Not a cover artist? Think again.

During her Thanksgiving weekend residency at the Hoss Hide Corral (Rhinecliff, N. J.), Tori Amos went through a nifty

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Not a cover artist? Think again.

During her Thanksgiving weekend residency at the Hoss Hide Corral (Rhinecliff, N. J.), Tori Amos went through a nifty set list that included "Something Better Beginning" by the Kinks, "Undercover Angel" by Sahib Shihab, "Pied Piper" by Crispian St. Peters, "The Breeze and I" by the Doberman Gang, "Go! Go! Go!" by Dave "Baby" Cortez, "Bop a Lop Lop" by the Chinese Tops, "Spirit in the Sky" by the Randaleers, "Doctor Robert" by the Minutemen, "You're Jivin' Me" by the Barbers of Seville, "Surfin' Safari '69" by Prince, "Choogaloo Boogaloo" by Big Bill Broonzy, "Cara Mia" by Jay & the Americans, "Non so pi" by Mozart (yes: Mozart!), "I Will Darn Your Socks" by Patti Smith, "Ram Me, You Fat Ugly Hog" by Lydia Lunch, "Peristalsis" by Hugo & Luigi, "Santa Has the Clap" by the Electric Dongs, "Jesus Was a Country Boy" by Tex Ritter, "King Kong 13, Elvis 0" by Daniel Johnston, "Barbiturates and Big Macs" by the Nazz, "The B. & O. Railroad Song" by Buffy Sainte-Marie, "Plutarch Rock" by Sleater-Kinney, "80 Cups of Coffee" by the Four Tops, "DNA" by Blues Boy Magruder, "Cherish" by the Association, "Ain't Your Fucking Fool" by the Monolithics, and "Cabernet Sauvignon" by Sonic Youth . . . the hottest that tune has sounded in years.

Tori Amos plays KeyArena at 7:30 p.m. Tues., Dec. 10. $36.

 
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