Patti Smith - CBGC New York 1979 - CD2
Few women in rock have had as enormous an impact and influence as Patti Smith. The first of the art-punk poets, Smith burst onto the early New York punk scene in 1975 with regular appearances at the legendary CBGB club between 1974 and 1976. A major record deal in 1975 took her far and wide across America, but CBGB's would be her spiritual home and here she returns with a classic, no holds barred performance, on 11th August 1979, long after her career had exploded to the point where she was selling out 5,000 seater auditoriums! For those wanting a more emotional and intimate moment with Patti Smith, you have it right here in this deluxe double disc set.
Timeline presents a prized snapshot of Patti Smith in her prime, promoting her fourth album Wave. Beautifully restored and professionally remastered original WNEW-FM broadcast, presented with background notes and timeline photos.
Disc 1: 1. Land: Horses/Land Of A Thousand Dances/La Mer (aka Glass Factory) / 2. Redondo Beach / 3. Song For Jim Morrison/Fire Of Unknown Origin / 4. Kimberly / 5. Dancing Barefoot / 6. Space Monkey / 7. Privilege (Set Me Free) / 8. 25th Floor / 9. Cold Turkey / 10. For Your Love / 11. Revenge.
Disc 2: 1. Frederick / 2. Seven Ways Of Going / 3. Poppies / 4. All Along The Watchtower / 5. The Spider And The Fly / 6. Rock And Roll Star / 7. 5-4-3-2-1 / 8. Twist And Shout / 9. My Generation