All signed items have COA. Original 1977 Italian Edition 45 is GLORIOUS! From the heart of a life-long music-lover...
Patti caught my attention in a big way with Horses, I saw her group in Hartford in 1976. I was already of her as the Rimbaud devotee punk poet which I was as well. I sought out her poetry books & it was Witt I first had her sign for me when I saw PSG & The Ramones at Providence College in 1978. But I already had a single sleeve signed by her at the time.
I saw an ad in the Village Voice & sent away to NYC for a copy of Hey Joe/Piss Factory. Cut to SF 1979 I talked to Patti after her spoken word gig at The Boarding House. Maybe I had her sign a book but I ended having the Frederick sleeve signed only by Richard & by Lenny. Patti added her signature years later at a comeback tour gig she did in Santa Rosa in 1996.That's also where she elaborately signed the People Have the Power sleeve. In 1999/2000 Patti appeared at the SF Book Festival promoting her book of lyrics. She did a short set with Oliver then a big signing. That's where I had her sign the Gloria sleeve. When I presented the sleeve for the bootleg single sleeve of Brian Jones, performed with Lenny at her first performance at St Mark's in NYC, she maybe deliberately overlooked it.
But I let an excited black guy jump the line & asked him to get it signed. Patti dug his enthusiasm & signed it. I seem to have saved her earliest recording for last. We'd come full circle - Stephen Ronan. Music sounds BEST on vinyl --and this is a keeper, great condition!
Stephen Ronan is an artist poet musician who performed on KPFA and made recordings. With Don Joyce of Negativland. His new wave era band, the original Red Aunts. Performed in SF and Oakland and had local and widespread air play. Later band God Nose videos are pushing 100k views on YouTube.
An early Punk adherent, he became acquainted with many of the original figures. And hosted book parties at City Lights bookstore by David Byrne and Laurie Anderson. For a lark he began taking single sleeves to shows to get signed in 1978-98.I would go to multiple shows a week often on the guest list. The singles offered here were almost all signed at shows at peak popularity. In person with cordial chats that sometimes led to hanging out. A life in music including study with Archie Shepp and others. Recognized for his poetry and his scholarship on the Beat Generation. Ronan compiled and published the first comprehensive annotated discography.
Of the Beat era, Disks of the Gone World in 1996. He produced 3 box sets on the Beats for Rhino and he. Was an historical consultant on The Source, The Beat Gen. Chuck Workman and appears in the film, which heavily.
Depended on his legendary archives which are credited onscreen. His radio programs were distributed on cassette.By ARTWARE of Wiesbaden Germany. He Interviewed The Residents, Negativland and others for. For Mondo 2000 magazine in the 1990s. He delivered a paper at the Stanford Conference on Bob Dylan in 1998. Dylan management had the Conference professionally videotaped.
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