1989

Edie (Ciao Baby) - The Cult - Edie (Ciao Baby) (Vinyl)

The Cult Lyrics. "Edie (Ciao Baby)" Always said you were a Youthquaker, Edie. A stormy little world shaker. Warhol's darling queen, Edie. An angel with a broken wing. The dogs lay at your feet, Edie. We carressed your cheek. Stars wrapped in your hair, Edie.

This is about Edie Sedgwick, a socialite who formed part of the artist Andy Warhol's Factory scene in New York in the '60s. Sedgwick featured in several Warhol films, including Poor Little Rich Girl and Beauty No. final movie role was as Susan Superstar in Ciao!Manhattan, which was written and directed by John Palmer and David song takes the "Ciao Baby" part of its title.

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Part Three (Disc 3): The Cult - Sweet Soul Sister On hype sticker: "Very Limited Quantity with Free Enamel Badge" Note: It is not a multi-disc set. Back cover states 'Disc 2' as this is the 2nd of a 3 part series. Track A1 listed as 'Edie (Ciao Baby) (Full Length Version)' on label and 'Edie (Ciao Baby)' on jacket. ℗ Beggars Banquet.

 · The Cult's "Edie (Ciao Baby)" single is often offered for sale as an "Andy Warhol cover". The only Warhol connection is through Gerard Malanga, who took the photo of Edie Sedgwick that was used on the cover. It comes from the film "Ciao! Manhatten", directed by John Palmer and David Weisman. Thus Andy Warhol was.


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