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Release date TBA. Janis Ian captured the frustrations, awkwardness, and inner turmoil of teenaged existence with a clarity and maturity well beyond her tender age. Recorded when she was just 15 years old, Janis Ian was released in 1967 with the controversial Top 20 hit single “Society¹s Child.” A dozen or so labels rejected the Shadow Morton-produced recording about interracial romance before it found release on Verve Folkways. A radio station in Atlanta was burned to the ground for playing it, and Janis received deaththreats for writing it.

Recorded with some of New York¹s finest session musicians, including Artie Butler on harpsichord, piano, and organ, Vinnie Bell and Al Gorgoni on guitars, Joe Mack on bass, and Buddy Saltzman on drums, Janis Ian, a Billboard Pop #29 hit album, has miraculously never been issued in Europe on CD. Until NOW!

Weight 200 kg


Society’s Child Go ’Way Little Girl Hair Of Spun Gold Then Tangles Of My Mind I’ll Give You A Stone If You’ll Throw It (Changing Tymes) Pro-Girl Younger Generation Blues New Christ Cardiac Hero Lover Be Kindly Mrs. Mckenzie Janey’s Blues


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