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Sightings: More on Lisa Marie Presley

Updated Fri, Apr 18, 2003 - 4:05pm ET

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There are a lot of Tori sightings in articles about Lisa Marie Presley's debut album "To Whom It May Concern" due to the fact that Eric Rosse produced the album and Steve Caton and Matt Chamberlain played on it.

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I am getting a ton of sightings involving Lisa Marie Presley's debut album called "To Whom It May Concern". The main reason for this is the fact that the album's producer is Eric Rosse, who of course produced Tori's Little Earthquakes and Under The Pink. It is also interesting to note that Steve Caton and Matt Chamberlain also worked on Lisa's album! Steve worked with Tori in the studio and on tour during much of the 90's while Matt has been Tori's drummer since 1998. I will not list all the articles and reviews that have Tori-related content, but there are several. Here are some examples:

In the liner notes of 'To Whom It May Concern', Lisa thanks Eric Rosse by saying, "Eric Rosse...What can I say dude? You are a jewel and I adore you. Thank you so much for all of the hard work and dedication; you were the light at the end of the never-ending cavern. You are a truly beautiful spirit. Thank you." (Thanks Melanie.)

There is also an interview with Lisa Marie Presley in a recent issue of Rolling Stone Magazine where they state that one of her recent CD purchases was "the new Tori Amos", which must mean Scarlet's Walk. (Thanks Chris (pinkpeleboy).)

Erin O'Neill adds that there is an article on Lisa Marie Presley at where Eric Rosse is quoted at some point in the article.

Posted by: Mikewhy

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