Tori Amos: All These Years : the Authorized Illustrated Biography

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Omnibus Press, Jan 1, 1994 - Biography - 116 pages
At age five, Tori Amos was a child prodigy on speaking terms with Beethoven and in love with the Beatles. At 11, she experienced a mid-life crisis and at 13 began her professional career at the piano in the bars of Washington DC. This book traces the journey of a minister's rebellious daughter from her rock chick days in LA to underground success in London to worldwide critical acclaim. It details her doomed debut album Y Kant Tori Read, her soul-searching 1992 Little Earthquakes, and 1994's Under the Pink, and includes a complete discography plus full itineraries for both world tours. This book features over 150 previously unseen photographs - many from Tori's own private archives - and interviews with Tori's friends, family, management, record company, and with Tori herself.

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User Review  - HeatherLee - LibraryThing

I didn't have very high expectations when I bought this book. Tori Amos is notoriously coy, cryptic, and evasive with interviewers, so I expected a pretty but unenlightening volume riddled with errors ... Read full review

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