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New Film Charts Janis Joplin's Short Life, Long Legacy

Back when rock 'n' roll was still a new adventure, Janis Joplin proved it wasn't just for the boys.   The big-voiced, bluesy singer dominated the stage, forged her own path and paved the way for female singers to come.   But 45 years after her death from a drug overdose in 1970, music is still "a very male-dominated industry,'' said Amy Berg, director of the new documentary "Janis: Little Girl Blue.''   Berg's film includes...

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