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Janis: Little Girl Blue

Janis: Little Girl Blue is a 2015 documentary film directed by Amy J. Berg about the American singer-songwriter Janis Joplin.

Great rockumentary on the life of Janis Joplin. The best part about this rockumentary is when Janis goes back home for her 10th anniversary school reunion. She was famous at that time and I’m guessing she wanted to rub it in.

I have the album Pearl in the basement which is the last album made by Janis. It was released just a few months after her death.


One thought on “Janis: Little Girl Blue

  1. Sarah Roiko says:

    I agree she did seem to find pride in rubbing her success in the faces of those that mocked her at a young age. However, the research I have done also showed a real sadness that it didn’t forfill her the way she thought it may. At the end of my research on her I concluded that she lacked self love. A vital tool for any artist, don’t you agree? It’s sad to me that such a brazen performer lacked in self worth. The tortured artist resides in all of us, keeps us going, and is a great tool when we can harness it for observation and eventually growth. Rock and Roll is a tough enough world to reside in. We need all the supporters we can get, it’s certainly not the same business it was back in 1972. I wonder who she would be today. RIP JJ

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