Patti Smith: A Biography

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Omnibus Press, 1997 - Biography & Autobiography - 224 pages
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This biography traces the career of Patti Smith from home town poems to street performances in Paris, the highlife in New York, and life with her husband in Detroit. It covers the release of her debut album in 1975 and collaborations with people such as Bruce Springsteen.

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Acknowledgements
5
New York City
32
In Search Of Seventh Heaven
49
Copyright

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Nick Johnstone is a music journalist for Mojo, Uncut, and Melody Maker and a writer. He is the editor of The Melody Maker History of 20th Century Popular Music. He has interviewed most of the major names in pop, rock, and country including Keith Richards. Lou Reed, Richard Hell, John Cale, Elliott Smith, The Flaming Lips, Ronnie Wood, Ryan Adams, Rickie Lee Jones, and Rod Stewart.

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