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The belt that Jim Morrison made famous live with The Doors and in many of his photo shoots is called a "concho belt." A traditional concho belt is unique to the Zuni and the Diné (Navajo), the Pueblo tribes from the Southwestern United States.

The Doors <3  "Before you slip into unconsciousness, I'd like to have another kiss. Another lashing chance at bliss, another kiss, another kiss."

The Doors <3 "Before you slip into unconsciousness, I'd like to have another kiss. Another lashing chance at bliss, another kiss, another kiss."

Some rare Doors and Jim Morrison photos. - Classic Rockers Network

Some rare Doors and Jim Morrison photos. - Classic Rockers Network

With Stone the dog, Griffith Observatory photo shoot, Los Angeles 1968: Photo by Paul Ferrara (taken from John's The Doors Unhinged, quote by John Densmore)

With Stone the dog, Griffith Observatory photo shoot, Los Angeles 1968: Photo by Paul Ferrara (taken from John's The Doors Unhinged, quote by John Densmore)

If only I'd been there, and can you imagine, getting a ticket for $4???  How crazy is that?

If only I'd been there, and can you imagine, getting a ticket for $4??? How crazy is that?

Today in 1967, Jim Morrison is arrested at a concert in New Haven, Connecticut, after taunting police from the stage

Today in 1967, Jim Morrison is arrested at a concert in New Haven, Connecticut, after taunting police from the stage

Jim Morrison of The Doors “levitating” his girlfriend, Pamela Courson, in 1968.

Jim Morrison of The Doors “levitating” his girlfriend, Pamela Courson, in 1968.

People fear death even more than pain. It’s strange that they fear death. Life hurts a lot more than death. At the point of death, the pain is over. I guess it is a friend…» - Jim Morrison

People fear death even more than pain. It’s strange that they fear death. Life hurts a lot more than death. At the point of death, the pain is over. I guess it is a friend…» - Jim Morrison

The Doors in the Sam Houston Coliseum lobby in Houston, Texas on July 10, 1968. Photograph by Jim Cox.

The Doors in the Sam Houston Coliseum lobby in Houston, Texas on July 10, 1968. Photograph by Jim Cox.