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Tori Amos - Tales of a Librarian

Artist:Tori Amos


Short Abstract:Tales of a Librarian is the first greatest hits compilation album by singer/songwriter Tori Amos. Released in 2003 on her former label Atlantic Records, Amos recorded it under the premise that a librarian is a "chronicler", piecing together the album and adding two new songs and two re-recorded b-sides: "Angels", "Snow Cherries from France", "Sweet Dreams", and "Mary", respectively Most of the album tracks have been remastered to preserve the original vision Amos had when they were mixed by others for release. Amos bypassed some of her more familiar hits such as "Pretty Good Year" and "Hey Jupiter" in favor of lesser-known songs such as "Way Down" and "Mr. Zebra", and also included the Armand van Helden remix of "Professional Widow" rather than the studio original. .


Length:1h 18min 39sec

Recorded:1990 – Summer 2003

Released:November 17th, 2003

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Labels:Atlantic Records

Types:Compilation

Genres:Alternative Rock

Producers:Tori Amos


Categories:2003 Albums · Album · Albums Produced By Eric Rosse · Greatest Hits Albums · Tori Amos Albums


Tori Amos - Tales of a Librarian

Tales of a Librarian is the first greatest hits compilation album by singer/songwriter Tori Amos.

Released in 2003 on her former label Atlantic Records, Amos recorded it under the premise that a librarian is a "chronicler", piecing together the album and adding two new songs and two re-recorded b-sides: "Angels", "Snow Cherries from France", "Sweet Dreams", and "Mary", respectively Most of the album tracks have been remastered to preserve the original vision Amos had when they were mixed by others for release.

Amos bypassed some of her more familiar hits such as "Pretty Good Year" and "Hey Jupiter" in favor of lesser-known songs such as "Way Down" and "Mr.

Zebra", and also included the Armand van Helden remix of "Professional Widow" rather than the studio original.

The songs are arranged in accordance with the Dewey Decimal System, extending the librarian theme of the album.

The album also features elaborate packaging, including a bonus DVD including a photo library and three live songs recorded at the sound check of the final show on the "On Scarlet's Walk Tour" in September 2003 .
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