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Rose Tait

Rose Tait is a London based Jazz singer and songwriter She started writing songs with musician Nigel Goulding in 2004 and they continue to collaborate. Rose writes both words and music whilst Nigel produces the songs, accompanies on the piano and records in his studio. Rose can also regularly be heard on the North London Jazz scene. Their collaboration has produced this debut album of 10 original songs by Rose Tait and 3 bonus tracks of Jazz standards. What They Say About Rose Rose's approach to Jazz is relaxed, natural and has the enviable trait of singing with her accompanist as if the two were one person

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Label: Self Produced
Released: 2011


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