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 'No One Here Gets Out Alive' by Sugerman & Hopkins - 1980 First Edition





No One Here Gets Out Alive
Soft cover. Original large-format paperback book from 1980 that started the resurrection. A very hard to find edition of this book. Cond: Exc+

Price was: $20
Now: $10
Another copy in VG+ condition
Price was: $12
Now: $6

 'No One Here Gets Out Alive' by Sugerman & Hopkins - Hard Cover





No One Here Gets Out Alive
Out of print. Hard cover w/ just jacket. Limited quantities of this Barnes & Noble Special edition books were printed up in 1997. It was such a treat for Doors fans to get the book that 'started it all' in hard cover that they quickly sold out and are now next to impossible to find. One copy only! Cond: M

Price was: $88
Now: $44
 'No One Here Gets Out Alive' by Sugerman & Hopkins - Soft Cover





No One Here Gets Out Alive
Soft cover. The publication for the masses. If you haven't read this book, here's a cheap copy so you wont ever have an excuse. Cond: Exc

Price was: $5
Now: $2.50
 'No One Here Gets Out Alive' by Sugerman & Hopkins - Polish Import





No One Here Gets Out Alive
Soft cover - Polish Import. Nice cover with some cool alternative B&W photos I've never seen within. Cond: M

Price was: $18
Now: $9
 1994 'North Atlantic Review' - Jim Morrison's Resting Place In Paris





1994 North Atlantic Review
'Jim Morrison's Resting Place In Paris' is the cover feature. An annual periodical that's more like a soft cover book than a magazine. 300 pages with first 60 pages on Jim's grave. Contains great photos of Pere Lachaise. Cond: M

Price was: $14
Now: $7
 'Outlaw Blues' by Paul Williams





Outlaw Blues
Soft cover. Written by the founder and editor of Crawdaddy magazine. During the 60s his publication rivaled Rolling Stone for market placement amongst the rock magazines. During their run, there was several noteworthy and even legendary articles. This book contains the best. It includes a complete chapter called, The Night On Fire, which contains two Doors articles taken from the pages of his magazine: 'Rock is Rock: Discussion of a Doors Song' and 'Rothchild Speaks'. Also includes other articles on Bob Dylan, the Byrds, Grateful Dead, Brian Wilson (Beachboys) and many others. Very recommended! Cond: M
Price was: $--
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 'The Poet in Exile' by Ray Manzarek





The Poet in Exile
Hard cover first edition. What if Jim Morrison's grave in Paris contains only a coffin filled with rocks and sand? If Jim Morrison were still alive, where would he be hiding? More importantly, what would Jim Morrison be doing right now? How could such a high-profile celebrity fake his own death and find a place to live incognito for almost thirty years? Now past fifty, would the Doors' Dionysan front man still be partying to excess and alienating everyone around him? Would a Doors reunion be a genuine possibility? In his first novel, THE POET IN EXILE, Ray Manzarek tells a riveting story that bears more than a passing resemblance to the real life and times of the singer who is the greatest front man in the history of rock n' roll. Cond: M-
Price was: $28
Now: $14

 'The Poet in Exile' by Ray Manzarek - Uncorrected Proof





The Poet in Exile       Uncorrected Proof
Soft cover review copy of Ray's book sent out to book critics before the publication of the new hard cover above. These galley proofs are always very rare! Cond: M-

Price was: $85
Now: $42.50
 'Poetry of Relevance - Vol. 1' by Homer Hogan





Poetry of Relevance - Vol. 1
Soft cover. Out of Print. This classic 1970 Canadian book was written as a teaching aid for those looking for connections between poems of our literary heritage and the lyrics from today's music. The author urges teachers to play the music and then read the poetry. This rare book is a very nice addition to your Morrison book collection being that he is featured on the cover and inside being compared to the likes of Walt Whitman, Irving Layton, and Allen Tate.
Other modern artists include: Pete Seeger, John Lennon, Joni Mitchell, Bruce Cockburn, Jim Morrison, Buffy Saint-Marie, Robert Graves and more!! Since they needed permission to reprint Doors lyrics, I'm sure Jim was aware of this book when it came out and found it very interesting! Cond: VG+

Price was: $--
Now: $--
And for those completists out there, a Vol. 2 copy in Exc condition (no Morrison content)
Price was: $24
Now: $12
And another Vol. 2 copy in VG- condition (no Morrison content)
Price was: $14
Now: $7

 'Riders On The Storm' by John Densmore





Riders On The Storm
Hard cover w/ dust jacket. Out of print. John Densmore was a Door from the beginning in 1965. This candid memoir of John's life with The Doors offers readers a first hand account of one of rock's greatest bands as told by one of it's original members. This book is a 'must read' for anyone who claims to be a Doors fan. I loved this book! Cond: Exc w/ DJ

Price was: $18
Now: $9
Another hard cover cover in Exc condition w/o DJ.
Price was: $12
Now: $6
A soft cover cover. Cond: Exc+
Price was: $10
Now: $5
A soft cover cover. Cond: VG
Price was: $5
Now: $2.50

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 'Rimbaud And Jim Morrison: Rebel As Poet - A Memoir' by Wallace Fowlie





Rimbaud And Jim Morrison
Soft cover. An incredible comparison of Jim's poetry to that of Arthur Rimbaud written by the foremost US authority on Rimbaud! Not to be missed by any fan that wants to know more about one of the biggest influences on Jim! Cond: M

Price was: $24
Now: $12
 'Rock Wives' by Victoria Balfour





Rock Wives
Hard cover w/ dust jacket. Out of print. The Hard Times and Good Times of the Wives, Girlfriends, and Groupies of Rock and Roll. Seventeen women and one man talk about their private lives with very public rock stars. Patricia Kennealy talks about Morrison. She starts weaving her tale about Jim in this book and finishes it years later with another book and a much better story. Others included are: Myra Lewis (Jerry Lee Lewis); Lee Angel (Little Richard); Susan Rotolo (Bob Dylan); Claudette Robinson (Smokey Robinson); Linda Lawrence Leitch (Brian Jones, Donovan Leitch); Marilyn Wilson (Brian Wilson); Anita Pallenberg (Brian Jones, Keith Richards); Gail Zappa (Frank Zappa); Monika Dannemann (Jimi Hendrix); Angie Bowie (David Bowie); Ingrid Croce (Jim Croce); Bebe Buell (Todd Rundgren, Rod Stewart, Elvis Costello); Leslie (Meat Loaf); Jo Howard (Ron Wood); Carlene Garter (Nick Lowe); Vera Ramone (Dee Dee Ramone); and David Wolff (Cyndi Lauper). Cond: M-

Price was: $32
Now: $16

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