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Frank Lisciandro is a documentary filmmaker and photographer. He attended the UCLA Film School with Jim Morrison and Doors’ keyboardist Ray Manzarek, and later collaborated with Morrison on his two films—Feast of Friends and HWY. A close friend and confidante of Jim, he was the co-producer of the Grammy-nominated album, An American Prayer, which featured Morrison’s spoken word poetry with musical backing by the three surviving Doors. In 1982, he released his first photo book, An Hour for Magic, which featured more than 100 photos and personal anecdotes about his work, travels and friendship with Morrison. In the late Eighties, on behalf of the Morrison Estate, Lisciandro went through the vaults containing Morrison’s personal writings and co-edited two volumes of previously unreleased Morrison poetry for Villard Books: Wilderness (1989) and The American Night (1990). Lisciandro has made more than 25 documentary films and shown his photographs in the USA, Canada, England, France and Italy.

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HASH(0x9090bde0) étoiles sur 5 Absolutely Essential 25 janvier 2014
Par Jym Cherry - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
The perennial question for those who knew Jim Morrison is “what was he like?” Jim’s friends along with The Doors have spent a lifetime answering that question and in “Jim Morrison: Friends Gathered Together” Frank Lisciandro succeeds magnificently in answering that question and presenting the many facets of Jim Morrison.

In the spring and summer of 1990 Lisciandro, a film school friend of Jim Morrison and Ray Manazarek as well as editor for The Doors documentary “Feast of Friends” and collaborator on Morrison’s film “HWY,” endeavored to talk with and interview on the record Jim Morrison’s friends. These are the interviews that comprise “Jim Morrison: Friends Gathered Together.”

The interviews in “Friends Gathered Together” were also the raw material for Lisciandro’s 1991 book on Morrison “Feast of Friends.” The question has come up how “Friends Gathered Together” differs from Lisciandro’s ‘91 book? The answer is, “Feast of Friends” is only 178 pages while “Friends Gathered Together” is 376 pages. The interviews in “Friends Gathered Together” are the full, unabridged, unexpurgated (slightly edited, by journalist Steven Wheeler) interviews conducted by Lisciandro in 1991.

Many books mention the different aspects of Jim Morrison, but “Friends Gathered Together,” through the differing viewpoints of the interviewees the reader is able to see the habits, temperament, and eccentricities of Jim Morrison. If you want some insight into Morrison’s personality read the interviews with Phil O’Leno and Rich Linnell, if you want to know what the Sunset Strip scene was like in the 60’s read Ron Alan’s interview, if you’re looking for Jim Morrison, the poet, read Michael McClure’s, what was Pam Courson like on coming back from Paris after Morrison’s death read the interview with Cheri Siddons, what was Jim like as a lover, read the interview with Eva Gardonyi. That’s not to say the interviews aren’t multidimensional, you will find elements of all in every interview, and it is through the commonalties in their reports the reader can bring the picture of Jim Morrison into closer focus.

“Jim Morrison: Friends Gathered Together” is a great reference book for any Doors/Jim Morrison fan. The look into Jim Morrison‘s personality and life is unparalleled. The interviews are annotated with dates of events that the interviewees’ memories are weak on. I’m sure “Jim Morrison: Friends Gathered Together” is a book that will be kept close by and referenced regularly.

Jim Cherry writes The Doors Examiner.
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HASH(0x9090d048) étoiles sur 5 The Legitimate, Definitive Book on Jim Morrison 2 février 2014
Par Brad Durham - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Jim Morrison’s writings have had a profound impact on my thinking. When I first heard AN AMERICAN PRAYER in 1978, I knew Morrison was more than a rock star. For decades, books and films have offered confusing and misleading information about the poet, singer, and filmmaker. “Jim Morrison: Friends Gathered Together,” a book by Morrison’s friend and colleague Frank Lisciandro, finally offers a clear and definitive portrait of Jim Morrison. It is a necessary read that helps resolve the past distortions and assaults on Jim Morrison’s legacy.

Frank Lisciandro has gone into the vaults and given the reader an unabridged look at Jim Morrison from those who actually knew him. These memories are not forty-something years old. The friends' stories were first revealed in an abridged form in a book Lisciandro published in 1991. The full and complete versions of their stories bring more focus and clarity to the picture of Jim Morrison the person than anything else I have read. (And I believe I have read virtually all of the books and articles.)

“Jim Morrison: Friends Gathered Together” answers the question, “what was Jim Morrison really like?” For people like me, who have spent long decades cross-referencing books and films in a search for the real Jim Morrison, this ground-breaking book is revealing and reassuring. Yes, Jim Morrison was more than a rock star. Lisciandro allows the people who knew him best to tell you who he really was.
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HASH(0x9090d00c) étoiles sur 5 ...the best book about Jim Morrison 27 janvier 2014
Par jlo - Publié sur
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This book is a collection of conversations that Frank Liciandro had with friends and colleagues of Jim Morrison.

These accounts illustrate who this man was -- warts and all. One topic discussed time and time again is his amazing sense of humor -- something that is probably not associated with Jim Morrison. These stories describe a man who is the polar opposite of the lunatic portrayed in the Oliver Stone movie. This book is a must read for someone who wants to try to understand this amazingly talented person and have an insight into what made him tick; from people who were there and who were witness to both Jim Morrison's history and the history of the 60s and early 70s.

It is the best book I've read about Jim Morrison because it contains the words of people who do not have anything to gain by clouding what happened with sensational stories. The conversations feel like those between friends, fondly reminiscing about the past. Every one of these conversations is interesting to read.

Finally, a REAL glimpse into who this talented poet, artist and singer was.
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HASH(0x9090d300) étoiles sur 5 Jim Morrison up front and personal 1 avril 2014
Par Beth Taylor - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
i liked that by the end of the book I felt I had hung around with Jim for a little while. Doesn't get much better than that.
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HASH(0x9090d360) étoiles sur 5 The Real Jim Morrison 8 avril 2014
Par Jack - Publié sur
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Frank Lisciandro gets to the heart of what everyone wants to know. "What was Jim Morrison really like?" No Oliver Stone hype here. No secondhand accounts. Frank talks directly with the people who knew Jim best. I've read most of the books out there regarding Jim. This is a solid read. Highly recommended for those looking to catch a glimpse of the real Jim Morrison.
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