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Printed in Eye Magazine May 1968Article written by Lillian Roxon Illustration by Michael Foreman

Jim Morrison

From Jim Morrison: Life, Death, Legend, by Stephen Davis:

Between sets [1967], an unusually attentive Andy Warhol was whispering to Jim and cajoling in his passive-aggressive manner, still trying to get Jim to get naked on camera. Warhol lackey Eric Emerson found girls to spend the night with Jim at the Albert Hotel, on Tenth Street and Fifth Avenue.