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Mor·ri·son

(mor'i-sŏn),
Ashton B., 20th-century Irish pathologist in the U.S. See: Verner-Morrison syndrome.
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Alan, author of the book I Remember Jim Morrison, said: "When I morphed the two photos together, I thought, 'Wow!' They both have the same amazing eyes, lips and nose.
Densmore previously published Riders on the Storm, a well-regarded biography that told the story of his relationship with Jim Morrison and The Doors.
Other rare and exclusive Fine Art Photography and limited edition vintage photographic prints from Frank Lisciandro's days of documenting Jim Morrison and The Doors are also available.
Manzarek: I have got a short Jim Morrison American haiku.
It includes images of stars such as Jim Morrison and John Lennon, and intimate portraits of McCartney family life.
If I were to simply vanish, a la Judge Crater or Jim Morrison, wouldn't interest in my books skyrocket?
From the Pill to Playboy to Jim Morrison to reality television and the Web, Streitmatter's social history explores the evolving sexual messages conveyed to Americans in print, film, broadcast, advertising, music, and online.
He wrote the Jim Morrison biography "No One Here Gets Out Alive" in 1981, which became a best seller.
Somehow Jones is inventive enough to tie in Jim Morrison and the high lonesome harmonies of the Louvin Brothers as the seedy scenes of life's highway unfolds.
Jim Morrison, lead singer with The Doors, who died of heart failure on July 3, aged 27, while taking a bath in his Paris flat.
(Other luminaries Jutra either befriended or worked with on his zigzagging path include: Norman McLaren, Francois Truffaut, Jean Rouch, Bernardo Bertoluc ci, and during a teaching stint at UCLA, Jim Morrison.)