Music in High Places

Alanis Morissette: Navajo Nation - Arizona, USA (27 Aug. 2002)

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Nick Lashley ...
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Herself (Vocals, Flute, Harmonica)
Gary Novak ...
Himself (Djembe Drum)
Joel Shearer ...
Himself (Guitar / Bazouki)
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Alanis is a MERE MORTAL, too!!
26 March 2006 | by (Austria) – See all my reviews

To be fair (at least initially and, hopefully, entirely), Alanis has provided me with a reasonable amount of comfort (of sorts) and "food for thought" over the years beginning with her, at times, fabulously inspiring (at the time, at least) "Jagged Little Pill" album. For example, "she was there for me" when times and circumstances in my life have, indeed, appeared to me to be unkindly "Ironic", and when I needed some immediate encouragement to rekindle my sense of sense of humor in relation to such (or else wallow in self-pity - not an entirely healthy long-term option, I'm lead to believe).

A dear friend of mine found this DVD in the (highly) discounted box at a local music store and "bought it for the price of two Cokes", as she tells me she justified the expenditure to herself at the time (she's a reasonably fervent Alanis fan, but, a miser, much like myself). Anyway, discounted DVD prices aside, she left the DVD with me one day.

And, as for my much awaited critique – yes, everyone, ALANIS IS HUMAN ie Alanis DOES produce really "cringe-inducing" POOR, Embarrassing AND, in this case, ETHNOCENTRIC ART like the rest of us mortals do (at least, semi-regularly, right??!!).

This aside, the landscape presented in the photography of this Navajo region (that which is entirely sans Alanis, ie) is often, undoubtedly, completely awe-inspiring.

Viva, Alanis!


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