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Standards is the tenth studio album by British soul and R&B singer-songwriter Seal. The album was released on 10 November 2017 by Decca Records and Virgin EMI Records. With the release of 7, Seal ended his recording contract with Warner Bros.
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In retrospect, the album contains many lovely performances from O'Connor and, despite its old-fashioned arrangements, is not without its surprises. ELO leader Jeff Lynne is perhaps thought of more as a producer than a singer, so the fact that he crooned a set of standards may raise an eyebrow. Unlike so many re-interpreters of standards, he dustbins the big bands, instead blending his signature harmonies and aural strings to the compressed sound of old-fashioned radio. That's the difference with Long Wave: it's about the experience of listening to an old record, not the song itself.