The superb singer-songwriter shows us another side of her music in this two-disc set by revisiting some of her older tunes (including "For the Roses" and "Amelia") and more recent ones with the help of a 70-member orchestra and 20-voice choir. The added weight of the arrangements makes some of the tracks feel strained, but the overall effect is liberating and revealing.
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