Live in Philadelphia '70

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Live in Philadelphia '70
Live album by The Doors
Released November 29, 2005
Recorded May 1, 1970
Genre Psychedelic rock, acid rock, blues-rock
Length 103:45
Label Rhino - Bright Midnight Archives
Producer Bruce Botnick
The Doors chronology
Live in Hollywood
(2002)
Live in Philadelphia '70
(2005)
Live in Boston
(2007)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic link 3.5/5 stars

Live in Philadelphia '70 is a double live album recorded by American rock band The Doors in 1970. The performance took place in The Spectrum. This is part of previously unreleased material of the Bright Midnight Archives collection of live albums by The Doors.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by The Doors except where noted.

Disc one[edit]

  1. Announcer "Sit Down" − 5:20
  2. Tuning − 1:25
  3. Roadhouse Blues − 4:40
  4. Break On Through (To the Other Side) − 5:12
  5. Back Door Man/Love Hides (Dixon, Morrison) − 6:51
  6. Ship of Fools − 6:55
  7. Universal Mind − 4:31
  8. When the Music's Over − 14:27
  9. Mystery Train (Parker, Phillips) / Away in India − 13:21
  10. Wake Up! − 1:46
  11. Light My Fire − 11:46

Disc two[edit]

  1. The Concert Continues − 0:46
  2. Maggie M'Gill − 5:49
  3. Roadhouse Blues (Reprise) − 2:39
  4. Been Down So Long/Rock Me Baby (Crudup) − 9:31
  5. The Music Capital of the World, Philadelphia − 0:29
  6. Carol (Berry) − 1:48
  7. Soul Kitchen − 6:15

Personnel[edit]

  • Jim Morrison - lead vocals
  • Ray Manzarek - organ, keyboard bass, guitar ("Maggie M'Gill", "Roadhouse Blues (Reprise)", "Been Down So Long/Rock Me Baby", "Carol"), vocals
  • John Densmore - drums
  • Robby Krieger - guitar, electric bass (""Maggie M'Gill", "Roadhouse Blues (Reprise)", "Been Down So Long/Rock Me Baby", "Carol")