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Tori Amos: Fade to Red (2006)

Collection of music videos from the era 1992-2005

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Tori Amos, Loren Haynes

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Tori Amos
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Tori Amos ... Herself (archive footage)
Adrien Brody ... Tori's lover (archive footage)
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Collection of music videos from the era 1992-2005

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USA

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English

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Dolby

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Contains all the videos of the VHS video-collection 1992-1998 as well as six new additions, knowing: 'Professional Widow', 'Bliss', '1,000 Oceans', 'A Sorta Fairytale', 'Sleeps with Butterflies' and 'Sweet the Sting'. Does not contain the videos for: 'The Big Picture', 'Glory of the 80s', 'Strange Little Girl' and 'Mary'. See more »

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Edited from Tori Amos: Cornflake Girl - US Version (1994) See more »

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A pretty strong set of videos if your a fan of the music
6 September 2016 | by runamokprodsSee all my reviews

One's reaction to this will completely depend on your reaction to Amos' music. I find her songs lyrically rich and musically powerful, so I really enjoyed this collection of 21 videos. The videos themselves are not generally as inventive and cinematic as those for, say, Peter Gabriel, and indeed often seem less powerful or emotional than the songs they are visualizing. None-the- less, I had enough of what I call 'shiver moments' – where image and music fuse in just the right way that I can feel a palpable physical reaction – that my overall reaction to the set was positive.

I also really enjoyed Amos' commentary. She was very articulate about what the videos meant to her thematically, and in a number of cases I found myself appreciating the videos far more after hearing her explanations. Of course one can see that in a weakness in any art form – we shouldn't have to have them explained – but who cares if the ultimate effect is strong?

Certainly the video for '1000 Oceans' took on an entirely new meaning for me after hearing the background to the concept, and went from being 'interesting' to extraordinarily moving.


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