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Janis Joplin - Ball And Chain download Performer: Janis Joplin
Title: Ball And Chain
Style: Acid Rock, Blues Rock, Folk Rock
Released: 1980
MP3 album: 1219 mb
FLAC album: 1236 mb
WMA album: 1652 mb
Rating: 4.2
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Genre: Rock
Janis Joplin - Ball And Chain download


A1 Nobody Knows When You're Down And Out 2:40
A2 St. James Infirmary Blues 3:05
A3 alk Right In 2:05
B4 Sun Is Gonna Shine In My Backyard Someday 3:00
B5 Hesitation Blues 4:25
B6 Nobody Knows When You're Down And Out 3:05
C7 One Night Stand 3:55
D8 Midnight 8:00
D9 Women Is Losers 4:00
D10 Bye Bye Baby 5:00
D11 Ball and Chain 10:45


A - Live in Port Arthur, Texas, in 1962 (musicians unknown).
B - The Typewriter Tape. Recorded at Kaukonen's home in 1965. Janis/Vocals, Jorma Kaukonen/Guitar, Margaretha Kaukonen/Typewriter
C - Studio Outtake with the Paul Butterfield Blues Band, 1970.
D - Live at the Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco, in 1966, with Big Brother And The Holding Company. Janis/Vocals, James Gurley/Guitar, Peter Albin/Bass, David Getz/Drums, Sam Houston Andrew/Guitar.

Penguin Records - First Edition 1980 (Limited 500 numbered copies)
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This is a tough one to find now. The A tracks obviously are where the red flexi-disc from David Dalton's "Janis" Book,were supplied from, though the sad quality of the flexi-disc suggests it was taken from an inferior copy of this album, as it's quite clear and good on this, if you have a near mint copy. Though the album states musicians unknown, for the time period, it's most likely Lanny Wiggins Guitar & Vocal and Powell St John Harmonica and Vocal, known then as the Waller Creek Boys. The B tracks are as listed Jorma and wife Margaretha, and again good sound, track C is the first time Janis singing "One Night Stand" with Paul Butterfield Blues Band was heard, and though not the best quality sound wise, predates the Farewell Song Release, and has a different take than either Farewell Song, or the version on the "Janis" 3 CD box set release, so a true gem there. Side 2 of the vinyl, D lists Midnight and three other tracks and is as stated, live at the Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco, in 1966, with Big Brother And The Holding Company and is a cover of the Howlin' Wolf classic "Moanin' At Midnight" as a duet between Janis and Bass player Peter Albin, and is complete. The only other version released of this song was on the Cheaper Thrills release of July 28, 1966 (the first known recordings of Big Brother plus Janis), and this is both longer and a bit more polished by this time. It was taken from a KSAN Radio Broadcast in San Francisco, and though this was the first time it was released, that radio show was later released as a a limited CD bootleg, entitled "Tribal Stomp" The last three tracks Women is Losers, Bye Bye Baby and Ball & Chain, were first released as superb sound on a vinyl boot entitled Live Fast, Die Young that also included "All Is Loneliness" and "Light Is Faster Than Sound." Thogh all five tracks later found their was to a CD Bootleg of the same title that included more than the original 5 tracks, and well as several other boots both vinyl and CD sick as Live in the USA, Live in San Francisco, and several others, on this release, the last three songs on here all sadly cut off just before completion.