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Patti Smith - Land (1975 - 2002) (disc 1)

Artist...............: Patti Smith
Album................: Land (1975 - 2002) (disc 1)
Genre................: Rock
Source...............: CD
Year.................: 2002
Ripper...............: Exact Audio Copy (Secure mode) / Level 8 & TSSTcorp CDDVD SE-S204N
Codec................: Free Lossless Audio Codec (FLAC)
Version..............: reference libFLAC 1.2.1 20070917
Quality..............: Lossless, (avg. compression: 76 %)
Channels.............: Stereo / 44100 HZ / 16 Bit
Tags.................: VorbisComment

Ripped by............: Warlordhunter on 8/30/2008
Posted by............: Warlordhunter on 9/6/2008

Included.............: NFO, M3U, LOG, CUE
Covers...............: Front Leaflet


1. (00:04:16) Patti Smith - Dancing Barefoot
2. (00:01:30) Patti Smith - Babelogue
3. (00:03:23) Patti Smith - Rock N Roll Nigger
4. (00:05:53) Patti Smith - Gloria
5. (00:04:51) Patti Smith - Pissing In a River
6. (00:03:48) Patti Smith - Free Money
7. (00:05:10) Patti Smith - People Have the Power
8. (00:03:23) Patti Smith - Because the Night
9. (00:03:03) Patti Smith - Frederick
10. (00:04:09) Patti Smith - Summer Cannibals
11. (00:04:41) Patti Smith - Ghost Dance
12. (00:06:37) Patti Smith - Ain't It Strange
13. (00:04:01) Patti Smith - 1959
14. (00:04:37) Patti Smith - Beneath the Southern Cross
15. (00:03:05) Patti Smith - Glitter in Their Eyes
16. (00:04:20) Patti Smith - Paths That Cross
17. (00:05:00) Patti Smith - When Doves Cry

Playing Time.........: 01:11:47
Total Size...........: 481.86 MB

NFO generated on.....: 9/6/2008 2:48:56 AM

Patti Smith - Land (1975-2002) (disc2)

Artist...............: Patti Smith
Album................: Land (1975-2002) (disc2)
Genre................: Rock
Source...............: CD
Year.................: 2002
Ripper...............: Exact Audio Copy (Secure mode) / Level 8 & TSSTcorp CDDVD SE-S204N
Codec................: Free Lossless Audio Codec (FLAC)
Version..............: FLAC 1.2.1 20070917
Quality..............: Lossless, (avg. compression: 99 %)
Channels.............: Stereo / 44100 HZ / 16 Bit
Tags.................: VorbisComment

Ripped by............: Warlordhunter on 8/30/2008
Posted by............: Warlordhunter on 9/6/2008
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Included.............: NFO, M3U, LOG, CUE
Covers...............: Front


1. (00:05:03) Patti Smith - Piss Factory (Track)
2. (00:03:45) Patti Smith - Redondo Beach (Demo)
3. (00:04:57) Patti Smith - Distant Fingers (Demo)
4. (00:05:43) Patti Smith - 25th Floor (Live)
5. (00:02:36) Patti Smith - Come Back Little Sheba (Track)
6. (00:04:56) Patti Smith - Wander I Go (Track)
7. (00:04:35) Patti Smith - Dead City (Live)
8. (00:06:41) Patti Smith - Spell (Live)
9. (00:05:05) Patti Smith - Wing (Live)
10. (00:05:49) Patti Smith - Boy Cried Wolf (Live)
11. (00:09:43) Patti Smith - Birdland (Live)
12. (00:07:21) Patti Smith - Higher Learning (Track)
13. (00:06:05) Patti Smith - Notes To The Future (Live)

Playing Time.........: 01:12:19
Total Size...........: 431.93 MB

NFO generated on.....: 9/6/2008 2:48:56 AM

Patricia Lee Smith ( born December 30, 1946) is an American singer-
songwriter and poet. She was influential in the birth of punk rock with her
1975 debut album Horses. Called "Godmother of Punk" she integrated the
beat poetry performance style with three-chord rock. Her allusions
introduced American teens to 19th century French poetry, while her
"unladylike" language defied the disco era. Smith is most widely known for the
song "Because the Night", which was co-written with Bruce Springsteen and
reached number 13 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1978. In 2005 Patti
Smith was named a Commander of the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres by the
French Minister of Culture, and in 2007 she was inducted into the Rock and
Roll Hall of Fame.

Early years
Smith was born in Chicago. Her mother, Beverly, was a jazz singer, and
father, Grant, worked at the Honeywell plant. She spent her entire childhood
in Woodbury, New Jersey. Raised the daughter of a Jehovah's Witness
mother, she claims she had a strong religious education and a very good Bible
education, but left organized religion as a teenager because she felt it was
too confining and much later wrote the opening line of her cover version of
Them's "Gloria" in response to this experience. Smith graduated from
Deptford Township High School in 1964. The family was not wealthy and
Smith went to work in a factory.

1967–1973: New York
In 1967 she left Glassboro State Teachers College (now Rowan University)
and moved to New York City. She met photographer Robert Mapplethorpe
there while working at a book store with a friend, poet Janet Hamill.
Mapplethorpe's photographs of her became the covers for the Patti Smith
Group LPs, and they remained friends until Mapplethorpe's death in 1989. In
1969 she went to Paris with her sister and started busking and doing
performance art. When Smith returned to New York City, she lived in the
Hotel Chelsea with Mapplethorpe; they frequented the fashionable Max's
Kansas City and CBGB nightclubs. The same year Smith appeared with Wayne
County in Jackie Curtis's play Femme Fatale. As a member of the St. Mark's
Poetry Project, she spent the early '70s painting, writing, and performing. In
1971 she performed – for one night only – in Sam Shepard's Cowboy Mouth.
(The published play's notes call for "a man who looks like a coyote and a
woman who looks like a crow".) She collaborated with Allen Lanier of Blue
Öyster Cult, who recorded several of the songs to which Smith had
contributed, including "Debbie Denise" (after her poem "In Remembrance of
Debbie Denise"), "Career of Evil", "Fire of Unknown Origin", "The Revenge of
Vera Gemini", and "Shooting Shark". During these years, Smith also wrote
rock journalism, some of which was published in Creem magazine.

1974–1979: Patti Smith Group

by 1974 Patti Smith was performing rock music herself, initially with guitarist
and rock archivist Lenny Kaye, and later with a full band comprising Kaye,
Ivan Kral on bass, Jay Dee Daugherty on drums and Richard Sohl, on piano.
Ivan Kral was a refugee from Czechoslovakia, fleeing in 1968 after the fall of
Alexander Dubcek. Financed by Robert Mapplethorpe, the band recorded a
first single, "Hey Joe / Piss Factory", in 1974. The A-side was a version of the
rock standard with the addition of a spoken word piece about fugitive heiress
Patty Hearst ("Patty Hearst, you're standing there in front of the Symbionese
Liberation Army flag with your legs spread, I was wondering were you gettin'
it every night from a black revolutionary man and his women..."). The B-side
describes the helpless anger Smith had felt while working on a factory
assembly line and the salvation she discovered in the form of a shoplifted
book, the 19th century French poet Arthur Rimbaud's Illuminations.

Patti Smith Group was signed by Clive Davis of Arista Records, and 1975 saw
the release of Smith's first album Horses, produced by John Cale amidst some
tension. The album fused punk rock and spoken poetry and begins with a
cover of Van Morrison's "Gloria", and Smith's opening words: "Jesus died for
somebody's sins but not mine." The austere cover photograph by Robert
Mapplethorpe has become one of rock's classic images. As Patti Smith Group
toured the United States and Europe, punk's popularity grew. The rawer
sound of the group's second album, Radio Ethiopia, reflected this.
Considerably less accessible than Horses, Radio Ethiopia received poor
reviews. However, several of its songs have stood the test of time, and
Smith still performs them regularly in concert. On January 23, 1977, while
touring in support of the record, Smith accidentally danced off a high stage in
Tampa, Florida and fell 15 feet into a concrete orchestra pit, breaking several
neck vertebrae. The injury required a period of rest and an intensive round
of physical therapy, during which time she was able to reassess, re-energize
and reorganize her life. Patti Smith Group produced two further albums
before the end of the 1970s. Easter (1978) was her most commercially
successful record, containing the single "Because the Night" co-written with
Bruce Springsteen. Wave (1979) was less successful, although the songs
"Frederick" and "Dancing Barefoot" both received commercial airplay.

1996–2003: Re-emergence
Music Samples:
"Summer Cannibals"

In 1996, Smith worked with her long-time colleagues to record the haunting
Gone Again, featuring "About a Boy", a tribute to Kurt Cobain. Smith was a
fan of Cobain, but was more angered than saddened by his suicide. That
same year she collaborated with Stipe on "E-Bow the Letter," a song on
R.E.M.'s New Adventures in Hi-Fi, which she has also performed live with the
band. After release of Gone Again, Patti Smith has recorded two new albums:
Peace and Noise in 1997 (with the single "1959", about the invasion of Tibet)
and Gung Ho in 2000 (with songs about Ho Chi Minh and Smith's late father).
A box set of her work up to that time, The Patti Smith Masters, came out in
1996, and 2002 saw the release of Land (1975–2002), a two-CD compilation
that includes a memorable cover of Prince's "When Doves Cry". Smith's solo
art exhibition Strange Messenger was hosted at The Andy Warhol Museum in
Pittsburgh on September 28, 2002.

On April 27, 2004 Patti Smith released Trampin' which included several songs
about motherhood, partly in tribute to Smith's mother who died two years
before. Smith curated the Meltdown festival in London on June 25, 2005, the
penultimate event being the first live performance of Horses in its entirety.
Guitarist Tom Verlaine took Oliver Ray's place. This live performance was
released later in the year as Horses/Horses. In August 2005 Smith gave a
literary lecture about the poems of Arthur Rimbaud and William Blake. On July
10, 2005, Smith was named a Commander of the Ordre des Arts et des
Lettres by the French Ministry of Culture. In addition to her influence on rock
music, the Minister also noted Smith's appreciation of Arthur Rimbaud. On
October 15, 2006, Patti Smith performed at the CBGB nightclub, with a 3½-
hour tour de force to close out Manhattan's music venue. She took the stage
at 9:30 p.m. (EDT) and closed for the night (and forever for the venue) at a
few minutes after 1:00 a.m., performing her song "Elegie", and finally reading
a list of punk rock musicians and advocates who had died in the previous

Smith was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame March 12, 2007. She
dedicated her award to the memory of her late husband, Fred, and gave a
performance of The Rolling Stones classic "Gimme Shelter." As the closing
number of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, Smith's
"People Have the Power" was used for the big celebrity jam that always ends
the program. From March 28 to June 22, 2008 the Fondation Cartier pour
l'Art Contemporain in Paris hosted a major exhibition of the visual work of
Patti Smith, Land 250, drawn from pieces created between 1967 and 2007.
At the 2008 Rowan Commencement ceremony, Smith received an honorary
doctorate degree for her contributions to popular culture. Smith is the subject
of a 2008 documentary film, Patti Smith: Dream of Life. A live album by Patti
Smith and Kevin Shields, The Coral Sea was released in July 2008.

Smith has been a supporter of the Green Party (United States) and was a
backer of Ralph Nader in the 2000 United States presidential election. She led
the crowd singing "Over the Rainbow" and "People Have the Power" at the
campaign's rallies, and also performed at several of Nader's subsequent
"Democracy Rising" events. Smith, however, supported Democratic candidate
John Kerry in the 2004 election. Bruce Springsteen continued performing her
"People Have the Power" at Vote for Change campaign events. In the winter
of 2004/2005, Smith toured again with Nader in a series of rallies against the
Iraq War and call for the impeachment of George W. Bush.

Smith premiered two new protest songs in London in September 2006. Louise
Jury, writing in The Independent, characterized them as "an emotional
indictment of American and Israeli foreign policy". Song "Qana" (available at
official website) was about the Israeli airstrike on the Lebanese village of
Qana. "Without Chains" (available at official website) is about Murat Kurnaz,
a Turkish citizen who was born and raised in Germany, held at Guantanamo
Bay detainment camp for four years. Jury's article quotes Smith as saying:

I wrote both these songs directly in response to events that I felt outraged
about. These are injustices against children and the young men and women
who are being incarcerated. I'm an American, I pay taxes in my name and
they are giving millions and millions of dollars to a country such as Israel and
cluster bombs and defense technology and those bombs were dropped on
common citizens in Qana. It's terrible. It's a human rights violation.

In an interview, Smith stated that Kurnaz's family has contacted her and that
she wrote a short preface for the book that he was writing.Kurnaz's book,
FIVE YEARS OF MY LIFE, was published in English by Palgrave Macmillan in
March 2008, with Patti's introduction

Patti Smith has been a great source of inspiration for Michael Stipe of R.E.M.
Listening to her album Horses when he was 15 made a huge impact on him.
He said later: "I decided then that I was going to start a band." In 1998,
Stipe published a collection of photos called Two Times Intro: On the Road
with Patti Smith. Stipe sings backing vocals on Smith's songs "Last Call" and
"Glitter in Their Eyes". Patti also sings background vocals on R.E.M.'s "E-Bow
the Letter".

In 2004, Shirley Manson of Garbage told about Patti's influence on her at
Rolling Stone's issue "The Immortals: 100 Greatest Artists of All Time", in
which Patti Smith was counted number 47. The Smiths members Morrissey
and Johnny Marr shared an appreciation for Patti's Horses, and their song
"The Hand That Rocks the Cradle" is a reworking of one of the album's tracks,
"Kimberly." Later, Morrissey did a cover of "Redondo Beach," another song
from the same album.

In 2004, Sonic Youth released an album called Hidros 3 (to Patti Smith). U2
also cites Patti Smith as influence.

In 2005 Scottish singer-songwriter KT Tunstall released the single "Suddenly I
See" as a tribute of sorts to Patti Smith. The lyrics describe Tunstall looking at
Smith's picture in a magazine, admiring her fame and accomplishments and
suddenly realizing what she wants to do with her life. The cover of Tunstall's
debut album Eye to the Telescope was also inspired by Smith, specifically the
famous cover shot from her album Horses, of which Tunstall said: "I aspired
to what this image was about - which was a woman dressed in man's clothes
with such mystery, but such confidence and attitude and character. I just
thought, 'that's so what I want to be when I grow up'."

Canadian actress Ellen Page frequently mentions Smith as one of her idols
and has done various photo shoots replicating famous Smith photos. She has
said that the only time she's been truly star-struck was when she met Smith
backstage at a concert in Europe and she has a dog named Patti in homage
to Smith. Because of Page's suggestions, Smith's work and name also factor
prominently in two of Page's movies, Juno and The Tracey Fragments.


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