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Separated at Birth 2009

Michael Lorenz By

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A few years ago I created Separated at Blue Note, a separated-at-birth salute to some of Blue Note's top artists.

This year, back by popular demand (okay, back by my demand): Separated at Birth 2009 - a collection of random jazz musicians and their "long lost siblings".

(I want to be clear that I have the highest possible respect for the people depicted here; they are gifted musicians and I love their music. And I'm not saying they actually look like their "twins" in real life; just in these photos... maybe!)

So without further ado...

Oscar Utterstrom

and...

Ted Allen Queer Eye for the Straight Guy




Jane Bunnett

and...

Kathryn Morris Cold Case




Bill Charlap

and...

Dylan Baker Spider-Man 2 & 3; Thirteen Days




Michael Buble

and...

Matt Dillon There's Something About Mary




Candy Dulfer

and...

Jane Krakowski 30 Rock




Dennis Mitcheltree

and...

Terry Kinney Oz




Diana Krall

and...

Ali Larter Heroes




John Scofield

and...

Robert Duvall




John Scofield

and...

Pete Townshend The Who




Daniel Smith

and...

Robert De Niro




That's all folks!


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