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HER RENDITION OF THE STONES....".GIMME SHELTER", ROCKS TO THE CORE OF GRAY MATTERS REALM..........Published 23 days ago by Dave Holmsten
I was surprised to find that Patti Smith, an alternative artist if ever there was one, would do something as conventional as release an album of covers. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Steven Haarala
I really enjoyed this album of covers by the Godmother of Punk, who rarely sounds punk on this album but gives an appealing and creative sensitivity to popular songs from a wide... Read morePublished 1 month ago by T. Obermiller
I enjoy all Patti Smith. This is fun because she covering the music that inspired her. I find it to be a very fun album.Published 2 months ago by Maura Davidson
as she seems a poor woman's Chrissie Hynde to me, without either the voice or the unique rhythmic sense of Hynde. Read morePublished 5 months ago by taosjohn
From 80's pop to Neil Young, Patti's version makes me *hear* the lyrics more (sometimes because the original is hard to parse, sometimes because I like Patti's voice more). Read morePublished 5 months ago by Kenneth I. Mayer
I knew before I bought this album I was gonna love, despite all the naysayers and bad reviews it got when it first came out. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Carole Parker
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I guess ol' T.G. didn't see Patti Smith's performance when she was inducted into the Rock'n'Roll Hall of Fame recently. "Cut it"?! She f*ckin' SCULPTED it! But T.G.'s clearly not a fan and never was, not having paid attention to her art or life. She was never "drug-addled,"... Read More
Apr 11, 2007 by The Boot Knife of Reasoned Discussion | See all 22 posts
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I share your feelings about Patti. I, too, was fortunate enough to see her twice in concert, though I never met her "in person" as you did.
I did meet one of her old band members, a guy named Ivan Kral, who opened a video shop in New Brunswick NJ years back and we discussed the... Read More
Apr 26, 2007 by E. Casagrande | See all 3 posts
|Pissing In The River With White Rabbitt and Patti Smith||
You found HORSES in 1970?
Wow...a full FIVE YEARS (stuck on my eyes) before the rest of us.
Can anybody join this club?
Apr 10, 2007 by S. Kurtz | See all 3 posts