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Janis Joplin: The Pearl Sessions

From: Joyride Media
Series: The Milestone Series
Length: 59:00

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Janis Joplin's friends and family talk about her final album,"Pearl."

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When Janis Joplin knew what she wanted, there was very little that could stop her from getting it.  With her music, she pushed and experimented until it felt just right.  Her fourth and final album –  Pearl – showed Janis at the top of her game, working hard with a new band and new ways to use her voice.

In this one hour radio special you’ll hear about Janis’ final years and the making of  Pearl   from her sister and author Laura Joplin, road manager John Byrne Cooke,  Pearl   producer Paul Rothchild and author Holly George Warren.

Piece Description

When Janis Joplin knew what she wanted, there was very little that could stop her from getting it.  With her music, she pushed and experimented until it felt just right.  Her fourth and final album –  Pearl – showed Janis at the top of her game, working hard with a new band and new ways to use her voice.

In this one hour radio special you’ll hear about Janis’ final years and the making of  Pearl   from her sister and author Laura Joplin, road manager John Byrne Cooke,  Pearl   producer Paul Rothchild and author Holly George Warren.

Timing and Cues

Full Program (59:00)
0:00-20:00 Part 1
In: “There is definitely that kind of reckless Janis that we think about…”
Out: “I’m David Gans, and you’re listening to Janis Joplin: The Pearl Sessions.”

20:00-21:00 Break 1 with Music Bed

21:00-42:00 Part 2
In: “Welcome back to Janis Joplin: The Pearl Sessions, I’m David Gans.”
Out: “I’m David Gans, and you’re listening to Janis Joplin: The Pearl Sessions.”

42:00-43:00 Break 2 with Music Bed

43:00-59:00 Part 3
In: “Welcome back to Janis Joplin: The Pearl Sessions, I’m David Gans.”
Out: “I’m David Gans, thank you for listening.”

Additional Credits

Host: David Gans (The Grateful Dead Hour)
Producer: Paul Chuffo & Joshua Jackson Joyride Media)
Contact: Eric Molk, Eric.Molk@publicmediaservice.com; Andy Cahn, Andy.Cahn@publicmediaservice
Broadcast Window: Begins April 2012
Length: One hour with breaks for local spots
Terms: Available to all USA terrestrial broadcasters at no cost, no built-in barter spots
Online Rights: You have permission to include this program in any online stream that simulcasts a terrestrial broadcast of an AM, FM or HD channel. Podcast edits with cleared music are available for any request to post on-demand audio. Please contact us with further requests.

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