Patti Smith – Discography (1974-2020) FLAC

Patti Smith - Discography (1974-2020) FLAC

Artist: Patti Smith
Genres: Rock
Release Date: 1974-2020
Duration: 05:57
Quality: Lossless
Format: FLAC, (tracks)
Filesize: 14,52 GB
Official Website: Link

Tracklist:
(1974) Patti Smith – Hey Joe Piss Factory [16Bit-44.1kHz]
(1975) Patti Smith – Horses (Legacy Edition) [16Bit-44.1kHz]
(1975) Patti Smith – Horses [24Bit-96kHz]
(1988) Patti Smith – Dream of Life [24Bit-96kHz]
(1996) Patti Smith – Gone Again [24Bit-96kHz]
(1998) Patti Smith – Patty Smyth’s Greatest Hits Featuring Scandal [16Bit-44.1kHz]
(2000) Patti Smith – Gung Ho [24Bit-44.1kHz]
(2002) Patti Smith – Land (1975-2002) [16Bit-44.1kHz]
(2004) Patti Smith – Jubilee [16Bit-44.1kHz]
(2004) Patti Smith – Trampin’ [24Bit-44.1kHz]
(2007) Patti Smith – Gimme Shelter [16Bit-44.1kHz]
(2007) Patti Smith – Peace & Noise [24Bit-96kHz]
(2007) Patti Smith – Twelve [16Bit-44.1kHz]
(2007) Patti Smith – Twelve [24Bit-96kHz]
(2008) Patti Smith – Dream Of Life [16Bit-44.1kHz]
(2008) Patti Smith – The Coral Sea [16Bit-44.1kHz]
(2010) Patti Smith – Just Kids – Die Geschichte einer Freundschaft [16Bit-44.1kHz]
(2011) Mizz Smith – Baby [16Bit-44.1kHz]
(2011) Patti Smith – Outside Society [24Bit-96kHz]
(2012) Patti Smith – Banga [24Bit-96kHz]
(2015) Patti Smith – Come on December [16Bit-44.1kHz]
(2018) Patti Smith – These Are The Words (From Pope Francis A Man of His Word) [16Bit-44.1kHz]
(2020) Patti Smith – Build a Fire [16Bit-44.1kHz]
(2020) Patti Smith – Downtown Train [16Bit-44.1kHz]

Patricia Lee Smith (born December 30, 1946) is an American singer, songwriter, poet, painter and author who became an influential component of the New York City punk rock movement with her 1975 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 100 chart in 1978 and number five in the UK. In 2005, Smith was named a Commander of the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres by the French Ministry of Culture. In 2007, she was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

On November 17, 2010, Smith won the National Book Award for her memoir Just Kids. The book fulfilled a promise she had made to her former long-time partner, Robert Mapplethorpe. She placed 47th in Rolling Stone magazine’s list of 100 Greatest Artists published in December 2010[9] and was also a recipient of the 2011 Polar Music Prize.

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