Tori Amos - Embrace The Goddess album FLAC
Gold Dust is the thirteenth solo studio album by American singer-songwriter Tori Amos, released on October 1, 2012 by Deutsche Grammophon and Mercury Classics. The album is produced by Amos with arrangements by long-time collaborator John Philip Shenale. Inspired by and following in a similar vein as Amos's previous effort, the classical music album Night of Hunters (2011), Gold Dust features some of her previously released alternative rock and baroque pop songs re-worked in an orchestral setting
Features Song Lyrics for Tori Amos's Goddess album. Tori Amos - Goddess Album Lyrics. 2. Putting the Damage On Lyrics. 3. Never Seen Blue Lyrics.
Tori Amos has a unique and loyal fan base that eagerly embraces all works attached to her influence. Now, the divine Ms. Amos receives an impassioned and fan driven tribute on this release by an array of rising artists from across planet
I bring in the story of Inanna, the Sumerian goddess who visited her sister in the underworld. It was about not looking to men outside of yourself, but finding your male self. I needed to figure out who that was.
Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 2D1S.
Amos’s fifteenth album is an intense feast of melody, protest, tenderness and pain. In the summer of 2016, she took a road trip through North Carolina’s Smoky Mountains. The intention was to reconnect with the stories and songlines of her mother’s family, who were from the North Carolina and Tennessee Smoky Mountain area. That winter, two seismic events knocked the plan off its axis. The fall out from the US Election. And in January her mother, Maryellen Amos, suffered a severe stroke leaving her unable to speak.
There’s nothing inherently Pagan in the lyrics of Tori’s first three albums (with the exception of a few references to deity on Boys For Pele, but coming from anyone else they probably wouldn’t have raised an eyebrow) but the lyrics capture the sense of isolation and questioning that many of us who walk a Pagan Path often feel. If you had asked me in 1994 what The Goddess looked like I would have replied with Tori Amos. Tori was there during the transition, telling me it was OK to wonder, to wander, and to embrace the changes that would make me who I am. On breezy fall evenings when the autumn leaves swirl I sometimes see The Lady in the distance, and She still looks a bit like Tori and in the back of my head I hear the thunderous piano of Cornflake Girl and I smile.
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- Artwork By, Layout – Mike Warden
- Vocals – Tori Amos