Alanis Morissettes Comeback: How to miss a miracle

Recently it was noticed musically, but as a relationship Counsellor: In the "Guardian" began to Alanis Morissette in 2016, a column was declared to be humorou

Alanis Morissettes Comeback: How to miss a miracle

Recently it was noticed musically, but as a relationship Counsellor: In the "Guardian" began to Alanis Morissette in 2016, a column was declared to be humorous as an "agony aunt" ("agony-aunt"), and a reader answered questions about marriage, sexuality and Cheating. Anyone who knows songs from her, of course, can claim that they have become much earlier to the therapist – one thinks, for example, of their ballad "That I Would Be Good": Which is a kind of musical vow to love yourself and to find, even if you should be fatter, or dumber, if you will be offended, or goes bankrupt.

Jan Wiele

editor in the features section.

F. A. Z.

it was a balm for the (American) teenage soul, twenty years ago, and even then there is still a million times like to RUB. And it is also a self-therapy a few years earlier, according to American standards, perhaps, hardly the age of majority, will suddenly become a Rockstar and mass idol to become a singer: her Album "Jagged Little Pill" (1995) sold more than thirty million Times, and who knows it not, at least the Singles (and music videos) for "You Oughta Know" "Hand in My Pocket" or "Ironic", heard in the nineties, probably no pop music.

The singer was not staged as a female figurehead of the Grunge-Rock, while the music wasn't so bulky. The texts, however, testified of rebellion, especially against patronizing men: "You took me out to wine dine, sixtynine me / But didn \ 't hear a damn word I said", she sang back in "I see Right Through You".

Updated Date: 31 July 2020, 09:20

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