Thursday, February 18, 2010

Spectators are quiet vampires

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I was talking to my friend today who is as equally obsessed with Jim Morrison and the Doors if not more than I am and we began to discuss the raw power that he presented on stage. We both came to the conclusion that the thing that made Morrison's music so stirring on stage was his ability to enjoy the experience just as much as anyone in the audience did. Most artists today sing or perform on stage with the clear knowledge that they are being watched for others entertainment. Jim Morrison's experience on stage was unpolished, drug induced and chaotic, but that's the beauty of it. He knew about a much about what he was going to do on stage as anyone else did.

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