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Published on Aug 20, 2010
Tue.Mar.7 - Thu. 9 1967 The Doors start a four day engagement at The Matrix, San Francisco. This is a relatively small club, seating just over 100 people, which features many of the prominent Bay Area Bands. It attracts many touring bands as well, by the prospect of multiple night bookings. The Matrix was opened in 1965 by, among others, Marty Balin of The Jefferson Airplane. The Matrix is a mainstay on the San Francisco Scene until 1971.
By Doors standards, these are rather sedate shows. The atmosphere is very intimate in this club, in comparison to the the ballrooms which are attracting huge crowds at this time. They are content with minimal fanfare, although Jim does inject poetry into some of the longer pieces. Many songs have been performed several times in diffrent versions.
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