Alanis Morissette: Head Over Feet Trailer

Alanis Morissette: Head Over Feet Trailer (1997)

05 September 1997 Music 54 mins

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.

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