Episode 1167 - Patti Smith

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  1. Patti Smith: The Artist’s Edge | On Point with Tom Ashbrook

    A conversation with the great godmother of punk — now a National Book Award winner — on art, friendship, and the courage to create.

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    In 1967, proto-punk rock godmother Patti Smith showed up in New York with a volume of Rimbaud and dreams. She slept in Central Park, and on the street, and met – maybe was saved by – another young artist-to-be, Robert Mapplethorpe.

    They loved, they leaned on one another, they found the courage to create together. He became the famed photographer. She became Patti Smith, poet and punk legend.

    This month, Patti Smith won the National Book Award for her moving memoir of their story. She joins us.

    http://onpoint.wbur.org/2010/11/29/patti-smith

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  2. 7 – Just Girls: The Hidden World of Patti Smith and Judy Linn

    Just about anytime we walk out of The Kitchen Sisters office in San Francisco we stop and stare in the windows of City Lights bookstore, soaking in the covers of the new arrivals.

    Awhile back, we were stopped in our tracks by a book of photographs of Patti Smith – Patti staring down the camera, holding a movie camera herself.

    It turns out Patti wasn’t just the muse of photographer Robert Mapplethorpe in the Sixties, she was also muse and model for Judy Linn, an art student and budding photographer in New York.

    Paging through Patti Smith 1969-1976, we discovered Judy had that no only photographed Patti, she had made a little super-8 movies too, as the two young women created a world together. The movies were missing, but the soundtracks remained.

    Lost and found sound, we thought.

    Got to hear those recordings, got to meet that photographer.

    And we did.

    Fugitive Waves, Episode Number 7:

    Just Girls: The Hidden World of Patti Smith and Judy Linn.

    https://fugitivewaves.prx.org/just-girls-the-hidden-world-of-patti-smith-and-judy-linn/

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  3. Just Girls: The Hidden World of Patti Smith & Judy Linn

    Just about anytime we walk out of The Kitchen Sisters office in San Francisco we stop and stare in the windows of City Lights bookstore, soaking in the covers of the new arrivals. Awhile back, we were stopped in our tracks by a book of photographs of Patti Smith – Patti staring down the camera, holding a movie camera herself. It turns out Patti wasn’t just the muse of photographer Robert Mapplethorpe in the Sixties, she was also muse and model for Judy Linn, an art student and budding photographer in New York.

    Paging through Patti Smith 1969-1976, we discovered Judy had that no only photographed Patti, she had made a little super-8 movies too, as the two young women created a world together. The movies were missing, but the soundtracks remained. Lost and found sound, we thought. Got to hear those recordings, got to meet that photographer. And we did. Fugitive Waves, Episode Number 7: Just Girls: The Hidden World of Patti Smith and Judy Linn.

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  4. Episode 7 | The Kitchen Sisters

    Just about anytime we walk out of The Kitchen Sisters office in San Francisco we stop and stare in the windows of City Lights bookstore, soaking in the covers of the new arrivals. Awhile back, we were stopped in our tracks by a book of photographs of Patti Smith – Patti staring down the camera, holding a movie camera herself. It turns out Patti wasn’t just the muse of photographer Robert Mapplethorpe in the Sixties, she was also muse and model for Judy Linn, an art student and budding photographer in New York.

    Paging through Patti Smith 1969-1976, we discovered Judy had that no only photographed Patti, she had made a little super-8 movies too, as the two young women created a world together. The movies were missing, but the soundtracks remained. Lost and found sound, we thought. Got to hear those recordings, got to meet that photographer. And we did. Fugitive Waves, Episode Number 7: Just Girls: The Hidden World of Patti Smith and Judy Linn.

    http://www.kitchensisters.org/fugitivewaves/episode-7/

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  5. Patti Smith in 1976 on Getting Bleeped

    “When people say fuckin‘ shit, they don‘t think of a big turd, or two people makin‘ it anymore” - Patti Smith in May 1976, as told to Mick Gold

    In the spring of 1976, Patti Smith made her debut in London. She wasn’t even 30, yet. We’re going inside her hotel, the Portobello, a Bohemian place popular with the fashion biz and musicians. Several journalists are inside the room asking Patti questions. For nearly two hours Patti holds court on her love of the French poet Rimbuad that spawned her creative path while still a young woman in New Jersey, her publicized relationship with Bob Dylan once she arrived on the scene, and her ability to dip into her unconscious pretty much anytime she wanted to.

    It’s vintage Patti Smith, unvarnished and unfiltered. We get to be flies on the wall that day.

    More Patti gems, her influence on Bob Dylan and more: http://blankonblank.org/

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  6. StraightioLab: “Traditions” w/ Patti Harrison

    ‘Tis the season to finally welcome the inimitable Patti Harrison to the pod to chat about her experience organizing treasonous misinformation campaigns during the 2020 election. Plus: Sam introduces the new StraightioLab challenge (you have to send us your credit card number), George opens up about taking Anthony Fauci’s Masterclass on medicine, and Patti spills the tea on her recent tragic accident. 

    https://straightiolab.libsyn.com/traditions-w-patti-harrison

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  7. Newport Folk 2016 Preview: Patti Smith, Flight Of The Conchords, More : All Songs Considered : NPR

    The Newport Folk Festival puts a high value on artists who speak truth to power. The best of this year’s lineup features musicians with messages, who challenge popular perceptions of folk music.

    http://www.npr.org/sections/allsongs/2016/07/19/486460532/newport-folk-2016-preview-patti-smith-flight-of-the-conchords-more

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  8. Headgum // Why Won’t You Date Me? with Nicole Byer: Trash TV (w/ Patti Harrison)

    Comedian Patti Harrison (Shrill, Search Party) joins Nicole to chat about 90 Day Fiancé, issues with casting in today’s media, and advocates for the well-being of child actors. Plus, they discuss their love for the Fast & Furious franchise, Patti shares the details of her childhood Vin Diesel sex dream, and Nicole shepherds Patti into trash television.

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    https://headgum.com/why-wont-you-date-me-with-nicole-byer/trash-tv-with-patti-harrison

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