Tori Amos - From The Choirgirl Hotel / Little Earthquakes mp3 album
Little Earthquakes is the debut solo album of singer-songwriter Tori Amos, featuring the singles "Silent All These Years", "China", "Winter" and "Crucify". The album was first released in the UK on January 6, 1992.
With From the Choirgirl Hotel, she proves that with a little aural experimentation and muscle, she's as potent and powerful as any modern rock artist.
From the Choirgirl Hotel is not a typical Amos album – that would be the more traditional singer-songwriter fare of Little Earthquakes. But it came in the centre of a stretch from 1996-99 during which she seemed to be pushing the form further out in every direction at once – more intense, more complex, more experimental – and, in pulling it off, becoming an even more powerful artist. Despite her largely unsung influence on today's singer-songwriters, both male and female, Amos's combination of conviction, catharsis and vision feels worlds away from the relatively timorous aesthetics.
Little Earthquakes (1992) Tori’s debut solo album is still considered a masterpiece to this day and for good reason. It not only contains some of her most iconic tracks (Silent All These Years, Crucify) but lyrically some of her strongest (Precious Things, Tear in Your Hand) and her most brutally honest song (Me and a Gun). 1. From the Choirgirl Hotel (1998) Probably the most articulate and well-themed album in Tori’s repertoire. The album is a reflection of the two miscarriages Tori suffered while promoting Boys for Pele.
Oh, these little earthquakes Here we go again These little earthquakes Doesn't take much to rip us into pieces, yeah. We danced in graveyards With vampires till dawn We laughed in the faces of kings Never afraid to burn And I hate and I hate And I hate and I hate Disintegration Watching us wither Black winged roses that safely changed their color. Oh these little earthquakes Here we go again Oh, these little earthquakes Doesn't take much to rip us into pieces Doesn't take much to rip us into pieces, yeah.
Little Earthquakes by Tori Amos Audio CD £. 9. Only 9 left in stock (more on the way). TORI AMOS From The Choirgirl Hotel (1998 UK 12-track CD album her fourth studio album including the singles Spark Jackies Strength and Cruel, Raspberry Swirl comes with the picture, lyric booklet). For Tori Amos, sex can be a weapon, a spiritual offering, or an act of protest. It's certainly been the singer/pianist's big subject since her 1989 debut Little Earthquakes.
By 1998, Tori Amos had been expanding her sound for several years since the release of her debut, Little Earthquakes. While she’d certainly incorporated full band rock elements into some of her previous songs this was this time they were featured across an entire album . The change in song structures, in no way resulted in song topics being less personal as the album dealt largely with miscarriages Amos had in the mid-nineties. Album opener, Spark, deals with this directly. You get a true sense of the pain, anger, and self-doubt she felt in lyrics like, She's convinced she could hold back a glacier. But she couldn’t keep baby alive.
sort by album sort by song. album: "Y Kant Tori Read" (1988). The Big Picture Cool On Your Island Fayth Fire On The Side Pirates Floating City Heart Attack At 23 On The Boundary You Go To My Head Etienne Trilogy. album: "Little Earthquakes" (1992). Crucify Girl Silent All These Years Precious Things Winter Happy Phantom China Leather Mother Tear In Your Hand Me And A Gun Little Earthquakes Smells Like Teen Spirit. album: "Under The Pink" (1994). album: "From The Choirgirl Hotel" (1998).
Unrepentant Geraldines. 2012 сингл Peter Rauhofer Mixes. From the Choirgirl Hotel. Blackbird - The Beatles Album.
|From The Choirgirl Hotel|
|1-7||She's Your Cocaine|
|2-3||Silent All These Years|
|2-10||Tear In Your Hand|
|2-11||Me And A Gun|
- Copyright (c) – Warner Music France
- Record Company – Warner Music Group
Notes2 x CD albums compiled in a unique slipcase.
'Made in Germany'.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text [Slipcase]): 0 75678 08792 9
- Other (Distribution Code [France]): EW 872