Watching this video of Janis Joplin and Tom Jones singing "Raise Your Hand" and dancing together on stage makes me so incredibly happy. What a joy to see them both doing their thing... together. Groovy, baby!
This footage is from an episode of Jones' show This is Tom Jones which aired on December 4, 1969, just 10 short months before her death.
On the same episode, Joplin sang this "Little Girl Blue" solo:
Thanks, Eric Harvey Brown!
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So, there’s this skeleton that archaeologists discovered in Italy during the mid-1990s. They reckon the man, who became the skeleton, was alive somewhere between the sixth and eighth century. Those were hard times. Life was short and seldom sweet. In the case of our man the skeleton, somewhere along the line, he lost his hand. […]
I’d long wondered who recorded this, I’m not surprised to learn it is the famous Bob Crewe.
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