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Break It Up: Patti Smiths Horses and the Remaking of Rock n Roll by Mark PaytressThe poet laureate of punk, Patti Smith burst onto a vacuous music scene in the mid-1970s with a raw and revolutionary sound—steeped as much in French symbolist poetry as it was in 1960s garage rock—and an indelible, gender-bending stage persona. With the release of her debut album, Horses, rock music would simply never be the same. Drawing on sources in music, literature, and art, as well as 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. He also demonstrates the influence Smith and her music continue to exert today in the work of luminaries such as Morrissey, Michael Stipe, and PJ Harvey. Here is 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.
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Born on December 30, , in Chicago, Illinois, Patti Smith is a singer, writer and artist who became a highly influential figure in the New York City punk rock scene. After working on a factory assembly line, she began performing spoken word and later formed the Patti Smith Group Her most famous album is Horses.
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Patricia Lee Smith born December 30,  is an American singer-songwriter, musician, author, and poet who became an influential component of the New York City punk rock movement with her debut album Horses. Called the "punk poet laureate," Smith fused rock and poetry in her work. Her most widely known song is " Because the Night ," which was co-written with Bruce Springsteen. It reached number 13 on the Billboard Hot chart in  and number five in the U. She placed 47th in Rolling Stone magazine's list of Greatest Artists published in December  and was also a recipient of the Polar Music Prize. Patricia Lee Smith was born in Chicago  to Beverly Smith, a jazz singer turned waitress, and Grant Smith, who worked as a machinist at a Honeywell plant. Smith graduated from Deptford Township High School in and went to work in a factory.
In she moved to New York City , where she became active in the downtown Manhattan arts scene, writing poetry and living with the photographer Robert Mapplethorpe.
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Patti Smith Instigates The Weight of the “Rock n’ Roll Nigger’
The song has since been covered by several artists, including Marilyn Manson , and a remix was included on the soundtrack of the film Natural Born Killers. In the song, Smith self-identifies as a " nigger ," meaning a rebellious and honorable outsider. In an interview with Rolling Stone that same year Smith had the following exchange with a reporter:. Reporter: The other day you said that if anyone was qualified to be a nigger, it was Mick Jagger. How is Mick Jagger qualified to be a nigger?