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My Buddy: Patti Smith Remembers Sam Shepard | The New Yorker

”Our ways could not be defined or dismissed with a few words describing a careless youth. Sam Shepard and I were friends; good or bad, we were just ourselves.“ Source: My Buddy: Patti Smith Remembers Sam Shepard | The New

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Patti Smith and her letter to Robert Mapplethorpe

Patti Smith Reads Her Beautiful Letter to Robert Mapplethorpe About How He Taught Her What It Means to Be an Artist “You drew me from the darkest period of my young life, sharing with me the sacred mystery of what

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Patti Smith: M Train

Originally posted on Gert Loveday's Fun with Books:
Patti Smith was a punk icon in the Seventies. Her most famous album Horses came out in 1975 and if you want to see her at her peak, have a look…

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