paul Hemphill at the Screw Soapers Guild, 14th December 2013. — Paul Hemphill http://howlinginfinite.wordpress.com/2014/07/10/living-next-to-jim/
https://twitter.com/LuciusBooks/status/411809179117293568 https://twitter.com/LuciusBooks/status/411808330521534464 An original Super 8 film, shot by Jim Morrison of his girlfriend, Pamela Courson, in a cemetery in Corsica. Filmed using his Braun Nizo S56 Super 8 Camera during a ten day holiday in May 1971. Archivally preserved, with the original spool retained. The film is 2 minutes and 37 seconds long and... Continue Reading →
By Michelle Campbell In 1992, I took a walk around Père Lachaise cemetery and Paris with Joe Russo, lead singer of the Doors tribute band, the Soft Parade. We took some shots at, and around Jim Morrison’s grave, and then went on to Saint Michel, an area that Jim liked to wander very much. Here... Continue Reading →
Le Centre musical Fleury Goutte d’Or–Barbara December 7, 2013 1, rue de Fleury, Paris 18 Organized by Gilles Yepremian. Visit website Program Opening Screening, “The Terror of Art, The Legacy of the Doors”, Peter Leiss and Jim Coke Exhibition, “The Paris Journal”, 20 photos from Jim Morrison’s notebook “The Summer of 65”, photos by Robbie... Continue Reading →