Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by PaulKTF, Feb 2, 2017.
Larry Williams' sax (at 4:10) on Sheila E's "The Glamorous Life":
Born to Run is great but I'm still most partial to Today I Met the Boy I'm Gonna Marry by Darlene Love:
The sax solo in "Year Of The Cat" should be on that list, but that's just my silly opinion.
Junior Walker should have been listed for one of his OWN records
I had to look it up. David Sanborn.
I'd forgotten that.
I thought of another Curry song, "Simplicity"; Mr. Sanborn again?
Angel Baby by Rosie and the Originals. Perfection starts at 1:43.
What about that wacky sax player on the Beatles' You Know My Name?
He sure was great on "Slave" by The Rolling Stones.
There are great sax parts by Ian McDonald and Mel Collins all throughout King Crimson's 60's and 70's discography. The Red album in particular is filled with great sax solos.
Paul Simon - Still Crazy After All These Years
I think Tina Turner had a good one in "Simply the best".
That of course is Brian Jones from The Stones.........
And Tom Scott's solo on the Carpenter's "All you get from love is a love song" is superb!
steve spooner on early dexy's singles
Springsteen/Clarence Clemons - Brothers under the Bridges
Michael Stanley Band/Clarence Clemons - He Cant Love You
I'd pick Bobby Keyes' solo on Ringo's (and George's) Photograph, I've yet to hear a bad solo by him..
Heart Of Rock And Roll (Huey Lewis & The News)
the two note masterpiece on 'shut down' by Beach Boy Mike Love
Does Baker Street sax really qualify as a solo or is it a repeated phrase?
M83 - Midnight City
Starts at 3:00
Listening to Chris Wood on Traffic's Blindman cover (actually the BBC version) and he's blazing. A very jazzy track from Traffic and an uncharacteristic to return to R&B roots from Steve.
steve mackay on funhouse and 1970 (the stooges)
I read the article and the whole thread.
What? There's no mention of Dire Straits 'Your Latest Trick'?
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