Mixing Memory and Desire: Music, Poetry, Sound, and Remembrance
April 29, 2014 9:49 PM   Subscribe

Songwriter, singer, poet, memoirist, artist, icon Patti Smith performs in WNYC's The Greene Space. In a program of songs and poetry coordinated by her daughter Jesse Paris Smith, Patti Smith performs with Tree Laboratory (Jesse Paris Smith and Eric Hoegemeyer) and her long-time collaborator guitarist Lenny Kaye. They titled the event "Mixing Memory and Desire: An Evening of Music, Poetry, Sound, and Remembrance," celebrating the "chaos and transformation of spring." [~1h30m, scroll down for video]

Tree Laboratory also presents their own set of nature-inspired compositions for an intriguing array of synthesizers, grand piano, and mallet instruments made of glass and stone. Plus they accompany Patti Smith's recitations of texts by Shakespeare, Walt Whitman, Emily Dickinson, Smith herself, and other poets, as well as several of Smith's powerful songs.
posted by hippybear (1 comment total) 8 users marked this as a favorite
No Patti Smith post should ever go without comment. I really enjoyed this. Thanks.
posted by night_train at 4:49 PM on May 1, 2014 [1 favorite]

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