Synonymous with the heavy hedonism of the factory days, Andy Warhol's muse and the epitome of the term 'poor little rich girl' ; Edie Sedgwick. Edie conjures up varied standpoints, whilst the photography and short films by Andy Warhol project her party persona, Vogue depicted her as the 60s pin up and style icon... there's rarely if ever, anything heard from the woman herself, despite her cameo appearances in Poor Little Rich Girl, Beauty, Kitchen etc. There's so much controversy that surrounds her demise into the doldrums of drug addiction that I'm hesitant to go into them as that can be left for speculation! What I'd like to bring to light though are a couple of intimate interviews with her during her time in an unnamed psychiatric ward in California. Edie had an energy and lust for life that can only be applauded although eventually this would lead to her untimely death and psychological breakdown. For a few moments, have a listen to Edie speaking on her own terms, it's really something else... beneath the exterior of vulnerability, it takes a strong person to expose themselves in such a way.