|Studio album by Jim Diamond|
|Producer||Jim Diamond (track 6)
|Jim Diamond chronology|
Double Crossed was Jim Diamond's solo début album in 1985. The album featured Diamond's first three solo singles "I Should Have Known Better", "I Sleep Alone at Night" and "Remember I Love You". The album was dedicated to Diamond's father who had recently died. Diamond would later write "Hi Ho Silver" as a tribute song to his father. "Hi Ho Silver" was featured on Diamond's second solo album Desire For Freedom. The album was reissued on 23 March 2009 through Cherry Pop Records.
All tracks composed by Jim Diamond and Chris Parren; except where indicated
- "Double Crossed"
- "I Sleep Alone at Night"
- "After the Fire"
- "I Should Have Known Better" (Diamond, Graham Lyle)
- "Stumblin' Over"
- "Remember I Love You" (Diamond, Graham Lyle)
- "New Generation"
- "She is Woman"
- "I'm Yours"
- Jim Diamond - vocals
- Colin Pincott, Earl Slick - guitar
- John McKenzie - bass
- Chris Parren, Paul "Wix" Wickens - keyboards
- Simon Kirke - drums
- Martin Ditcham - percussion
- Dick Morrissey - saxophone on "Double Crossed", "After the Fire" and "She is Woman"
- Graham Lyle - acoustic guitar on "I Should Have Known Better"
- Pip Williams - additional guitar on "Stumblin' Over"
- Zoot Money - Hammond organ on "I'm Yours"
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