The Doors Mr. Mojo Risin': The Making of L.A. Woman Documentary Film Screening
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The last date listed for The Doors Mr. Mojo Risin': The Making of L.A. Woman was Friday January 20, 2012 / 7:30pm.
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St. Patrick's Day falls on Monday this year, but you can still get your green beer and corned beef on "St. Practice Day" -- aka Saturday, March 15. The Queen Mary is hosting Shamrock 'N' Roll, a night of live music, pub games, Irish food, and of course, the ubiquitous green beer. Bands include The Mansfield Band (featuring Irish singer Anita Mansfield and Emmy-winning bass player Damon Stout), The MVPs (who have appeared with acts such as Santana, Ray Charles and more), Green Ashes, Craic Haus (an Irish rockabilly band), Dublin Public and Them Novus. And if you're worried about sacrificing basketball for partying, don't be. They'll be showing the conference tournament championship games on the ship. Full schedule is below. Learn More
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Featured review from Bruce FisherRed Velvet
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The Egyptian Theater was a fantastic setting for a tremendous rock documentary about the making of L.A. Woman. This 40th Anniversary premiere was a rocking celebration of the Doors legacy. The appearance of Robbie Krieger and Ray Manzarek enhanced the evening by providing personal insight and anecdotes. Engineer Bruce Botnick discussed the creative approach and production process.
Quotes & Highlights
- See the <a target="_blank" href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sMovI131FgU">promo trailer</a> for the film on YouTube.
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