No One Here Gets Out Alive

The story of the Doors
Added on 03/31/2006
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NewYoRican
09/25/2014

No One Here Gets Out Alive 4

It was pretty good. It's not as cerebral as Stephen Douglas book,but it's interesting in that one of the authors actually hung out with Morrison.

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Djahuti
03/31/2006

No One Here Gets Out Alive 3

Presents a slightly narrow view of Morrison and the other Doors,but is an enjoyable read.In my opinion,co-author Danny Sugarman is a somewhat glorified "hanger on" who has made a career out of the time he spent with the band.There are much better and more insightful books,but this is the one that gave others the impetus to do more thorough research and dig deeper.

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FranksWildYear s
03/31/2006

No One Here Gets Out Alive 5

Well researched and written account of the Doors that was the basis of the Oliver Stone Film.

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