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    Tour Status

    Tori is touring in support of the release of Unrepentant Geraldines. The tour is in Europe from May through June, South Africa at the end of June, and North America in July and August. Additional dates are expected to be announced but are not yet known.

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    Current Release

    Unrepentant Geraldines (album, 2014)
    Release Dates:
    May 9 - Germany/Netherlands
    May 12 - UK/France
    May 13 - North America
    May 16 - Australia

    Beethovensaal

    American Doll Posse Tour

    Date June 10, 2007
    City Stuttgart
    Venue Beethovensaal
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    Setlist

    Isabel opened this show. Setlist via Sara Camilla and Saar over at The Afterglow forum.

    “Pancake” was substituted for “Hoochie Woman”, which was on the original setlist.

    Act I (Isabel)

    • Yo George
    • Sweet Dreams
    • Tubular Bells (aka Theme From The Exorcist)/Devils And Gods
    • Mr. Bad Man
    • Almost Rosey

    Costume Change

    • Big Wheel
    • Crucify
    • Siren
    • Cornflake Girl
    • Playboy Mommy
    • General Joy

    Solo

    • Winter
    • Sister Janet
    • Michael improv

    Band Returns

    • Lust
    • God
    • Code Red

    First Encore

    • Precious Things
    • Tear In Your Hand

    Second Encore

    • Pancake
    • Hey Jupiter

    Video

    Yo George (filmed by Robert Schrader)

    Tubular Bells/Devils and Gods (filmed by Robert Schrader)

    Big Wheel (filmed by Idil)

    Siren (filmed by Idil)

    Photos

    Reviews

    1. Karin says:

      The concert was great, I really loved it. It seems to me (after reading the thoughts of other people about earlier concerts) that some fans are a bit disappointed because this tour is so different from the Beekeeper Tour. I think that it is Tori's great strength to find always new ways to interpret her music, to go for it from another point of view. This time it is colorful and rocking and a big show and I like it very much. I had my problems with some interpretations at the Beekeeper Tour although I found it very inspiring. I think the sound quality yesterday was good. Her voice was clear and impressive and I loved the power of the band. I was very happy that she played Sister Janet and the improvisation at the beginning of the solo part was beautiful! I wish I could hear it again. It was about loosing something at someones forest floor … I hope I understood that right.

      Tori told the audience that she had been in the Black Forest to meet some friends or relatives and she thanked for the hospitality.

      For me it was one of the best Tori concerts I’ve ever seen.

    2. John says:

      Just wanted to make an update. The Tubular Bells song that Tori did with the band was not an intro. It was 3 to 4 minutes long, and listed as a regular song on the official setlist as “Theme From The Exorcist”. It was indeed amazing.

      At the end of Sister Janet Tori did a great improv about Michael.

    3. N. says:

      This was my third Tori concert (2003/2005). I liked it, although it did not blow me away as the first one did (Scarlet’s Walk). The sound was good, a bit loud maybe.

      How she appeared on Stage as Isobel – without the usual curtsy at the beginning – was so sovereign and cool. And as Tori herself came on stage (after the “Professional Widow” intermission) it was like “there she is”, a much more familiar feeling.

      The choice of songs fit together very well. I personally was happy to hear “Siren” live. More personal favorites where “Playboy Mommy”, “Hey Jupiter” and the new and rocking “Big Wheel”. It always amazes me, how she knows all these lyrics and notes of her I don’t know how many songs…

      The songs sounded all somewhat improvised to me, or I should say “interpreted”. She never sings exactly like on her records. Which is not bad, it’s just something that I realized. Hearing her sing this way gives me the feeling, that she is the interpreter of her songs and they come out in different ways, but never wrong.

      It’s also interesting how she manages to play enough of the famous songs, some of the current album, and little known songs. I think, she never plays a setlist to only please the average listener. She seems to always find the balance between satisfying the expectations and her own current mood.

      All in all, it was very powerful and energetic. A wonderful contrast – and a highlight of the evening – was her performance of “Winter”. Breathtaking!

      One thing really bothered me, though. She was extremely reserved towards her audience. Only once (!!) she addressed the people, which was more like saying the obligatory hello. I really missed her witty and thoughtful words, which is the only personal link between her and the mass of people in front of her. Maybe she wasn’t in the mood. But if I wouldn’t know better, I would think she was an aloof diva…

      Oh, and one more nice little detail:
      I could see her daughter sitting right next to the huge speakers. She watched the whole concert and was talking to some women, just like, “Oh I know this all and it’s great but can someone entertain me please?” ;))

      Finally I must mention the opening band: “Seth Lakeman”. Awesome!!! Very compelling. An English band with violin, guitar, bass, percussion, mandolin. All three concerts I have seen were opened by amazing artists: Howie Day (Scarlet’s Walk), Tom McRae (Beekeeper). This makes her concerts even more worthwhile!

    4. Andreas says:

      This was my second Tori Amos Show, and although it was completely different from the “Beekeeper” Show I saw in Frankfurt in 2005 I really enjoyed it. The only criticism I would like to apply is about Tori’s behaviour towards the fans after the show. About 20 people waited at the coach after the show for about an hour. Then we were told by her bodyguard that she would not sign autographs or have pictures taken. Then she came, went straight to the coach, waved hello for 5 seconds and went in. I have been to many dozens of concerts within the last 20 years but NEVER have seen any musician ignore the fans completely like Tori did. Tired or not, I expect any artist to have 5 minutes for the fans who drive and wait for hours and pay a lot of money to see a show. I was really disappointed about that.

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