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Music » Muzika | 51 Tekst/Words: Jelena Pantović Fotografije/Photography: Profimedia.rs Janis Joplin – Pearl Čak i iz groba žestoka Dženis je odbijala da nestane sa scene. Pearl , posthumni album objavljen tri meseca nakon njene smrti 1970. godine, naglasio je evoluciju u zreliji zvuk. Ovde više nije bila ograničena psihodeličnim bendom, pa su pesme bile čvršce od onih na debiju 1969. godine. Bluz otvaranje Move Over trebalo je da bude radio hit, Cry Baby, natopljen očajem, postao je soul-bluz standard, a njena interpretacija pesme Krisa Kristofersona Me and Bobby McGee uzbudljiv preokret u klasičnom kantriju. Sa ovim albumom, s ljubavlju naslovljenim njenim nadimkom, Dženis je postala više od puke statistike Kluba 27 – postala je jedinstvena, veličanstvena pevačica. JANIS JOPLIN – PEARL Even frombeyond the grave, the feisty Janis Joplin refused to let her presence diminish. Pearl, the posthumous album released threemonths after her 1970 death, highlighted her evolution into amoremature sound. No longer confined to the psychedelic band, and armedwith songs sturdier than those on her 1969 debut, the album’s bluesy, polished opener, MoveOver, should have been a radio hit; the track Cry Baby, soaked in despair, is now a soul-blues standard; and her cover of Kris Kristofferson’s Me and BobbyMcGee is an exciting twist on classic country. With Pearl, lovingly named after her own nickname, Joplin wasmore than just a 27 Club statistic—she became a singer of singular grandeur. Rolling Stones – Sticky Fingers Deveti studijski album Stonsa odmah je ostavio utisak svojom naslovnicom koju je dizajnirao Endi Vorhol, a na kojoj su naglašeni muško međunožje i funkcionalni rajsferšlus. Pesme su to samo potvrdile – bluz majstorija Brown Sugar i nežni Wild Horses su Sticky Fingers učinile prvim albumom koji je stigao na prvo mesto u Americi i Velikoj Britaniji. U intervjuu za Guitar World 2005. godine Kit Ričards je otkrio da je pesma Can’ t You Hear Me Knockin jedna od njegovih omiljenih. ROLLING STONES – STICKY FINGERS The Rolling Stones’ ninth studio albummade an immediate impression with its Andy Warhol-designed cover, featuring a man’s bulging crotch and a functional zip. The songs sealed the deal, with the bluesy Brown Sugar and twangy Wild Horses helping to make Sticky Fingers the band’s first No.1 album in both the U.S. and UK charts. In a 2005 Guitar World interview, Keith Richards admitted that Can’t You Hear Me Knockin’ was one of his favourite Stones tracks.

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