Janis Joplin ‎– I Got Dem Ol’ Kozmic Blues Again Mama! (LP 1969)


Janis Joplin ‎– I Got Dem Ol’ Kozmic Blues Again Mama! (LP Columbia ‎– KCS 9913, 1969).
Produtor – Gabriel Agency.
Genre: Rock, Blues Rock
I Got Dem Ol ‘Kozmic Blues Again Mama! “Is considered the debut solo album by Janis Joplin . In it, there is a change of style compared to previous recordings, changing it more to a soul-rock.
With the participation of the band Kozmic Blues Band, the metal arrangements give a soulful and bluesy sound. From the album, we particularly highlight the themes “To Love Somebody”, “Try” and “Little Girl Blue”.
This LP by Janis Joplin, is one of the most beautiful and intense documents of the sentimental feelings of the human being .
Janis com a Kozmic Blues Band.
Janis Lyn Joplin (Port Arthur, January 19, 1943 – Los Angeles / California, October 4, 1970), best known only as Janis Joplin , was an American singer and songwriter. Considered the “Queen of Rock and Roll”, “The Greatest Rock singer of the 60s” or “The greatest blues and soul singer of her generation,” she achieved prominence in the late 1960s as the lead singer of the group Big Brother and the Holding Company and subsequently as a solo artist, along with his supporting bands, Kozmic Blues and Full Tilt Boogie.
Known for her scratchy and rough voice, she began by attracting attention at shows at the North Beach Coffee Gallery in San Francisco in 1963.
In 1966 she became the lead singer of Big Brother And The Holding Company, with whom she achieved fame. His performance at the Monterey Pop Festival in June 1967 boosted his career decisively. The unique version of “Ball and Chain” captured on video was one of the unforgettable moments of the singer’s career. Two albums resulted from the collaboration with Big Brother: Big Brother And The Holding Company (1967) and Cheap Thrills (1968). They date from this period the classics “Piece Of My Heart” and “Ball And Chain”.
Tracks / Tracklist:
A1 Try (Just A Little Bit Harder) (J. Ragovoy – C. Taylor)
A2 Maybe (R. Barrett)
A3 One Good Man (J. Joplin)
A4 As Good As You’ve Been To This World (N. Gravenites)
B1 To Love Somebody (B. Gibb – R. Gibb)
B2 Kozmic Blues (J. Joplin – G. Agency)
B3 Little Girl Blue (Gabriel Mekler, L. Hart – R. Rodgers)
B4 Work Me, Lord (N. Gravenites)
Musicians Stakeholders / Personnel:
Voice – Janis Joplin
Saxophone Baritono – Cornelius “Snooky” Flowers
Low – Brad Campbell
Bateria – Lonnie Castille, Maury Baker
Guitarra – Sam Andrew
Órgãos – Gabriel Agency, Richard Kermode
Tenor Saxophone – Terry Clements (2)
Trumpets – Luis Gasca
Voices of Support – Snooky, Sam