Tori Amos found her voice in the early '90s, when she stripped away everything phony about the music of the time: Her solo debut, Little Earthquakes, was nothing but haunting pianos, a singular voice and lots of raw nerves. She's expanded her sound since then -- experimenting with new personae, dabbling in electronics, and so on -- but she's maintained her place as a unique and uncompromising performer. Amos' most recent album (not counting a holiday release, which followed a few months later) is titled Abnormally Attracted to Sin. Hear her perform a full concert from the Bonnaroo Music Festival in Manchester, Tenn.
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