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Customer Reviews

How do you feel about Ms. Maggert?

Depending on how you feel towards Fiona, you should gauge your purchace likewise. The stories are interesting and it enlightened me to a few relevant facts about the origins of the Extraordinary Machine album. However, it is not essential unless you are a huge fan. I've met the girl and I adore her, so I purchased it like everything else I've ever run across, but I have to admit, after wanting something new so badly, it was a mild disappointment to me to find that it was half interview and not smashingly original material. That said, I still bought it and would again if I somehow lost it.

Enjoyable

When I purchased this I didn't realize that half of it was an Fiona explaining the background of her songs. I am a fan, so for me it was wonderful, and made me love the songs even more. Very happy with this purchase.

Beautiful song!

Love it!

Biography

Born: September 13, 1977 in New York, NY

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Fiona Apple defied categorization or any easy career path, almost running the pattern in reverse, opening her career as a highly touted and popular alternative singer/songwriter, then transitioning into a cult artist. Apple certainly benefited from the open-door policy of modern rock in the mid-’90s, following the path of crossover alt-rock piano-based songwriters like Tori Amos, but Apple was hardly an Amos copycat: she had a strong jazz undertow in her vocal phrasing and melodies, she had richer...
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