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Angels Dance and Angels Die (The Tragic Romance of Pamela and Jim Morrison) If you are a Jim Morrison fan then this book is great. There's a lot more info on Pam in this book then all of the others I've ever read. This book was given to me by my best friend who is now among the angels. By far one of my favorites. Chaussures De Danse Pour Le Tango, Rock Angels Dance Angels Dance Angels Dance, Le Spcialiste De La Chaussure De Danse, Propose Des Chaussures Pour Les Danses De Catgories Rock Swing, Danse De Salon, Danses Latines, Danses Basques Et Aussi Des Chaussures De Danse Spcialement Conues Pour Le Tango Argentin Nos Chaussures Sont Entirement Fabriques Par Des Professionnels, Soucieux De La Qualit Et Du Confort Des Danseurs Nous Sommes Angel S DanceIMDb Directed By David L Corley With Jim Belushi, Sheryl Lee, Kyle Chandler, Frank John Hughes A Young Hitman Is Asked To Prove Himself By Killing An Innocent Woman Angels Dance And Angels Die The Tragic Romance Of PamelaAngels Dance And Angels Die The Tragic Romance Of Pamela And Jim Morrison, Patricia Butler, Omnibus Des Milliers De Livres Avec La Livraison Chez Vous Enjour Ou En Magasin Avec % De Rduction Iona And The Angels Dance YouTubevideos Play All Mix Iona And The Angels Dance YouTube Iona Let Your Glory Fall Duration Rodrigo LuizviewsAngels Dance Louhossoa Articles De Danse Adresse Angels Dance Louhossoa Clubs De Gymnastique Articles De Danse Adresse, Photos, Retrouvez Les Coordonnes Et Informations Sur Le Professionnel Chaussures De Danse Latine Angels Dance Angels Dance Angels Dance, Le Spcialiste De La Chaussure De Danse, Propose Des Chaussures Pour Les Danses De Catgories Rock Swing, Danse De Salon, Danses Latines, Danses Basques Et Aussi Des Chaussures De Danse Spcialement Conues Pour Le Tango Argentin Nos Chaussures Sont Entirement Fabriques Par Des Professionnels, Soucieux De La Qualit Et Du Confort Des Danseurs Nous Sommes Angels Dance Cultura A Never Before Published Novella Set In The World Of Nalini Singh S Guild Hunter Series Warrior Angels, Vampire Hunters And Angels Gone Bad Heat Up This Altogether Sizzling Paranormal Alternate Universe, From The Bestselling Author Nalini Angels DANCE Studio Accueil Facebook Angels DANCE Studiostrovolou,Nicosie Note Desur La Base Deavis What A Great Place For Children And Adults That Want To Learn And Many years ago I was a long haired musician wandering Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood, California. Jim Morrison had been dead for a decade and Ms. Courson for almost as long. I had liked The Doors music, but I was far too young when Morrison's problems were in the News to be aware of them. I remembered that he died around the time that Jimi Hendrix. During my flirtation with Rock in the youth driven Hollywood of the 1980's, the band I was with became the house band at Gazzarri's on the Strip for awhile and during that time I got to know the late Bill Gazzarri pretty well and he knew Jim Morrison and Pamela Courson (Bill still had a pair of shoes behind the bar that he made Jim wear when he cruised the Blvd).

Over the years since I have read some of the biographies on Morrison. None of the books seemed to speak of the people that Bill, or others I met in Hollywood, remembered. Everyone of these biographies seemed to have an ax to grind about these two hippies. First off, Jim Morrison was a drinker, not a stoner. Pamela was actually pretty well liked outside the nastiness of the other Doors and their hanger ons. That is the point though is it not, history is usually told by it's survivors and the remaining Doors were a pretty pathetic group of garage band types who only had a chance at fame because of Morrison. When he was gone, their time was over.

Butler took six years to research her book and she takes a different view of the two. She paints the picture of Morrison that was more familiar to those I had spoken to on the strip. Jim was a man caught between the Beat poets and the psychedelic rockers of the 1960's. He was bridging the gap between two groups and might have been more in line with Jack Kerouac partying on Sunset, than the other West Coast Rockers he was associated with. No wonder why he was a loner, who separated the different groups he befriended. Pamela was really a loner too, and somehow they were able to ignite each other's passion. Perhaps, it is because in many ways they were both out of place on Sunset Blvd...I have seen that before too. I can forgive Patricia Butler for falling in love with Pamela by the end of her book, I fell in love with her too and maybe it is not a bad thing to try and understand that Courson, like everyone else had her good days and bad, but like The Doors she lost her shinning star on that hot day in Paris and lost her way. If you want to continue to hate her, that is your choice. You are not hurting her anymore, but read the book with an open mind and see what you feel at the conclusion of the story.

Butler interviews many of the people who knew them that were not just work associates. It is nice to see that time had also passed and some of the other Doors had better things to say, now that they were facing their own mortality. In the end there was nothing supernatural about their lives, they were on a collision course with death, as their whole generation was. They had passion, they had adventure and I cannot help but envy their innocence. By the time it was my time, my age group was already jaded in our twenties. The fifties exploded into the sixties and then dribbled into the seventies and eighties. I have only had a little view of that time through a glass darkly, but Ms Butler's book widened that view somewhat not only on the subject intended, but on the place that for a decade I called home and for that I am indebted to her.

I highly recommend the book for anyone who is intrigued by Morrison or interested in that particular time in either Hollywood or the music industry. I live near where she grew up so I got better stories from my chemistry teacher but this book is still really good! One of the best books I've read so far about the Doors. It gave Jim and Pam more depth to their personalities I thought rather than some of the onedimensional stuff I've read and seen. I thought it was wellresearched This book looks sugary on the outside, but the author certainly did her research. She is a main source for many of the betterknown Morrison biographies. Essential Doors reading. For all my morbidness, I love love and what Jim and Pam had was the real deal, no matter how screwed up it usually was. I loved how he reffered to Pam as his "cosmic mate". *swoon* :) While the stories of how they met may differ, one thing was clear from the very beginning – Jim and Pam were meant to be. Jim was only beginning to move into music then, his band The Doors working hard to build a career. Pamela was with him every step of the way not only supporting his dreams but becoming muse for both his lyrics and poetry. They became a famous duo among the Laurel Canyon crowd, living in “the house on Love Street”. While they were famous for being great lovers they were also famous for their constant fights and Jim’s out of control alcohol use. As Pamela once said, “There were a lot of people who pretended to be close to Jim, but I was the only one who had the nerve to stand up to him.” They may both have had a dark side, but their love for one another was pure. Pamela was one of the very few people Jim trusted to bare his true self to and they both knew no matter how many fights, or flings the pair may have had, they would always have each other.

As The Doors rose to great success so did Jim’s alcoholism, leading to tensions within the band as well as numerous arrests and court cases. By 1971, Jim & Pamela knew in order to regain control of their lives, they had to get away from the chaos surrounding them. They decided to move to Paris, even though they both didn’t speak a word of French. They had each other after all, and that’s all they needed. Within 4 months Pamela would awake to find Jim had passed away in the night. A piece of Pamela died that night as well, though she stuck around long enough to fight the legal battles to ensure Jim legacy and wishes not be forgotten. They would both be deceased by age 27, though their love story has filled our airwaves and libraries ever since. As Ray Manzarek said “Pamela and Jim are going to go down in the history books as great lovers and people are going to be writing plays about them. It’s Romeo & Juliet, it’s Heloise & Abelard, it’s Jim & Pam.”

There have been many books written about Jim which discuss Pamela, and there are many conflicting stories about their lives together. I had read many of these before but it wasn’t until reading Patricia Butler’s book Angels Dance & Angels Die that I felt Pamela got a fair representation.

Anyone who wishes to learn more about these gorgeous rock n roll lovers can head over to Muses & Stuff as we recently dedicated an episode to the pair. I absolutely loved this. I learnt some things about Jim that I never knew about before and it certainly made me understand why he acted the way he did during the last years of his life.

I think Pam & Jim were soulmates and they always will be. they were perfect for each other. I love the idea that they went through so much together, yet in the end they stayed together because their love outweighed all of the bad times.


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