Unplugged (Remastered) Alanis Morissette
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- 1You Learn04:25
- 2Joining You05:09
- 3No Pressure Over Cappuccino04:39
- 4That I Would Be Good04:15
- 5Head Over Feet04:22
- 6Princes Familiar04:38
- 7I Was Hoping04:58
- 9These R The Thoughts03:30
- 10King Of Pain04:08
- 11You Oughta Know04:59
Info for Unplugged (Remastered)
A phenomenal '90s success story, Alanis Morissette caps off the decade with a recognized symbol that an artist has achieved enormous popularity - an MTV 'Unplugged' special and album. Her third Maverick album, Alanis 'Unplugged' follows the landmark Jagged Little Pill and 1998's Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie. Alanis 'Unplugged' finds the edge singer-songwriter baring the acoustic souls of hits such as 'You Oughta Know', 'Ironic', 'Hand In My Pocket' and 'Uninvited' in an intimate and powerful performance. Certified at Gold by the RIAA.
„Often, artists embrace Unplugged as an opportunity to stroll through their back catalog. Not Alanis Morissette. Instead of concentrating on the familiar (only four songs from Jagged Little Pill are here, and neither of its sequel's hits, 'Thank U' and 'So Pure,' are performed), Morissette uses Unplugged as a way to reintroduce Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie to an audience that largely ignored it the first time around. It's easy to see why Morissette is so intent on selling these songs. Although their meaning may be elusive at times, they're extremely personal songs, which benefit from the stripped-down arrangements and intimate surroundings. Even so, the songs require close, careful listening before they truly catch hold, and even then, they're often easier to admire than love. By closing the performance with the non-LP soundtrack contribution 'Uninvited,' Morissette unwittingly highlights the reason why Supposed failed to gain a large audience. Like much of that album, 'Uninvited is also heavy on mood and cryptic lyrics, but the song is blessed with an indelible melody and haunting atmosphere. Compared with that song, the Supposed tunes, plus the three previously unreleased songs (including 'No Pressure Over Cappucinio and 'Princess Familiar'), are all intriguing but never as compelling, largely because they demand that the listener meet them on their own terms. Here, they're a bit more accessible, but it makes Unplugged just slightly less elusive than Supposed itself.“ (Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG)
Alanis Morissette, vocals, guitar, harmonica, flute
Nick Lashley, guitar
Joel Shearer, guitar
Deron Johnson, keyboards, background vocals in 'King of Pain'
Chris Chaney, bass
Gary Novak, drums, percussion
Brad Dutz, percussion
David Campbell, musical arranger and viola
Suzie Katayama, cello and string arrangement for 'You Oughta Know'
Joul Derouin, violin
Laura Seaton, violin
Erik Friedlander, cello
Juliet Haffner, strings contractor
Recorded September 18, 1999 at MTV Unplugged at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, New York
Mixed by Chris Fogel
Produced by Alanis Morissette
Please Note: we do not offer the 192 kHz version of this album, because there is no considerable or audible difference to the 96 kHz version!
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