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The December 8 Paris celebrations in 1993
were just over when I started work on The Doors
Quarterly # 30, which came out about 4 months later
on April 30, 1994 and NOT 1993,
as the official release date on page 3 says
you imagine that Kevin discovered that typo
almost 21 years later while doing the digital work on
Gosh, I wish those good times could return, everything
was splendid and delightful all three
Doors still on tours throughout the world, all those new
books, TV features and discs coming
out! A collectors heaven had started shortly before
Jims 50th birthday anniversary, well
documented in this issue on 16 (!) pages of Notes
from the Underground, Official Releases
and Book Reviews. As they are still very
active around the world I am talking about
coverbands two very contrary articles on Doors
coverbands; one of them written exclusively
for the DQ by Patricia Kennealy-Morrison. I still like
the great article written on Jim & Jimi at
the Scene Club, March 13, 1968 (pity, written and
published in German language only; anybody
got time to do a translation?); and I still wonder how
much I like my own article, better to say
diary, of the events in Paris on Jims anniversary.
This article puts some things right, that were
published years later by a certain Jochen about the very
same event in Paris
and if you plan
to pay a visit to Los Angeles and walk in Jim
Morrisons footsteps, you might find part 6 of my
L.A. Tours helpful. See if you can still find
the former location of the Roadhouse Blues
bungalow or the Doors billboard, or
A splendid time is guaranteed for all
And dont forget:
Please note that your digital copy of The Doors Quarterly
Magazine 30 hasn't been altered
in any way. You get it as it was published on April 30,
1994 (!). Be aware that all addresses
(private, phone, email and web) are no longer valid.
Books, CDs or posters and other stuff
might not be available anymore. Please do not respond to
any of the small ads or blame
anyone for incorrect details - all writers just did the
best they could back in 1994. Enjoy and
let us know what you think ... we will continue soon by
publishing a digital version of DQ 29.
CU and enjoy!
Thanks to Kevin Chiotis for all of his work!
PS ... if you would like to obtain an original paper copy
of this Doors Quarterly Magazine 30
including a free poster please send a private FB message
to Rainer Moddemann - thank you!
But hurry, very few original copies are left