Patti Smith Complete 1975-2006: Lyrics, ReflectionsNotes for the Future

Patti Smith Complete Lyrics ReflectionsNotes for the Future HORSES Gloria In Excelsis Deo Redondo Beach Birdland Free Money Kimberly Fire of Unknown Origin Break It Up Land Elegie RADIO ETHIOPIA Ask the Angels Ain t It Strange Poppies Pissing in a River Pumpin

  • Title: Patti Smith Complete 1975-2006: Lyrics, ReflectionsNotes for the Future
  • Author: Patti Smith
  • ISBN: 9780060849719
  • Page: 254
  • Format: Paperback
  • HORSES Gloria In Excelsis Deo Redondo Beach Birdland Free Money Kimberly Fire of Unknown Origin Break It Up Land Elegie RADIO ETHIOPIA Ask the Angels Ain t It Strange Poppies Pissing in a River Pumping My Heart Distant Fingers Chiklets Radio Ethiopia Abyssinia EASTER Till Victory Space Monkey Because the Night Ghost Dance Babelogue Rock n Roll Nigger We Three 25th FlooHORSES Gloria In Excelsis Deo Redondo Beach Birdland Free Money Kimberly Fire of Unknown Origin Break It Up Land Elegie RADIO ETHIOPIA Ask the Angels Ain t It Strange Poppies Pissing in a River Pumping My Heart Distant Fingers Chiklets Radio Ethiopia Abyssinia EASTER Till Victory Space Monkey Because the Night Ghost Dance Babelogue Rock n Roll Nigger We Three 25th Floor High on Rebellion Godspeed Easter WAVE Frederick Dancing Barefoot Revenge Citizen Ship Seven Ways of Going Broken Flag Wave Hymn DREAM OF LIFE People Have the Power Up There Down There Paths That Cross Somalia Wild Leaves Dream of Life It Takes Time Where Duty Calls Going Under As the Night Goes By Looking for You I Was The Jackson Song Memorial Song GONE AGAIN Gone Again Beneath the Southern Cross About a Boy My Madrigal Summer Cannibals Dead to the World Wing Ravens Fireflies Farewell Reel Come Back Little Sheba PEACE AND NOISE Waiting Underground Whirl Away 1959 Don t Say Nothing Dead City Blue Poles Death Singing Memento Mori Last Call GUNG HO One Voice Lo and Beholden Boy Cried Wolf Persuasion Gone Pie China Bird Glitter in Their Eyes Strange Messengers Grateful Upright Come New Party Libbie s Song Gung Ho TRAMPIN Trampin Jubilee Mother Rose Stride of the Mind Cartwheels Gandhi Trespasses In My Blakean Year Cash Peaceable Kingdom Radio Baghdad

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    One Reply to “Patti Smith Complete 1975-2006: Lyrics, ReflectionsNotes for the Future”

    1. Really interesting read. There are a few notes that refer to milestone events. Patti Smith is from another world. Very ethereal. She must have experienced such grief over her lost and departed loves, but her poems and notes are philosophical and beautiful. I was lucky enough to see Patti Smith up close twice during the recent Melbourne Festival. The first time was a surprise visitation at a screening of the documentary about her life. She honoured us with a song. The second was at a recording of [...]

    2. I have a signed copy that my father got for me! He told that I adored her like he had loved the Beatles and it made her happyThanks Dad!

    3. An older book - 1998 - but I really liked this. The lyrics are great, obviously, but I liked it mostly for the photos and in particular the contextual notes around the songs and diary entries/poems.

    4. I don't do well with reading lyrics or poetry and I much prefer Ms. Smith's transition narratives. The book design and presentation are terrific and the photos just rock. Ms. Smith and I were in NYC, Manhattan, at the same time back in our day and I probably saw her not knowing her traveling the streets of the East Village. I lived on 6th St.(?) between B and C and I ate at Leshko's and I walked back and forth to and from NYU and then I lived on 6th St.(?) just near the Filmore East and the Fact [...]

    5. I was tempted when I decided to read this, rather than just referring to when I wanted to follow the words to a particular song, to just sit down and listen to the albums as I went, but found myself distracted by the music and less able to concentrate on the lyrics. So I stopped that and it became a better reading experience. Patti Smith is a brilliant lyricist and poet, and reading the words and occasional explanatory notes was almost like reading a book of her poetry. Some of it is quite force [...]

    6. "Take me now, baby here as I am"! What rocker doesn't know Patti's famous hit "Because the night"?!(If you don't, you shouldeven my Mother loves it)I love to read lyrics and Patti's songs really can read like poetry. Favorites are Because the night, Pissing in a river and dancing barefoot. She really knows how to belt it, wheather shes in-love or crying.

    7. This is a beautiful and moving work containing 30+ years of Patti Smith's songwriting career. Not only does it contain her lyrics, but also bits of memoir describing her lyrical inspirations, much of which is pain and loss. While none of Patti's photographs are included, there are many images of her taken by others including Robert Mapplethorpe and Annie Leibowitz. Highly recommended.

    8. It always feels like I'm plunging, feet first, ramrod straight, into Smith's writing. Once I'm in I'm sinking, and there's nothing that could be more pleasant in those moments. Back to reality, and I can say that this book has some great photographs that I'd never come across before now.

    9. The lyrics of her songs, arranged chronologically by album, with photos by Robert Mapplethorpe, Annie Liebovitz, etc. Also includes some notes from over the years, and more recent commentary. It is a roadmap of Patti Smith's creative career, inspirations, and transformations.

    10. What I really enjoyed was her photographs and art work, also her straight ahead writing ( the lyrics read well, but in the end they are just lyrics). When I want Patti Smith the Poet, I pull out one have her many excellent poetry books. Patti isn't afraid to stir it up, I like that.

    11. I remember seeing "Clapton is God" sprayed on building walls. They got it wrong, Patti Smith is GOD, Clapton is merely good.

    12. My favourites were:-the Jackson Song- Memorial Song- Mother Rose- Peaceable Kingdom- Cartwheels- Strange Messengers

    13. I am enamored of Patti for a long time, so I am biased, but this could've been great with more poems and less song lyrics.

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