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VANCOUVER 70 (CD)
Skeleton Records SKCD 1066, Italy 1992
1.Roadhouse Blues/ 2.Back Door Man-Five To One (cover just says Back Door Man)/ 3.Money/ 4.Rock Me Baby/ 5.Little Red Rooster/ 6.Who Do You Love/ 7.Light My Fire-Fever-Summertime-St.James Infirmary-Light My Fire/ 8.The End
Sources: Pacific National Exhibition Coliseum, Vancouver, Canada, June 6th, 1970. Taken from the second Westwood One radio show. Not the complete show.


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Same show as Canadian Night (Buccaneer Records BUC 011) but different tracks. Westwood One released a second radio show in December 1991, which featured the missing tracks of the first one, but left out When The Music's Over. So you should get both CDs to have all songs from both radio shows. The Vancouver 70 CD is even longer than Canadian Night (almost 74 minutes), more than one Golden Hour Of The Doors Live in good soundquality. Albert King is jamming with the group on Rock Me Baby, Little Red Rooster and Who Do Yo Love playing a fantastic blues guitar. Wish this jam would be out on video! Despite the fact that the Italian bootleggers illegally copied a chapter of my Doors-book (Rainer Moddemann, Doors, Heel Verlag, Koenigswinter, W/Germany), took a photo from the Isle Of Wight Popfestival for the cover and forgot Jim's birthdate in their booklet while adding the correct dates for the other three Doors, this is a CD absolutely worth to get. Recommended!


1998 Rainer Moddemann, The Doors Quarterly Magazine. This guide may not be distributed in any other context or media.