Friday, January 7, 2022

Fiona Apple - Extraordinary Machine (2005)


Fiona Apple - Extraordinary Machine (2005)


Tracklist front / back album covers


1. "Extraordinary Machine"   3:44

2. "Get Him Back"   5:26

3. "O' Sailor"   5:37

4. "Better Version of Me"   3:01

5. "Tymps (The Sick in the Head Song)"   4:05

6. "Parting Gift"   3:36

7. "Window"   5:33

8. "Oh Well"   3:42

9. "Please, Please, Please"   3:35

10. "Red, Red, Red"   4:08

11. "Not About Love"   4:21

12. "Waltz (Better than Fine)"   3:46


Total length:   50:34


Bootleg release

1. "Not About Love"   3:46

2. "Red, Red, Red"   3:30

3. "Get Him Back"   4:32

4. "Better Version of Me"   3:33

5. "Oh Well"   3:51

6. "O' Sailor"   6:25

7. "Used to Love Him"   3:43

8. "Window"   4:33

9. "Waltz (Better than Fine)"   3:45

10. "Extraordinary Machine"   3:41

11. "Please, Please, Please"   3:55


Deluxe edition bonus DVD

1. "Not About Love (video)"  

2. "Extraordinary Machine" (Live at Club Largo)  

3. "River, Stay Away from My Door" (Live at Club Largo)  

4. "Paper Bag" (Live at Club Largo)  

5. "Fast as You Can" (Live at Club Largo)  

6. "You Belong to Me" (Live at Club Largo)  

7. "Parting Gift" (Live at the Jazz Factory)  




Fiona Apple Band Members / Musicians

Fiona Apple – vocals; piano (tracks 2–8, 11–12)

Mike Elizondo – producer (tracks 2–11); moog bass (tracks 2, 8, 10–11); bass guitar (tracks 3–5, 7, 9); mellotron, fuzz clavinet and drum programming (track 5); clavinet and programming (track 7); guitar (track 9); upright bass (track 10)

Brian Kehew – co-producer (tracks 2–11); guitar (tracks 4, 8, 10–11); keyboard (track 4); fuzz guitar (track 9); Farfisa (track 10)

Jon Brion – producer (tracks 1 and 12); marimba and orchestral arrangement (track 1); bass (track 12)

Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson – drums (tracks 2 and 11)

Keefus Ciancia – keyboards (track 2)

Zac Rae – Chamberlin and Arp string ensemble (track 3); Farfisa (tracks 3 and 4); tack piano and clavinet (tracks 3 and 5); pump organ (tracks 3 and 8); vibraphone (tracks 3, 5 and 9); optigan (tracks 4–5); marimba, celeste and marxophone (track 5); Wurlitzer (tracks 5 and 9); keyboards (track 9)

Abe Laboriel Jr. – drums (track 3–5, 7–10); percussion (track 4); programming (track 7)

Jebin Bruni – Yamaha Portasound (track 3); 360 Systems (tracks 3–4); Chamberlin (tracks 4–5); keyboards (track 10)

Glenn Berger – flute (track 3); saxophone (tracks 4 and 7)

John Daversa – trumpet and horn arrangements (tracks 4 and 7)

George Thatcher – trombone (tracks 4 and 7)

Roger Joseph Manning Jr. and Dave Palmer – keyboards (tracks 7–8)

Brad Warnaar – French horn (track 8)

Jim Keltner – drums (track 12)

Benmont Tench – organ (track 12)

Patrick Warren – orchestral arrangement (track 12)




Extraordinary Machine is the 3rd album by American singer-songwriter Fiona Apple, released by Epic Records in the United States on October 4, 2005. Produced by Jon Brion, it was expected to be released in 2003 but was delayed several times by the record label without explanation, leading to speculation that a dispute had arisen over its commercial appeal. The controversy surrounding the album and leaked recordings of the Jon Brion sessions were the subject of substantial press attention, as well as a highly publicized fan-led campaign to see the album officially released. In collaboration with producers Mike Elizondo and Brian Kehew, Apple re-recorded the album over 2004 and 2005, and it was eventually released more than three years after the original recording sessions began.

The album was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Album in 2006. In 2009, Extraordinary Machine was named the 49th best album of the 2000s by Rolling Stone, and in 2020 was ranked at number 444 on the magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.

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