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Little Earthquakes Tour
Glasgow, Scotland (Glas)
Tuesday, April 7, 1992
City Hall

Dent Review:  

Note: Data is very sporadic for this tour. Setlist may be incomplete or out of order.

Audience Recording

Tori Amos April 7, 1992, Glasgow, Scotland

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Tori Amos
April 7, 1992
Glasgow, Scotland
at City Hall

Source: Cassette from the collection of Wally Breese, labeled as "Dat Rec. - 1st analog gen. Dolby-Off."

Transfer: JVC KD-W5 > Realistic 31-2020 10-band stereo equalizer (tape hiss lowered by lowering 8KHz) > Marantz Stereo Receiver SR940
> Line Out/In > CoolEdit Pro (append track, amplification, hard limiting, vocal presence boost, fade in/out amplification) > CDWave (wav splitter) > Wavs > Trader's Little Helper > FLACs

Comments: Tori had a cold and the speaking parts were very quiet. I boosted the amplification on those and Me and A Gun. This results
in some extra hiss and jumps in volume, but I thought that was better than having no chance at figuring out what she says when she speaks
to the audience. The audio is similar to other 1992 recordings, with wild up/down spikes in volume, but it's also slightly echoey, maybe
due to the venue acoustics. See notes below regarding date confirmation.

01. intro
02. Here. In My Head
03. Crucify
04. Silent All These Years
05. Precious Things
06. Happy Phantom
07. Me and A Gun
08. Winter
09. Tear in Your Hand
10. Leather
11. Little Earthquakes
-Encore 1:
12: intro ("I need chicken soup.")
13. Smells Like Teen Spirit
14. Upside Down
15. China
-Encore 2:
16. intro
17. Angie
18. A Case of You

Notes: This show is remarkable due to the fact that it completely vanished off the official list of Tori tour dates. Originally the Little
Earthquakes t-shirt listed April 7 as Glasgow and April 8 as Edinburgh. Later versions of the shirt changed this to Edinbugh April 7 and
omitted Glasgow completely. When I started going through the box of Wally's tapes and found this tape of April 7 Glasgow, I discovered the
discrepancy. Tori's website, the All These Years bio and the Collectibles book all list just April 7 Edinburgh. It appears there was an April 1
date in Southampton originally scheduled (it's on the very first version of the LE t-shirt and Lori found a flyer for it) that may have been
canceled so it's possible that Tori's people just got confused as to which shows in April happened and which didn't. At any rate, I emailed
the Glasgow City Hall and while their records don't go back that far, one employee who still works there had worked this show and confirmed
it occurred. I also found a blog post from a guy who had been to Tori's 1992 Edinburgh shows in February, April and a free show done for a radio
station in June, so I knew there had been an April Edinburgh show. Just recently - on April 7, 2019 - Queen's Hall in Edinburgh posted an "on this
date" Tweet about Tori's show. Thankfully, a guy named Iain responded with a scan of his ticket from Queen's Hall that shows it was April 8.
I also then emailed Queen's Hall to see if they had any reason to believe their show happened a different date than the ticket stub showed, but
they just thanked me for sending them info on the correct date and said they'd update their archives. (Maybe they used Tori's list when creating
their archive of show dates?) I did some additional Googling and found an online archive of The List, a Scottish entertainment publication that
had a late March edition listing both shows: April 7 in Glasgow and April 8 in Edinburgh ( I've
included screen shots of the LE t-shirt, the 4/8 ticket scan, and The List advertisements.