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    Tori is touring in 2017 to support the release of Native Invader. The European legs runs from early September through early October and the North American leg runs from late October to early December. We do not know if additional dates elsewhere will be added.

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    News: Eagle Rock Announces Details About Live at Montreux

    Posted by woj on Thursday, September 11, 2008 | Releases

    Eagle Rock Entertainment, the company releasing Live at Montreux in North America, has announced details about the DVD and CD. While the release confirms the track list that we mentioned previously for the DVD, they indicate that the CD issue will be a single disc that includes all of the 1991 appearance and a subset of songs from the 1992 concert. The CD setlist is as follows:

    1. Silent All These Years
    2. Precious Things
    3. China
    4. Crucify
    5. Leather
    6. Song For Eric
    7. Upside Down
    8. Happy Phantom
    9. Winter
    10. Thank You
    11. Little Earthquakes
    12. Precious Things
    13. Whole Lotta Love/Thank You
    14. Me And A Gun
    15. Winter
    16. Smells Like Teen Spirit

    Tracks 11-16 are taken from the 1992 concert, meaning that year’s performances of “Crucify,” “Silent All These Years,” and “Happy Phantom” are excluded from the CD release.

    At least in North America.

    Even though the European CD is identified as a single disc release on Amazon UK, the back cover image on Amazon UK (at right) shows 2 discs, one for each show, and includes the entirety of the 1992 performance. On the other hand, HMV and Play both clearly indicate that it’s a two disc set in their listings. Unfortunately, there is nothing on the Eagle Rock UK site that addresses this seeming discrepancy, but it would seem that the European market would be getting a double-CD set with both shows complete while North America is getting an abbreviated single-disc release. If anyone happens to have any information about this, please let us know so we can clear it up.

    As a reminder, Live at Montreux is released on September 22 in Europe and September 30th in North America. The DVD and CD are currently available for pre-order from all the usual places if you are interested in procuring it online. Although it is not for sale at The Tori Store yet, it should be as the release date near if one prefers to patronize Tori’s official merchandiser.

    While we’re on the subject, Little Blue World contributor Alex Ramon reviewed the DVD in the latest issue of Wears The Trousers and certainly whets our appetite for the release!

    Thanks to MiMi, Eliot Lear, Mark Bednarz, Melanie, Christoff, and Terry for helping out with this article.

    Finally, on a somber note, we’re saddened by the death of Géo Voumard, jazz pianist and one of the founders of the Montreux Jazz Festival. His obituary appeared in the New York Times earlier this week and was passed on to us by Richard Handal.