Season Two Episode 3

Jim Morrison Turns Obscene and Destructive, While Iggy Pop Sees the Future.

As the peace-and-love revolution starts to sweep the nation, Jim Morrison counters with a revolution of his own. He calls the hippies’ bluff with acts of destruction, defiance, and debauchery. His reputation as a cockeyed troublemaker grows, from L.A. to San Francisco to Detroit, where a young and impressionable Iggy Pop has his own epiphany.

Sources: No One Here Gets Out Alive, by Jerry Hopkins & Danny Sugerman The Lizard King: The Essential Jim Morrison, by Jerry Hopkins Becoming Elektra: The True Story of Jac Holzman’s Visionary Record Label, by Mick Houghton The Doors Interactive Chronological History Elmer Valentine, co-founder of Whisky a Go Go, dies at 85 Live at the Whisky Reliving the Human Be-In 50 Years Later Human Beings, Being Together All the Human Be-In Was Saying 50 Years Ago, Was Give Peace a Chance The Doors’ Disaster at Michigan University of Michigan - 10/20/1967 BAM Interview with Paul Rothchild

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