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Double Standards

Label: P3 Music
Released: 2008
Track listing: Triste; Bluesette; Young and Foolish; Drop Me Off At Harlem; Alfie; Jive at Five; Someone To Watch Over Me; Alice in Wonderland; Estate; When I Take My Sugar to Tea; I Fall in Love Too Easily; Just Friends.

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Martin Taylor: Double Standards

Read "Double Standards" reviewed by John Barron

In a career spanning more than thirty years, guitarist Martin Taylor has collaborated with a wide range of artists including Stephane Grappelli, Chet Atkins and Jeff Beck, as well as recording extensively under his own name. Double Standards finds the Scottish guitar virtuoso in a duo performance with none other than himself. By recording two separate ...

Double Standards: Volume One & Volume Two

Label: Kopasetic Productions
Released: 2007
Track listing: Volume One: Invitation; Long ago and far away; United; Out of Nowhere; Footprints; All of You; I'll remember April Volume Two: Solar; Body And Soul; Afro Blue; Soul Eyes; Old Folks; Nefertiti; Peace

Double Standards: Volume One & Volume Two

Read "Double Standards: Volume One & Volume Two" reviewed by Annika Westman

Double Standards Volume One & Volume Two Kopasetic Productions 2006 It's sometimes asserted that, when it comes to the best known standard tunes, every conceivable angle worth exploring has already been explored. With tunes like “Body And Soul" or “All Of You," for instance, what could possibly be ...

Double Standards

Label: Telarc Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: Dancing Barefoot; Kiko and the Lavender Moon; Call Me; Philadelphia; Just a Girl; Been Caught Stealing; Black Hole Sun; People Are Strange; Tattooed Love Boys; Alliance; Longview.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Lea Delaria: Double Standards

Read "Double Standards" reviewed by Marcia Hillman

Double Standards is Lea DeLaria's jazz approach to a selection of rock classics. She has chosen eleven diverse songs vocally to slip and slide around. The first track, Patti Smith's “Dancing Barefoot, features some lively moments during which she trades scatting solos with tenor saxophonist Seamus Blake. Blondie's “Call Me is translated with a blues feel ...

Double Standards

Label: Warner Bros. Records
Released: 2003


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