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CBGB'S 1979 (2CD)

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Item no. : LFM2CD675
Product type : Compact Disc Double
Release Date : 29 October 2021



Few women in music have had as enormous an impact and influence as Patti Smith. The first of the art-punk poets, Smith burst onto the early New York punk scene in 1975 with a series of "music poetry happenings" staged at the legendary CBGB club between 1974 and 1976. A former college dropout who moved to Greenwich Village in the late 1960s, where she developed her skills as a beat poet, Patti Smith eventually discovered that the energetic punk scene of the mid-1970s could work as the perfect vehicle for her controversial poetry and singing style. Having worked initially with a music critic and record store clerk named Lenny Kaye, Smith eventually formed her own band, with Kaye, keyboardist Richard Sohl, bassist Ivan Kral and drummer Dee Jay Daugherty.

1. Land: Horses/Land Of A Thousand Dances/La Mer (De) 13:46
2. Redondo Beach 4:28
3. Fire Of Unknown Origin 3:43
4. Kimberly 5:31
5. Dancing Barefoot 5:53
6. Space Monkey 5:17
7. Privilege (Set Me Free) 5:23
8. 25th Floor 7:45
9. Cold Turkey 6:46
10. For Your Love 4:15

1. Revenge 6:13
2. Frederick 7:04
3. Seven Ways Of Going 7:18
4. Poppies 8:39
5. All Along The Watchtower 4:11
6. Spider and the Fly 1985 3:43
7. So You Want To Be A Rock 'N' Roll Star 12:00
8. 54321/Wave 3:37
9. Twist And Shout 6:42

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