Patti is the seventh album released by recording artist Patti LaBelle, released in July 1985
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.
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The rest of the album is more conventional, with James Ingram and Patti Austin trading vocals on a smooth collection of tracks highlighted by the masterful love ballads "One Hundred Ways" and "Just Once," staples of adult contemporary stations, and the haunting instrumental "Velas. The Dude is an outstanding collection that was massively influential on the '80s R&B scene. Quincy Jones, Rod Temperton.
Watch Patti Smith guest with U2 and Beck honor Walter Becker on Sunday night in Detroit. The artiness and the amateurish musicianship of her work both had a major impact on the punk movement, whether in New York or England, whether among her contemporaries (Television, Richard Hell) or followers. What was more, Smith became an icon to subsequent generations of female rockers. She never relied on sex appeal for her success - she was unabashedly intellectual and creatively uncompromising, and her appearance was usually lean, hard, and androgynous.
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In 1977, Patti Smith pressed play for the first time on the tape Bruce Springsteen had scrawled Because the Night across. Instantly, she knew the song had transformative powers. Jimmy Iovine, future Apple Music titan and demonstrated hitmaker, was then an ambitious engineer helming his first album as producer with Smith’s third LP, Easter. He shepherded the star-crossed collaboration, which paired Springsteen’s music and chorus with verses penned by Smith
Patricia Lee "Patti" Smith (born December 30, 1946) is an American singer-songwriter and published poet who helped form a foundation for the American version of Punk Rock with her ambitious 1975 album Horses.
Her career spans the length of about four decades, spawning 11 albums and countless poems. Smith is known as a forerunner of punk rock, fostering the development of many after her, including the highly influential band, The Smiths. Also, one would be hard-pressed to find better stolid wailing than on the numinous My Madrigal.
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