Amos has still got it

Dressed in a silver sequined jump suit, Amos straddled both a grand piano and an electronic keyboard as she brought her songs to life with riveting precision.

By SHEERA CLAIRE FRENKEL
July 23, 2007 09:00
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The full scope of American singer/songwriter Tori Amos' career was on display Saturday night at the Ra'anana Amphitheater, as she enchanted thousands with her hits from the early '90s through to her recent hit release "American Doll Posse." Dressed in a silver sequined jump suit, Amos straddled both a grand piano and an electronic keyboard as she brought her songs to life with riveting precision. The crowd nearly overpowered Amos' vocals as they sang along to her early hits "Crucible" and "Wild horses." At times playing both instruments, in addition to singing all of the lyrics, Amos told the audience that she was proud to have stuck to her roots as a pianist. The show was Amos' final stop on her world tour. Next month she will begin to tour in Australia.

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