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Tori Amos

Crossover Prog


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Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, released in 1992

Songs / Tracks Listing


1. China (5:01)
2. Sugar (4:27)
3. Flying Dutchman (6:31)
4. Humpty Dumpty (2:52)

Total Time 18:51

Line-up / Musicians


- Tori Amos / Piano, Vocals
- Mathew Seilgman / bass
- Chris Hughes / drums
- David Rhodes / guitar
- David Lord / string arrangements
- Stuart Gordon / violin
- Will Gregory / oboe

Releases information

Released January 20, 1982 by EastWest Records in UK and Atlantic Records in US

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