1969-11-30 West Palm Beach

1969-11-30 Kozmic Blues Band

Tracks (11)

1.01 Raise Your Hand (Eddie Floyd, Stephen Lee Cropper, Alvertis Isabell) info icon
1.02 Bo Diddley (Elias McDaniel) info icon
1.03 Kozmic Blues (Janis Joplin, Gabriel Mekler) info icon
1.04 Maybe (Richard Barrett) info icon
1.05 Summertime (DuBose Heyward, George Gershwin) info icon
1.06 Try (Just A Little Bit Harder) (Jerry Ragovoy, Chip Taylor) info icon
1.07 I Can't Turn You Loose (Otis Redding) info icon
1.08 Piece Of My Heart (Jerry Ragovoy, Bert Berns) info icon
1.09 (outro) info icon
2.01 Ball and Chain (Willie Mae Thornton) info icon
2.02 Foolish Woman Blues (Smith) info icon
Nearly 25 minute long jam with Johny Winter and Vanilla Fudge

Notes

Live Bootleg
N. CDs: 2

Source: www.dimeadozen.org
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Torrent #210364 Janis Joplin - West Palm Beach 1969/11/30 with Johny Winter and Vanilla Fudge
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Description Janis Joplin
1969/11/30
International Raceway
First Annual Palm Beach Music and Art Festival
West Palm Beach, FL

source: audience recording


Disc1
Raise Your Hands
Bo Diddley
Kozmic Blues
Maybe
Summertime
Try
Can't turn you loose
Piece Of My heart
outro

Disc2
Ball & Chain
Foolish Woman Blues(nearly 25 minute long jam with Johny Winter and Vanilla Fudge)

This is a rather poor audience recording but it's still listenable especially with a help of an EQ boosting the treble frequencies.
The show itself is great and wild. Janis is in top form and very talkative. The Kozmic Blues band is at their peak after all sorts of trouble since they were formed.

The festival had big problem because the police was harassing concertgoers. Janis, who was arrested in Tampa 2 weeks earlier after a show, addresses the issue throughout the show basically mocking the policy.
Some great humor mixed with some great rock&roll.
Before Piece Of My Heart Janis says she's playing for nearly nothing (and is sure other acts will too) to help out the organizer of the event David Rupp.
Here's some more info:
http://www.flamingopark.org/modules.php?name=Sections&op=viewarticle&artid=17

The last track is a nearly 25 minutes long jam between Janis' band John Winter's band and Vanilla Fudge.
http://www.yee.ch/winter/Timeline/winter_timeline_1969.html
On the third night, Johnny played, then Vanilla Fudge played followed by Janis. Afterwards, the announcer said, Johnny wants it, Janis wants it, and the Fudge wants one. All three bands came out on stage and jammed.
Edgar jammed with the drummers, Snooky Flowers, Janis' sax player, and with the organist from Vanilla Fudge. Tommy Shannon (SRVaughn's Double Trouble Band) jammed with both bass players and Johnny jammed with the guitar players. But the top of the show was Janis and Johnny doing some good ole scat singing Texas Blues style.

Johnny jammed with the guitar players and scatted with Janis, Edgar jammed on drums with the other drummers and on sax with Snooky Flowers, etc. It was a unusual and wonderful thing.

Despite the quality this show is deffinitelly worth checking out.

Category Rock
Size 518.54 MB (543,730,282 bytes)
Added Mon 18th Aug, 2008 22:43 GMT
Upped by kozmic69
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Janis Joplin
1969/11/30
International Raceway
First Annual Palm Beach Music and Art Festival
West Palm Beach, FL

source: audience recording


Disc1
Raise Your Hands
Bo Diddley
Kozmic Blues
Maybe
Summertime
Try
Can't turn you loose
Piece Of My heart
outro

Disc2
Ball & Chain
Foolish Woman Blues(nearly 25 minute long jam with Johny Winter and Vanilla Fudge)
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http://www.yee.ch/winter/Timeline/winter_timeline_1969.html
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28-29 Nov 1969 West Palm Beach festival

Thanks giving weekend in 1969. It was at a drag strip outside of West Palm on the way to Okechobee (sp?). The band at that time was Johnny, Edgar Winter, Uncle John Turner and Tommy Shannon.
At that time, Columbia had released Johnny Winter and Second Winter. This was prior to JW hooking up with the McCoys. Johnny played all three nights with Edgar, Uncle John, and Tommy Shannon. He wore a black outfit that looked like a Wyatt Earp or Jesse James type outfit and stalked the stage ripping his guitar

Among others, Grand Funk played three nights also. The show featured Iron Butterfly, King Crimson (Robin Fripp and Greg Lake), Jefferson Airplane, Rotary Connection (Minnie Ripperton), PG&E, Rolling Stones, Vanilla Fudge, Janis Joplin and Her Full Tilt Boogie Band, and others.
On the third night, Johnny played, then Vanilla Fudge played followed by Janis. Afterwards, the announcer said, Johnny wants it, Janis wants it, and the Fudge wants one. All three bands came out on stage and jammed.
Edgar jammed with the drummers, Snooky Flowers, Janis' sax player, and with the organist from Vanilla Fudge. Tommy Shannon (SRVaughn's Double Trouble Band) jammed with both bass players and Johnny jammed with the guitar players. But the top of the show was Janis and Johnny doing some good ole scat singing Texas Blues style.

Johnny jammed with the guitar players and scatted with Janis, Edgar jammed on drums with the other drummers and on sax with Snooky Flowers, etc. It was a unusual and wonderful thing.
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