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“The responsibility was, how do you hold the energy of Audrie’s light flickering out, extinguished too soon and, yet, acknowledge that Daisy, although the light was flickering, she was able to find it and has become a phoenix out of the ashes?” Audrie & Daisy songwriter Tori Amos told The Hollywood Reporter of her songwriting process for the film during the Songwriter Oscar Roundtable.
Amos went on to discuss a time when she was encouraged to be different than her true self, sharing what happened when Little Earthquakes originally was rejected by her label, saying, “I had lost my way.” The record industry “was trying to look for something that had already happened. Tracy Chapman had already happened.”
More roundtables featuring actors and actresses, screenwriters, documentarians, directors, composers and producers will continue throughout February in print and online. Tune in to new episodes of Close Up With ‘The Hollywood Reporter’ starting Jan. 15 on Sundance TV, and look for clips at THR.com/topic/roundtables with full episodes on THR.com after broadcast.
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