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Patti Smith - Brian Jones mp3 track

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Performer: Patti Smith
Title: Brian Jones
Country: UK
Style: Spoken Word
Category: Sounds
Rating: 4.7 ✦
Other format: AA VQF MP1 AUD APE AU AAC

Tracklist

Brian Jones 1:33
Stockinged Feet 1:03
Jesus Christ 0:34

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
Fright 017 Patti Smith Brian Jones ‎(7", S/Sided, Unofficial, W/Lbl) Fierce Recordings Fright 017 UK Unknown
Fright 017 Patti Smith Brian Jones ‎(7", S/Sided, Unofficial, W/Lbl, Fie) Fierce Recordings Fright 017 UK Unknown

Wave is the fourth studio album by the Patti Smith Group, released May 17, 1979, on Arista Records. This album was less commercially successful than its predecessor, Easter, although it continued the band's move towards more radio-friendly mainstream pop music. It was produced by artist/producer Todd Rundgren. The title track was a tribute to Pope John Paul I, whose brief papacy coincided with the recording sessions.

Twelve is the tenth studio album by Patti Smith, released April 17, 2007 on Columbia Records. The album contains twelve tracks, all of which are cover versions. It debuted on Billboard 200 at number 60, with 11,000 copies sold in its first week. A promotional EP entitled Two More was also released, featuring two tracks that are not on the album: "Perfect Day" by Lou Reed and "Here I Dreamt I Was an Architect" by The Decemberists.

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Ride and Savages also appear at the second day of the London festival. Patti Smith paid tribute to lost idols during her Field Day 2015 performance. The punk poet recreated her seminal 1975 album ‘Horses’ in full as she appeared on the Main Stage at the London festival on Sunday (June 7). Before the final song from the record, ‘Elegie’, she told the crowd the song had been written in memory of Jimi Hendrix. This song is for all the people we’ve lost, she continued, calling out the names of deceased friends like Robert Mapplethorpe and her husband Fred Sonic Smith

Patti Smith with Lenny Kaye at CBGBs club in New York City, 1975. Photograph: Richard E. Aaron/Redferns. Smith says she never intended to make a record, yet it was out of these performances that her debut album, Horses, was born. Even now, 41 years on from its release, it sounds like nothing else: snarling and snotty, yet transcendental and poetic, too. She asked Velvet Underground founder John Cale to produce it – not the sensible choice, given his unconventional working methods – and the pair clashed frequently.

For me, Bob Dylan and Patti Smith, just to mention two, are superb singers by any measure I could ever care about - expressivity, surprise, soul, grain, interpretive wit, angle of vision. Those two folks, a handful of others: their soul-burps are, for me, the soul-burps of the gods. The beauty of the singer’s voice touches us in a place that’s as personal as the place from which that voice has issued. Key Tracks "With a Little Help From My Friends," "You Are So Beautiful," "Feelin' Alright," "Cry Me a River". Influenced Bryan Adams, Brian Johnson. He brought Ray Charles to the mix as an influence on rock & roll," says Steve Van Zandt.

The Patti Smith Group's most conventional album, Wave was given a bright pop/rock sound by producer Todd Rundgren. It was the last album Smith made before marrying and retiring from record-making for nine years, and it can be heard as a farewell to the music business, from "Frederick," the love song to her husband-to-be, Fred "Sonic" Smith, that leads it off, to the version of "So You Want to Be (A Rock 'n' Roll Star)," among.