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Caption and photos by Andy ArgyrakisAny place Tori Amos turns up becomes a scene of angelic enchantment, and considering the Chicago Theatre is acoustically flawless, it served as an absolutely ideal place to locally debut tunes from her 14th studio album, "Unrepentant Geraldines" (Mercury Classics). Besides sounding sublime performing new cuts, the alternative pop innovator showcased a more than 20-year career, kicking off the delicate evening with the pristine "Parasol," just one example of her charming vocal/piano interplay and engaging lyrics that continue to captivate.
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