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Guitarist Martin Taylor Meets His Match!

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Martin Taylor
We all know that there are two sides to every story, but in the case of Martin Taylor's new video, both sides of the story bear a striking resemblance. The video (see below) to “Drop Me Off At Harlem," taken from his forthcoming album Double Standards features Martin performing a guitar duet with the only guitarist he could find that could match him in both style and texture... someone who could even wear the same shoes and glasses, and, who had exactly the same guitar. He won't tell us the name of this ultra-talented newcomer, but there is something very familiar about his face. The video is exclusively available on YouTube right now, so take a peek and let us know if you can identify the second guitarist!

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