There is a small review of Tori's Welcome To Sunny Florida posted at Billboard.com. This review should also appear in the May 29, 2004 edition of Billboard Magazine. Thanks to Peter Zimmerman for alerting me to it.
You can read this review at Billboard.com or below:
Album Title: Welcome to Sunny Florida
Producer(s): Epic 55323
Release Date: May 18
Source: Billboard Magazine
Originally Reviewed: May 29, 2004
Tori Amos' first live concert DVD captures the last stop of her Scarlet's Walk tour at the Sound Advice Amphitheater in West Palm Beach, Fla., where she shares the stage with bassist John Evans and drummer Matt Chamberlain. The trio's performance and the stage production create intimate settings that enhance gentler material ("Your Cloud," "Cooling") but also give passionate crowd-pleasers ("Precious Things," "Cornflake Girl") room to breathe their fire. The backstage footage is very personal, showing the artist praying prior to showtime and rare shots of her daughter, Natasha; charming interviews with Amos' mother are also warm and informative. A six-track CD of unreleased material, "Scarlet's Hidden Treasures," is bundled with the DVD. Songs like "Ruby Through the Looking Glass" and "Seaside" will likely become new fan favorites. -- CLT