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Jazz CD - "Watch What Happens" by Tazina Frank

Tazina in concert

Watch What Happens

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"Tazina in concert Watch What Happens" is Tazina's first jazz album that was recorded live in 2001 at Tasmania's Conservatorium Of Music Recital Hall, Hobart, Australia, with:

Kelly Ottaway on piano

Alistair Dobson on saxophone

Michael Nikkerud on double bass

Paul Parnell on drums.


It consists of well known jazz standards and ballads plus one of her own songs "The Sublime", a sexy rhumba that fits perfectly with the other songs on the album.  Being a live recording, applause can be heard between some songs.  

Initially only available as a physical CD, the album is now available digitally. 

1.   Watch What Happens

2.    Summertime

3.    Misty

4.    Moonlight In Vermont

5.    My Funny Valentine

6.    The Sublime

7.    But Beautiful

8.    Night And Day

9.    Autumn Leaves

10.  Cry Me A River

11.  Our Love Is Here To Stay

12.  All The Way

13.  What A Wonderful World

Jazz CD - "Pieces of Dreams" by Tazina Frank


Pieces of Dreams

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"Pieces of Dreams" is Tazina's second jazz album recorded in 2018 in Hastings, UK.  It is a studio recording with just her voice and Mike Hatchard on piano.  

After her live album "Tazina in concert Watch What Happens" with a four-piece band, Tazina wanted to record a more intimate and gentle album.  This is a collection of jazz and contemporary ballads:


1.    I Didn't Know What Time It Was

2.    The Very Thought Of You 

3.    Pieces Of Dreams

4.    All Of Me

5.    Comes Love

6.    Almost Blue

7.    These Foolish Things

8.    Both Sides Now

9.    Don't Let The Sun Catch You Crying

10.  You Are So Beautiful

Who Are You

Acoustic Original Single - Who Are You

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"Who Are You" is Tazina's latest recording, released in 2022. It is a chant-like war protest song that she wrote in support of Ukraine.


It’s short. It’s direct. It’s powerful. It challenges the invaders with questions about their right to invade.  It contains an acoustic guitar, a drum heart-beat, and Tazina's voice that expands into a multi-layered choir-like effect building to a crescendo at the end.

It is her first self-recorded and produced song.

Tazina Frank - Vocals, guitar, drum

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