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Janis Joplin - In Concert FLAC album

Performer: Janis Joplin
Genre: Rock
Title: In Concert
Country: US
Released: 1972
Style: Classic Rock
Label: Columbia
Catalog Number: C2X 31160
FLAC version ZIP size: 1630 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1861 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1463 mb
Rating: 4.0
Votes: 642


1Big Brother & The Holding CompanyRoad Block2:53
2Big Brother & The Holding CompanySummertime4:31
3Big Brother & The Holding CompanyFlower In The Sun3:07
4Full Tilt Boogie BandBall And Chain9:15
5Big Brother & The Holding CompanyEgo Rock8:32
6Big Brother & The Holding CompanyAll Is Loneliness5:44
7Big Brother & The Holding CompanyBye, Bye Baby4:29
8Full Tilt Boogie BandGet It While You Can7:04
9Big Brother & The Holding CompanyPiece Of My Heart4:19
10Full Tilt Boogie BandHalf Moon4:36
11Full Tilt Boogie BandKozmic Blues6:05
12Full Tilt Boogie BandMove Over5:09
13Big Brother & The Holding CompanyDown On Me3:05
14Full Tilt Boogie BandTry (Just A Little Bit Harder)8:13


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
S 67241, CBS 67241Janis Joplin Joplin In Concert ‎(2xLP, Album, RE, Gat)CBS, CBSS 67241, CBS 67241EuropeUnknown
C2X 31160Janis Joplin Joplin In Concert ‎(2xLP, Album, Gat)ColumbiaC2X 31160US1972
40AP 1247-8Janis Joplin Joplin In Concert ‎(2xLP, RE, Gat)CBS/Sony40AP 1247-8Japan1978
466838 4Janis Joplin Joplin In Concert ‎(Cass, Album)CBS, Sony Music Entertainment Polska466838 4PolandUnknown
466838 2, COL 466838 2, 02-466838-10Janis Joplin In Concert ‎(CD, Album, RE, RP)Columbia, Columbia, Columbia466838 2, COL 466838 2, 02-466838-10EuropeUnknown


  • BassBrad Campbell (tracks: C1 to D3), Peter Albin (tracks: A1 to B4)
  • Compiled By [Collected & Assembled By]Elliott Mazer
  • DesignBob Cato, Squadra Galileo
  • DrumsClark Pierson (tracks: C1 to D3), Dave Getz (tracks: A1 to B4)
  • Engineer [Re-recording, Editing]Don Puluse, Larry Keyes, Tim Geelan
  • GuitarJames Gurley (tracks: A1 to B4), John Till (tracks: C1 to D3), Sam Andrew (tracks: A1 to B4)
  • OrganKen Pearson (tracks: C1 to D3)
  • Photography ByDavid Gahr
  • PianoRichard Bell (tracks: C1 to D3)


  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout Stamped, variant 1): P1 P AL 31161-1B o
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout Stamped, variant 1): P AL 31162-1D C
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C Runout Stamped, variant 1): oP1 P BL 31162-1B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D Runout Stamped, variant 1): P BL 31161-1C P 2 o
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout Stamped, variant 2): o P AL-31161-1F
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout Stamped, variant 2): o P AL 31162-1F
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C Runout Stamped variant 2): o P BL-31162-1F
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D Runout Stamped variant 2): o P BL-31161-1G
  • Other (Record 1 Category): C 31161
  • Other (Record 2 Category): C 31162


  • Manufactured By – Columbia Records
  • Manufactured By – CBS Inc.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Inc.
  • Pressed By – Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Pitman
  • Mastered At – Customatrix


I think this style of pressing was for US radio -some stations would play a whole album- with two decks side by side a jock could cue them up play the whole thing end to end without needing to stop and flip the album live on-air.

Strange thing, my copy has side 4 as the flip for side 1. So record one has side one and four, the other one has two and three. Normal of miss press anyone else has this?

Mitars Riders
It's called auto couple. Ewalk's explantion is right on. Neat.

The reason for this is that on the old turntables you would stack the records on top of each other and they would drop onto the patter. When those two records were finished playing you would flip them over and play the other two. That way they would play sides one thru four consecutively. Hope that makes sense.

My copy is the same as yours. Definitly not a mispress. :-)

I believe all pressings are like this. Was common in the era to do that to make it easier for automatic changing turntables. Definitely not a miss press though.