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Tori Amos on the making of Unrepentant Geraldines

Chiunque mi conosca sa che sono una grandissssima fan di Tori Amos. Posso dire senza ombra di dubbio che sia la mia musicista preferita, autrice della mia canzone preferita (Spark) e del mio album preferito (From the Choirgirl Hotel). 206 more words


Review of A Question of Balance (1970)

The Moody Blues are one of those groups who had no trouble transitioning from the Sixties to the Seventies. Coming out in the late sixties with one of music’s greatest songs, “Nights in White Satin”, The Moody Blues had a hell of a reputation to keep up. 645 more words

Tori Amos talks about her new Album

Tori gives us an insight into the making of her new record  Unrepentant Geraldines.


Winds And Tides - 3rd track from the upcoming album. Available for pre-order!

This is the 3rd track from my upcoming piano album called “Accidental Etudes” (released on 23rd of May).

You can pre-order the album on Amazon MP3… 39 more words


Tori Amos Discusses Unrepentant Geraldines

Tori Amos is very much back and this time the orchestra has been traded in for a folksy feel. The first single Trouble’s Lament came out this week and certainly tips it hat to the era of Scarlet’s Walk but has plenty of little fun quirks, including a flamenco flavour to it. 23 more words


Review of The Stranger (1977)

Transitioning from Elton John, who set the stage for Piano Rock in the 1970′s comes his “Piano Man” counterpart, Billy Joel. Joel is known for having a homey, feel-good voice. 841 more words