Pearl is the second and final solo studio album by Janis Joplin, released posthumously in January 1971. It was the final album with her direct participation, and the only Joplin album recorded with the Full Tilt Boogie Band, her final touring unit. It peaked at number one on the Billboard 200, holding that spot for nine weeks. It has been certified quadruple platinum by the RIAA.
Musician, Vocals – Janis Joplin. Photography By, Design – Barry Feinstein, Tom Wilkes (2). Producer – Paul A. Rothchild. The album cover has a foil type appearance. Included a folded insert with a discography and biography in Japanese. Various differences in mix and altered lyrics on some of the songs, versus the common stereo and cd versions.
Janis Joplin A Woman Left Lonely lyrics chord letra cifra tradução Álbum Pearl Full Tilt Boogie Band 1970 A Woman Left Lonely Tom: A (parte I), F (parte II. .Janis Joplin & Full Tilt Boogie Band. 2 April 2018 ·. Janis Joplin Houses Documentary As casas de Janis Joplin Documentário 16/10/16. 31 March 2018 ·. Janis Joplin & Full Tilt Boogie Band added a cover video.
Janis Joplin Format: Vinyl. The original "Pearl" album that I bought was the first album I ever owned. My husband surprised me with this new copy. We had not heard a new album in 30(?) years. Records sound so good.
Janis Joplin with Full Tilt Boogie - Cry Baby 03:58. Janis Joplin (With Full Tilt Boogie) - Cry Baby (Live) (Previously Unreleased) 06:30. Janis Joplin with Full Tilt Boogie - Try (Just A Little Bit Harder) 06:52. Janis Joplin (With Full Tilt Boogie) - Try (Just A Little Bit Harder) (Live) (Previously Unreleased) 06:52. Janis Joplin with Full Tilt Boogie - Buried Alive In The Blues 02:27. Janis Joplin (With Full Tilt Boogie) - Move Over 03:43. Janis Joplin with Full Tilt Boogie - Honolulu, Hawaii 7/6/70 58:33.
Janis Joplin's second masterpiece (after Cheap Thrills), Pearl was designed as a showcase for her powerhouse vocals, stripping down the arrangements that had often previously cluttered her music or threatened to drown her out. Thanks also to a more consistent set of songs, the results are magnificent - given room to breathe, Joplin's trademark rasp conveys an aching, desperate passion on funked-up, bluesy rockers, ballads both dramatic and tender, and her signature song, the posthumous number one hit "Me and Bobby McGee.