Thursday, October 1, 2015

““After a meteoric rise to the top of the rock heap, Janis...



""After a meteoric rise to the top of the rock heap, Janis Joplin has changed signals — instead of rock, it's rhythm and blues — and bands. Will she make it?" The New York Times posted this question in a February 1969 article. "I'm scared," Janis told @nytimes, "but I never hold back. I'm always on the outer limits of probability." The @nytimes staff photographer Sam Falk photographed #JanisJoplin out on the town in San Francisco. One year later — 45 years ago this week — the singer died at the age of 27. "Maybe I won't last as long as other singers," she once said, "but I think you can destroy your now worrying about tomorrow." Janis Joplin's @porsche, pictured here, is being auctioned in New York this December. #tbt" By nytimes on Instagram.



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