Clip from an interview with Jim Morrison on what he believed was the future of music.
Listening to Morrison interviews are always interesting. He’s most famous for grandiose quotes and bizarre stories. Jim was known to put on a “front” for interviewers, and rarely liked displaying what he really meant to them. This is part of the reason why listening to his interviews is so interesting, it’s like digging for the truth and the real human being behind the drunken rambling, the philosophical insights and the tall tales. I believe that perhaps often Jim didn’t really know what he truly thought, or what the truth really was, that somehow the front he displayed for those around him intermingled with the human being beneath it all.

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