The May 5, 2005 (#358) issue of The Winnipeg Uptown (a weekly paper in Winnipeg Manitoba Canada) includes a review of The Beekeeper.
Thanks to Pippy for sending this to The Dent!
With The Beekeeper, Tori Amos has constructed a musical journey of 19 songs, a concept album of sorts that takes us through six different "gardens" where beautiful music grows. Taking a walk through the elixirs and herbs, there is the jazzy Sweet The Sting. "Elixir" is right - this song is intoxicatingly sexy and even arousing. Better get out of this part of the garden before you embarrass yourself. On to the orchard to try some more tasty tunes. Listen to Original Sinsuality. Lay back. Relax. Take it all in. Hey, eat an orange. Life is good. Time to explore the rock garden. This garden concept makes sense - the rock garden rocks. Hoochie Woman kicks it up a notch. It is another sexy track, this time your aroused and dancing. Confession of a metalhead: I like this album