There is a review of Tales Of A Librarian posted to chartattack.com.
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Tales Of A Librarian (Atlantic/Warner)
The holiday season is the time when Best Of compilations start coming out left, right and centre in the category of Gifts For People You Donít Know Very Well. However, this particular collection from the divine Ms. Amos has been thoughtfully prepared and is actually essential for any Tori fan worth their salt. Amosís discography is well represented, and even though the impressive liner notes explain that the tracks have been "reconditioned," itís not a cause for concern. The songs havenít been messed up by overproduction and remixing (with the exception of the dance remix of "Professional Widow," which stands out like a sore thumb). In addition to tracks culled from previous albums, Amos includes two new tracks, "Angels" and "Snow Cherries From France," and two formerly rare B-sides, "Mary" and "Sweet Dreams." The accompanying DVD features live performances and a photo gallery. This collection will rival the mix tapes you or your Tori-obsessed friends have made over the years.
By Shannon Whibbs