Patti Smith Group - Hey Joe / Radio Ethiopia (Live Version) album download
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|A||Hey Joe (Version)
Guitar [solo] – Tom VerlaineMusic By – Roberts*Piano – Richard SohlRhythm Guitar – Lenny KayeVocals – Patti Smith
|B||Radio Ethiopia (Live)
Bass Guitar – Ivan KralDrums – Jay Dee DaughertyGuitar – Lenny KayeMusic By – Kaye*, Smith*Organ – Richard SohlVocals, Guitar – Patti Smith
- Distributed By – Pathé Marconi EMI
- Made By – Pathé Marconi EMI
- Pressed By – Pathé Marconi EMI, Chatou – 320118
- Pressed By – Pathé Marconi EMI, Chatou – 320119
- Printed By – I.D.N.
- Engineer – Dave Palmer (tracks: A)
- Mixed By – Allen Lanier (tracks: B)
- Producer – Jimmy Iovine (tracks: B), Lenny Kaye (tracks: A)
NotesSide A: A poem "Sixty Days" by Patti Smith is read before the song. Recorded at Electric Ladyland, New York 5th of June 1974.
Side B: Recorded live 5th of June 1977 at CBGB's New York.
Category on sleeve: 2C 052-60133z
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- Price Code: T
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): 60 133 Z A 21 M6 320 1 18 1
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): 60 133 Z B 21 M6 320 1 19 1
|10C 052 60133 Z||Patti Smith Group||Hey Joe / Radio Ethiopia (Live Version) (12", Maxi)||Arista||10C 052 60133 Z||Spain||1978|
Radio Ethiopia is the second studio album by the Patti Smith Group. It released in October 1976 through Arista Records. Radio Ethiopia was the follow-up record to Smith's widely acclaimed debut Horses. In interviews surrounding the album's release, Smith explained that she chose producer Jack Douglas in hopes of making the album a commercial success
For the song Hey Joe, see Hey Joe. For the album Radio Ethiopia, see Radio Ethiopia. "Patti Smith Group - Hey Joe, Radio Ethiopia (Live Version)". Retrieved 2008-03-02. v. t. e. Patti Smith.
Written-By – Kaye, Smith. Radio Ethiopia (LP, Album).
Easter (Patti Smith Group album). Easter is the third studio album by the Patti Smith Group, released in March 1978 on Arista Records (see 1978 in music). Produced by Jimmy Iovine, it is regarded as the group's commercial breakthrough, owing to the success of the single, "Because the Night" (co-written by Bruce Springsteen and Smith), which reached on the Billboard Hot 100 and in the UK.
Album, Octubre 1976, Sony Music, BMG Records. 1. Hey Joe (Version). 2. Radio Ethiopia (Live Version). Saber más. Ask the Angels. EP, 1977, Pathé Marconi, EMI Records.
Horses, Patti Smith’s 1975 debut album, received mass adulation for the inventive use of her poetry and her band’s keen ear that cocked towards rock history with a knowing assurance. Radio Ethiopia, the 1976 follow-up, was in many ways even more challenging. The title track was a ten-minute poetry and guitar jam that took the roots of beatnik rage and fused them with an atonality that would become New York’s No Wave scene.
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Radio Ethiopia marked a pivotal time for Patti Smith and her ride-or-die band of punks to continue to progress with the tides of their own lofty ambitions. From the Record Crate: Patti Smith Group – Radio Ethiopia (1976). Meet The Young Folks.