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  • mcfirefly

    If I found it, I might try to post it on a free site somewhere, or get some likely party to publish it online. It is an interesting and important part of the history of those times and it ought to be published. I think Jim had a love/hate relationship with his folks and his sibs but he did love them and miss them. I think the Morrisons seem like good people. When they moved back to California it was probably good for Jim, but likely many old differences were still between them. I think his brother, who had been an enemy, became a friend; he'd grown up a lot since he was 13. As far as his dad being in the Gulf of Tonkin deception is concerned, listen to the recordings of the "attack" being reported (on YouTube). The officer doing the reporting sounds very not-into-it, as if he didn't want to be saying what he was saying. Just a sad, tragic event.

    27 Giu 2011 Rispondi
  • mcfirefly

    Hi, SaintSubversive, Jim's dad, famous for the flagship (?) of the Gulf of Tonkin incident, and for the erroneous idea that Jim hated him, had an interview in Look magazine in late1970 or (probably) early 1971, in the issue titled (I believe) The Navy in Vietnam. In it, Admiral Morrison said that the US should get out of Vietnam for the primary reason that kids sent over there were becoming addicted to drugs. He thought that America should get out of Vietnam because it was worsening the drug problem. No mention was made of his relationship to Jim, which is absolutely as it should be. But in a photo of the drug treatment center, a poster of Jim was on the wall. Curiously, this article, which should be online, is not. It would be so useful for drug and Vietnam war researchers and of course to Jim's fans. I haven't been able to find a listing of that mag and its contents online, either, but it definitely existed. So, if you are interested and able, you might look for this document.

    27 Giu 2011 Rispondi
  • Difuzija

    Hello there :-)

    29 Set 2009 Rispondi
  • Bluntgard

    Where ya been?

    8 Gen 2009 Rispondi
  • saintsubversive

    George Stephen Morrison, father of Jim Morrison, died early Monday morning, November 17th, 2008. Rest in peace, Admiral.

    20 Nov 2008 Rispondi
  • Bluntgard

    OI OI OI! Tryin to find me Droogies, ya seen 'em? LOL ROCK ON BRO!

    14 Nov 2008 Rispondi
  • X-Fan

    Yeah, will be happy to talk with you too :P

    14 Nov 2008 Rispondi
  • saintsubversive

    FILTER - LIVE AT CLUB UNDERGROUND RENO, NEVADA - SEPTEMBER 17TH, 2008 NOW AVAILABLE ON YOUTUBE IN 12 SEGMENTS GO TO THE CHANNEL OF "SAINTSUBVERSIVE"

    13 Nov 2008 Rispondi
  • saintsubversive

    RIP MITCH MITCHELL, ONE OF THE GREATS!

    13 Nov 2008 Rispondi
  • saintsubversive

    Read my first Journal entry, with speculation about the true meaning of Filter's "Hey Man Nice Shot".

    11 Nov 2008 Rispondi
  • nine4ever

    http://www.lastfm.it/group/Richard+Patrick

    9 Nov 2008 Rispondi
  • saintsubversive

    Hi folks, I am Don Alex from Subterranean Cinema. Feel free to leave a shout, send a message, or email me directly. Watch my video creations on my "saintsubversive" YouTube channel. Thanks and rock on! :) subcin@aol.com

    8 Nov 2008 Rispondi
  • saintsubversive

    Glad to be here! :)

    8 Nov 2008 Rispondi
  • LAST.HQ

    Welcome aboard, saintsubversive! Happy listening.

    8 Nov 2008 Rispondi

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I am the webmaster of a popular site called SUBTERRANEAN CINEMA, devoted to the study of rare cult films. Im always looking to connect with other film and music fans, so feel free to leave me a shout, make me a friend, and email me directly if you want. I am aka "Don Alex" on Facebook, and @subcin on Twitter.