Various - Songs Of Janis Joplin - All Blues'd Up! mp3 album
13 stunning new blues style interprétations of the song of Janis Joplin.
Janis Joplin: This Ain't No Tribute Series - All Blues'd Up! is an unusual way to pay tribute (or apparently not pay tribute) to the music surrounding Janis Joplin, whether it be songs that she wrote or just performed. Offering new versions of "Piece of My Heart," "Mercedes Benz," and many others, the album features modern electric blues artists like Taj Mahal and Tracy Nelson delivering fairly straightforward blues renditions of these songs. Joplin was heavily influenced by the genre, but her music was more soulful than the renditions offered here
1. What Good Can Drinkin' Do - Tracy Nelson. 10. Turtle Blues - Lynn Jordan. 11. Try (Just a Little Bit Harder) - Cathy Richardson, Sugar Blue. 12. Me & Bobby McGee - Sly Johnson.
All Bluesed Up - Songs of Janis Joplin. Your browser does not support the audio element. Try (Just a Little Bit Harder).
Blow All My Blues Away is a nine-disc compilation album by Janis Joplin. The album gathers rare, unreleased and alternate songs and performances by Joplin, from her very first live recordings in 1962 until 1970. Disc 1 – The Early Years 1962-63. John Riley's Home, Austin, Texas 1962. What Good Can Drinkin' Do". Threadgill's Bar, Austin, Texas 1962. San Francisco Bay Blues". I'll Drown In My Own Tears".
Janis Joplin (1/19/43 - 10/4/70) wasn't much of a songwriter. Joplin found most of her best cuts in various genres that spanned a number of eras: R&B, country and even in the Great American Songbook. In 1968 she wrote and recorded 'Ball and Chain,' and super-fan Joplin quickly picked up on it, recording a searing version of the song on Big Brother and the Holding Company's 'Cheap Thrills' album the same year. Originally Performed by Garnet Mimms & the Enchanters. Joplin had a hand in writing only two songs on her 1969 debut solo album, 'I Got Dem Ol' Kozmic Blues Again Mama!,' choosing instead to cover a bunch of old soul and blues classics, like the Chantels' 1958 girl-group hit 'Maybe,' one of the best pop songs ever made.
Janis Lyn Joplin (January 19, 1943 – October 4, 1970) was an American singer, songwriter and music arranger. She rose to prominence in the late 1960s as the lead singer of Big Brother and the Holding Company and later as a solo artist.
Otis Clay - Blues Down Deep: The Songs Of Janis Joplin Album. Send "Otis Clay" Ringtones to your Cell. Album: Blues Down Deep: The Songs Of Janis Joplin. 0. 1. Piece of My Heart.
|1||–Tracy Nelson||What Good Can Drinkin' Do|
|2||–Tad Robinson||Move Over|
|3||–Etta James||Ball And Chain|
|4||–Otis Clay||Piece Of My Heart|
|5||–Cathy Richardson & Sugar Blue||Try (Just A Little Bit Harder)|
|6||–Syl Johnson||Me And Bobby McGee|
|7||–Paul Black||Down On Me|
|8||–Lynn Jordan||Turtle Blues|
|9||–Koko Taylor||Get It While You Can|
|11||–Willie Kent||Trouble In Mind|
|12||–Lou Ann Barton||One Good Man|
|13||–Taj Mahal||Mercedes Benz|
Notes13 stunning new blues style interprétations of the song of Janis Joplin.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 8717278720029
|HOBD 1251||Various||Blues Down Deep: Songs Of Janis Joplin (CD, Comp)||House Of Blues||HOBD 1251||US||1997|
|51416 1251 2||Various||Blues Down Deep - Songs Of Janis Joplin (This Ain't No Tribute) (CD, Comp)||House Of Blues Music Company||51416 1251 2||US||1999|
|VICP-60891||Various||Blues Down Deep - Songs Of Janis Joplin (This Ain't No Tribute) (CD, Comp)||House Of Blues Music Company||VICP-60891||US||1999|
|CPD-CD-7784||Various||Songs Of Janis Joplin - All Blues'd Up! (CD, Comp, RE)||eOne||CPD-CD-7784||US||2011|
|PN 1145||Various||Songs Of Janis Joplin - All Blues'd Up! (CD, Comp, Unofficial)||Not On Label||PN 1145||Russia||Unknown|