Limited 180gm vinyl LP pressing. The ninth studio album by The Doors and posthumously features Jim Morrison. The band reunited seven years after Morrison's death and five years after the remaining members broke up. They recorded backing tracks over Morrison's poetry (originally recorded 1969-1970). Other pieces of music and audio include dialogue from Morrison's film HWY: An American Pastoral and snippets from jam sessions. Other pieces of music and spoken word recorded by the Doors and Morrison were also used in the audio collage, such as dialogue from Morrison's film HWY: An American Pastoral and snippets from jam sessions. The album also includes a composite live version of "Roadhouse Blues", splicing together performances at New York City's Felt Forum and Detroit's Cobo Hall, both captured during the Doors' 1970 Roadhouse Blues Tour. This version of the song later appeared on the In Concert compilation.