NEW - The Doors, Absolutely Deluxe Edition
Absolutely Live is the first live album by American rock band the Doors, released July 20, 1970 by Elektra Records. The double album features tracks recorded at concerts between July 1969 at the Aquarius Theater in Hollywood and May 1970 in Detroit. The album included the first full release of Celebration of the Lizard and five tracks that had not previously appeared on any official release. Lead singer Jim Morrison alludes to his arrest during a performance in Miami on March 1, 1969. The album peaked at number eight on the Billboard 200 in May 1970.
The album was reissued as a single disc set by Elektra in 1996 with new artwork different from the original LP. It was re-issued in its original double vinyl format in 2012.