” We were writing a song called “No Avalon,” which is not on the album but it's a very powerful song. “'The more vulnerable and the more confused the song is, the equal and opposite effect is how I feel after having written it and the deeper I go admitting fear, admitting the confusion, the clearer I usually feel.”Musician Alanis Morissette was born June 1, 1974 in Ottawa, Canada.Both of her parents worked in education, and from an early age, Morissette showed an aptitude for music.
She says of that time period: '' Everything snowballing as it did was a lot to digest, and I really didn't have the energy or the clarity or the understanding or the handbook to do that.the Can’t Not or the Intellectual Intercourse tour. When a 19-year-old Canadian woman with a hell of a lot to say headed west from Toronto and found her voice. But the album’s story starts in a small studio in Encino, California, just after an earthquake, at the same time and place as the O. With interviews from Morissette, Ballard, Maverick’s Guy Oseary and more, we present the complete oral history of Alanis Morissette’s . Editor's note: all interviews have been edited for clarity. was co-written with Glen Ballard and has sold more than 33 million copies worldwide to date. T.'s staging of is produced by special arrangement with Vivek J. While the show, development of which was first announced in 2013, is believed to be eyeing an eventual Broadway bow, no official plans have been confirmed at this stage.The album won five Grammy Awards out of nine nominations, including Album of the Year, making Morissette the youngest artist in history to receive the honor at the time. The making-of: ‘I have zero regret about anything’* Morissette: I really was dying to go to Hollywood. Ballard: The first song was called “The Bottom Line” [which later became “All I Really Want”] and we recorded it, we wrote it and recorded it all that day and that became our pattern. She was a Much Music artist certainly, but it was MTV Awards, it was all of the video outlets, everything.