Patti Smith

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Patti Smith Group - Horses (full album) 1975

Called the "Godmother of Punk", she integrated the beat poetry performance style with three-chord rock. Smith's most widely known song is " Because the Night ", which was co-written with Bruce Springsteen and reached number 13 on the Billboard Hot chart in In , she was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Her mother, Beverly, was a jazz singer, and father, Grant, worked at the Honeywell plant.

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She spent her entire childhood in Deptford, New Jersey. Raised the daughter of a Jehovah's Witness mother, she claims she had a strong religious, Bible-based education but left organized religion as a teenager because she felt it was too confining. She later wrote the opening line of her cover version of Them's Gloria in response to this experience.

She met photographer Robert Mapplethorpe there while working at a book store with friend, poet Janet Hamill. Mapplethorpe's photographs of her became the covers for the Patti Smith Group LPs, and they remained friends until Mapplethorpe's death in In she went to Paris with her sister and started busking and doing performance art.

As a member of the St. Mark's Poetry Project, she spent the early '70s painting, writing, and performing.

Patricia Lee Smith (born December 30, ) is an American singer-songwriter, poet, and visual artist who became an influential component of the New York.

In she performed — for one night only — in Sam Shepard's "Cowboy Mouth". The published play's notes call for "a man who looks like a coyote and a woman who looks like a crow". During these years, Smith also wrote rock journalism, some of which was published in Creem magazine. By Patti Smith was performing rock music herself, initially with guitarist and rock archivist Lenny Kaye, and later with a full band comprising Kaye, Ivan Kral on bass, Jay Dee Daugherty on drums and Richard Sohl, on piano.

The A-side was a version of the rock standard with the addition of a spoken word piece about fugitive heiress Patty Hearst "Patty Hearst, you're standing there in front of the Symbionese Liberation Army flag with your legs spread, I was wondering were you gettin' it every night from a black revolutionary man and his women…". The B-side describes the helpless anger Smith had felt while working on a factory assembly line and the salvation she discovered in the form of a shoplifted book, the 19th century French poet Arthur Rimbaud's Illuminations.

This article is a discography of Patti Smith, an American rock singer- songwriter.

The album fused punk rock and spoken poetry and begins with a cover of Van Morrison 's Gloria , and Smith's opening words: The rawer sound of the group's second album, Radio Ethiopia , reflected this development. Considerably less accessible than Horses, Radio Ethiopia received poor reviews. However, several of its songs have stood the test of time, and Smith still performs them regularly in concert. On January 23, , while touring in support of the record, Smith accidentally danced off a high stage in Tampa, Florida and fell 15 feet into a concrete orchestra pit, breaking several neck vertebrae.

The injury required a period of rest and an intensive round of physical therapy, during which time she was able to reassess, re-energize and reorganize her life. Patti Smith Group produced two further albums before the end of the s. Easter was her most commercially successful record, containing single Because the Night co-written with Bruce Springsteen. Wave was less successful, although songs Frederick and Dancing Barefoot both received commercial airplay.

The running joke at the time was that she only married Fred because she would not have to change her name. Patti and Fred had a son, Jackson, and later a daughter, Jesse. Through most of the s Patti was in semi-retirement from music, living with her family north of Detroit in St.

Fred Smith died on November 4, Shortly afterward, Patti faced the unexpected death of her brother, Todd, and original keyboard player, Richard Sohl.

When her son Jackson turned 21, Smith decided to move back to New York. After the impact of these deaths, her friends Michael Stipe of R. She toured briefly with Bob Dylan in December chronicled in a book of photographs by Stipe.

In , Smith worked with her long-time colleagues to record the haunting Gone Again , featuring About a Boy , a tribute to Kurt Cobain. Smith was a fan of Cobain, but was more angered than saddened by his suicide. After release of "Gone Again", Patti Smith has recorded two new albums: A box set of her work up to that time, "The Patti Smith Masters", came out in , and saw the release of "Land — ", a two-CD compilation that includes a memorable cover of Prince 's When Doves Cry.

On April 27, Patti Smith released Trampin' which included several songs about motherhood, partly in tribute to Smith's mother who died two years before. Smith curated the Meltdown festival in London on June 25, , the penultimate event being the first live performance of "Horses" in its entirety.

Guitarist Tom Verlaine took Oliver Ray's place. In addition to her influence on rock music, Minister also noted Smith's appreciation of Arthur Rimbaud. She took the stage at 9: EDT and closed for the night and forever for the venue at a few minutes after 1: She dedicated her award to the memory of her late husband, Fred, and gave a performance of The Rolling Stones classic, Gimme Shelter.

From March 28 to June 22, the Fondation Cartier pour l'Art Contemporain in Paris hosted a major exhibition of the visual work of Patti Smith, "Land ", drawn from pieces created between and At the Rowan Commencement ceremony, Smith received an honorary doctorate degree for her contributions to popular culture.

Smith is the subject of a documentary film, "Patti Smith: Other songs on the album were also inspired by literature, particularly "April Fool," inspired by Nikolai Gogol.

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