Live at the Hollywood Bowl (The Doors album)

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For other artists' performances at the Hollywood Bowl, see Live at the Hollywood Bowl.
Live at the Hollywood Bowl
Live album by The Doors
Released May 1987
Recorded July 5, 1968
at the Hollywood Bowl, L.A.
Genre Psychedelic rock, acid rock, blues-rock
Length 22:19
Label Elektra
Producer Paul A. Rothchild
The Doors chronology
Alive, She Cried
(1983)
Live at the Hollywood Bowl
(1987)
In Concert
(1991)
Live at the Hollywood Bowl
Video by The Doors
Released 1987 / 2000 / 2012
Recorded 5 July 1968, Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, California, USA
Genre Psychedelic rock
Length 62:00
Label Universal Picture
Director Paul Ferrara
Producer Rick Schmidlin
The Doors chronology
The Doors Are Open
(1998)
Live at the Hollywood Bowl
(2000)
The Doors - 30 Years Commemorative Edition
(2001)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars link
Robert Christgau C−[1]

Live at the Hollywood Bowl is a live album by the American rock band The Doors. It was recorded on July 5, 1968 but not released until 1987; the full version of the concert was released on October 2012 also available on LP. The video of the concert is still available, now in the DVD format on The Doors - 30 Years Commemorative Edition and Blu-ray Disc.

This album is also the Doors' shortest official release, clocking in at twenty-two minutes and eighteen seconds.

Track listing CD[edit]

1987 version[edit]

  1. "Wake Up" – 1:40
  2. "Light My Fire" – 8:15
  3. "The Unknown Soldier" – 4:23
  4. "A Little Game" – 1:22
  5. "The Hill Dwellers" – 2:20
  6. "Spanish Caravan" – 1:19
  7. "Light My Fire" (edit of live version) – 3:24

Tracks 1, 4, and 5 are from "Celebration of the Lizard"

2012 version ("Live at the Bowl '68")[edit]

  1. Show Start/Intro – 0:19
  2. "When the Music's Over" – 12:52
  3. "Alabama Song (whisky bar)" (Bertolt Brecht, Kurt Weill) – 1:33
  4. "Back Door Man" (Willie Dixon) – 2:33
  5. "Five to One" – 1:29
  6. "Back Door Man" (reprise) (Willie Dixon) – 1:22
  7. "The WASP (Texas Radio and the Big Beat)" – 1:52
  8. "Hello, I Love You" – 2:14
  9. "Moonlight Drive" – 3:21
  10. "Horse Latitudes" – 1:08
  11. "A Little Game" – 1:20
  12. "The Hill Dwellers" – 2:22
  13. "Spanish Caravan" – 3:04
  14. "Hey, What Would You Guys Like To Hear?" – 0:40
  15. "Wake Up!" – 1:30
  16. "Light My Fire" – 9:32
  17. "Light My Fire" (Segue) – 0:38
  18. "The Unknown Soldier" – 4:43
  19. "The End" (Segue) – 1:02
  20. "The End" – 17:31

Track listing DVD[edit]

1987/2000 version[edit]

  1. "When the Music's Over"
  2. "Alabama Song (whisky bar)" (Bertolt Brecht, Kurt Weill)
  3. "Back Door Man" (Willie Dixon)
  4. "Five to One"
  5. "Texas Radio and the Big Beat" - Video & Audio was damaged during recording, and subsequently removed from all recordings
  6. "Hello, I Love You" - Video & Audio was damaged during recording, and subsequently removed from all recordings
  7. "Moonlight Drive"
  8. "Horse Latitudes"
  9. "A Little Game" - Excerpt From "The Celebration of the Lizard"
  10. "The Hill Dwellers" - Excerpt From "The Celebration of the Lizard"
  11. "Spanish Caravan" - Edit Version
  12. "Wake Up"
  13. "Light My Fire"
  14. "The Unknown Soldier"
  15. "The End"

2012 version[edit]

  1. Show Start/Intro
  2. "When The Music’s Over"
  3. "Alabama Song (whisky bar)" (Bertolt Brecht, Kurt Weill)
  4. "Back Door Man" (Willie Dixon)
  5. "Five To One"
  6. "Back Door Man" (reprise) (Willie Dixon)
  7. "The WASP" (Texas Radio And The Big Beat)
  8. "Hello, I Love You"
  9. "Moonlight Drive"
  10. "Horse Latitudes"
  11. "A Little Game"
  12. "The Hill Dwellers"
  13. "Spanish Caravan"
  14. "Hey, What Would You Guys Like To Hear?"
  15. "Wake Up!"
  16. "Light My Fire" (Segue)
  17. "Light My Fire"
  18. "The Unknown Soldier"
  19. "The End" (Segue)
  20. "The End"

Special Features[edit]

  • Echoes From The Bowl
  • You Had To Be There
  • Reworking The Doors
  • Television Performances:
  1. "Wild Child" (from The Smothers Brothers Show, 1968)
  2. "Light My Fire" (from The Jonathan Winters Show, 1967)
  3. "Gloria" (music video)

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]