Janis Joplin, Gloria Swanson, Dick Cavett

Janis Joplin, Gloria Swanson, Dick Cavett

August 03, 1970 Funny video of The Dick Cavett Show! Gloria Swanson wants to do his head!

The Dick Cavett Show ~ Janis Joplin ~ Gloria Swanson ~ Margot Kidder ~ Dave Meggyesy

The Dick Cavett Show ~ Janis Joplin ~ Gloria Swanson ~ Margot Kidder ~ Dave Meggyesy

The Dick Cavett Show ~ Janis Joplin ~ Gloria Swanson ~ Margot Kidder ~ Dave Meggyesy

The Dick Cavett Show *Full Interview* Janis Joplin, Gloria Swanson, Margot Kidder, Dave Me

The Dick Cavett Show *Full Interview* Janis Joplin, Gloria Swanson, Margot Kidder, Dave Me

August 3rd 1970 Dick Cavett talks to legends Janis Joplin and Gloria Swanson, actress Margot Kidder and football player Dave Meggyesy. August 03, 1970 Funny video of The Dick Cavett Show! Gloria Swanson wants to do his head! Add &fmt=18 for the high-resolution version. From THE DICK CAVETT SHOW. August 3, 1970. This show originally aired on Agust 3rd 1970 on ABC Host Dick Cavett welcomes guests: Gloria Swanson Janis Joplin Margot Kidder and author Dave Megessey. ----------------------------------------.

Patti Smith - Gloria (Audio)

Patti Smith - Gloria (Audio)

Music video by Patti Smith performing Gloria (audio). (C) 2016 Arista Records LLC http://vevo.ly/AUIdIH

Gloria Swanson bitches about romanceless marriages

Gloria Swanson bitches about romanceless marriages

Add "&fmt=18" for the high-resolution version. From THE DICK CAVETT SHOW. August 3, 1970.

Janis Joplin e Gloria Swanson - Encontro de Gerações (Meeting of Generations)

Janis Joplin e Gloria Swanson - Encontro de Gerações (Meeting of Generations)

Encontro de Gerações. Janis Joplin e Gloria Swanson juntas, em uma entrevista, com Dick Cavett, a 3 de agosto de 1970. Janis Joplin, então com 27 anos, faleceu no mesmo ano da entrevista; e, Gloria Swanson, então com 73 anos, faleceu 13 anos depois da entrevista.

Janis Joplin - Summertime (Live -1969)

Janis Joplin - Summertime (Live -1969)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Janis_Joplin

Gloria Swanson talks about QUEEN KELLY

Gloria Swanson talks about QUEEN KELLY

Add "&fmt=18" for the high-resolution version. From THE DICK CAVETT SHOW. August 3, 1970.

GLORIA RIVER JANIS JOPLIN ME AND BOBBY MACGEE

GLORIA RIVER JANIS JOPLIN ME AND BOBBY MACGEE

Janis Joplin ― Little Girl Blue ✌

Janis Joplin ― Little Girl Blue ✌

Janis Lyn Joplin (January 19, 1943 ― October 4, 1970) She is one of the greatest legends in the world. That unique voice has always and will always transcend generations.The most Rock and Sensual female voice of the last century, and even more.. Never, never, nerver, heard better to this day. R.I.P. Love. See you on the other side.. ✌ Janis Lyn Joplin was an American rock singer and songwriter; one of the most successful and widely-known female rock stars of her era. After releasing three albums, she died of a heroin overdose at the age of 27. A fourth album, Pearl, was released in January 1971, just over three months after her death. It reached number one on the Billboard charts. Joplin's death in October 1970 at age 27 stunned her fans and shocked the music world, especially when coupled with the death just 16 days earlier of another rock icon, Jimi Hendrix, also at age 27. (This would later cause some people to attribute significance to the death of musicians at the age of 27, as celebrated in the notional '27 Club'.) Music historian Tom Moon wrote that Joplin had "a devastatingly original voice", music columnist Jon Pareles of The New York Times wrote that Joplin as an artist was "overpowering and deeply vulnerable", and author Megan Terry said that Joplin was the female version of Elvis Presley in her ability to captivate an audience Janis Joplin recorded four albums in her four-year career. The first two albums were recorded with and credited to Big Brother and the Holding Company; the later two were recorded with different backing bands and released as solo albums. Previously unreleased studio and live material, including early performances as well as Joplin's greatest hits, have been released on several posthumous compilations. ― Big Brother and the Holding Company (1967) ― Cheap Thrills (1968) ― I Got Dem Ol' Kozmic Blues Again Mama! (1969) ― Pearl (1971) Lyrics: Sit there, hm, count your fingers. What else, what else is there to do ? Oh and I know how you feel, I know you feel that you're through. Oh wah wah ah sit there, hm, count, Ah, count your little fingers, My unhappy oh little girl, little girl blue, yeah. Oh sit there, oh count those raindrops Oh, feel em falling down, oh honey all around you. Honey dont you know its time, I feel its time, Somebody told you cause you got to know That all you ever gonna have to count on Or gonna wanna lean on Its gonna feel just like those raindrops do When they're falling down, honey, all around you. Oh, I know you're unhappy. Oh sit there, ah go on, go on And count your fingers. I don't know what else, what else Honey have you got to do. And I know how you feel, And I know you ain't got no reason to go on And I know you feel that you must be through. Oh honey, go on and sit right back down, I want you to count, oh count your fingers, Ah my unhappy, my unlucky And my little, oh, girl blue. I know you're unhappy, Ooh ah, honey I know, Baby I know just how you feel. Published: 1935 Songwriter: Lorenz Hart Composer: Richard Rodgers © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc, Universal Music Publishing Group, Imagem Music Inc Story: "Little Girl Blue" is a popular song with music by Richard Rodgers and lyrics by Lorenz Hart, published in 1935. The song was introduced by Gloria Grafton in the Broadway musical Jumbo. Janis Joplin - I Got Dem Ol' Kozmic Blues Again Mama! (1969, although the lyrics on this version were rearranged).

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