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Live at The Bowl '68

The Doors

Year: 1968

Runtime: 01:11:06

On the 5th of July in 1968, The Doors took to the stage of the Hollywood Bowl for a concert that has since passed into legend. Now, for the first time, the original film footage from the Hollywood Bowl has been digitally scanned and restored to present the show better and more complete than it’s ever been seen before, with two previously cut tracks returned to the running order and with sound newly remixed and mastered from the original multitrack tapes by The Doors’ engineer and co-producer Bruce Botnick. This is now the definitive edition of this famous performance. Live at the Bowl ‘68 is part of The Doors Digital Festival on Qello Concerts: www.QelloConcerts.com/vip/TheDoorsDigitalFestival

The Doors Digital Festival is a curated collection of concerts and documentaries of, not only The Doors, but also of other artists that fans of The Doors will love.

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