CDs…Computers…the Internet…a lot has changed since 1971, when The Doors released L.A. Woman and lead singer Jim Morrison died. But the man, his music and mystique are as strong as ever.
Celebrate the rock and roll poet with The Doors & Jim Morrison: True to His Own Spirit, Goldmine’s hand-picked collection that explores the life, death and legacy of Mr. Mojo Risin’ from a variety of perspectives.
This exclusive package includes:
- The Doors’ L.A. Woman 180-gram virgin vinyl LP: Fire up the turntable and put on this 10-track reissue, which presents the original stereo mixes, artwork and inner sleeves. The lacquers were cut at Bernie Grundman Mastering in Hollywood, California, under the direct supervision of original Doors producer/engineer Bruce Botnick and Elektra Records founder Jac Holzman. (Retail value $24.98)
- The Jim Morrison Scrapbook: Capture the wild life, mysterious death and enduring work of The Doors’ legendary frontman. This 64-page hardcover book includes interviews with Jim Morrison’s friends, family and colleagues; a selection of rare and never-before-published photos; 24 pieces of removable facsimile memorabilia; and a 60-minute CD containing rare interviews, candid stories told by Morrison himself and a never-before-heard original poem. (Retail value $40)
- Jim Morrison – Final 24: His Final Hours DVD: On July 2, 1971, the world knew Jim Morrison as a sex symbol and famous rock and roll singer hanging out in Paris. The next day, he was dead, a victim to his own dark demons. What happened in those final 24 hours? This documentary unlocks the hidden secrets, psychological flaws and events that resulted in the untimely death of The Doors’ charismatic frontman. (Retail value $14.95)
- Goldmine’s Guide to The Doors (PDF download): Dive deeper into The Doors experience with this information-packed PDF download that features some of our favorite coverage of the iconic L.A. band and its members: Jim Morrison, Ray Manzarek, Robby Krieger and John Densmore. The download features six key issues of Goldmine magazine; a price guide to collecting The Doors’ records and Opening a Door To The Past, the brand-new article focusing on recollections of Jim Morrison by musicians Ray Manzarek and The Doors’ guest musician on L.A. Woman, Marc Benno. (Retail value $7.99)
- Goldmine Standard Catalog of American Records 1948-1991: Whether you find records at flea markets, second-hand stores, at online auctions or tucked away in the nooks and crannies of your family home, you’re sure to find valuable and interesting facts about records from the Golden Age of Vinyl in this Goldmine guide. This 1,344-page guide offers identification and pricing facts for more than 150,000 45s, albums, picture sleeves, EPs and 12-inch singles. (Retail value $34.99)
Don’t miss out on your chance to own this EXCLUSIVE package! We only produced 24 total, and once they’re gone…they’re gone… ORDER NOW!