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Old 02-17-2005, 05:09 PM   #106
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The Original Sinsuality Tour dates:

4/03/05 Orlando, FL Bob Carr Theatre
4/04/05 Atlanta, GA Symphony Hall
4/06/05 Washington, DC Warner Theatre
4/08/05 New York, NY Hammerstein Ballroom
4/11/05 Philadelphia, PA Kimmel Center
4/12/05 Boston, MA Orpheum Theatre
4/14/05 Detroit, MI Detroit Opera House
4/15/05 Chicago, IL Auditorium Theatre
4/17/05 Grand Prairie, TX Nokia Theatre
4/19/05 Denver, CO Paramount Theatre
4/22/05 Seattle, WA Benaroya Hall
4/24/05 San Francisco, CA Davies Symphony Hall
4/25/05 Los Angeles, CA Royce Hall Auditorium
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Old 02-17-2005, 08:58 PM   #107
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That's not much of a tour, doesnt even last a month.
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Old 02-18-2005, 03:34 AM   #108
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It's weird, I'm such a huge fan of Tori's music but I've never actually been a fan of her personality off the stage and I find a lot of what she has to say to be...well, uninteresting to me.
Not that weird, I really don't pay attention to her interviews because she loses me when she goes on a tangent. But then again I am more "practical" than "spiritual."

Very short tour....
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Very short tour....
This is just the solo part of the tour. She'll do a bigger tour this summer with her band and probably come to a town near both of you.

I thought she was wonderful last night on Letterman. She looked beautiful, her hair was gorgeous, and she was in fine voice. Sometimes her TV performances aren't that great but this was worth staying up for.
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I thought she sounded wonderful last night. Yet just another reminder for me to pick up one of her cds.
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I thought she sounded wonderful last night. Yet just another reminder for me to pick up one of her cds.
I think you should go to her solo Atlanta show. She'll blow you away!!
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Just a heads up for Tori fans, she's on Letterman tonight.


figures i'd stumble over this news one day too late...


new stuff sounds fantastic, can't wait to buy it!

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Old 02-18-2005, 03:30 PM   #113
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I've only ever given scant attention to Tori Amos and her music but I did happen to catch her on Letterman and I've got to say.... she's pretty damn beautiful. She looks a bit like Jewel but -- in some indescribable way -- more appealing. And hell, I liked the song she played last night. I'd even consider picking up an album.
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I've only ever given scant attention to Tori Amos and her music but I did happen to catch her on Letterman and I've got to say.... she's pretty damn beautiful. She looks a bit like Jewel but -- in some indescribable way -- more appealing. And hell, I liked the song she played last night. I'd even consider picking up an album.
Go get 'Little Earthquakes'. NOW.
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Old 02-18-2005, 06:14 PM   #115
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haha, okay u2popmofo, I WILL. Seriously, thanks for the title suggestion. I wouldn't have known where to start.
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pub crawler, get 'Tales Of A Librarian'(I think that's what it's called), it's her recent best of compilation. It's certainly not the only work of hers you should own but it's a damn good starting point.
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A few comments here and there:

I missed her on Letterman.

I'll be watching for those added tour dates. It's been many a year since HG has seen a Tori show.

I second going to buy 'Little Earthquakes.' Might as well start at the beginning!

lmjhitman, I'm glad your Tori CD finally made it to you!

I'm interested in the book. What I may do is thumb through it at the bookstore and see what it's like. Joyful, I'm interested in hearing more about what you think after you've read further into it. I think we have the same view of Tori in that I'm not completely interested in every weird thing she has to say.

Also, I'm still enjoying the mixes.

And that is all, I think!
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lmjhitman, I'm glad your Tori CD finally made it to you!
Thank you so much HG! I'd almost forgotten how much I LOVE this single!
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Is she doing a solo tour and a full band tour, cos I saw her solo during strange little girls and prefer her with her band.

Cant wait for the new album.
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I'd love to go see her, but all of my money is going towards another band this year.

Maybe she'll come back to Detroit with her band. Anyone interested in going with me?
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