Wicked Woman (album)

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Wicked Woman
Wicked Woman album cover.jpeg
Live album by Janis Joplin and her Full Tilt Boogie Band
Released 1976
Recorded August 12, 1970
Genre Rock,
blues rock
Label Memory Records
Janis Joplin and her Full Tilt Boogie Band chronology
Wicked Woman

Wicked Woman is a live bootleg recording of Janis Joplin's final concert before her death less than two months later. The recordings were made by members of the audience.[1]

The performance of Janis Joplin and her Full Tilt Boogie Band took place in Harvard Stadium among an audience of approximately 40,000. For the performance, the band utilized loaned amplifiers after their own were stolen while in Boston. Despite the setback, Joplin is still noted for giving a soulful performance.[2]

Three tracks,"Half Moon"," Mercedes Benz", and "My Baby", would be a part of Joplin's final studio album, Pearl. It would be released January 11, 1971.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Intro"
  2. "Tell Mama"
  3. "Half Moon"
  4. "Mercedes Benz"
  5. "My Baby"
  6. "Try (Just a Little Bit Harder)"
  7. "Maybe"
  8. "Summertime"
  9. "Full Tilt"


  1. ^ François Vander Linden. "Janis Joplin - Wicked Woman". BootlegZone. Retrieved 2016-05-08. 
  2. ^ "The Death of Janis Joplin". Franksreelreviews.com. Retrieved 2016-05-08.