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  • Fiona Apple McAfee Maggart (born September 13, 1977) is an American singer-songwriter. She gained popularity through her 1996 debut album Tidal, especially with the Grammy Award-winning single "Criminal" and its music video.
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  • (T Shirt (album)) T Shirt is a 1976 album by Loudon Wainwright III. Unlike his earlier records, this (and the subsequent 'Final Exam') saw Wainwright adopt a full blown rock band (Slowtrain) - though there are acoustic songs on T-Shirt, including a talking blues.
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Tidal
Tidal
Tidal is the debut album by Fiona Apple, a New York singer-songwriter-pianist who was 18 years old at the time of its 1996 release. Apple is obviously talented--she has a dark, smoky alto and a knack for an arresting turn of phrase--but she's still several years away from realizing her potential. For every fresh lyric she writes ("Daddy longlegs, I feel that I'm finally growing weary of waiting to be consumed by you"), she provides two examples of embarrassingly precious schoolgirl poetry ("Adagio breezes fill my skin with sudden red," from the same song, "The First Taste"). She also has yet to refine her moody piano chords into actual melodies, though "Shadowboxer" comes close. --Geoffrey Himes

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Another World
Another World
I was staring out the window The whole time he was talking to me It was a filthy pane of glass I couldn't get a clear view As he went on and on It wasn't the outside world I could see Just the filthy pane that I was looking through So I had to break the window It just had to be Better that I break the window Than him or her or me I was never focused on just one thing My eyes got fixed when my mind got soft It may looked like I'm concentrated on a very clear view But I'm as good as asleep I bet you didn't know It takes a lot of it away if you do So I had to break the window It just had to be Better that I break the window Than him or her or me So I had to break the window It just had to be Better that I break the window Than him or her or me -Fiona Apple
248.365 :: Extraordinary Machine
248.365 :: Extraordinary Machine
I mean to prove I mean to move in my own way, and say, I've been getting along for long before you came into the play Extraordinary Machine, by Fiona Apple for Musically Challenged I need to keep practicing w/ the 85mm. For as long as we've had it, I can't believe I just didn't try to use it more. I was so fixed on the 50, but I'm LOVING the 85!! Happy Friday, y'all!! Tonight, I'll be having some photofun w/ some flickroos!

fiona apple t shirts
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When The Pawn...
FIONA APPLE

When the Pawn Hits fulfills the promise of Fiona Apple's debut, Tidal, a strong statement given that her first outing was one of 1996's most exciting collections. Dark and emotionally dense, Apple's sophomore effort is awash in alluring and witty undercurrents that belie its creator's youth. --Steven Stolder

Fiona Apple, what a character. Between the softcore video, the awards show rebuke, and now for her second album concocting history's most ludicrous title (the full thing runs 90 words long), Apple is earning a rep as a world-class oddball. Which may be the case. In contrast to many of her faux eccentric contemporaries, however, this wolf in waif's clothing seems to be genuinely astray in the straight world. And Apple is the real thing in another way--as a talent. When the Pawn Hits picks up where her eye-opening debut, Tidal, left off. With Jon Brion back in the producer's seat, the twosome concoct a heady, keyboard-heavy soundscape that perfectly complements the singer's assertive, dangerously sexy Nina Simone-meets-Chrissie Hynde delivery. Unforeseen embellishments color the arrangements, including the sinister carnival interlude in "On the Bound," the George Harrison-like guitar in "Mistake," and the drum solo (when's the last time you heard one of those on a pop album?) in "Limp." All Brion's enhancements are in service of Apple, who comes through with preternaturally confident expressions of insecure sentiments ("Change my mind, I can't decide, there's too many variations to consider") and cold-eyed accounts of recrimination and self-recrimination. Cohesive, gutsy, and finely honed, When the Pawn Hits pummels any notions of a sophomore slump for 1996's most promising newcomer. A character, yes, but what an artist, too! --Steven Stolder

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