In the late 60's and 70's, the saxophone solo took on
a total rebirth from the early days of rock-n-roll. It became
an intregal part of any song it was featured in —
often catapulting it to "Top 10" status.

presents an energetic collection of some of the best work
from these "sax" masters. You'll hear note for note:
• Bruce Springsteen's “Born To Run”
with Clarence Clemon's signature solo
• Phil Kenzie’s amazing tenor sax on Al Stewart’s
“Year of the Cat,” Poco's “Heart of the Night,”
and David Bowie's "Let's Dance"
• The Rolling Stones “Brown Sugar,”
with the trademark Bobby Keys growl
• Raphael Ravenscroft's masterful solo on
Gerry Rafferty's “Baker Street”
• The ethereal sounds of Pink Floyd,
complimented by Dick Parry --

and a host of others!



©2012, 2020 Breeze Music. All rights reserved. Created by Jato Design.