Peace and Noise is the seventh studio album by Patti Smith, released September 30, 1997 on Arista Records. Uncut magazine ranked the album 21st best of the year. Song "1959" was nominated for Grammy Award for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance in 1998. Patti Smith – vocals, clarinet. Lenny Kaye – guitar, pedal steel. Jay Dee Daugherty – drums, organ, harmonica. Oliver Ray – guitar, photography. Tony Shanahan – bass, piano. Additional personnel. Mark Burdett – art direction.
Band Name Patti Smith. Album Name Peace and Noise. Released date 30 September 1997. Labels Sony Music BMG Records. Members owning this album7. 1. Waiting Underground.
The music on Peace and Noise trims away the sonic bluster and anthemic rocking of Gone Again, preferring a sparse, piano-based musical foundation. As a result, her words resonate clearly and have a succinct, poetic power that was lacking on the otherwise worthy Gone Again.
By: Patti Smith (1997, Rock). More albums from Patti Smith: Gung Ho by Patti Smith. Dream Of Life by Patti Smith. Live In Italy by Patti Smith. Killer Road (A Tribute To Nico) by Patti Smith. Trampin’ by Patti Smith. Twelve by Patti Smith. Banga by Patti Smith. Horses by Patti Smith. View all albums . Peace And Noise. By: Patti Smith (1997, Rock).
Peace And Noise Album. Alben von Patti Smith. Peace And Noise Album. Veröffentlicht am 1997.
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Peace and Noise, 1997. Waiting Underground, 05:19. Sam Smith Too Good at Goodbyes. Disciples How Deep Is Your Love.
In 1980 Patti married Fred Smith (the joke was she married him so she didn't have to change her name) and surprisingly stepped away from music, living in their home north of Detroit and raising their son and daughter. She wouldn't release her next album, now as a solo artist though with contributions from her husband, until almost ten years later . That album and the follow-up in 1997, Peace & Noise, would also see the return of Lenny Kaye to her music. However, in this era she seemed less certain, her music was more introspective and melancholy, and therefore down tempo and less engaging.
Bass – Lenny KayePiano – Tony ShanahanWritten-By – Oliver Ray, Patti Smith
Written-By – Lenny Kaye, Oliver Ray, Patti Smith
Written-By – Patti Smith, Tony Shanahan
Clarinet – Patti SmithMusic By – Oliver RayWords By – Allen Ginsberg
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Organ – Jay Dee DaughertyWritten-By – Jay Dee Daugherty, Patti Smith
Written-By – Oliver Ray, Patti Smith
Harmonica – Jay Dee DaughertyPedal Steel Guitar – Lenny KayeWritten-By – Oliver Ray, Patti Smith
Written-By – Patti Smith
Written-By – Jay Dee Daugherty, Lenny Kaye, Oliver Ray, Patti Smith, Tony Shanahan
Backing Vocals – Michael StipeBass – Jay Dee DaughertyDrums – Tony ShanahanResonator Guitar [National Duolian] – Oliver RayWritten-By – Oliver Ray, Patti Smith
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