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Fiona Apple – The Child Is Gone

The Child Is Gone

What Is It?

The YouTube video The Child Is Gone by the YouTube channel Fiona Apple, which is of the song The Child Is Gone, by the musician Fiona Apple, from her 1996 music album Tidal.

Here is the description for the video above:

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The Child Is Gone · Fiona Apple

Tidal

℗ 1996 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

Released on: 1996-07-23

Composer, Lyricist: F. Apple
Harp, Keyboards: Jon Brion
Drums: Matt Chamberlain
Steel Guitar: Greg Leisz
Bass: Dan Rothchild
Synthesizer: Patrick Warren
Producer: Andrew Slater
Mixing Engineer, Recording Engineer: Mark Endert
Unknown: Claude Achille
Unknown: Brian Scheubel
Unknown: Jim Wirt
Unknown: Niko Bolas
Assistant Engineer: Troy Gonzales
Assistant Engineer: Al Sanderson
Assistant Engineer: Tom Banghart
Mastering Engineer: Ted Jensen
Coordinator: Valerie Pack

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My Thoughts

I thought that I already had a post about this song.

This was the first Fiona Apple song that I got in MP3 format years ago when I was at the birthday party of my former male classmate MT, and it was possibly one of the first MP3s that I got.

MT had a computer & he showed me a program called Napster where you could download music in a digital format called MP3.

This was an amazing discovery at that time, learning about things like Napster & MP3s, and having music in digital form instead of on CDs & cassettes.

This is a great & underappreciated & lesser known song by Fiona Apple, it is a very moody song, poetic in its mood in my opinion, and I especially like the instrumental parts at the end; there is just something special & classic & mood setting & nostalgic about the instrumental ending that brings me back to the past every time.

I wish that more people knew about this song.

This is among my favorite songs by Fiona Apple, and Tidal is my favorite music album by her.

The end,

  • John Jr

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