Track list: CD
• extraordinary machine
• get him back
• o' sailor
• better version of me
• tymps (the sick in the head song)
• parting gift
• oh well
• please please please
• red red red
• not about love
• waltz (better than fine)
Track list: DVD
• All 12 songs in Enhanced Stereo, plus...
• not about love - video
• extraordinary machine - live at Club Largo
• river, stay away from my door - live at Club Largo
• paper bag - live at Club Largo
• fast as you can - live at Club Largo
• you belong to me - live at Club Largo
• parting gift - live at The Jazz Bakery
In the week I have had this CD there has yet to pass a day when I haven't played it, and every time I listen the experience becomes more rewarding. Apple has crafted a superb product, and the use of acoustic instruments and orchestral backing suit the depth and timbre of her voice spectacularly well.
Apple has been recording and performing since 1996, and has had a limited although devoted following. With this album she has added depth and maturity that has resulted in her finest offering to date. I enjoyed her previous work, but this album is a standout.
If you enjoy Alanis Morisette, Tori Amos, Natalie Merchant and even Patti Smith you will find much to enjoy in this highly recommended album.
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