'If musical good taste is important to you, this is a must-have CD', writes Donald Bain, Jazz Musician and author of The 'Murder She Wrote' Mystery Novels. 'What is musical good taste? It's in the ear of the beholder, of course. It starts by selecting good tunes, ones with rich harmonic structure and meaningful lyrics, and not always familiar ones. You add provocative arrangements played by musicians who think as one. You put the songs in the hands of a singer for whom lyrics are important. And you pick the righ tempos, something too often overlooked by bandleaders. Voila! You end up with Double Exposure featuring the superb vocals of Sandy Gardner, who also plays bass on this CD as part of the trio, SCORE, with arrangements by and the tasty piano of her husband, Chuck Gardner, and drummer Tony Yohe.' 'Sandy Gardner is her own person, her own singer, and while weaving vocal magic, she's also laying down solid bass lines. It's called musical talent. It's called musical good taste. Speaking of good taste, Chuck Gardner is a musical gem. His improvised solos on this CD are so logical and meaty, they could end up mini-arrangements on their own, a talent shared by a select few jazz pianists.' SCORE plays '...the way piano-bass-drums trios ought to play...with Sandy laying down a solid bass line behind Chuck's inventive choruses, including some lovely locked-hands work, and Tony Yohe's crisp, simpatico drumming.', Don adds. The CD features guest artist, Mike Bennett, an icon in Kansas City jazz circles, who plays trumpet and flugle horn on two of the cuts. 'Musical good taste. It's evident on every cut of this CD, and our ears and souls are better for it.'