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December 28, 2001

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Richard Handal informed me that Tori given the Best Concert of 2001 honor by Richard Harrington in the December 28, 2001 edition of the Washington Post. (Richard got this information from a posting to a mailing list by Toriphile Elisabeth.)

Best Concert: Tori Amos at Constitution Hall, Oct. 7. Somehow, Maryland-bred Amos brought her "Strange Little Girls" concept album to mesmerizing life. That's the project where Amos gave female voices to songs by an assortment of male writers. Sometimes she radically recast them, as with Eminem's nasty piece of work, "97 Bonnie and Clyde," retold from the dying victim's point of view. This evening, she also served up a career retrospective with elegiac readings of such early songs as "Icicle" and "Crucify," old piano bar standards like Elton John's "Daniel" and the still harrowing rape chronicle, "Me and a Gun."

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