Tori Amos’ new album, “Abnormally Attracted to Sin” , is being presented on a world tour. The tour started July 10 in Seattle, and will end in Australia on Nov. 24. There will be stops in Germany, Poland, France and Holland in between.
This album includes songs that make some strong statements. The song “Ophelia” is about being with someone who doesn’t respect you. The syncopation and changing meter keep you a little off balance, in keeping with the words of the song. “Strong Black Vine” addresses religious intolerance. Rhythms and dissonance bring out the tension inherent in conflict. Check out this new best-seller.
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