Tori Amos - An Interview With Tori Amos mp3 downloadPerformer: Tori Amos
Title: An Interview With Tori Amos
Style: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock
Released: August 31, 1999
Size MP3 version: 1323 mb
Size FLAC version: 1870 mb
Size WMA version: 1634 mb
Format: WMA AU AUD MMF WAV XM
Genre: Pop Rock
Tori Amos - An Interview With Tori Amos mp3 download
An Interview With Tori Amos. An Interview With Tori Amos.
Tori Amos (born Myra Ellen Amos, August 22, 1963) is an American singer-songwriter and pianist. She is a classically trained musician with a mezzo-soprano vocal range. Having already begun composing instrumental pieces on piano, Amos won a full scholarship to the Peabody Institute at Johns Hopkins University at the age of five, the youngest person ever to have been admitted. She was expelled at the age of 11 for what Rolling Stone described as "musical insubordination"
If pianist Tori Amos hadn’t become an otherworldly singer-songwriter, she likely could have been a literary journalist that would have turned out equally fascinating prose. Since her 1991 breakthrough, Little Earthquakes, Amos has made unflinching observations about topics like sexual liberation, religion and patriarchal dominance, as well as highly personal confessions about multiple facets of her life: rebel, lover, mother, survivor. The most prominent position she embodies among these roles is that of messenger, with music as her delivery method. The delicate sounds of her melodies and her.
Tori talks about mostly the exact same things in each of the 4 interviews. She has just flown from London to NYC and is promoting the new album like crazy. Matrix, Runout (Variant 1): S SAM 7017 01. Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 8701. Matrix, Runout ((Mirrored) Variant 2 ): S SAM 7017 01. Mould SID Code (Variant 2 ): IFPI 8706.
Baroque, dissonant and unapologetic in confronting taboos, Amos has never been bound by conventions. 1. Tear in Your Hand. Rejection and self-discovery were the twin fuel kegs behind Tori Amos’s breakthrough in 1992. She’d gone from teen prodigy to synth-rock bimbo with her maligned band debut Y Kant Tori Read in 1988 – an ego-crushing fall that forced her into creative retreat. Despair turned into determination, and four years on from the Y Kant Tori Read album, a bold solo artist re-emerged.
Tori Amos has spent the last five years in the trenches, musically speaking. While she’s perhaps still best known for the piano-driven confessional songs she wrote in the 1990s, including Little Earthquakes, Under the Pink and Boys for Pele, the singer-songwriter has spent the last five years on a musical voyage. On Unrepentant Geraldines, her latest album (and her 17th!), Amos puts herself back at the piano, crafting songs that will speak to the fans she earned in back in the ‘90s as well as those who were attracted by her later work. The songs on the album were largely inspired by visual cues - paintings and etchings she has seen in her travels, including photographer Diane Arbus and painter Paul Cézanne. Amos would sink herself into the stories she discovered in the art, becoming the protagonist and writing from that point of view, be it a troubled young girl or a mythical selkie.
Tori Amos has been speaking to Classic FM about her new classical album, Night of Hunters. Night of Hunters, Tori's first classical album, is a 21st-century song cycle which takes its inspiration from classical pieces spanning the last 400 years, and from the works of greats like Bach, Schubert and Satie.
A few years ago, Tori Amos had a heart to heart with the director of the National Theatre. That cheeky devil Sir Nick Hytner looked me in the eye, she recalls, and basically said: your emotion is your strength, you’re not Sondheim. He told me, your core is your pain and other people’s pain. It wasn’t about compliments, he was being viciously fair. She’s been mulling it over, she say. mos’s fifteenth album is an intense feast of melody, protest, tenderness and pain. In the summer of 2016, she took a road trip through North Carolina’s Smoky Mountains
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