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Old 01-06-2007, 10:49 PM   #1
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New Tori Amos Album

Tonight I was listening to Tori and decided to look up something on wikipedia about her. That's where I found this:

"During the summer tour and in several recent interviews while promoting A Piano, Amos has revealed cryptic details about her upcoming album. She has hinted at a release date of April 2007. It has also been confirmed that Tori is returning to the harpsichord for the first time since 1996's Boys for Pele, along with the piano and Wurlitzer. Amos has made several comments about bringing a "warrior woman" out on the next record. She has also stated that she is "jumping ship" with the next record and doing something completely different than her previous work."

More quotes from Tori concerning the new album can be found here.

This is the one I find most promising:

"I think that this new work -- it's too early to say -- but this is a very different chapter. Certainly, since I've been a mother. You haven't really felt this Tori in a while...I didn't want [Tash] looking and hearing me and thinking, "Oh my God, that's a scary lady!" There are enough scary rock & roll mothers in the world. I'm able to explain now that the woman who comes and reads bedtime stories and hangs out with her is different than the woman who walks behind that piano. I think this is the first time she's able to differentiate that. Now that there's that buffer, there are things in the world it's time to confront. There is an energy that you carry when you're nurturing another life where you're protecting first -- and once you know that cub is out of the way of the hunter's gun, you can be a little more daring." (March 30, 2006)

And all I have to say now is

Oh, and returning to the harpsichord?
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And all I have to say now is

Oh, and returning to the harpsichord?


Bring on the scary, daring, confrontational harpischord-playing rock & roll mama!!
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I hope this is true. I've been a diehard Tori fan since "Little Earthquakes", but I was really disappointed with "The Beekeeper". Even after repeated listenings, I sadly just couldn't get into it.
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Bring on the scary, daring, confrontational harpischord-playing rock & roll mama!!




I'm still working thru Venus, haven't listened to it fully yet. One more to go... Strange Little Girls.
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I never even bought The Beekeeper, sadly. If I find it used somewhere, sure, but I never got excited about it.

I will be watching this new one, though.
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This does sound quite promising. The Beekeeper was pretty boring, and Scarlet's Walk was nice and all, but still not near as great as her earlier albums. Tori started getting too tasteful.

Though I will admit that I was not crazy about the harpsichord songs on Boys for Pele, except for Caught A Lite Sneeze.
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just in time for my birthday!!
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Harpsichord,

I like "The Beekeeper" but a departure would be nice.
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Excellent. I still have much Tori to learn about, and now even more so.
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I was disappointed with the Bee Keeper myself, after I enjoyed Scarlet's Walk so much. I've been longing for a return to her Choir Girl Hotel days though. I still remember the show I went to in '98 and it rocked. Totally awesome. I'll be very interested to see how this one turns out! I Tori!


just in time for my birthday too, Mia!
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I was disappointed with the Bee Keeper myself, after I enjoyed Scarlet's Walk so much. I've been longing for a return to her Choir Girl Hotel days though. I still remember the show I went to in '98 and it rocked. Totally awesome. I'll be very interested to see how this one turns out! I Tori!
Same here!
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This does sound quite promising. The Beekeeper was pretty boring, and Scarlet's Walk was nice and all, but still not near as great as her earlier albums. Tori started getting too tasteful.

Though I will admit that I was not crazy about the harpsichord songs on Boys for Pele, except for Caught A Lite Sneeze.
Yeah, I'm with you, except for the harpischord stuff. It did nothing for me at first, but Pele really grew on me after a few years.
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you know, I liked From the Choirgirl Hotel when it came out, but I'm listening to it now and I just don't like it. I love Spark and 1 or 2 other songs, but the rest are just ... yuck.

So come on, Tori! Give me something to looooooooooooove!
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you know, I liked From the Choirgirl Hotel when it came out, but I'm listening to it now and I just don't like it. I love Spark and 1 or 2 other songs, but the rest are just ... yuck.
Really? I think Choirgirl is underrated. I have some issues with the production but I really like most of the songs and that tour just kicked so much ass, those songs sounded fantastic live. "Hotel" I hated until I heard it live, I still skip "She's Your Cocaine" (perhaps one of the weakest Tori songs ever, IMO), and "Jackie's Strength" doesn't do anything for me, but I think the rest is great. Liquid Diamonds, Pandora, iieee, Playboy Mommy and Cruel are among my favorite Tori songs.
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