Eric Rosse

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Eric Rosse

Eric Rosse is a record producer. He is best known for his work with singer Tori Amos, particularly production of her albums Little Earthquakes and Grammy nominated Under the Pink. He also produced Anna Nalick's album Wreck of the Day and Lisa Marie Presley's debut album To Whom It May Concern. During the making of Lisa Marie's album he also produced Kristy Thirsk's debut Souvenir. Rosse has worked with Two Loons for Tea and Colette Baron-Reid collaborating on her 2001 debut album. He produced two albums for Critters Buggin, Host and Bumpa. More recently he produced and mixed the first charting album by Sara Bareilles, Little Voice.

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