JANIS JOPLIN - BLOW ALL MY BLUES AWAY CD7/8/9

May 10, 2010 – 3:42 am

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JANIS JOPLIN
Blow All My Blues Away [no label, 9CD]

Various dates, 1962 through 1970.

Thanks to goa for sharing the lossless tracks on the internet.

We will be sharing the entire set over the coming week. Where it is not certain if the track has been officially released, the particular track will not be shared. It will be shared if reader/s can confirm that the track has never been officially released.

Click on the highlighted tracks to download the MP3s (these are high quality MP3s - sample rate of 192 kbps).

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Disc 7
Free download at www.threadgills.com/music/mp3.music.htm
Track 701. So Sad to Be Alone (1965) (6.9MB)
Track 702. San Francisco Blues (San Francisco 1963) (2.5MB)

circa 1965
[for the story behind these remarkable recordings, see: www.gritz.net/jamesgurley.html]

Track 703. Apple of My Eye (3.2MB)
Track 704. 219 Train (4.4MB)
Track 705. Codine (6.0MB)
Track 706. Down & Out (4.9MB)
Track 707. Turtle Blues (3.7MB)
Track 708. I Ain’t Got A Worry (4.8MB)
Track 709. Brownsville (3.7MB)

From the D.A. Pennebaker out-of-print video “Comin’ Home.” Recorded at the New Generation Club, NYC, April 1968
[reinstated] Track 710. Catch Me Daddy (Brownsville) (6.7MB)
Track 711. Piece of My Heart (5.9MB)

Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco 1966
Track 712. Down On Me (4.3MB)

Hollywood Palace Show, 26 OCT 1968
Track 713. Summertime (5.8MB)
Track 714. I Need A Man To Love (6.5MB)
Track 715. (chat with Don Adams) (2.0MB)

Cheap Thrills outtakes 1968
Track 716. Combination of the Two (7.4MB)
17. Farewell Song ? - omitted

Track 17 - Janis 3CD compilation (1993)

Disc 8
Newport Festival, August 1968
Track 801. Piece of My Heart (7.8MB)
Track 802. Summertime (6.3MB)
Track 803. Coo Coo (8.7MB)
Track 804. Combination of the Two (10.4MB)
Track 805. Ball & Chain (11.3MB)
Track 806. Down On Me (4.0MB)
Track 807. Piece of My Heart (reprise) (2.7MB)

Swedish TV, April 1969
Track 808. interview (5.6MB)
Track 809. Piece of My Heart (5.2MB)
Track 810. Summertime (7.0MB)
Track 811. Me (5.8MB)
(Just added) Track 812. Raise Your Hand (4.0MB)
Track 813. Work Me Lord (9.9MB)

Winterland, San Francisco, 21 March 1969
Track 814. Stay With Me (7.1MB)
Track 815. Walk Right (8.5MB)

Disc 9
Dick Cavett Show, July 1969
Track 901. Dick Cavett introduction (1.0MB)
Track 902. To Love Somebody (4.8MB)
Track 903. interview (8.4MB) (2.9MB)

Tom Jones Show, December 1969
Track 904. Little Girl Blue (4.9MB)
Track 905. Raise Your Hand (w/Tom Jones) (4.9MB)

Boston Music Hall, 11 December 1969
Track 906. Kozmic Blues (8.6MB)
Track 907. Ego Rock (w/Johnny Winter) (14.5MB)
Track 907. Ego Rock (w/Johnny Winter) (14.9MB - 4shared link)
Track 908. Help Me Baby (w/Johnny Winter; title uncertain) (7.1MB)

Columbia Studios, March 1970
909. One Night Stand (w/Paul Butterfield Band) - omitted

Final Concert, Harvard Stadium, 12 August 1970
Track 910. Mercedes Benz (2.9MB)
Track 911. Try (5.4MB)
Track 912. My Baby (5.6MB)

Dick Cavett Show, March 1970
Track 913. My Baby (6.1MB)

Ken Threadgill’s Birthday Party, Austin, Texas, 10 July 1970
Track 914. Sunday Mornin’ Comin’ Down (7.1MB)

Track 9 - Janis 3CD compilation (1993)

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  1. 12 Responses to “JANIS JOPLIN - BLOW ALL MY BLUES AWAY CD7/8/9”

  2. Too bad, that the two tracks from the Tom Jones show have such a bad sound. On YouTube you can hear and see Janis in better quality.
    “Little Girl Blue”: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FVpDOIPx_sY
    “Raise Your Hand”: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ib2b4BOZIQ

    By walter on May 15, 2010

  3. Thanks again for a fantastic, FREE (!!!)download!! Love to you for sharing.

    By diane on May 15, 2010

  4. Thank you very much for sharing

    By Erik on May 16, 2010

  5. Fantastic…!!!!!
    Gracias BIGO

    By Jimmy COSTA RICA on May 26, 2010

  6. kind of a little ‘odd’ seeing the janis joplin ‘bamba’ 9 cd set here. when that first came out some years ago, i spent a bit of time doing some research on the song titles and venues and retracking and remastering the 9 cds, posting the updated info and the 9 cds for a vine. i wonder if those taht i worked on are the ones that you put up? no, i did not put together the original nine (many thanks to whoever did them - what a great job of putting them together), but i did fix ‘em up a little.

    as always, many thanks for all the great music, the write-ups, the covers… i like the comments taht peopel post, also. sometimes they are very helpful and insightful.

    By me-me-me on May 29, 2010

  7. It amazes me sometimes just hoe awesome Janis was. The coffeehouse period especially is just outstanding. She was a true phenom! The Nick Gravenites tunes too are exceptional. Dick Cavett was so in love with her. She was smart, articulate and fun loving. I was young at the time but so in love with her myself! Her energy was so tangible. God love her. I am one of the few who really was excited by Kosmic Blues and wished it would have continued. I was disappointed by the Full Tilt. I dug the slow blues and stuff most and was so mad when she dropped the band and Sam especially. Another dope casualty lost to us that hurt so much. After Jimi it was just too much to take. Each band she had and each road she took with her music will live forever.

    By lanzarishi on May 30, 2010

  8. you should really post “Raise Your Hand” from the Sweden set, because the version on “Box of Pearls” is from a concert at Winterland in Oct. 69. Just FYI. And thanks for posting all this stuff/I’m ecstatic/

    By jeff on Jul 12, 2010

  9. The version of “Catch Me Daddy” included on Box of Pearls Cheap Thrills was recorded at the Grande Ballroom in Detroit on March 2, 1968. As far as I know nothing from the New Generation Club show has been released on CD, although the Pennebaker film footage is sometimes broadcast on TV - she literally throws herself into the performance: really exciting. So you should probably post it. Thanks again.

    By jeff on Jul 24, 2010

  10. Hello Jeff
    Thanks for your feedback. Catch Me Daddy has been liberated. Cheers.

    By bigozine2 on Jul 24, 2010

  11. Janis oh Janis, this set is a treat and well worth the time to download. The only thing is my completest traits. So its off on the yellow brick road to youtube for the missing tracks lest hope I’m lucky.

    By Creatist on Apr 9, 2012

  12. It’s so fantastic to hear her sing these songs! She was a true original, an artist and an innovator. Nothing today can compare with a talent of this magnitude. Thanks to BigO from the bottom of my heart for this tremendous complilation.

    By Jinna on Mar 31, 2013

  13. HI, MY NAME IS ALEJANDRO BUENAHORA..BORN IN BUENOS AIRES ARGENTINE….IM SORRY FOR LANGUAGE..HERE, IN ARGENTINE..WE LOVE JANIS…THE SONG CRYYYYYYY…BAAAABBYYY…IS AN ORGASM-SONG…HA-HA-HA….BYE..BYE…ALEXANDER.

    By ALEJANDRO BUENAHORA on Apr 1, 2013

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