Posted by Kate Phizackerley on Sunday, July 19, 2009

One thing I love is sax solos. I've just put together a Squidoo lens on the greatest sax solos. Some Like Wesly McGoogan's emotive work on Will You I already knew, and the honking sex introduction to Night Boat to Cairo was one of the sound of my adolescence, but putting this list together I discovered a couple of new ones. Perhaps the greatest of these is Lily is Back by Candy Dulfer, on a track with Dave Stewart. I'm off out to by the CD when I am in London next week! I want to hear it played on proper hifi! And isn't that the point of having audio tracks on YouTube - that's a record sale that would never have happened if I hadn't been able to listen online first. Maybe two sales as I may also get Candy Dulfer's solo album Saxuality.


Geoff Carter said...

All the brass on 'Move on up' [12"!]by Marvin Gaye is transendental


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