Mojo Navigator – Ultra Rare 1967 Zine / Monterey Pop Festival, Jimi Hendrix, Doors, Grateful Dead, Etc.

A rare issue of Mojo Navigator, Vol 2, No 2, dated August 1967. Mojo Navigator was arguably the first rock fanzine; begun in 1966 by David Harris and Greg Shaw, it chronicled the San Francisco/Bay Area rock scene, and later, the rock music scene at large. Issues are extremely rare, as it was available only […]

The Doors – RIAA Platinum Video Award for ‘Live at the Hollywood Bowl’ Presented to Manager Danny Sugerman

An original RIAA Certified Platinum Video Award for The Doors Live at the Hollywood Bowl, presented to longtime Doors associate and manager Danny Sugerman (1954-2005). The Live at the Hollywood Bowl video was released in 1987 by MCA Home Video.  This silver colored plate on this award has an Recording Industry Association of America- hologram, […]

The Doors – Ultra Rare 1967 Kaleidoscope Round Concert Poster, in Beautiful Condition

A beautiful and extremely rare concert poster advertising The Doors, with The Peanut Butter Conspiracy, at The Kaleidoscope in Hollywood on April 21-23, 1967. This circular concert poster, #2 in the Kaleidoscope series, is by far the rarest Kaleidoscope poster, and one of the most sought after Doors concert posters. The extremely psychedelic artwork features […]

The Doors – 1969 Sealed 1st Press ‘The Soft Parade’ LP w/Clear Hype Sticker

A stunning factory sealed first pressing of The Doors’ 1969 Elektra album The Soft Parade, with a clear hype sticker, noting ‘includes the hits TOUCH ME, TELL ALL THE PEOPLE, WISHFUL SINFUL / Complete Lyrics Enclosed’ along with the catalog number EKS 75005. This is the first time we’ve seen this rare hype sticker, and […]

Jim Morrison (The Doors) & Van Morrison (Them) – 11″ x 14″ Photograph From 1966 Whisky-A-Go-Go Jam Session

An original 11″ x 14″ photograph of the Doors’ Jim Morrison with Van Morrison, then of the band Them, at the Whisky a Go Go in Hollywood in 1966 . This photograph was taken by the club’s in-house photographer George Rodriguez, and this print was made from the original negative and is in mint condition. […]

Jim Morrison (The Doors) – Original London 1968 Photograph by Ethan Russell

An original 11″ x 14″ photograph of The Doors’ Jim Morrison at The Roundhouse in London, September 1968, taken by legendary photographer Ethan Russell. This was the Doors only UK appearance in 1968 and was filmed and broadcast by ITV Television (and later released on DVD as “The Doors Are Open.”) This is a hand […]

The Doors – 1967 Crosstown Bus/Boston Concert Poster – Unknown Variant (Just After “Light My Fire” Was #1)

A previously unknown version of the rare original concert poster advertising two August, 1967 shows by The Doors at Boston’s short-lived Crosstown Bus.  Just weeks before these shows, “Light My Fire” spent three weeks at the top of the Billboard Charts.   As a Boston history website noted, The Doors were booked at the Crosstown Bus […]

Doors / Byrds / Jefferson Airplane / Moby Grape – 1967 Magic Mountain Festival Concert Poster

A first printing concert poster advertising the Magic Mountain Music Festival held on June 3-4, 1967 at the Mt. Tamalpais Outdoor Theatre, just north of San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge. The all-star show, which took place two weeks before the Monterey Pop Fesitival, is considered to be the first rock festival.  It was presented by […]

The Doors – Four 1967 Family Dog Concert Handbills/Postcards

Four very clean Family Dog handbills/postcards advertising 1967 concerts by The Doors. These are number FD 50, 61, 64 and 84 in the Family Dog series.  The first three are for shows at San Francisco’s Avalon Ballroom, and feature artwork by the great Victor Moscoso.  FD 84 is for a show with Captain Beefheart and […]

The Doors – 1967 Debut Album Elektra Records Promotional Poster

A rare 1967 promotional poster produced by Elektra Records to promote The Doors self-titled debut album. The simple bold design features the album cover, with white space at the bottom so tour dates could be added.  The poster is in excellent unused condition, having been rolled since it was produced.  There are a few small […]

The Doors / Jim Morrison – 1966 Whisky-A-Go-Go Photograph / 11″ x 14″

An original 11″ x 14″ photograph of the Doors’ Jim Morrison at the Whisky a Go Go in Hollywood in 1966 . This photograph was taken by the club’s in-house photographer George Rodriguez during a jam session with The Doors and the band Them, featuring Van Morrison. The Doors played on a double bill with […]

The Doors – Vintage Photograph Published in 16 Magazine

A vintage original photograph of The Doors circa 1967 published in 16 Magazine. We acquired this from the estate of Gloria Stavers, longtime editor of 16 Magazine, photographer of The Doors and one-time lover of Jim Morrison. On the back are publication notes indicating this was published in 16, and a Gloria Stavers Collection stamp.  […]

The Doors/Jim Morrison – Original London 1968 Photograph by Ethan Russell

An original 11″ x 14″ photograph of The Doors’ Jim Morrison (with Robby Kreiger in the background) at The Roundhouse in London, September 1968, taken by legendary photographer Ethan Russell. This was the Doors only UK appearance in 1968 and was filmed and broadcast by ITV Television (and later released on DVD as “The Doors […]

Jim Morrison / The Doors – 1969 Self-Published Poetry Folio ‘The Lords: Notes on Vision’ / 1 of 100 Produced

Jim Morrison’s very rare self-published folio of poems The Lords: Notes On Vision.  Morrison published The Lords in an edition of 100 in early 1969. Printed in Los Angeles at Western Lithographers, Morrison gave these out one-at-a-time to friends and acquaintances The navy blue folio with gold stamping is printed on textured heavy card stock, with a […]

Jim Morrison – Signed Service Station Receipt, with ‘James D. Morrison’ Card Imprint (The Doors)

A service station receipt signed by Jim Morrison, with the imprint of his credit card using his full name ‘James D Morrison.’ We acquired this receipt, for a $1.00 tire change, from Vicky, a woman who dated Morrison.  Her accompanying letter of provenance reads: A beautiful sunny day—July 30, 1969, riding with Jim Morrison in his […]

Ray Manzarek (The Doors) – “Carmina Burana” 2 LP Acetates w/ Ray’s Handwritten Notes From Manager Danny Sugerman’s Collection

Two one-sided acetates used during the production of Ray Manzarek’s 1983 solo album Carmina Burana, with Ray’s handwritten mixing notes, and notes from the album’s mixing engineer, Joe Chiccarelli. These acetates were formerly in the collection of longtime Doors associate and manager Danny Sugerman (1954-2005), who also managed Manzarek.  Inside the Masterdisk gatefold acetate sleeve we […]

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