Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by CardinalFang, Oct 12, 2004.
"I'm Falling"- J Geils band on their Monkey Island album. Solo by Michael Brecker , I believe
"Oh Bondage Up Yours" has nifty honkin' sax as well.
Back to more mellow stuff, how about:
Jefferson Starship - Miracles
Van Morrison - Moondance (numerous other Van tunes would also qualify)
Did Al Stewart's Year of the Cat have a sax solo? I don't own a copy at the moment so I can't check...
Lee Ritenour-Space Glide..Ernie Watts on sax
More rock and roll!
"Look At Little Sister", Stevie Ray Vaughan.
"Tequila", The Champs
"Why Me?", Styx, from Cornerstone
Clash - Jimmy Jazz
In a similar vain, sort of...
Lydia Lunch - "Spooky"
Lounge Lizards - "Harlem Nocturn"
Classics IV - "Spooky"
Classics IV - "Stormy"
John Cafferty - "On The Darkside"
Crystals - Da Doo Ron Ron
You could find more from Phil Spector.
Nice picks. Still have the Hazel O'Connor on vinyl.
If we're going to back to the early 60's, let's drop back to about 1958 and include the Immortal King Curtis' sax solo on "Yakety-Yak" by the Coasters! Hard to believe King Curtis has been dead for 33 years already, victim of a stabbing!
"Listen To What The Man Said" -- McCartney with Wings
'Charlie Brown" -- The Coasters
Brecker Brother's East River
King Curtis' Whole Lotta Love
Climax Blues Band's Children Of The Night
Edgar Winter's White Trash's Competition
Marc Benno's Hall Street Jive
David Sanborn Band's Promise Me The Moon
Average White Band's Pickin'Up The Pieces (live at Montreux)
Roxy Music's Another Fine Edition Of You
Boz Scaggs' Running Blues
...and the ultimate sax solo, Steve Martin's King Tut as seen on SNL!
Oops.... Er..... I mean it was really a test to see who was paying attention and I didn't mix up my Dave Stuart duets. It was deliberate and I knew what I was doing all along.....Oh Sod it - OK so I goofed. Luckily no one spotted it
It should have read Dave Stuart & Candy Dulfer - Lily Was Here
Anyway I will add one more while I am here: -
Eurythmics - Right By Your Side. Not really a solo more a couple of honks but boy do they count!
"I'm Shakin'" by the Blasters off their debut album. Good dirty raunchy sax courtesy of Lee Allen and Steve Berlin.
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