272 pages, 8.75 × 6.35 × 0.68 in
January 12, 2011
Little, Brown And Company
The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN - 10: 0749940263
ISBN - 13: 9780749940263
From the Publisher
Before The Sex Pistols, before The Clash, before The Ramones, there was Patti Smith. The poet laureate of punk, she burst onto a vacuous music scene in the mid-1970s with a raw and revolutionary sound. With the release of her debut album, Horses, rock music would simply never be the same.
Using all-new interviews with those close to Smith, Mark Paytress puts the story of Horses into its full context: from the singer's early days to her rapid rise on New York's performance art scene and the key role she played in the emerging art-punk movement at CBGBs.
PATTI SMITH'S HORSES tells the unforgettable story of a landmark album, the new rock aesthetic that it brought about, and how Patti Smith became the most influential female rock 'n' roller of all time.
About the Author
Mark Paytress is a renowned music journalist. His work has appeared in MOJO, Q, and The Guardian, among other national publications.
A vibrant account of Patti Smith's 1975 debut... Paytress writes with dancing, vigorous rhythm-METRO LONDON