Last night, The Doors performed at Maginolia near Shorty’s Ice House. I almost missed it because I had too much of that delicious Sayuri sake with my sushi lunch. mmm. ok, ok.
There was a large crowd at Maginolia, over 40 peeps. Tight Whiteberry assumed the role of Jim Morrison and drove — we’re talking hard drive! — the audience through a Doors concert which included the legendary “exposure” incident at Dinner Key Auditorium in Coconut Grove, Florida (hey, I grew up running wild in the Grove).
Thor Effingham assumed the role of the pig who arrested Jim when he whipped out his tool. I was lucky enough to have Tight-Jim put his self and magnificent tool right in front of my self — OMG! — but I won’t be discussing my behavior while I was around that thing.
When I think about old timey rock & roll, three names come to my mind: Chuck Berry, The Doors and I can’t remember the third… oh yeah, The Stones. hehe. Hey, Jim Morrison lives again everytime there is a Doors revival. When you toss a term like “classic” on rock & roll, it starts to take on that geezer quality, but I can’t think of a better word to describe this great music other than classic. Jim Morrison and The Doors should be resurrected as often as possible!
Hugzzz to Magi McBride and the Shorty’s Gang for staging this event!! HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!