Cheap Thrills, the major-label debut of Janis Joplin, was one of
the most eagerly anticipated, and one of the most successful,
albums of 1968.
Legendary blues and rock singer Janis Joplin first rose to stardom as the lead singer for San Francisco psychedelic band Big Brother &
the Holding Company and maintained prominence later as a solo artist with her backing groups, The Kozmic Blues Band and The Full Tilt
Boogie Band. Known as The Queen of Rock and Roll at the height of her career, Joplin redefined the role of women in music with her
signature bluesy wail and electrifying stage presence, providing some of the most emotionally charged performances of her era.
180-gram audiophile vinyl
Sourced from the original masters
Album jacket recreated from original art
Combination of the Two
I Need A Man to Love
Piece Of My Heart
Oh, Sweet Mary
Ball And Chain