Your Favorite Horn Part?

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    Just because it’s Gilmour.
    But who knew ?
     
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    nice arrangements on this one

     
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    Keep The Customer Satisfied, Simon & Garfunkel. And Bruce Springsteen and the Sessions Band doing Love Of The Common People. Bit hit and miss if I can find it on UTube, the version live at The Point Dublin is brilliant.
     
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    One of my all time favorite (maybe number one) jazz tunes..Usually played on an alto but I like the tenor best..
     
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    Wow, great choices. So many. The one I'm loving a lot at the moment is Victor Goines' clarinet solo in Ice Cream from Wynton Marsalis and Eric Clapton Play the Blues - live at Lincoln Center.

    Victor's solo starts at around 2:36.
    Off topic, but the piano solo (Dan Nimmer) at 5:35 is also killer. Actually pretty much everything. :) I had the joy of seeing Marsalis's same band (alas, without Clapton) last year at Symphony Hall in Atlanta. They were fabulous.

     
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    I've really loved the placement and phrasing of flugelhorn in this track.

     
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    THE ABSOLUTE BEST.

     
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    How about Bruce Fowler's triple tracked trombones following Frank Zappa's guitar solo in "Revised Music for Guitar and Low Budget Orchestra"? Starts at 4:27, you may want to skip ahead as this track is probably too weird for most of you.

     
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    Lighthouse! It was a nice little period in music of that type. I think my first close degree of separation from fame, was playing with a trumpet player who had played in Chase (before Get It On). I was 17 and stupidly awed by myself.
     
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    Wow, great analysis, and thanks for the memory! Come Go With Me was the first record I ever bought. I was 8 years old, I think. My sister, who was a beautiful teenage girl of 17, drove me down to our local record store to buy it after I told her how much I loved listening to it on the radio. I subsequently wore that record out on her 45 rpm record changer. My sister's been gone a long time now, but I've been carrying that memory of being with her, and that sax solo, with me for 60 years. Great stuff!
     
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    The late great Bobby Keys - "Can't You Hear Me Knocking"
    (3 minute mark)
     
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    I'll see your "Take Five" and raise you one "Blue Rondo"...lol!
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