Smith, Patti

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Smith, Patti - Dream Of Life Dream Of Life
Pop New - LP AL 8453 Arista
Sealed 1988 Vinyl.... more details
 
Smith, Patti - Trampin' Trampin'
Pop New - LP C2 90330 Columbia
Factory Sealed 2004 2LP Gatefold Original. "Trampin' Is To This Decade What 'Horses' Was To The 1970s: A Repudiation Of Its Time, And The Promise Of A Way Forward." David Fricke. 5 Stars In Mojo Magazine.... more details
 
Smith, Patti - Dream Of Life Dream Of Life
Pop New - LP AL 8543 Arista
Sealed 1988 Vinyl. Small SC. ... more details
 
Smith, Patti - Easter Easter
Pop Used - LP AB 4171 Arista
Mint 1978 Original In Shrink Wrap With Glossy Insert. 4½ Stars In All Music Guide. Probably The Best Compromise Smith Achieved Between Her Artistic And Commercial Aspirations. Small CC.... more details
 
Smith, Patti - Dream Of Life Dream Of Life
Pop Used - LP AL 8453 Arista
1988 Original With Custom Card Inner Sleeve. Front Cover Photo By Robert Mapplethorpe. Cut At Masterdisk. Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Smith, Patti - Wave Wave
Pop Used - LP AB 4221 Arista
1979 Original With Glossy Four Page Insert. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Smith, Patti - Wave Wave
Pop New - LP AB 4221 Arista
Sealed 1979 Original, CC. Custom Song Hype Sticker Over Shrink Wrap.... more details
 
Smith, Patti - Twelve Twelve
Pop Used - LP 09430 Columbia
2007 2LP UK Only Original Housed In A Tri-Fold Cover. Both LPs Appear Unplayed. Light Bit Of Rubbing Along Spine, Hence Price.... more details
 
Smith, Patti - Horses Horses
Pop Audiophile - LP 4066 Speakers Corner
Sealed 180gm German Pressing.... more details
 
Smith, Patti - Live At The Bottom Line Live At The Bottom Line
Pop Used - LP 50.153 Y Free Flight
Rare 1979 German Laminated Jacket "Live" Recording From 1975 Featuring John Cale And Others. Pressed On Excellent Quality Vinyl. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Smith, Patti - Set Free EP Set Free EP
Pop Used - 12 ED 12 Arista
1978 Four-Track 45rpm 12" Single. Side 1 Houses Studio Versions Of "Privilege (Set Me Free)" And "Ask The Angels" While The B-Side Features Live Versions Of "25th Floor" And "Babelfield," A Smith Poem Recorded Live In London On 2/28/1978. Jacket Is VG+ With A Sample Stamp On Front Jacket, While The Vinyl Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Smith, Patti - Easter Easter
Pop Audiophile - LP 18826 Simply Vinyl
Sealed, Long Out of Print 180gm HQ Import. “Patti Smith Came Back From The Year-And-A-Half Break Caused By Her Fall From A Stage In January 1977 Without Having Resolved The Art-Versus-Commerce Argument That Had Marred Her Second Album, Radio Ethiopia. In Fact, That Argument Was In Some Ways The Theme Of Her Third. Easter, Produced By Bruce Springsteen Associate Jimmy Lovine, Was Smith's Most Commercial-Sounding Effort Yet And, Due To The Inclusion Of Springsteen's "Because The Night" (With Smith's Revised Lyrics), A Top Ten Hit, It Became Her Biggest Seller, Staying In The Charts More Than Five Months And Getting Into The Top 20 LPs. But Smith Hadn't So Much Sold Out As She Had Learned To Use Her Poetic Gifts Within An Album Rock Context. Certainly, A Song That Proclaimed, "Love Is An Angel Disguised As Lust/Here In Our Bed Until The Morning Comes," Was Pushing The Limits Of Pop Radio, And On "Babelogue," Smith Returned To Her Days Of Declaiming Poetry On New York's Lower East Side. That Rant (Significantly Ending, "I Have Not Sold My Soul To God") Led Into The Provocative "Rock N Roll Nigger," A Charged Rocker With A Chorus That Went, "Outside Of Society/Is Where I Want To Be." Smith Made The Theme From The '60s British Rock Movie Privilege Her Own And Even Got Into The U.K. Charts With It. And On Songs Like "25th Floor," Iovine, Smith, And Her Group Were Able To Accommodate Both The Urge To Rock Out And The Need To Expound. So, Easter Turned Out To Be The Best Compromise Smith Achieved Between Her Artistic And Commercial Aspirations.” William Ruhlmann, AMG.... more details
 
Smith, Patti - Horses Horses
Pop New - LP AL 4066 Arista
Sealed 1975 Heavy Vinyl Original With The First Pressing "AL' Prefix. Clean Cut Out Hole. “It Isn't Hard To Make The Case For Patti Smith As A Punk Rock Progenitor Based On Her Debut Album, Which Anticipated The New Wave By A Year Or So: The Simple, Crudely Played Rock & Roll, Featuring Lenny Kaye's Rudimentary Guitar Work, The Anarchic Spirit Of Smith's Vocals, And The Emotional And Imaginative Nature Of Her Lyrics — All Prefigure The Coming Movement As It Evolved On Both Sides Of The Atlantic. Smith Is A Rock Critic's Dream, A Poet As Steeped In '60s Garage Rock As She Is In French Symbolism; "Land" Carries On From The Doors' "The End," Marking Her As A Successor To Jim Morrison, While The Borrowed Choruses Of "Gloria" And "Land Of A Thousand Dances" Are More In Tune With The Era Of Sampling Than They Were In The '70s. Producer John Cale Respected Smith's Primitivism In A Way That Later Producers Did Not, And The Loose, Improvisatory Song Structures Worked With Her Free Verse To Create Something Like A New Spoken Word/Musical Art Form: Horses Was A Hybrid, The Sound Of A Post-Beat Poet, As She Put It, "Dancing Around To The Simple Rock & Roll Song.” William Ruhlmann, AMG.... more details
 
Smith, Patti - Easter Easter
Pop Used - LP AB 4171 Arista
Near Mint 1978 White Label Promo With Custom Foldout Insert. Cut Corner. “Patti Smith Came Back From The Year-And-A-Half Break Caused By Her Fall From A Stage In January 1977 Without Having Resolved The Art-Versus-Commerce Argument That Had Marred Her Second Album, Radio Ethiopia. In Fact, That Argument Was In Some Ways The Theme Of Her Third. Easter, Produced By Bruce Springsteen Associate Jimmy Iovine, Was Smith's Most Commercial-Sounding Effort Yet And, Due To The Inclusion Of Springsteen's "Because The Night" (With Smith's Revised Lyrics), A Top Ten Hit, It Became Her Biggest Seller, Staying In The Charts More Than Five Months And Getting Into The Top 20 LPs. But Smith Hadn't So Much Sold Out As She Had Learned To Use Her Poetic Gifts Within An Album Rock Context. Certainly, A Song That Proclaimed, "Love Is An Angel Disguised As Lust/Here In Our Bed Until The Morning Comes," Was Pushing The Limits Of Pop Radio, And On "Babelogue," Smith Returned To Her Days Of Declaiming Poetry On New York's Lower East Side. That Rant (Significantly Ending, "I Have Not Sold My Soul To God") Led Into The Provocative "Rock N Roll Nigger," A Charged Rocker With A Chorus That Went, "Outside Of Society/Is Where I Want To Be." Smith Made The Theme From The '60s British Rock Movie Privilege Her Own And Even Got Into The U.K. Charts With It. And On Songs Like "25th Floor," Iovine, Smith, And Her Group Were Able To Accommodate Both The Urge To Rock Out And The Need To Expound. So, Easter Turned Out To Be The Best Compromise Smith Achieved Between Her Artistic And Commercial Aspirations.” William Ruhlmann, AMG.... more details
 
Smith, Patti - Radio Ethiopia Radio Ethiopia
Pop New - LP AL 4047 Arista
Sealed 1976 Heavy Vinyl Original.... more details
 
Smith, Patti - Dream Of Life Dream Of Life
Pop Used - LP 209 172 Arista
1988 UK Original With Custom Inner Sleeve And Custom Insert Hyping The "People Have The Power" Single. Smith's Husband, Former MC5 Guitarist Fred 'Sonic' Smith, Co-Writes And Plays On The Album. This Is Their Only Collaboration. Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Cover Photo By Robert Mapplethorpe.... more details
 
Smith, Patti - People Have The Power People Have The Power
Pop Used - 12 AD1 9688 Arista
1988 Three Track 12" Single In Picture Sleeve. Title Track B/W "Where Duty Calls" And "Wild Leaves." Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Front Cover Photo By Robert Mapplethorpe.... more details
 
Smith, Patti - Outside Society Outside Society
Pop New - LP 94382 Sony
Sealed 2011 2LP Retrospective Of Smith's Recorded Output Spanning Over 3 Decades And 2 Labels. The Liner Notes Feature Brief Recollections Of Each Song Written By Patti, Who Personally Supervised The Song Choices.... more details
 
Smith, Patti - Wave Wave
Pop New - LP AB 4221 Arista
Sealed 1979 Original With CC. Produced By Todd Rundgren.... more details
 
Smith, Patti - Peace And Noise Peace And Noise
Pop New - LP 18986 Arista
Sealed And Pristine 1997 Limited Edition Original With Custom Song Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap.... more details
 
Smith, Patti - Wave Wave
Pop Used - LP AB 4221 Arista
1979 Original With Promo Sticker And Cut Corner.... more details
 
Smith, Patti - Paris 78 Paris 78
Pop Used - LP IP PY 774 Inverted Pyramid
Hard To Find 1978 Original Recorded "Live." Also Includes Tracks Recorded On Mike Douglas And The Today Show. Liner Notes Include A Great And Insightful (Or Inciteful) Interview. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Smith, Patti - Wave Wave
Pop Used - LP AB 4221 Arista
1979 Original With Glossy Four Page Insert. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Smith, Patti - Horses Horses
Pop Audiophile - LP 188271 Simply Vinyl
Long Out Of Print 180gm HQ Import. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “It Isn't Hard To Make The Case For Patti Smith As A Punk Rock Progenitor Based On Her Debut Album, Which Anticipated The New Wave By A Year Or So: The Simple, Crudely Played Rock & Roll, Featuring Lenny Kaye's Rudimentary Guitar Work, The Anarchic Spirit Of Smith's Vocals, And The Emotional And Imaginative Nature Of Her Lyrics — All Prefigure The Coming Movement As It Evolved On Both Sides Of The Atlantic. Smith Is A Rock Critic's Dream, A Poet As Steeped In '60s Garage Rock As She Is In French Symbolism; "Land" Carries On From The Doors' "The End," Marking Her As A Successor To Jim Morrison, While The Borrowed Choruses Of "Gloria" And "Land Of A Thousand Dances" Are More In Tune With The Era Of Sampling Than They Were In The '70s. Producer John Cale Respected Smith's Primitivism In A Way That Later Producers Did Not, And The Loose, Improvisatory Song Structures Worked With Her Free Verse To Create Something Like A New Spoken Word/Musical Art Form: Horses Was A Hybrid, The Sound Of A Post-Beat Poet, As She Put It, "Dancing Around To The Simple Rock & Roll Song.” William Ruhlmann, AMG.... more details
 
Smith, Patti - Banga Banga
Pop New - LP 22217 Columbia
Sealed, Out Of Print 2012 Limited Edition 2LP. Includes Text And Photographs By Patti Smith. “On Banga, Smith Marries Together Her Various Forms Of Literary Expression With Rock And Pop In An Iconic Assemblage. Her Collaborators Are (Mostly) Familiar: Guitarist Lenny Kaye, Drummer Jay Dee Daugherty, Bassist Tony Shanahan, Guitarist Tom Verlaine, Her Children Jackson And Jessi, And Guitarist Jack Petruzzelli. Italian Band Casa Del Vento And Johnny Depp Also Appear. The Album Is Saturated With Poetry, Sung Or Spoken -- Sometimes Both. Its Themes Range From A Non-Didactic Reflection On Environmental Crisis, The Dominion Of Art As Man's Greatest Gift To The Divine -- As Well As Its Own Species -- Homages, Elegies, And Love Songs, All Offered With Authority And Tenderness. Musically, The Album Is Absent The Dynamic, Free-Form Chaos That Marks Her Earlier Recordings, But Is Better For It. This Is True Even When The Band Stretches To Improvise Forcefully On A Theme By Sun Ra In The Glorious "Tarkovsky (The Second Stop Is Jupiter)." This Is Not To Say That Banga Doesn't Rock; It Does, All Over The Place: In The Aforementioned Cut, In The Dramatic "Fuji-San," And In The Blistering Title Track (Named For A Dog In Mikhail Bulgakov's Master And Margarita). But There Are The Pop Songs, Too: The Hooky "April's Fool" (A Song About Nomadic Lovers That Echoes The Themes In Just Kids), The Sweet Ballad "This Is The Girl," For Amy Winehouse, And The Elegant Waltz "Maria" (For Maria Schneider). "Contantine's Dream," Offers A Feverish Juxtaposition Of Painter Piero Della Francesca's Death, His Painting (The Title Of The Cut), A Dream She Had Of Saint Francis Weeping At The Current State Of The Environment In The 21st Century, And The Ecstatic Vision Of Columbus As He Saw The New World For The First Time-- On The Same Day De Francisca Died. Smith's Poetic Skill -- She Improvised The Lyrics On The Spot -- Is Astonishing. She Pulls It All Together With Visionary Social And Spiritual Context. The Set Closes With A Lilting Cover Of Neil Young's "After The Gold Rush," Underscoring The Previous Tune's Apocalyptic Meaning Albeit More Gently With A Children's Chorus On The Refrain. Banga Is An Event; It's Not Only Provocative And Expansive Lyrically, But Abundantly Enjoyable Musically. As An Artist, Smith Embodies The Highest Calling Of Her Vocation: She Completely Absorbs Everything She Encounters, Then Gives It Back To The Culture In A Manner That Holistically Edifies It.” Thom Jurek, AMG.... more details
 
Smith, Patti - Horses Horses
Pop New - LP 88691960281 Arista
Sealed 2012 Remastered Edition. “It Isn't Hard To Make The Case For Patti Smith As A Punk Rock Progenitor Based On Her Debut Album, Which Anticipated The New Wave By A Year Or So: The Simple, Crudely Played Rock & Roll, Featuring Lenny Kaye's Rudimentary Guitar Work, The Anarchic Spirit Of Smith's Vocals, And The Emotional And Imaginative Nature Of Her Lyrics — All Prefigure The Coming Movement As It Evolved On Both Sides Of The Atlantic. Smith Is A Rock Critic's Dream, A Poet As Steeped In '60s Garage Rock As She Is In French Symbolism; "Land" Carries On From The Doors' "The End," Marking Her As A Successor To Jim Morrison, While The Borrowed Choruses Of "Gloria" And "Land Of A Thousand Dances" Are More In Tune With The Era Of Sampling Than They Were In The '70s. Producer John Cale Respected Smith's Primitivism In A Way That Later Producers Did Not, And The Loose, Improvisatory Song Structures Worked With Her Free Verse To Create Something Like A New Spoken Word/Musical Art Form: Horses Was A Hybrid, The Sound Of A Post-Beat Poet, As She Put It, "Dancing Around To The Simple Rock & Roll Song.” William Ruhlmann, AMG.... more details
 
Smith, Patti - Trampin' Trampin'
Pop Used - LP COL 515215 Columbia
2004 2LP Satin Finish Gatefold Original Cut By Greg Calbi At Sterling Sound. "Trampin' Is To This Decade What 'Horses' Was To The 1970s: A Repudiation Of Its Time, And The Promise Of A Way Forward." David Fricke. 5 Stars In Mojo Magazine. Both LPs Appear Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Smith, Patti - You Light Up My Life You Light Up My Life
Pop Used - LP PSG 44 Ruthless Rhymes
Live Album Recorded At The Santa Monica Civic Center In 1978. Comes Housed In A Hand Made Sleeve With Newspaper Clippings And A Hand Written Track List.... more details
 
Smith, Patti - Live In Germany 1979 Live In Germany 1979
Pop New - LP VP 80133 Vinyl Passion
Sealed 2012 2LP Gatefold Original. Recorded Live In Essen, Germany On April 21, 1979.... more details
 
Smith, Patti - Hey Joe / Radio Ethiopia (Live Version) Hey Joe / Radio Ethiopia (Live Version)
Pop Used - 12 2C052-60133z Arista
Rare 1977 45rpm 12 Inch Housed In A Laminated Jacket. Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Smith, Patti - Easter Easter
Pop Used - LP 18RS-9 Arista
1978 Japanese Pressing With Obi. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Light Wear On Top Seam. “Patti Smith Came Back From The Year-And-A-Half Break Caused By Her Fall From A Stage In January 1977 Without Having Resolved The Art-Versus-Commerce Argument That Had Marred Her Second Album, Radio Ethiopia. In Fact, That Argument Was In Some Ways The Theme Of Her Third. Easter, Produced By Bruce Springsteen Associate Jimmy Lovine, Was Smith's Most Commercial-Sounding Effort Yet And, Due To The Inclusion Of Springsteen's "Because The Night" (With Smith's Revised Lyrics), A Top Ten Hit, It Became Her Biggest Seller, Staying In The Charts More Than Five Months And Getting Into The Top 20 LPs. But Smith Hadn't So Much Sold Out As She Had Learned To Use Her Poetic Gifts Within An Album Rock Context. Certainly, A Song That Proclaimed, "Love Is An Angel Disguised As Lust/Here In Our Bed Until The Morning Comes," Was Pushing The Limits Of Pop Radio, And On "Babelogue," Smith Returned To Her Days Of Declaiming Poetry On New York's Lower East Side. That Rant (Significantly Ending, "I Have Not Sold My Soul To God") Led Into The Provocative "Rock N Roll Nigger," A Charged Rocker With A Chorus That Went, "Outside Of Society/Is Where I Want To Be." Smith Made The Theme From The '60s British Rock Movie Privilege Her Own And Even Got Into The U.K. Charts With It. And On Songs Like "25th Floor," Iovine, Smith, And Her Group Were Able To Accommodate Both The Urge To Rock Out And The Need To Expound. So, Easter Turned Out To Be The Best Compromise Smith Achieved Between Her Artistic And Commercial Aspirations.” William Ruhlmann, AMG.... more details
 
Smith, Patti - I Never Talked To Bob Dylan I Never Talked To Bob Dylan
Pop Used - LP STD 2 Stoned
Beautiful 1977 Original Housed In A Fully Laminated, Full Color Jacket. Appears Unplayed. Recorded Live At The Concerthouse In Stockholm, Sweden, October 3rd, 1976.... more details
 
Smith, Patti - Horses Horses
Pop Used - LP ALB6-8362 Arista
Pretty Rare Late 1970 Pressing On Pure Virgin Vinyl. Jacket Has The AL5-8158 Catalog Number, But This Must Have Been Pressed Right Around When Bar Codes Were Making Their Debut As There Is A Pasted On Bar Code That Wraps Around The Spine With The "ALB6" Prefix. Appears Unplayed. It Isn't Hard To Make The Case For Patti Smith As A Punk Rock Progenitor Based On Her Debut Album, Which Anticipated The New Wave By A Year Or So: The Simple, Crudely Played Rock & Roll, Featuring Lenny Kaye's Rudimentary Guitar Work, The Anarchic Spirit Of Smith's Vocals, And The Emotional And Imaginative Nature Of Her Lyrics — All Prefigure The Coming Movement As It Evolved On Both Sides Of The Atlantic. Smith Is A Rock Critic's Dream, A Poet As Steeped In '60s Garage Rock As She Is In French Symbolism; "Land" Carries On From The Doors' "The End," Marking Her As A Successor To Jim Morrison, While The Borrowed Choruses Of "Gloria" And "Land Of A Thousand Dances" Are More In Tune With The Era Of Sampling Than They Were In The '70s. Producer John Cale Respected Smith's Primitivism In A Way That Later Producers Did Not, And The Loose, Improvisatory Song Structures Worked With Her Free Verse To Create Something Like A New Spoken Word/Musical Art Form: Horses Was A Hybrid, The Sound Of A Post-Beat Poet, As She Put It, "Dancing Around To The Simple Rock & Roll Song.” William Ruhlmann, AMG.... more details
 
Smith, Patti - Horses Horses
Pop Audiophile - LP AL 4066 Speakers Corner
Sealed, Out Of Print 2006 180gm Reissue. “It Isn't Hard To Make The Case For Patti Smith As A Punk Rock Progenitor Based On Her Debut Album, Which Anticipated The New Wave By A Year Or So: The Simple, Crudely Played Rock & Roll, Featuring Lenny Kaye's Rudimentary Guitar Work, The Anarchic Spirit Of Smith's Vocals, And The Emotional And Imaginative Nature Of Her Lyrics — All Prefigure The Coming Movement As It Evolved On Both Sides Of The Atlantic. Smith Is A Rock Critic's Dream, A Poet As Steeped In '60s Garage Rock As She Is In French Symbolism; "Land" Carries On From The Doors' "The End," Marking Her As A Successor To Jim Morrison, While The Borrowed Choruses Of "Gloria" And "Land Of A Thousand Dances" Are More In Tune With The Era Of Sampling Than They Were In The '70s. Producer John Cale Respected Smith's Primitivism In A Way That Later Producers Did Not, And The Loose, Improvisatory Song Structures Worked With Her Free Verse To Create Something Like A New Spoken Word/Musical Art Form: Horses Was A Hybrid, The Sound Of A Post-Beat Poet, As She Put It, "Dancing Around To The Simple Rock & Roll Song.” William Ruhlmann, AMG.... more details
 
Smith, Patti - Horses Horses
Pop Audiophile - LP AL 4066 Speakers Corner
Sealed, Out Of Print 2006 180gm Reissue. Only About Two Inches Of The Mouth Remains Sealed. “It Isn't Hard To Make The Case For Patti Smith As A Punk Rock Progenitor Based On Her Debut Album, Which Anticipated The New Wave By A Year Or So: The Simple, Crudely Played Rock & Roll, Featuring Lenny Kaye's Rudimentary Guitar Work, The Anarchic Spirit Of Smith's Vocals, And The Emotional And Imaginative Nature Of Her Lyrics — All Prefigure The Coming Movement As It Evolved On Both Sides Of The Atlantic. Smith Is A Rock Critic's Dream, A Poet As Steeped In '60s Garage Rock As She Is In French Symbolism; "Land" Carries On From The Doors' "The End," Marking Her As A Successor To Jim Morrison, While The Borrowed Choruses Of "Gloria" And "Land Of A Thousand Dances" Are More In Tune With The Era Of Sampling Than They Were In The '70s. Producer John Cale Respected Smith's Primitivism In A Way That Later Producers Did Not, And The Loose, Improvisatory Song Structures Worked With Her Free Verse To Create Something Like A New Spoken Word/Musical Art Form: Horses Was A Hybrid, The Sound Of A Post-Beat Poet, As She Put It, "Dancing Around To The Simple Rock & Roll Song.” William Ruhlmann, AMG.... more details
 
Smith, Patti - Gloria / My Generation Gloria / My Generation
Pop Used - 12 ARISTA 135 Arista
1975 45rpm UK Only 12 Inch Single. Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Smith, Patti - Because The Night / Redondo Beach Because The Night / Redondo Beach
Pop Used - 12 ARIST 12513 Arista
1983 UK 4 Song 45rpm 12 Inch Housed In A Picture Sleeve. B/W "Dancing Barefoot" And "Free Money." Appears Unplayed. Delicate Cover Has Light Crease On Part Of Mouth, Hence Price.... more details
 
Smith, Patti - Horses Horses
Pop Used - LP AL 4066 Arista
1975 White Label Promo With Clean Cut-Out Hole. Slight Corner Bumps And Bottom Seam Split ($150 If Perfect). “It Isn't Hard To Make The Case For Patti Smith As A Punk Rock Progenitor Based On Her Debut Album, Which Anticipated The New Wave By A Year Or So: The Simple, Crudely Played Rock & Roll, Featuring Lenny Kaye's Rudimentary Guitar Work, The Anarchic Spirit Of Smith's Vocals, And The Emotional And Imaginative Nature Of Her Lyrics — All Prefigure The Coming Movement As It Evolved On Both Sides Of The Atlantic. Smith Is A Rock Critic's Dream, A Poet As Steeped In '60s Garage Rock As She Is In French Symbolism; "Land" Carries On From The Doors' "The End," Marking Her As A Successor To Jim Morrison, While The Borrowed Choruses Of "Gloria" And "Land Of A Thousand Dances" Are More In Tune With The Era Of Sampling Than They Were In The '70s. Producer John Cale Respected Smith's Primitivism In A Way That Later Producers Did Not, And The Loose, Improvisatory Song Structures Worked With Her Free Verse To Create Something Like A New Spoken Word/Musical Art Form: Horses Was A Hybrid, The Sound Of A Post-Beat Poet, As She Put It, "Dancing Around To The Simple Rock & Roll Song.” William Ruhlmann, AMG.... more details
 
Smith, Patti - Teenage Perversity & Ships In The Night Teenage Perversity & Ships In The Night
Pop Used - LP ZAP 7854 Ze Anonym Plattenspieler
1976 Original Recorded Live. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Smith, Patti - Horses (Live At Electric Lady Studios) Horses (Live At Electric Lady Studios)
Pop New - LP EL 001 Electric Lady
Sealed, Limited Edition 2016 2LP 180gm Gatefold Original.... more details
 

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