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The title of The Black Keys' 2006 album "Chulahoma" is a reference to the town where Hill Country Blues great Junior Kimbrough owned & operated a juke joint in rural northern Mississippi.

Janis Joplin Got Dem Ol' Kozmic Blues Racerback Crop Top - Women's 

SKU:LCROPJANKOZ210
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$28.95
 
 
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(Laid Flat)
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S 16 1/4" 19 1/2"
M 17 3/4" 20"
L 19 3/4" 20 5/8"
Description
The Bluescentric Brand authentic Janis Joplin Racerback Crop Top comes in relaxed cropped-fit sizes Small through 2XL. It is 52% airlume combed/ring-spun cotton, 48% poly jersey, racerback and features raw edge (unsewn) arm holes.

Official Janis Joplin. Every sale directly benefits the artist's estate. 

This Bluescentric exclusive design reads "I Got Dem Ol' KOZMIC BLUES Again Mama! Janis Joplin". The design was originally drawn by the famous R. Crumb, for a sticker on cover of Janis' debut solo album. 

On one of the earliest releases of this album, the title sticker was covertly placed on the plastic packaging, so when you opened it, the title disappeared to reveal the actual cover is only a psychedelic red and orange photo of Janis.

Janis Joplin's debut solo album I Got Dem Ol' Kozmic Blues Again Mama! was released on September 11th, 1969. She swung in a more soulful direction, adding a killer horn section and performing some soulful covers. 

Several songs from this album, like "Little Girl Blue", "Try (Just a Little Bit Harder)" and the Janis-penned "One Good Man" have become radio staples.