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Pearl [CD] 2005

Pearl [CD] 2005
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Description: CD 2005. Remastered. Pearl is the fourth and final album by Janis Joplin, released on February 1, 1971. Four months after her death from a heroin overdose. It is her first album recorded with Full Tilt Boogie Band. ... (more)
Manufacturer: Columbia
Release date: 1 February 2005
EAN: 0827969028223 UPC: 827969028223
Tags: Music Mecca 16 (1), Folk Rock (1), Classic Rock (1), Vinyl (1), Usa (1), Blues-Rock (1), Folk-rock (1)
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"One of rock's most misunderstood artists, Janis Joplin was often portrayed as victim, a dysfunctional mess who only fronted a band, who didn't have the power to call the shots. Until Pearl. In 1971, with Monterey Pop, Woodstock, and Festival Express behind her, the vision of blues, rock and soul coming together with a band that could follow her was realized. It was her high point, and tragically, she didn't live to see it. Janis had put the band together — saying "it's my band, it's finally my"

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