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ISBN:
0711959846
Author:
Kalen Rogers
Category:
Music
Language:
English
Publisher:
Omnibus Press (September 23, 1996)
Pages:
48 pages
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The Story of Alanis Morissette. Armed with a voice capable of sweet, breathless nothings and head-long howls of abandon, Alanis Morissette burst into the music scene in 1995 with her take-no-prisoners 'You Oughta Know' single. The 'Jagged Little Pill' album has since earned Alanis four Grammy Awards, has gone multi-platinum, and has topped the charts worldwide.

Book by Rogers, Kalen. I think the author portrayed the story of their lives very well and in ok detial

Book by Rogers, Kalen. I think the author portrayed the story of their lives very well and in ok detial.

Story of Alanis Morissette. Manufacturer: Omnibus Pr Release date: 1 May 1996 ISBN-10 : 0825615488 ISBN-13: 9780825615481.

The story behind the success, whose multiplatinum 1995 album Jagged Little Pill gained her 4 Grammy Awards and worldwide critical acclaim. Recently added by. Juniperiana, ganderlibrary, viachicago33, Drumlin, hailelib.

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Alanis is the eponymous debut studio album by Alanis Morissette, released only in Canada on April 6, 1991 by MCA Records Canada

Alanis is the eponymous debut studio album by Alanis Morissette, released only in Canada on April 6, 1991 by MCA Records Canada. Morissette recorded the album with Leslie Howe, who also produced her second album Now Is the Time (1992), and it was certified platinum. John Alexander, head of A&R for MCA Records Canada, first heard a demo tape from Morissette in 1983, when she was nine years old. He called it "very promising.

Meant as a tribute to his selfless and courageous mother, Kathryne Irene Marquis (nee Morlang), Rainbow Rocks tells the true story of the childhood of Kalen Wilfred Marquis, (nee Lonneberg), who grew up along the Pitt River in the Fraser Valley Region of British Columbia

Meant as a tribute to his selfless and courageous mother, Kathryne Irene Marquis (nee Morlang), Rainbow Rocks tells the true story of the childhood of Kalen Wilfred Marquis, (nee Lonneberg), who grew up along the Pitt River in the Fraser Valley Region of British Columbia. Too fanciful and child-oriented to be nonfiction and yet far too detailed to be children's fiction, this story is a work of creative nonfiction that is meant to chronicle, archive, thank, and inspire

О себе: Alanis Morissette

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The story behind the singer/songwriter Alanis Morisette. Her album "Jagged Little Pill" earned her four Grammy Awards.
  • Golden freddi
The early pages of the book seemed empty to me because the first two albums created when Alanis was young and distributing her music only in Canada were never released to the wide audience that were thrilled by Jagged Little Pill. Page 23 has a picture of songwriter/producer Glen Ballard at the 1996 Grammy Awards. There is no index or Table of Contents, but a section called Intellectual Intercourse starts on page 20. Alanis explained how working together with Glen Ballard blew their minds:

It was the most spiritual
experience either of us
ever had with music. The
whole thing was very accelerated
and stream of consciousness. (p. 20,
quoting a Rolling Stone Nov. 2, 1995 issue).

The movie The Dance of Genghis Cohen contains a line:

I died out there,

for the experience of a comedian who gets no response from an audience. Much of American culture operates at a level that is appropriate for a dying people. As Dorothy Parker said:

I'm so indecent, I should
be dead. All of my friends
are dead.

What is most familiar to us as wannabe performers is:

Pent-up reactions to what
life had so far offered her
before had only surfaced in
the form of anxiety attacks. (p. 23).
  • Wiliniett
This is a book of Alanis mostly for pictures. They are good quality, huge, and many are full color. However the writing is not that thorough. Really all you need to know is read the back of the book ten times, and you will have read the whole book. The writing is actually really sucky, and she covers her days on Nickelodeon in one paragraph. Here is that paragraph: Alanis landed herself a starring role on the Nickelodeon cable tv shoe "You Can't Do That On Television" at the ripe old age of ten. As she would years later tell "Rollingstone" magazine, "It was a good, stupid, sarcastic kind of show. Very obnoxious and very tongue in cheek." That is all she wrote. STUPID and BORING! Especially that part about being the "ripe old age of ten." It's an excellent picture bio though.
  • Ť.ħ.ê_Ĉ.õ.о.Ł
I liked this book a lot more than the others written about Alanis. The information is pretty basic, and most die-hard Alanis fans like me would already know most of the stuff. Still, it's a wonderful book and it's definitely worth owning