Between The Lines - Remastered CD Quality Digital Download (1975)
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Re-mastered from the original analogue source tapes, overseen by Janis, Brooks Arthur, and Steve Berkowitz, with CDs manufactured by our favorite company, Oasis CD!
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- When The Party's Over
- At Seventeen
- From Me To You
- Bright Lights And Promises
- In The Winter
- Between The Lines
- The Come On
- Light A Light
- Tea And Sympathy
- Lover's Lullabye
The Basics: Produced by Brooks Arthur, recorded at 914 Studios summer 1974, released February 1975 (Columbia). 5 Grammy nominations (most to that date for any solo female artist, a record broken only by Whitney Houston years later) and two Grammys: "Album of the Year - Between the Lines", "Best Pop Vocal Performance, Female - At Seventeen" (Grammy), "Song of the Year - At Seventeen", "Record of the Year - At Seventeen"; "Best Engineered Recording, non-classical - Between the Lines" (Grammy). Platinum in the US, Australia, UK; gold in Holland, Belgium, South Africa, Israel. "At Seventeen" #1 single US; top twenty single UK, Australia, Holland, Israel.
The Inside Scoop:Janis began making more aggressive decisions in the studio, thanks to Brooks' and arranger Ron Frangipane's generosity in teaching her about recording and arranging. In fact, she threw a member of her management team out of the studio during the recording of "At Seventeen" because they kept saying "You're blowing a hit!" She had gone completely broke making Stars and had to move into her mother's New York apartment for six months; she wrote "At 17" sitting at the dining room table, reading a New York Times Magazine article about debutantes that began "I learned the truth at eighteen". She sang it onstage with her eyes closed for a year, because she was convinced the audience would laugh at her.
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