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Review by Gary Hill
This compilation disc is quite strong. There is really a lot of great music here.

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This is an extremely interesting project. While it’s listed as a duo there are a number of guests (some quite notable).


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Review by Gary Hill
There are few people who haven't at least heard of Pink Floyd's The Wall. I would hazard to say that those who have never heard the album are in the minority as well.
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The Doors - Classic Albums: The Doors DVD
Review by Gary Hill
You just can't go wrong with this DVD series. They start off by picking only albums that truly deserve the "classic" label - and that's a great thing.
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Blue Öyster Cult - Extraterrestrial Live
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Released in 1982, this album is a very solid chronicle of a BOC live during the height of their career. Combining prog elements with accessible hooks and potent metal, this album definitely qualifies as prog metal.
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The Doors - Feast of Friends BluRay
Review by G. W. Hill

So, the idea behind this was that The Doors chose to make what they called “an imaginary” documentary that just sort of happened around them.


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Blue Öyster Cult - Imaginos
Review by John Pierpoint

Rarely has an album divided fans as much as BOC's Imaginos.


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The Doors - Live at the Bowl '68 BluRay
Review by G. W. Hill

OK, let’s get the first thing out here - "The Doors Live at the Hollywood Bowl" is not the same as this.


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The Doors - Live in Boston 1970
Review by Gary Hill
The Doors were often times a study in contradictions. So, too, is this CD set. They are high points and low points – brilliant things and useless things.
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The Doors - Live in Europe 1968 DVD
Review by Gary Hill
Previously out of print and just reissued by Eagle Entertainment, this DVD is a study in contrasts. On the one hand, the performances here are magical, psychedelic Doors extravaganza.
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The Doors - Mr. Mojo Risin': The Story of L.A. Woman BluRay
Review by G. W. Hill

Certainly the Doors were an important and highly influential band.


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William Shatner - Ponder the Mystery
Review by G. W. Hill

The last couple albums from William Shatner have landed in my “best of” lists for those two years.


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The Doors - R-Evolution BluRay
Review by G. W. Hill

This is an intriguing collection of Doors rarities.


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Various Artists - Songs of the Century: An All-Star Tribute To Supertramp
Review by G. W. Hill

I am a big fan of pretty much anything Billy Sherwood is involved with and I love Supertramp, so when I heard Sherwood was in charge of assembling an all star tribute to Supertramp, I was excited.


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Nik Turner - Space Fusion Odyssey
Review by G. W. Hill

I was not expecting this set. It’s an instrumental album.


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The Doors - The Doors (40th Anniversary remix/reissue)
Review by Julie Knispel
The mid to late 1960’s saw a sudden emergence of rock bands reacting to the sounds and styles brought over as part of the British Invasion. From folk inflected psychedelic rock (The Byrds, some Grateful Dead) to full flight psychedelia (Jefferson Airplane), the reaction was swift and decisive.
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Various Artists - The Rift - Dark Side of the Moon (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Review by Gary Hill
This new soundtrack album features some killer music. It leans on the space rock, trippy side of the equation.

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The Doors - Waiting for the Sun (40th Anniversary Remix)
Review by Julie Knispel
Waiting for the Sun was the Door’s first number 1 selling album, reaching that lofty position on release in 1968. In many ways, this was both a boon and a bane.
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The Doors - When You’re Strange – A Film about the Doors DVD
Review by Gary Hill
In some ways this documentary parallels Oliver Stone’s film. In some ways it moves past that one, taking a more in-depth look at the other three members of the group.

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