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Live At Montreux 1991 & 1992

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Disc 1 of 2
01
Silent All These Years
4:18  
02
Precious Things
4:40  
03
China
5:22  
04
Crucify
5:46  
05
Leather
4:01  
06
Song For Eric
1:33  
07
Upside Down
4:35  
08
Happy Phantom
3:39  
09
Winter
6:12  
10
Thank You
4:00  
Disc 2 of 2
01
Little Earthquakes
6:01  
02
Crucify
5:57  
03
Silent All These Years
5:27  
04
Precious Things
5:25  
05
Happy Phantom
3:30  
06
Whole Lotta Love/Thank You
5:04  
07
Me And A Gun
5:04  
08
Winter
6:26  
09
Smells Like Teen Spirit
3:37  
Album Information
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Total Tracks: 19   Total Length: 90:37

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Naked Songs

BraƧfort

"Little Earthquakes" was Tori's breakthrough album. It was a wonderful collection of highly personal songs that had universal messages. But, IMHO, it was also a little over-produced. This live double draws on the songs from that album, but they are bare naked as they should have been. Just that voice and that piano stripping off in front of you and baring a soul as sensitive as that Joni shared with us on "Blue". Can there be higher praise? Download this pure poetry now!

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Tori Amos in the Age of the Selfie

By Katherine St. Asaph, Contributor

It is 2014, year of the cottage industry devoted to things that make you feel old. Here's another: Tori Amos's Little Earthquakes came out 22 years ago. The number is telling: Amos is officially past the 20th-anniversary milestone, the one that determines whether an artist is going to get reassessed or not. Times have changed, as have album release cycles, and Amos has thrown herself into the modern landscape with vigor. Blowsy-bluesy track "Trouble's Lament,"… more »