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Joplin Janis Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Joplin Janis Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Trouble In Mind
2 To Love Somebody
3 River Jordan
4 Moanin' At Midnight
5 Farewell Song
6 Kozmic Blues
7 Coo-Coo
8 Misery 'n
9 C'mon Baby Let the Good Times Roll
10 Piece of My Heart
11 Summertime
12 Black Mountain Blues
13 Road Block
14 Tell Mama
15 I'll Drown In My Own Tears
16 A Woman Left Lonely
17 Me & Bobby McGee
18 Stealin'
19 Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out
20 My Baby
21 Oh, Sweet Mary
22 Crazy Once You Know How
23 No Reason For Livin'
24 Trust Me
25 All Is Loneliness
26 Walk Right In
27 Dear Landlord
28 Oh My Soul
29 Blindman
30 What Good Can Drinkin' Do
31 Ego Rock
32 One Night Stand
33 Bye, Bye Baby
34 Turtle Blues
35 Winin' Boy
36 As Good As You’ve Been to This World
37 Raise Your Hand
38 Call on Me
39 Flower in the Sun
40 Caterpillar
41 Careless Love
42 Little Girl Blue
43 Gutra's Garden
44 St. James Infirmary
45 Daddy, Daddy, Daddy
46 Maybe
47 Harry
48 Down on Me
49 One Good Man
50 Hey Baby
51 Whisperman
52 Easy Rider
53 Kansas City Blues
54 Hi Heel Sneakers
55 Intruder
56 Mary Jane
57 Try (Just a Little Bit Harder)
58 I Can't Turn You Loose
59 Cry Baby
60 Light Is Faster Than Sound
61 Mississippi River
62 Work Me, Lord
63 I Know You Rider
64 Get it While You Can
65 The Last Time
66 Amazing Grace
67 It's a Deal
68 Half Moon
69 Women Is Losers
70 San Francisco Bay Blues
71 Blow my mind
72 Magic of Love
73 Ball and Chain
74 See See Rider
75 Bo Diddley
76 Mercedes Benz
77 Combination of the Two
78 Silver Threads and Golden Needles
79 Catch Me Daddy
80 Move Over
81 I Need a Man to Love

Joplin Janis Bio

Janis Lyn Joplin (/ˈdʒɒplɪn/; January 19, 1943 – October 4, 1970) was an American singer considered the premier female blues vocalist of the Sixties; her raw, powerful and uninhibited singing style, combined with her turbulent and emotional lifestyle, made her one of the biggest female stars in her lifetime. She died of a drug overdose in 1970, aged 27, after releasing three albums. A fourth album, Pearl, was released a little more than three months after her death.

Joplin rose to fame in 1967 during an appearance at Monterey Pop Festival, as the lead singer of the then unknown San Francisco psychedelic rock band Big Brother and the Holding Company. After releasing two albums with the band, she left Big Brother to continue as a solo artist with her own backing groups, first the Kozmic Blues Band and then the Full Tilt Boogie Band.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Janis_Joplin