SOME SAXES

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Last week we had a taste of some ‘foreign’ sax and it was well received, so I did a quick scan through my iTunes and came up with these. I know there’s many ‘giants’ missing and there’s some repetition but it was a quick selection from a lot of ‘favorites’ folders. Just a note re.the various types of sax, the most common ones used are the soprano, the alto, the tenor and the baritone, I’ll list who plays what on this playlist.

They’re all favorites and I can’t narrow ‘em down any further. As usual Woordpress is acting silly, this week they’re randomly inserting the word ‘amp’ into the titles, can’t get rid of it.

Sonny Stitt – Alto & Tenor.

Lester Young – Tenor

Benny Carter, Alto [and trumpet]

Coleman Hawkins – tenor

Lockjaw Davis – tenor

Charlie Parker – alto

Bechet- soprano

Zoot Sims – tenor

Don Byas – tenor

Paul Desmond – alto

Gerry Mulligan – baritone

Johnny Hodges – alto & soprano

Art Pepper – alto

Ben Webster – tenor

Cannonball – alto

Sonny Rollins – tenor

John Coltrane – tenor.

Blue And Sentimental Sonny Stitt
Blue Lester
Blue Lou [Version 1]
Body & Soul
Donna Lee
Really the blues Sidmney Bechet .
Softly As In A Morning Sunrise
All The Things You Are
Back Home Again In Indiana
Blues in Thirds
Blues In Time Paul Desmond & Gerry Mulligan
Body & Soul
Come Rain Or Come Shine
Day Dream – Johnny Hodges
Good Mornin’ Blues
I Got It Bad (And That Ain’t Good)
Night Rider. Stan Getz
Over The Rainbow Art Pepper
Pennies From Heaven
Stardust -Coleman Hawkins_Django
The Song Is You Cannonball
There Will Never Be Another You
Three little words – Sonny Rollins
Tonight I Shall Sleep (With A Smile On My Face)
You’re A Weaver Of Dreams

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