Big Brother & The Holding Company with Janis Joplin Nine Hundred Nights

2001 • 0h 59m

Nine Hundred Nights tracks the brief reign of pivotal 60s psychedelic rock group, Big Brother and the Holding Company. Experience the mind-bending sound and the soulful voice that turned on a generation of rebellious youth. Witness the formation—and disintegration—of one of the most misunderstood and under-appreciated bands of the era, the band that launched Janis Joplin: Big Brother and the Holding Company.

Hear the untold story in Big Brother’s own words. Includes D.A. Pennebaker’s rarely-seen live Generation Club footage of "Piece of My Heart" and "Comin’ Home;" their breakout performance of "Ball and Chain" and the unreleased "Combination of the Two" from Monterey Pop; Cheap Thrills recording sessions of "Summertime;" rehearsal and studio performances of "Down on Me," "Blow My Mind," "Hall of the Mountain King," and "Light is Faster than Sound."