Janis Joplin on her Bed, Lyon St, San Francisco, 1968
By Jim Marshall
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"For all her bluster, bravado, and brazen behavior, there was an insecure, vulnerable girl not far beneath--a volatile combination...Joplin tood an apartment off the Panhandle in the heart of the Haight, where she was merely another funky chick, frequently seen strolling with her dog, hanging out with pals on the sidewalk." - Joel Selvin, from The Haight: Love, Rock and Revolution.
This is an estate-authorized, limited edition.