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"Sweet Dreams" is a B-side from Tori Amos's 1992 debut album Little Earthquakes.

"Sweet Dreams"
Tori-Amos Little-Earthquakes
B-side from Little Earthquakes

Released

March 1992 (UK)
November 1992 (US)

Length

Various lengths

Label

Atlantic Records, East West Records

Writer

Tori Amos

Producer

Davitt Sigerson (1992)
Tori Amos (2003)

Background Edit

"Sweet Dreams" was included on both a cassette Tori submitted for copyright in June 1990 and on the rejected original version of Little Earthquakes in December that year.[1] The song was released as the B-side to "Winter" in the United Kingdom and United States.[2]

Tori re-recorded "Sweet Dreams" for her greatest hits collection Tales of a Librarian in 2003.

Live performances Edit

"Sweet Dreams" was first performed during the 1994 Under the Pink Tour and has been played on many of Tori's tours since, both solo and with a band.[3] The song was performed by the character Isabel during the American Doll Posse World Tour in 2007.

Live performances of "Sweet Dreams" are included on Legs & Boots.

Lyrics Edit

Personnel Edit

Credits taken from the A Piano and Tales of a Librarian liner notes.

1992 Original Version

  • Vocals and piano — Tori Amos
  • Drums
  • Guitar
  • Bass
  • Recorded and mixed by John Beverly Jones
  • Produced by Davitt Sigerson

2003 Tales of a Librarian Version

  • Vocals and piano — Tori Amos
  • Drums — Matt Chamberlain
  • Bass — Jon Evans
  • Guitars — Mac Aladdin
  • Recorded and mixed by Mark Hawley and Marcel van Limbeek
  • Produced by Tori Amos

References Edit

  1. http://www.yessaid.com/timeline7.html
  2. http://toriamos.com/go/galleries/view/718/1/324/singles/index.html
  3. http://www.toriset.org/s.php?c=120&t=0

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