Patti smith horses

SMITH: Because even as a kid, I wanted to be an artist. I also did not want to be trapped in the ’50s idea of gender. I grew up in the ’50s, when the girls wore really bright red lipstick and nail polish, and they smelled like Eau de Paris. Their world just didn’t attract me. I hid in the world of the artist—first the 19th-century artists, then the Beats. And Peter Pan.

but it was Patti who helped save my life as a child junkie when i heard "SEVEN WAYS OF GOING'' it struck a chord in my soul. I went into a theraputic comunity and have one thing to say her THANK YOU FROM THE BOTTOM OF MY HEART.

Perhaps even more astonishing than the success was the way she turned her back on it. A year after the release of her most successful album, 1978's Easter, she married Fred "Sonic" Smith , guitarist with the radical band MC5, laid down her electric guitar and moved with him to Detroit to become a housewife. She brought up their two children, and didn't make another record for nine years.

Free event parking is available in the Zeiterion Parking Garage, adjacent to the theater. The driveway entrance is located at the back of the building on Acushnet Ave.

Horses is the debut studio album by American musician Patti Smith , released on December 13, 1975, on Arista Records. Smith , a fixture of …

Upon its release in 1979, the album garnered mixed reviews, attracting either positive or negative commentary on its polished production and conventionality. Tom Carson of Rolling Stone was not favorable in his review of the album, negatively likening it to Radio Ethiopia . Simon Frith of Melody Maker was more appreciative of the album, praising Rundgren's hand in the production and considered the songs to represent a newfound focus for Smith and the band.

I wonder, when you were a teenager living in a small town, you weren’t taking the train to whatever the cool club was in 1970, or 1965 …

Patti Smith HorsesPatti Smith HorsesPatti Smith HorsesPatti Smith Horses