Fiona Apple Talks With Vulture

Fiona Apple

Fiona Apple talked with Vulture:

Making my first album, [I would go to the studio] from 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. every day. While everybody else put together the arrangements, [I was] just sitting there being like, “When do I sing? When do I sing?” The difference between [then and now], me being like, “Oh, I think I’d like to play that thing on this. Okay, I can go do that right now.” It makes me feel like I wasn’t ever given a chance to be a musician before. Because you’d have to do everything in the studio, and I’m not good at doing things in front of people under pressure.

Fiona Apple’s ‘Tidal’ Gets a Vinyl Pressing

Fiona Apple

Fiona Apple’s debut album, Tidal, is getting its first ever vinyl release through the Vinyl Me Please subscription service:

In addition to this being one of the longest in planning Records of the Month ever—we started the ball rolling on this more than two years ago—this presented us with a challenge: the album’s master tapes had been sitting in the vault at Sony without a vinyl release, so we had to dust them off and have them remastered.