She'd told me, "You're my friend, and it's better for me to think of it that way….Not long after, she'd insisted that she'd come to believe this.Fiona Apple's clip for the song "Not About Love" took one day to shoot, cost her only a few digital tapes and was never intended to be a proper music video.
Some interesting highlights and anecdotes from the story are as follows: On her new album: Apple describes working on the song "Hot Knife" with Charley Drayton as "the most intimate moment of our lives together." When her ex-boyfriend asked her about the new album, Apple told him she felt "really, really happy, I felt like I can die now, I've done what I want, this is me." Deep and heavy stuff, right?
On dating: "She said she'd dated a fat man specifically to see what that would feel like.
She'd briefly married a French photographer several years ago, for complicated reasons.
She sought out Jonathan Ames after a friend kept talking about him…She is currently single. In 'Left Alone,' she is direct: "How can I ask anyone to love me / When all I do is beg to be left alone?
"I went crazy again today" goes a key line from 1999's "Paper Bag," and 2005's "Tymps (The Sick in the Head Song)" encapsulated one of the key questions of her art: "I'm either so sick in the head, I need to be bled dry to quit / Or...
I just really used to love him." But terms like "crazy," "sick in the head," and "insane" don't show up on her latest, The Idler Wheel Is Wiser than the Driver of the Screw and Whipping Cords Will Serve You More than Ropes Will Ever Do, though, of course, its very title invites such words.
Today at Where 2.0 Pete Warden and I will announce the discovery that your i Phone, and your 3G i Pad, is regularly recording the position of your device into a hidden file.
Ever since i OS 4 arrived, your device has been storing a long list of locations and time stamps. The presence of this data on your i Phone, your i Pad, and your backups has security and privacy implications.
In 1999 she released her second album, bestowing upon it a name that was an entire 90-word poem.
A big hooplah was made about the unwieldy title, but the content of the record served to further solidify her standing as a serious musician.
"Which was sort of a weird goal because the whole thing is pretty low-key.