excerpts from warhol star andrea feldman's obituary, written by geraldine smith and published in the village voice on august 17, 1972:
"i met andrea nine years ago in washington square park and we were friends ever since. we frequently visited max's kansas city, where she performed for recognition, which she immediately received, by singing "everything's coming up roses" in her unique style. eventually this lead to her role in the movie "imitation of christ", after which she made "groupie" and after this "trash". by the time she did "trash" she was a recognized superstar, an established personality.
it's strange, people with problems captivate me more than anyone else ever could.