Young Patti Smith Rails Against the Censorship of Her Music: An Animated, NSFW Interview from 1976 - @Open Culture #pattismith Artes & contextos Patti Smith

Young Patti Smith Rails Against the Censorship of Her Music: An Animated, NSFW Interview from 1976 – @Open Culture #pattismith
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The latest installment from Blank on Blank‘s series of animated videos drops us inside the bohemian Portobello Hotel in London. It’s May, 1976, and we hear a young Patti Smith railing against the censorship of her music, using some colorful–that is to say, NSFW–words. She talks Rimbaud. The poetry and combat of rock. The dreams and hallucinations that feed her music. The stuff that would eventually earn her the cred to be called The Godmother of Punk.

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The audio is part of a longer, two-hour interview with Mick Gold, which is available through Amazon and iTunes. Enjoy.
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