- In my dream I was working with some complex machine and I knew exactly what it was for and how to check it. Woke up and I’m a dum-dum again. #
- You’re the man, Jobsie. Thank you, and sorry for using the f-word earlier. It was nothing personal, I say it all the time. #
- p.s. I’m gonna buy ONE HUNDRED RINGTONES!! #
- Nice article about my Boxstep pal @eric_l_graf … http://www.pittsburghcitypa… #
- Goo-dog! Please let me add snarky remarks to my Reader shared items. thx #
Archive for the tag "pennsylvania"
A review by Liz Spikol of my album Wonder Wonder that appeared in today’s issue of Philadelphia Weekly…
In 1999, in a review of Edith Frost’s second full-length, Telescopic, David Keenan wrote in Wire magazine, "It’s rumored that the album was originally fully orchestrated, but Drag City ordered it to be stripped back to basics.* Now there’s a potential bootleg worth killing for, if only to hear Frost nuzzling up to strings." Keenan must be thrilled by Frost’s latest album, Wonder Wonder, also on Drag City, which has no shortage of strings. It is, in a word, lush.
An interview by Jordan Weeks that appeared in the Pittsburgh City Paper in the issue of September 19-26, 2001…
Speaking on the phone with singer and songwriter Edith Frost is a life-affirming experience. Her voice has an infectious, inherent enthusiasm, an irrepressible energy, and her conversation is punctuated with both quiet little asides to herself and deep, rapid bursts of laughter that betray a joy, a literal giddiness, about her work.
An interview by Neil Gladstone that appeared in the June 1997 issue of Earshot, a publication of the Philadelphia City Paper.
Zoom: Edith Frost
If singer-songwriter Edith Frost sounds like a sweetheart of the rodeo on her new album, Calling Over Time (Drag City), it’s not because she’s ever tamed a buckin’ bronco. Simply put, the 32-year-old balladeer is just a fanatic about cowgirls. She was surrounded by rodeos and ranch hands growing up in Texas, but it wasn’t until after moving to Brooklyn in 1990 that she connected with the cowgal culture.