I Got Dem Ol' Kozmic Blues Again Mama! (1969) - Janis Joplin.
"From the start, Joplin preferred her music straighter and more natural than many of her contemporaries. She had little room for the psychedelic shadings that so many of her peers dosed their tunes with. She was a huge R&B fan, and in turn had already covered cuts by Big Mama Thornton ("Ball and Chain") and Emma Franklin (Aretha's sister) on "Piece of My Heart" with Big Brother, reinventing them in her own ballsy, bluesy, raspy style along the way.
But with her debut solo album, I Got Dem Ol' Kozmic Blues Again Mama!, on the horizon, Joplin used a classic '60s R&B template as her guidebook. Employing a horn section and a pop sound pretty much foreign to Big Brother, Joplin and producer Gabriel Mekler steered the sessions away from her old band's hippie collective and toward a more inclusive market." Source: http://ultimateclassicrock.com/janis-joplin-i-got-dem-ol-kozmic-blues-again-mama/
If he doesn't love me then it's the best con I've seen yet. Our 1 year anniversary we'll spend 22 hours on a plane. Proceeded by 14 days missing our dogs. I started packing a month ago. Jared is calm and collected. We're complete opposites. Love is good.