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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by micpoc, Mar 15, 2019.
Now for something quite different!
A long time favorite of mine...
Trumpets always get me going.
I'll go with Chicago too, but with this track (although skip the first minutes faffing about):
Also, when the horns come in after about 5 mins on this from Rory Gallagher:
Or, not really a horn part … just fantastic horn riffs throughout ... but this from Buddy Rich:
Anything from the Memphis Horns (all the Stax recordings). Also stuff from Maceo Parker with James Brown or from his solo recordings (check out Life on Planet Groove). There are many more but I'll leave it here for now.
Bob Seger Turn the Page. We went to his concert last week and I had never realized how much horns were used in a lot of his songs. Great show!
I don’t the difference between a French Horn and a Gazoo.
It’s my fav.
At 3:58 mark.
Midnight Oil had some great horn parts. Skip to 4.40 for the horn ending (or listen to the whole thing cos it's great).
there you go.
Lots of songs by Cake have good horn parts
Oh this one:
specials ghost town...oh yeah one of my faves...and many more by them
i also like...goin down by the monkees
mighty mighty bosstones has many also...kinder words..at 1:06 you get a taste...but at 1:15 you hear the horn...what a cool riff that is! its only 4 seconds long and really doesnt repeat
madness..one step beyond
These are great... all over the place!
Here's another one I really like: Jon Hassel's work on Talking Heads' Remain In Light, particularly this track, with his harmonized punctuation... and I am not even a big trumpet fan...
lately its been this one...lol. The Horns during the chorus (especially the 2nd chorus and on) just suck me right in (nothing fancy but it just works).....it's what drew me to the song in the first place...
Why only if you were a kid again?
I took up the sax at age 57.
And now I am starting to approach mediocrity in terms of ability, but it’s always lots of fun.
Baris are pretty expensive, but you can get a decent used Yamaha tenor for not all that much.
Oh it just has to be the Texas Longhorns Bevo trying to stuff a horn up the Georgia Bulldogs keyster,,lol
Best player ever. When he taught, he'd demonstrate playing with various places on his mouth. Most players have enough trouble getting one right.
Simple, but effective. On a hi-fi recording, you can hear the air moving.
I love the sax so, The Big Man...
....and the Stones featuring Mel Collins...
....and Pete Christlieb with Steely Dan!
I played about 70 gigs in 1967-1968 as a high school senior. Nine piece soul top 40 cover band. Here's a few favorites from the old masters:
Check out the bari in this one:
Maybe the best from Otis Redding
Hot one from Motown
Can't leave out the Joe Tex band. Check out the crush roll at the end of the intro
I vote for everything The BAND did with horns...
Them Changes....Buddy Miles Express