Percussion, Marimba – Matt Chamberlain
Arranged By [Strings] – John Philip ShenaleConductor – David FirmanOrchestra – The Sinfonia Of London Orchestra
Guitar – Willy PorterSteel Guitar [Pedal Steel] – Al Perkins
Guitar – Stewart Boyle
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Mandolin – Steve Caton
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From the Choirgirl Hotel is the fourth studio album by American singer and songwriter Tori Amos, released on May 5, 1998. A departure from her previous albums, it was more a heavily produced project featuring elements of electronic music and a full rock band sound instead of Amos's usual minimalist piano sound. The album debuted at number 5 on the Billboard 200 and number 6 in the UK. While falling short of the number 2 debut for her previous album, Boys for Pele 1996, From the Choirgirl Hotel is. From the Choirgirl Hotel is the fourth solo studio album by American singer-songwriter Tori Amos. It was released on May 4, 1998 in the United Kingdom by East West Records and on May 5, 1998 by Atlantic Records in the United States. The album was largely inspired by a miscarriage Amos experienced in December 1996 and her engagement to partner Mark Hawley in early 1997. From the Choirgirl Hotel. Tori Amos. Released May 5, 1998. From the Choirgirl Hotel Tracklist. Spark Lyrics. Producers Tori Amos. Writers Tori Amos. Artwork Michael Nash Associates. Assistant Mastering Engineer Rob van Tuin. Исполнитель: Tori Amos. 1998 pop. From The Choirgirl Hotel Hotel Met 'em in a Hotel Met 'em in a Hotel Beneath ground Tell me that hes missing Tell me this is one for Lollipop Gestapo You were wild Where are you now You were wild Where are you now I have to learn to let you crash down I have to learn to let you crash down. I have to learn to let you crash Met 'em in a Hotel Met 'em in a Hotel You say hes the biggest thing Therell be this year I guess that what Im seeking I guess that what Im seeking Isnt here Met him in a Hotel Met him in a guess world Guessesd anyone but you You were. My favorite Tori Amos album to date finds Tori experimenting for the first time with a band. On all her previous efforts, Amos recorded herself and the piano or harpsicord first, and add other musicians' instrumentations later. The album continues to show the songstress challenging herself and her listeners, penning intense songs largely centered around a miscarriage that she suffered though not all of the songs touch on the subject. From the Choirgirl hotel has all of that, plus an atmosphere that makes you feel you are sneaking into a completely different world. Its claustrophobic, submarine, dark, and fascinating. Shortly before she began work on From the Choirgirl Hotel, Tori Amos suffered a miscarriage. While she was recording the album, she married her long-term boyfriend. As expected, both events cryptically wind their way into the album, which arguably has Amos' most personal lyrics since Little Earthquakes. The surprise is, From the Choirgirl Hotel is considerably more accessible than its immediate predecessor, Boys for Pele. Listen free to Tori Amos From the Choirgirl Hotel Spark, Cruel and more. 12 tracks 54:04. Tori has opened up her sound by working live with a full band, bringing a. 50 видео Воспроизвести все Take It Easy RockYouTube Music. Tori Amos - From The Choirgirl Hotel - EPK - Продолжительность. To make something clear, Tori Amos is, and always will be, an idol of mine, so it can be said that there would be a bit of bias from my perspective when it comes to reviewing an album of hers, nevertheless, From The Choirgirl Hotel is obviously one of her best works, and arguably the most accessible. Amos herself has said this album is the most personal and my favourite of all my works and it is for good reason. Dare I say, its not perfect, but it is about as close as an album is going to come in my lifetime. Dare i say it, there are no similar albums. On From the Choirgirl Hotel, Amos comes clean with the rock & roll thats always driven her, from as far back as when she stormed out of her rehearsal room at the Peabody Conservatory. Whereas 1994s Under the Pink and 1996s Boys for Pele strove to extend Amos voice-and-piano foundation into different areas - R&B and dance - From the Choirgirl Hotel closes up shop and starts over with a live-band recording. Throughout the album, Amos throws herself and her various keyboards into bass-drum-guitar ensembles augmented by percussion loops and string sections