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Tori will be touring in 2014 to support the release of Unrepentant Geraldines. The European legs runs from May through June and the North American legs spans July and August. We do not know if additional dates elsewhere will be added.
Finnish Toriphile Tommi reports:
I had the huge honour of being able to hear American Doll Posse today at Sonybmg headquaters in Finland and I thought I shared the experience with you.
The album in simply put excellent! I can’t say anything bad of it honestly. Its like sitting on a rollercoaster ride and it starts easy and suddenly it goes to more rock oriented sounds. I think Tori managed to combine elements of all her previous albums and add some of her favourite artists influence in the mix (Glam rock, Led Zeppelin infulences can be heard). There is also one track that reminded me of 60’s pop and other that came close to modern country. There are more guitars here than ever before and partially the sound is more American than before, which isn’t a bad thing.
Also added in the mix are horns and a harp (I think). So it is much more varied than Beekeeper or Scarlet’s Walk. Gone is also time of being too political and back is warrior woman. I can honestly say, that this is much better than 2 previous albums. It has some short interludes so the way it’s been put together is in the same style as Boys For Pele.
In other words, this is an album worth of waiting!!!
Dutch Toriphile Sprk has written an early review of American Doll Posse. You’ll definitely want to check it out.
Among other things, he says that:
(Oh, and if anyone is in Sprk’s neighborhood, take the boy a box of Kleenex.)
The Flemish newspaper De Morgen reviewed A Piano: The Collection. Thanks to tip_of.yourstar for finding and translating the review from the Dutch!
Fear not fearless readers! This is the last review of A Piano ... for now! Swing by Out In Toronto to see what they have to say about the boxed set. Or read it below. Thanks to Armen for the link!
All Music Guide reviewed A Piano: The Collection. While not entirely favorable, it is generally positive and demonstrates some thought by the reviewer. And it doesn’t use the K-word! Thanks to DMC for the link.
RaspySwirl tells us that the November issue of Paste includes a review of A Piano. Thanks to Jenn and RaspySwirl for sending scans and transcripts of this article!
Thanks to livingdeadgirl for pointing out a short but positive review of A Piano in the October 2006 issue of Keyboard Magazine”. It’s on page 12 of the print magazine. You can read it online or below.