Less than six months after the release of her tenth studio album Abnormally Attracted to Sin, and right in the middle of a world tour, Tori Amos granted her fans in November 2009 with an eleventh studio release, Midwinter Graces,which is none other than a seasonal record, the first of her career. Surprising, considering she’s an artist –and a Methodist minister’s daughter – who often subversively criticized religious institutions and the one she was raised into in the first place?
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  • Midwinter Graces DVD interview transcript
    14 June 2011, by Cécile Desbrun