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Ed Askew Discography of CDs


 
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For the World For the World CD (2013)
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Ed Askew music CDs Recording information: West Harlem Warehouse, NY (09/2011). Personnel: Ed Askew (vocals, harmonica, xylophone); Tyler Evans (electric guitar, tiple, banjo); Mary Lattimore (harp); Jay Pluck (ukulele, piano); Canaan Faulkner (double bass). Audio Mixer: Keith Hanlon.
Ed Askew Ed Askew CD (2005)
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Ed Askew discography Author: Ed Askew. Personnel: Ed Askew (vocals, tiple, harmonica).
Imperfiction Imperfiction Vinyl LP (2011)
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Ed Askew songs Vinyl LP pressing of this 1984 album from the underground Folk troubadour. Anyone who loves outsider Folk legends from Tom Rapp to Roy Harper or Gary Higgins to Peter Grudzien knows the name of the legendary bard Ed Askew. After recording between 1968 and 1970, he dropped off the map. Fortunately in the early `80s, Ed got his hands on a harpsichord and tiple and a simple two-track recorder and laid down some of his tunes he'd been carrying around for years. Released only on cassette in miniscule quantities in 1984, Imperfiction contains the same emotionally raw yet wry observations, in a decidedly no-frills sonic setting. Broken glass on the sidewalk outside, nice boys he meets in bars, and the joyous act of songwriting itself are all fair game for subject matter, giving a unique and intimate self-portrait of a truly gifted songwriter. Fans of Daniel Johnson, early Jonathan Richman, Smog, Palace Brothers and other lo-fi troubadours would be wise to snatch up this limited pressing.
Ask The Unicorn Ask The Unicorn CD (1968)
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Ed Askew CD discography One of ESP-Disk's true acid folk classics, up there with their Pearls Before Swine and Fugs albums, Ed Askew's Ask the Unicorn is one of the most unique singer/songwriter albums of the '60s. Rather than the usual guitar, Askew plays the tiple, a Latin ten-stringed instrument that's sort of a cross between a lute and a ukulele. It's a loud, trebly instrument with a lot of sustain and some interesting harmonics created by the way the strings resonate together, and it adds an intriguing instrumental texture to the album. Askew has said that the tiple also affects his vocal style on this album; because the instrument is so difficult to play, there's a strained quality to his vocals. Indeed, on the opening, "Fancy That," Askew sounds like the Violent Femmes' Gordon Gano trying to sing North African rai. Lyrically, Ask the Unicorn is nowhere near as hippie-dippy as the title suggests. Askew is a gifted, confessional lyricist, and the songs are emotionally engaging in a way that many psychedelic records are not. In a particularly interesting element of the album considering its pre-Stonewall recording date, Askew's lyrics address his homosexuality in an admirably matter-of-fact way, neither ducking the point nor focusing on it exclusively. Other tracks use a number of floral metaphors in a way similar to Georgia O'Keefe's codedly erotic flower paintings. The simply produced live-with-no-overdubs feel of Ask the Unicorn gives the album a ...
Little Eyes Little Eyes CD (2003)
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Ed Askew albums A stripped-down, from-the-heart project from start to finish, this heretofore unreleased 1970 album by cult artist Ed Askew was the follow-up to his belatedly acclaimed 1969 debut. He reveals himself as a true godfather of the psych-folk movement of the '00s with his unschooled voice, quietly wild tuneage, and masterly use of a rare instrument, the Martin Tipple, that's a hybrid of a ukulele and a mandolin. This haunting album will appeal to fans of psychedelia both vintage and retro. Liner Note Author: Byron Coley. Recording information: New York, NY (1970).


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Ed Askew CD discography Key Personnel

Member NameWorked With
Tyler Evans
Canaan Faulkner
Mary LattimoreThurston Moore, Valerie Project
Jay Pluck



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