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Welcome to Sunny Florida (2004)

The DVD includes live footage (18 songs) from the final show of Tori's Scarlet's Walk tour, which took place on September 4, 2003 at the Sound Advice Theatre in West Palm Beach, FL.

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The DVD includes live footage (18 songs) from the final show of Tori's Scarlet's Walk tour, which took place on September 4, 2003 at the Sound Advice Theatre in West Palm Beach, FL.

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The word "fucker" was bleeped during the live performance of the song "Professional Widow", as well as the final "cock" of the same track (though the camera shot here makes it obvious what she is singing). Amos stated in an interview that this was to avoid getting a parental warning label (though in an interview segment on the DVD she says the word unbleeped.) See more »

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live piano rock from the queen of the keys
8 September 2005 | by See all my reviews

Tori Amos gives off heat for a few hours as she straddles her piano bench letting her fingers do some rather exceptional walking across the ivory field of her shiny Bossendorfer piano. There's likely to be a moment of initial head scratching while you ponder the absence of a guitar in during the concert, but Amos' talent on the piano and her distinctive, sultry vocals soon prove that sometimes less is way, way more. I'm not convinced the Tori Team gave it their best shot when it comes to camera work though. It seems as if in an attempt to not ruin the intimacy of the experience for the live audience, a little of the class had been sacrificed for the home viewer. With 18 tracks, both well known and obscure, performed on stage, there's definite value for money. Plus there's a free CD with it so what's no to love? The red-headed wailer does a good job keeping ears perked and eyes on the screen for the duration of the show.


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