Pearl is the second and final solo studio album by Janis Joplin, released posthumously in January 1971. It was the final album with her direct participation, and the only Joplin album recorded with the Full Tilt Boogie Band, her final touring unit. It peaked at number one on the Billboard 200, holding that spot for nine weeks. It has been certified quadruple platinum by the RIAA.
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That's fine; given its design and contents it appears it was meant to be. The two-disc package includes the original album and mono 45 masters of six of its tracks - including "Me & Bobby McGee," "Move Over," and "Get It While You Ca. These are interesting, but they don't hold a candle to the stereo album mixes. It's the second disc that holds the fan treasures. The studio banter by Joplin, producer Paul A Rothchild, and the Full-Tilt Boogie Band is priceless. It offers proof of Joplin's exacting standards when it came to getting across.
The Pearl Sessions includes newly discovered recordings of Janis in the studio, joking with producer Paul Rothchild and her Full Tilt Boogie bandmates as they work through what would become an essential part of Janis Joplin's core catalog. Disc One of The Pearl Sessions includes the original album as well as the original mono singles from the album ("Cry Baby," "Get It While You Can," "Me and Bobby McGee"). Disc Two is a collection of behind-the-scenes recordings illuminating the Pearl sessions with highlights and insights revealed in candid studio dialogue,.
Pearl is widely considered Janis Joplin's masterpiece. Released posthumously in 1971, it features her work with The Full Tilt Boogie Band. However, there's now even more fascinating studio material to savor. An explosive hi-octane version of "Tell Mama" and a performance of "Half Moon" from The Dick Cavett Show round off the bonus material. The original album sounds terrific, and the addition of the single versions of many of the album's cuts are just sonically different enough to please rabid fans. The Pearl Sessions Janis Joplin.
The Pearl Sessions, 1971. Get It While You Can, 03:31.