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Ed Askew (born 1940) is an American painter and singer-songwriter who first recorded in 1968 and now lives in New York City. Born Edward C. Askew in Stamford, Connecticut, he moved to New Haven, Connecticut, to study painting at Yale School of Art in 1963 and took up, more or less, permanent residence there until leaving for New York in 1987. After graduating from art school in 1966, Askew was called up for the draft
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A solo recording, the album features Askew acco. .An enigma even by the ultra-obscure standards of ESP-Disk Records, next to nothing is known about outsider folksinger Ed Askew. Although Askew has been recording songs since the late '60s, only one album has ever been released, 1969's Ask the Unicorn. A solo recording, the album features Askew accompanying himself on the ten-stringed lute-like acoustic instrument the tiple. A Latin instrument Askew discovered as a teenager because his ukulele-playing father owned one, the tiple quickly became a passion for Askew.
Born Edward C. Askew in Stamford, Connecticut, he moved to New Haven in New York to study painting at Yale School of Art in 1963 and took up, more or less, permanent residence there until leaving for New Haven in 1987. After graduating from art school in 1966, Askew was called up for the draft. Not feeling particularly enthusiastic about going to war at age 26, he looked for a teaching job and found work at a private prep school in Connecticut. It was while teaching he started making songs; he also acquired his Martin Tiple at this time. The singer-songwriter moved to New York for a few. Pitchfork and many other high-profile music media praised his work, labeling him as a NY legend
Hitchhiking - Ed Askew. Peter And David - Ed Askew. Marigolds - Ed Askew. Red Woman - Ed Askew. Purity Chat - Ed Askew. Reasonable Man - Ed Askew. Accordian Man - Ed Askew. This Is The End - Ed Askew. House of Embers - Ed Askew. Art & Life - Ed Askew. Oh The Lovely Face - Ed Askew. Mr. Dream - Ed Askew. Boy With A Hat - Ed Askew. Tiple Talk - Ed Askew. Green Song - Ed Askew. Buddha Smiles - Ed Askew.
|2||Peter And David||5:03|
|5||Red Woman - Letter To England||3:31|
|7||May Blossoms Be Praised||7:01|
|9||Love Is Everyone||3:51|
|10||Ask The Unicorn||2:47|
|11||The Accordion Man (*)||4:07|
|12||Green Song (*)||3:31|
|13||A Soldier's Song (*)||4:48|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – ESP-Disk' Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – ESP-Disk' Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Syndicore Music
- Remastered By [Digital Restoration] – Douglas McGregor
- Vocals, Tiple, Composed By – Ed Askew
NotesThis is effectively a retitled reissue of Askew's 1968 LP Ask The Unicorn with three additional tracks selected by Askew. A cover sticker calls it the 'Artist's Edition'.
'The Accordion Man' is from a WYBC (Yale Radio) program taped around 1970.
'Green Song' is from the early 1970s.
'A Soldier's Song' is from 2005.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 8 25481 01092 4
- Rights Society: BMI
|1092||Ed Askew||Ed Askew (LP, Album)||ESP Disk||1092||US||1968|
|Not On Label||Ed Askew||Ask The Unicorn (CD, Album, RM, Dig)||Tin Angel Records||Not On Label||US||2015|
|ESP 1092-2||Ed Askew||Ask The Unicorn (CD, Album, RE)||ESP Disk, ZYX Music||ESP 1092-2||Germany||1993|
|TAR054LP||Ed Askew||Ask The Unicorn (LP, Album, Ltd, RE, RM)||Tin Angel Records||TAR054LP||UK||2015|
|ESP 1092||Ed Askew||Ask The Unicorn (CD, Album, RE)||ESP Disk, Abraxas||ESP 1092||US||2007|