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Fiona Apple - Tidal mp3 Performer: Fiona Apple
Album: Tidal
Country: South Africa
Style: Soft Rock, Indie Rock
Label: Clean Slate, Work, Columbia
Genre: Rock
Catalog #: 483750 2, WRK 483750, CDCOL 5125
Size MP3: 2613 mb.
Rating: 4.1/5
Votes: 045
Record Source: CD, Album


Bass – Greg RichlingChamberlin [Chamberlain] – Patrick WarrenDrums – Danny FrankelVibraphone, Piano [Tack] – Jon Brion
2Sullen Girl
Bass – Greg RichlingChamberlin [Chamberlain] – Patrick WarrenDrums – Matt ChamberlainGuitar, Vibraphone, Dulcitone, Marimba – Jon BrionOrgan [Optigan] – Fiona ApplePedal Steel Guitar – Greg Leisz
3Slow Like Honey
Bass – Greg RichlingChamberlin [Chamberlain] – Patrick WarrenDrums – Danny FrankelVibraphone – Jon Brion
Bass – Dan RothchildChamberlin [Chamberlain] – Jon BrionDrums – Matt ChamberlainGuitar – Rob LauferPiano – Patrick Warren
5Pale September
Bass – Sara LeeChamberlin [Chamberlain] – Patrick WarrenDrums – Matt ChamberlainHarmony Vocals – Amber MaggartVibraphone, Piano [Tack] – Jon Brion
6The First Taste
Bass – Sara LeeChamberlin [Chamberlain] – Patrick WarrenDrum Programming – George BlackDrums, Percussion – Matt ChamberlainGuitar, Vibraphone, Piano [Tack], Marimba – Jon BrionPercussion – Danny Frankel
7Sleep To Dream
Bass – Dan RothchildDrums, Percussion – Matt ChamberlainGuitar, Vibraphone, Piano [Tack] – Jon BrionPiano, Chamberlin [Chamberlain] – Patrick Warren
8Never Is A Promise
Arranged By [String Arrangement] – Van Dyke ParksCello – Larry CorbettViola – Evan WilsonViolin [1st] – Ralph MorrisonViolin [2nd] – Claudia Parducci
Bass – Dan RothchildChamberlin [Chamberlain] – Patrick WarrenDrums, Percussion – Matt ChamberlainGuitar, Vibraphone, Chamberlin [Chamberlain], Harp – Jon Brion
10The Child Is Gone
Bass – Dan RothchildChamberlin [Chamberlain] – Patrick WarrenDrums – Matt ChamberlainHarp, Organ [Optigan] – Jon BrionPedal Steel Guitar – Greg Leisz


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
OK 67439Fiona Apple Tidal ‎(CD, Album, Enh)Clean Slate, WorkOK 67439US1996
SRCS-8102Fiona Apple Tidal ‎(CD, Album)SonySRCS-8102Japan1996
01-483750-10, WRK 483750, 483750 2Fiona Apple Tidal ‎(CD, Album)Columbia, Work, Work01-483750-10, WRK 483750, 483750 2Europe1996
OK 67439Fiona Apple Tidal ‎(CD, Album, Enh)Clean SlateOK 67439Canada1996
88985420001Fiona Apple Tidal ‎(2x12", Album, Club, RE, RM, RP, 180)Clean Slate, Epic, Sony Music Commercial Music Group88985420001US2019


  • A&RJordan Harris
  • Art DirectionFred Woodward
  • Coordinator [Production Coordinator]Valerie Pack
  • Engineer [Additional]Brian Scheuble, Claude Achille, Jim Wirt, Niko Bolas
  • Engineer [Assistant]Al Sanderson, Troy Gonzales
  • ManagementHK Management
  • Mastered ByTed Jensen
  • Mixed ByMark Endert
  • Mixed By [Assistant]Tom Banghart
  • Photography ByNathaniel Goldberg
  • PianoFiona Apple (tracks: 1 to 3, 5 to 9)
  • ProducerAndrew Slater
  • Recorded ByMark Endert
  • Vocals, Written-ByFiona Apple


Recorded at Sony Music Studios, Ocean Way Recorders, 4th Street Recording, Los Angeles.
Mixed at Brooklyn Recording Studio, Los Angeles; assisted by Tom Banghart.
Mastered by Ted Jensen at Sterling Sound.

Back cover:
© 1996 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
"WORK" is a trademark of Sony Music Entertainment Inc./"Columbia" is the
exclusive trademark of Sony Music Entertainment Inc./Distribution Sony Music

© + Ⓟ 1996 Sony Music Entertainment
A.S.A.M.I. Seal Of Approval
Made in RSA


  • Barcode: 5099748375025
  • Rights Society: ASAMI
  • Matrix / Runout: Sony Music S0148375010-0101 32
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L552
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 2714


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sony Music Entertainment
  • Copyright (c) – Sony Music Entertainment
  • Distributed By – Sony Music
  • Mastered At – Sterling Sound
  • Made By – Sony Music – S0148375010-0101


Criminal, the album's most popular single, won a Grammy Award for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance in 1998. Fiona Apple. The second track on Fiona Apples debut album, released in 1996 when she was 18 years old, is a ballad about trauma. She describes the paralysis of depression: how the hurt stalks below the surface how emotions rage and contort out of view. And theres too much going onBut its calm under the wavesIn the blue of my oblivion, she sings, as if facing a brewing wind, her voice a beacon of dignity, soul, and resolve. Her voice is surprisingly rich and supple for a teenager, and her jazzy, sophisticated piano playing also belies her age. Given the right material, such talents could have flourished, but she has concentrated on her own compositions, which are nowhere near as impressive as her musicianship. 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 single Criminal puts Apple wholly in charge. The self-confessed bad, bad girl drew a heartwrenchingly relatable portrait of teenage turbulence. The album spawned six singles, including Criminal, a top-40 hit in the United States. Apple later won a Grammy for the song. The video for Sleep to Dream won an MTV Video Music Award, where Fiona made her famous This world is bullshit acceptance speech. NPR ranked the record as the 125 greatest album made by a female artist, saying: Fiona Apple unfurled her debut album with a roll of thunder, in the form of Sleep to Dream. 10 tracks 51:29. According to Nielsen SoundScan, it was certified 3x platinum by the RIAA in December 1997. This is the album that burst her onto the singersongwriter scene, and being only 18 years old at the time of it's 's amazing to see the maturity of her songwriting displayed throughout. The consistency, the intelligent lyrical content, the unmistakable knack for creating cascading melodies and intricate song is all present here. An artist of her age should not be capable of such a musical feat. Only a true talent can display such wonderful musicianship. This album is rated in the top 2 of all albums on . Time left: 6h 56m 8s Ships to: Worldwide. Fiona Apple poses for a portrait in 1995 in New York City. The summer of 1996 was a peculiar one for Fiona Apple. A new Epic Records signee, the 18-year-old made a sharp and unintentional shift from an exceptionally angst-ridden adolescence into the world of celebrity. A heartbroken, hell-bent masterpiece, the album was wrought with frustration that transcended the typical sways of teenage-hood