Tori Amos is an American pianist and singer-songwriter whose musical career began in 1980, at the age of seventeen, when she and her brother co-wrote the song "Baltimore". The song was selected as the winning song in a contest for the Baltimore Orioles and was recorded and pressed locally as a 7" single
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A Piano: The Collection Album. A Piano: The Collection Box Set US, Multiple CDs, Album. It is interesting to note that the packaging lists "Purple People" as the studio version from the Spark single, however the actual version featured here is from the 2nd live CD on To Venus and Back. Additionally, "Take to the Sky" is not labeled as being an alternate mix, despite the backing vocals being different than the Winter single version. All Release Dates: Released in most countries on September 26, 2006.
But Tori Amos pulled it off quite well. The alterations make the songs sound fresh and new again, without ruining them. However, there is one exception. From her emotionally charged debut where she croons the superb Crucify to the confessional Silent All These Years, Tori Amos brought with her greater aspirations and creativity with each release. On her most bizzare album yet, Boys for Pele, she scored her biggest UK hit Professional Widow in a remixed form since the original was too avant garde for radio.
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Album · 2006 · 86 Songs. Practically her entire Little Earthquakes album appears here in altered form, while selections from her later albums are cherry-picked and re-imagined through Amos’ restless ears. As an artist, she's never stayed in one place long enough and a collection like this where she has complete control is intriguing in the questions it raises.
Bliss" from Amos' To Venus and Back double album gets a crystallized lift in the studio, while two new songs are introduced for the first time: "Snow Cherries From France" and "Angels. Reaching for such rightness has been her quest all along and through music she's told amazing stories that millions have come to believe and take seriously. Like Morrissey loyalists, Tori followers are a rare breed .
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. When Atlantic rejected the initial version of the album, Amos fired back with a clutch of new songs. Tear in Your Hand was among the deal-sealing salvo, a blazing, electric guitar-laced volte-face with a Springsteen warmth that flips from breakup song to personal power anthem. Her lover has left her and her world has imploded; she’s in emo mode, wallowing in the black of the blackest oceans.
From the Album: Tori Amos - To Venus and Back. From the Book: Tales of a Librarian: A Tori Amos Collection. The Related Products tab shows you other products that you may also like, if you like Bliss. More Songs From the Album: Tori Amos - To Venus and Back. Publishing administered by: Hal Leonard Music Publishing.