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8 news items tagged as melody maker:



Quote of the Day
@ 7:28 am

"Her voice rises to a hoarse screech, then falls to a husky whisper whose tone promises unmentionable pleasures." - Melody Maker on Janis' music, 1968

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Quote of the Day
9 November 2015 @ 7:17 am

"No one expected me to be a singer." - Janis to Melody Maker, 1968.

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Quote of the Day
21 August 2015 @ 5:35 am

"She's a thoughtful, shy, slightly cynical girl who has no illusions about what she is doing musically, and not too sure about where it's all going to lead." - Melody Maker, August 1968

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

"Her voice rises to a hoarse screech, then falls to a husky whisper whose tone promises unmentionable pleasures." - Melody Maker, 1968.

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Quote of the Day
27 February 2015 @ 7:37 am

"She's a thoughtful, shy, slightly cynical girl who has no illusions about what she is doing musically, and not too sure about where it's all going to lead." - Karl Dallas, Melody Maker, 17 August 1968

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Quote of the Day
21 November 2014 @ 7:29 am

"Her voice rises to a hoarse screech, then falls to a husky whisper whose tone promises unmentionable pleasures." - Karl Dallas, Melody Maker, 17 August 1968

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Newport Folk Festival
24 September 2014 @ 7:50 am

"They were great. I mean they couldn't have been greater if I'd invented them myself. But they are a bit too, you know, serious." - Janis Joplin on the audience at the Newport Folk Festival (Source: Janis Joplin, Lock Up Your Sons, Melody Maker, 1968.)

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Quote of the Day
22 September 2014 @ 7:31 am

"They came to see me once recently and they seemed pleased I was a success. That's all. Everyone had got so used to the idea I was a failure and now suddenly there I was, obviously a success." - Janis Joplin on her parents opinion (Source: Janis Joplin, Lock Up Your Sons, Melody Maker, 1968.)

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