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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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    Native Invader (album, 2017)

    Bozar / Henry Le Boeuf Hal

    Gold Dust Orchestral Tour

    Date October 02, 2012
    City Brussels, Belgium
    Venue Bozar / Henry Le Boeuf Hal


    Thanks to Markec for tweeting the setlist!

    • Flying Dutchman
    • Cloud On My Tongue
    • Baker Baker
    • Marianne
    • Snow Cherries From France
    • “I don’t need my glasses for this” improv
    • Here In My Head (solo)
    • Hey Jupiter
    • Jackie’s Strength
    • Winter


    • Yes, Anastasia
    • Flavor
    • Girl Disappearing
    • Silent All These Years
    • Leather
    • Edge Of The Moon
    • Gold Dust
    • Precious Things


    • Star Of Wonder
    • Programmable Soda
    • Our New Year

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    Flying Dutchman

    Cloud On My Tongue

    Baker Baker


    Snow Cherries From France

    Glasses improv/Here. In My Head

    Jackie’s Strength


    Yes, Anastasia


    Silent All These Years


    Edge of the Moon

    Gold Dust

    Precious Things

    Star of Wonder

    Our New Year



    1. Bart says:

      Wonderful show, yet not the best Tori show I’ve seen.

      The orchestra is often a great, wonderful beast, working with Tori to make these songs larger than life. That’s why I’d say “Yes, Anastasia” was probably the biggest highlight of the evening. The song just blew me away. So much power. Star of Wonder and Our New Year also worked very well played this way. Other highlights for me, clearly elevated by the presence of the orchestra, were Marianne, Baker Baker, Jackie’s Strength, Gold Dust and Edge of the Moon. All of these I thought worked really well with the orchestra.

      The intros to most of the songs played by the orchestra were a very nice touch. I haven’t really listened to ‘Gold Dust’ yet, so I don’t know if those intros are present on the record, but during the show they kept me guessing what song they were introducing.

      I would like to add that I think it’s a good thing that this is a limited tour though. Although it’s a shame not everyone will get to see it, this is not Tori’s best way to tour. Because, as has been said dozens of times before, the orchestra is like a train and you either hop on or get off the stage, this sort of cramps Tori’s style. There is hardly or no room for improvisation (except for prior to Here. In My Head, when she did a wonderful little improv I’ll call “I Don’t Need My Glasses For This”, during which she sang that Tash told her that if she put her glasses on at the Royal Albert Hall, Tori would ruin all of Tash’s cred). And after this show, I conclude that it’s the improvisation, the parts that may differ from performance to performance, that make Tori shows into living, breathing things.

      It happened a handful of times that Tori was playing her parts, started to sing the next verse, realised that the orchestra was still playing a segue from one section of the song to the next and that she’s only supposed to start singing after that segue. I’m sure only hardcore fans noticed, but that sort of sucks the enthousiasm out of the performance.

      That’s not a critique on the orchestra either. They were wonderful and a great addition to tracks like the ones I mentioned before.

      The only real let-down of the evening was Hey Jupiter for me. There’s a reason it’s no longer at the end of the show: because in this version, it’s simply no longer a show-stopping number. It wasn’t an emotional song anymore. The pizzicato strings made it sound almost like a silly song. Not suitable at all and I’m almost relieved that version didn’t end up on Gold Dust.

      All in all it was a good show, I enjoyed it very much and am very glad I saw her with an orchestra. But I’ll also be glad when she returns to a ‘smaller’ touring form. The string quartet tour was, in my opinion, a stronger tour.

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