Patti Smith – Live In London At The Roundhouse In May 1976. Label: Smilin' Ears – SE2-7720. Companies, etc. Recorded At – The Roundhouse. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat.
RECOMMENDED: Check out Patti Smith on the cover of Time Out in 1976. Posted: Wednesday June 10 2015. Saw Patti Smith last night and she was exceptional. Only 3 songs in and the audience felt compelled to give her a 4 minute standing ovation. What a voice, great band including her son with her. The readings show off not only a true legend but a gifted, caring personality. Cadogan Hall is also a splendid, spacious yet intimate music venue with a lot of class.
Horses is the debut studio album by American musician Patti Smith, released on November 10, 1975, on Arista Records. Smith, a fixture of the then-burgeoning New York punk rock music scene, began recording Horses with her band in 1975 after being signed to Arista Records, with John Cale being enlisted to produce the album.
Patti Smith's outlandish 1975 debut, 'Horses' was a landmark album whose stature grows with every passing year. Next month, as curator of the Meltdown festival, she will play it in its entirety on stage for the first time. Here she tells Simon Reynolds about the birth of a record that shaped a generation. I always think of us as a semi-English band because we were so maverick in America and then we went to London and played that first date at the Roundhouse in May 1976, and the response gave me my first sense that "wow, we're really doing something. Pipping the Ramones' first album to the post by five months, Horses is generally considered not just one of the most startling debuts in rock history but the spark that ignited the punk explosion.
This Halloween, you can can catch Patti Smith live at Chalk Farm's Roundhouse. Smith will perform her epoch-defining 1975 debut album Horses in full: an record often hailed as one of the greatest in music's history. Things to do in London this weekend: 14 – 16 June. Best art exhibitions, London, 2019. Everything you need to know about UK Disneyland, Kent. The Roundhouse in Camden, built in 1847, was originally a service depot for railway locomotives. Inside it is spacious and modern, and the venue now hosts its own record label too, Roundhouse Records.
Patti Smith performs at Hoping For Palestine’s event in London (Richard Young). The poems precede an electrifying rendition of her protest song People Have The Power, roaring: People have the power to redeem the work of fools! Some say this song is stupid and old-fashioned, the 71-year-old told the clamouring audience as her longtime band struck up the introduction. Eric Cantona reads a poem at Hoping For Palestine’s event at the Roundhouse in London.
Patti Smith performs live at the Camden Roundhouse. Patti Smith's 'Horses' released. November 1975, and the debut album from poet and musician Smith is unleashed. Robert Mapplethorpe's iconic sleeve portrait was as edgy and confrontational as the record's contents, which fused spiky three-chord rock with surreal, incisive wordplay. The opening lines ("Jesus died for somebody's sins but not mine") were a rallying call for the angst ridden and disaffected and inspired a legion of musicians from Morrissey to KT Tunstall . A tale of two cities, London and New York and the birth of punk.
Patti Smith cemented herself as the Godmother of Punk with her 1975 album Horses, but she’d become a fixture in the New York City art and music scene far before then, living at the Chelsea Hotel with photographer Robert Mapplethorpe and hanging out regularly at Max’s Kansas City and CBGB.
Smith looks directly at the camera. Her eyes are narrowed very slightly and her mouth is partially open. Her dark tousled hair frames her face and neck, while her fringe covers her forehead. This photograph was taken by Robert Mapplethorpe in 1975 at Sam Wagstaff’s penthouse apartment on Fifth Avenue, New York. Further reading Richard Marshall, Robert Mapplethorpe, London 1988. Joan Didion, Some Women: By Robert Mapplethorpe, London 1992, p. –3. Patti Smith, Just Kids, London 2010. This portrait of the American singer-songwriter, Patti Smith, was taken in the same year that her first album, ‘Horses’, appeared. Indeed, this photograph was taken during the same session in which the album’s cover image was shot. Mapplethorpe and Smith had lived together in the late 1960s and remained close friends after they parted.
|A1||Histories Of The Universe-St. Marks Church 10/75||8:54|
|A3||Pissing In The River||4:13|
|A4||Pumping (My Heart)||2:32|
|B1||Hungerthon Interview / War Is Over-Central Park / Piss Factory||10:05|
|C1||Rare Radio Interview||14:34|
|D1||Ain't It Strange||7:35|
|D2||Strange Reprise-Gloria (In Excelsis Deo)||7:15|
|D3||Time Is On My Side||3:30|
|Farty-XB 001||Patti Smith||Live In London At The Roundhouse In May 1976 (LP, Unofficial)||Farty||Farty-XB 001||UK||1977|
|SE2-7720||Patti Smith||Live In London At The Roundhouse In May 1976 (2xLP, Unofficial)||Smilin' Ears||SE2-7720||Switzerland||1977|