CD reissue. 2005's Beekeeper probably is her first attempt at trying musically diverse songs. On "Sweet The Sting," there's a wonderful loungy touch to the song and the melodious title keeps repeating in your head after that. The collaboration with Damien Rice on "Power Of The Orange Knickers" may yield some strange results but the fusion of their voices on the track is harmoniously seamless and creates a pleasant surprise. Her songwriting is incredible and many of the songs on this album are beautiful. The album ends with "Toast," full of references not only to time, but to Easter, rising, and art. Tori did an excellent job at keeping the integrity throughout this album, and an equally impressive job at keeping the listeners attention for the duration.
CD reissue. 2005's Beekeeper probably is her first attempt at trying musically diverse songs. On "Sweet The Sting," there's a wonderful loungy touch to the song and the melodious title keeps repeating in your head after that. The collaboration with Damien Rice on "Power Of The Orange Knickers" may yield some strange results but the fusion of their voices on the track is harmoniously seamless and creates a pleasant surprise. Her songwriting is incredible and many of the songs on this album are beautiful. The album ends with "Toast," full of references not only to time, but to Easter, rising, and art. Tori did an excellent job at keeping the integrity throughout this album, and an equally impressive job at keeping the listeners attention for the duration.
8718627232132

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Format: CD
Label: MUSIC ON CD
Rel. Date: 08/28/2020
UPC: 8718627232132

Beekeeper (Hol)
Artist: Tori Amos
Format: CD
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CD reissue. 2005's Beekeeper probably is her first attempt at trying musically diverse songs. On "Sweet The Sting," there's a wonderful loungy touch to the song and the melodious title keeps repeating in your head after that. The collaboration with Damien Rice on "Power Of The Orange Knickers" may yield some strange results but the fusion of their voices on the track is harmoniously seamless and creates a pleasant surprise. Her songwriting is incredible and many of the songs on this album are beautiful. The album ends with "Toast," full of references not only to time, but to Easter, rising, and art. Tori did an excellent job at keeping the integrity throughout this album, and an equally impressive job at keeping the listeners attention for the duration.