For the technology website, see The Industry Standard.
Industry Standard is a 1982 album by The Dregs. It is their only album featuring vocals (by Alex Ligertwood of Santana and Patrick Simmons of The Doobie Brothers on one track each) and garnered the group their fourth Grammy nomination. Ligertwood sang on "Crank It Up". Simmons sang on and co-wrote "Ridin' High".
All tracks are written by Steve Morse, except where noted.
"Assembly Line" - 4:25,
"Crank It Up" (Morse, The Dregs) - 3:35,
"Chips Ahoy" - 3:39,
"Bloodsucking Leeches" - 3:59,
"Up in the Air" - 2:27,
"Ridin' High" (Morse, Simmons) - 3:40,
"Where's Dixie?" - 3:57,
"Conversation Piece" - 6:12,
"Vitamin Q" - 5:33,
T Lavitz - Keyboards, Saxophone,
Rod Morgenstein - Drums,
Steve Morse - Banjo, Guitar,
Mark O'Connor - Violin,
Andy West - Bass, Bass (Electric),
Steve Howe duet with Steve Morse, 'Up in the Air' - Guitar,
Alex Ligertwood - "Crank It Up" - Vocals,
Patrick Simmons - "Ridin' High" - Vocals
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