Review #26: Horses, Patti Smith

#26: Horses, Patti Smith

I finished my twenty-five-hour road trip to Patti Smith. It made finally reaching my parents’ driveway feel like finding Mecca.

Patti Smith is my favorite rock star to read about, and her memoirs Just Kids and M Train are exceptional. For the uninitiated, Patti Smith a cool detached poet that basically blundered her way into becoming a punk icon by being…

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