Speaking of offspring of great singer-songwriters:
Weirdest thing just happened -- I put my copy of Martha Wainwright's self-released debut EP in the computer to import into iTunes, only to discover that rather than that EP -- the tracks of which are even listed on the disc itself -- it's actually a copy of her later, Factory EP. Which is still hard to find, so here it is, but I'll have to find myself a copy of the self-titled disc now. Damn, I've even passed one or two up in the store thinking I already owned it. I've had this disc for a while now. Guess I should've bothered to listen to it sooner! (That EP was preceded by a cassette release, Ground Floor. If anyone has digital copies of either, or one to sell, please get in touch.)
So, on to what we have here: a four-song EP from 2002, featuring a different, longer version of the title track than the one that eventually appeared on her (also self-titled) debut full-length three years later. The other tracks are "The Car Song", a version of "Bye Bye Blackbird", and "New York, New York, New York". I've also added Martha's great version of the latter-day Warren Zevon tune, "I Was in the House when the House Burned Down", which was released on her UK single for "When the Day is Short"