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Pale September - Fiona Apple - Tidal (Minidisc, Album)

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  1. Fiona Apple ‎– Tidal Label: Epic ‎– , Clean Slate ‎– , Sony Music Commercial Music Group ‎–
  2. Pale September: Carrion: Notes Color printed front insert folded to include cover and back insert samples. Other Versions (5 of 31) View All. Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year; OK Fiona Apple: Tidal ‎ (CD, Album, Enh) Clean Slate, Work: OK US:
  3. Jul 23,  · Fiona Apple's debut album 'Tidal' turns Ballads like “Never is a Promise” and “Pale September” make clear that this emptiness has stayed with her while “The First Taste.
  4. “Pale September” is the 9th track of Fiona Apple ’s debut album Tidal, released in The lyrics deal with loss, acceptance and finding new hope. They are framed in analogies of time.
  5. Fiona Apple’s debut album is a peculiar document of the mid-’90s singer-songwriter wave. shell of me.” “Pale September” describes a lover the way a Sleep to Dream,” Tidal.
  6. Apple Fiona - Tidal Album Lyrics; 1. Carrion Lyrics: 2. Criminal Lyrics: 3. Pale September Lyrics: 4. Shadowboxer Lyrics: 5. Sleep To Dream Lyrics: 6. Slow Like Honey Lyrics: 7. Sullen Girl Lyrics: 8. The Child Is Gone Lyrics: 9. The First Taste Lyrics: Never Is A Promise Lyrics.
  7. Tidal. Fiona Apple July 23, Pale September: Fiona Apple's first album after a seven-year hiatus announces that, whatever has happened in those years, Apple remains a willfully defiant and singularly fascinating artist. One noticeable change is in her voice: always a supple, impressive instrument, it has taken on a smoother /5().
  8. Fiona Apple offered a wellspring of intimate adolescent confessionals on her debut, Tidal, as her husky vocals, stark explorations of female sensuality, and cascading, jazz-flecked melodies belied the New Yorker's tender age.“Sullen Girl”—a wrenching piano ballad examining the wounds of her early sexual assault—is simultaneously full of malaise and hope, while the proud lead.
  9. Objectionable Content “Shadowboxer” and “Pale September” fail to establish a marital context for intimate relationships. An uncommonly bitter “Sleep to Dream” finds the artist telling a lover, “You say love is a hell you cannot bear/And I say gimme mine back and then go there for all I care” before announcing that she intends to live wildly.

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