A young Buenos Aires mother and sex worker suffers the hypocrisy of the laws that are supposed to protect her, in this compelling, profoundly political drama about the dismal choices foisted upon vulnerable women.
MTV Unplugged is the first live album by Canadian singer-songwriter Alanis Morissette, released by Maverick Records in the United States on November 9, 1999 (see 1999 in music). It comprises songs performed by Morissette on the television program MTV Unplugged. Twelve tracks were included on the album, but Morissette performed several others, including "Baba", "Thank U" (both from 1998's Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie) and "Your House" (the hidden track on 1995's Jagged Little Pill), during her Unplugged concert. These were later released as B-sides on the "King of Pain" single release. The first single, "That I Would Be Good", was moderately successful, and two other tracks, "King of Pain" (a cover of the song by The Police) and "You Learn" were released as singles outside North America. As of March 2012, the album has sold 673,000 copies in the U.S.
The Guardian Angel Tour is the concert tour by Canadian-American musical legend Alanis Morissette and support act Mario 'MC Souleye' Treadway (Husband) Alanis was also supported by Athlete (British Indie-Rock Band) in her last remaining UK shows London, Nottingham and Liverpool 2012. The tour promoted her August 2012 album Havoc and Bright Lights. The tour will be from June to December 2012 and it took place in Europe, North America and South America, including the countries of United Kingdom, France, Switzerland, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Czech Republic, Italy, Brazil and Israel.
The Feast On Scraps DVD offers a 2002 concert - essentially a live "greatest hits" performance, and behind-the-scenes footgage Alanis describes as "a conceptual scrapbook filled with snapshots of my experiences over the past two years. From writing/recording and producing Under Rug Swept and Feast On Scraps, a show in Rotterdam and other cities around the world."
DVD-5 Video Dolby Digital 2.0 NTSC 4:3 Regioncode ALL Total Running Time: 104 minutes Alanis Morisette vocals, harp, guitar Nick Lashley guitar Gary Nowak drums Chris Chaney bass Deron Johnson keyboards Joel Shearer guitar Baba - Would Not Come - Joining You - Hand In My Pocket - Are You Still Mad - Sympathetic Character - Perfect - You Learn - Forgiven - Mary Jane - So Pure - All I Really Want - You Oughta Know - Uninvited - Thank U - Ironic - Wake Up - Not The Doctor recorded live at Budokan, Tokyo, Japan April 25, 1999
Alanis Morissette is one of the most successful female artists and songwriters of all time and has sold in excess of 60 million albums worldwide. Her voice is instantly recognisable and she is a consummate live performer. On 2 July 2012 Alanis Morissette returned to Montreux as part of her Guardian Angel Tour in support of her new album Havoc And Bright Lights . It was her third appearance at the festival. The set showcased a number of tracks from the new album (at that point still to be released) alongside classic tracks from across her career. This is Alanis Morissette live at her very best. TRACKLIST 1) I Remain 2) Woman Down 3) All I Really Want 4) You Learn 5) Guardian 6) Flinch 7) Forgiven 8) Hands Clean 9) I Remain 10) Citizen Of The Planet 11) Ironic 12) Havoc 13) Head Over Feet 14) Versions Of Violence 15) I Remain 16) You Oughta Know 17) Numb 18) Hand In My Pocket 19) Uninvited 20) Thank U
Live in the Navajo Nation is an Alanis Morissette DVD/VHS released in 2002 (see 2002 in music). It is part of the Music in High Places series.
If you're not familiar with the Storytellers program, it where VH1 gets well-known recording artists into an intimate setting with some of their biggest fans for a live performance. In between the songs the artists give a little insight to how the song came to be and field questions from the crowd. Alanis Morissette however, is uncomfortable with this format, but she's the first to tell you about it. She thinks she speaks a lot through her music. Alanis does give a little info on seven of her best known tracks. If I told you what she said there would be no reason for you to buy it. The performance takes place at the peak of Alanis' career, so all of her hits are included; "Hand in My Pocket", "You Learn", "Thank U", "Unsent", You Oughta Know", That I Would Be Good, and "Still".
Explosive and energetic, Alanis Morissette pulls in the audience on this episode of HDNet Concerts Presents with hints of hard rock, gentle folk, electronic beats and free flowing Eastern melodies.
Alanis Morissette is one of the most successful female artists and songwriters of all time and has sold in excess of 60 million albums worldwide. Her voice is instantly recognisable and she is a consummate live performer. On 2 July 2012 Alanis Morissette returned to Montreux as part of her Guardian Angel Tour in support of her new album "Havoc And Bright Lights". It was her third appearance at the festival. The set showcased a number of tracks from the new album (at that point still to be released) alongside classic tracks from across her career. This is Alanis Morissette live at her very best
Explosive and energetic, Alanis Morissette pulls in the audience on this episode of HDNet Concerts Presents with hints of hard rock, gentle folk, electronic beats and free flowing Eastern melodies. The set includes quintessential hits about loving and letting go from the seven-time Grammy winner’s days as a confessional rock phenomenon: “All I Really Want,” “Hands Clean,” “Thank U” and “Uninvited.” The singer/songwriter also introduces fans to her latest and most adventurous album, So-Called Chaos, with songs including “Eight Easy Steps,” and “Excuses,” among others. The honest, unadulterated performance reflects Morissette’s move away from her days as a rancorous 90’s rocker, and into the mode of mature musician ready to experiment with her strengths. Morissette’s enduring introspection, continual evolution and evocative stage presence shine in this performance.
Alanis Morissette performance on Woodstock '99 festival on East Stage.
Canadian pop star Alanis Morrisette managed to turn her success as a singing and dancing child performer into a critically-acclaimed solo career. Reinventing herself in the 1990's as a loud, strong, and angry woman, Morrissette became an international chart topper. This video documentary chronicles her 18-month world tour in support of her hugely successful album, "jagged little pill." It includes concert footage of each song on the album, backstage footage, and personal interviews with the artist. Highlights include montage-style treatments of hits "You Oughta Know," "Head Over Feet" and "Your House."
A phenomenal '90s success story, Alanis Morissette capped off the decade as a recognised artist that had achieved enormous popularity. Alanis "Unplugged" for a memorable show in London, England that features acoustic versions of hits such as "You Oughta Know", "Ironic", "Hand In My Pocket" and "Uninvited" in what was an intimate and powerful performance.
The Junkie Tour (also known as Dhanyavad Tour) is the second concert tour by Canadian American recording artist, Alanis Morissette. The tour promoted her fourth studio album, Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie. Beginning October, the tour played over 100 shows in the Americas, Europe, Asia, Oceania and Africa. Recorded in Teatro Monumental, Santago de Chile, November 25, 1999.