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Quote of the Day
18 April 2016 @ 8:24 am

"She fascinated as much for her natural vocal talents as for her prodigious exhaustion of those talents by singing too long, too hard, too rough." - Variety, April 2001

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Quote of the Day
2 November 2015 @ 9:22 am

"Janis sang out of her pain as a woman, and men dug it. Yet it was men who caused the pain, and if they stopped causing it they would not have her to dig." - Rolling Stone, November 1976.

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MOJO
30 September 2015 @ 2:18 pm

"The voice screams, shouts, bellows and stamps until Janis sounds completely beside herself, utterly spent and unprotected. There was plenty of humour in Janis Joplin but her songs, like her photographs, show a "woman left lonely" whose greatest work is almost utterly without such modern aids as irony, distance or detachment." - MOJO, 1994

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Quote of the Day
29 April 2015 @ 7:28 am

"Against the busy saw-mill drone of Big Brother's guitars and ecstatic yelpings is that voice. It numbs you to all but its own engulfing presence. You've been stung by the incredible dream mantis, pheromones of the narcoleptic love drug are coursing through your veins." - MOJO, 2000.

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