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Tori Amos

| February 22, 2011 | 0 Comments

You have to know what your theme is for each project and what it is that you’re whispering into people’s spines. I believe your spine responds to music in a way that it might not respond to visuals. That sound can reach inside you in a very primal way. I like to create these sonic resorts that people can walk into and never leave their chair. Then they can take it back into their own physical structure. Music is a mirror that lets the listener say, “I can be in the stillness in this two-bar phrase, so I can be in the stillness in my life.” And that might not seem like a lot, but this is how you expand the soul.

From Performing Songwriter Issue 97
November 2006

Category: In Their Own Words

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