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Quote of the Day
22 July 2016 @ 7:34 am

"As much as Janis was tethered to her conservative upbringing, she made incredible strides, not only for women in music but also for music in general." - Paste Magazine

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Quote of the Day
13 June 2016 @ 9:24 am

"There were other talented white female blues-rock singers in the late '60s and early '70s - Bonnie Bramlett, Tracy Nelson, Bonnie Raitt - but they survived, continued recording and are today admired veterans. Janis Joplin, however, was frozen in time and will always be championed as something a bit more than human." - Paste Magazine, June 2005

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Quote of the Day
25 January 2016 @ 8:46 am

"Joplin found fame because of her voice - at times approximating a growling tiger - but she quickly became a potent, extra-musical symbol." - Paste Magazine, January 2015

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Janis: Little Girl Blue
6 January 2016 @ 7:08 am

"As easy as this documentary could have been about chronicling Janis' life and delivering a tightly biographical view of the singer, it's more about the sentiment than the story. 'I wanted it to stay emotional because I wanted it to be Janis that carried us through the film.' By focusing on the sentiment, Berg is able to uncover the story." - Paste Magazine speaking with Amy Berg about "Janis: Little Girl Blue"

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