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Re: Favorite Sax solo on a Stones song
Posted by: liddas ()
Date: December 10, 2020 16:27

Sax in Stones context is spelt Bobby Keys.

No argument.

Among the many highlights, Virginia and Casino Boogie are my fav. Absolute perfection.



C

Re: Favorite Sax solo on a Stones song
Posted by: winter ()
Date: December 11, 2020 05:55

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DandelionPowderman
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winter
Slave

Honorable mentions to:

Coming Down Again -Around 3:55, there are 2 sax parts breezily playing back and forth to each other. It's only for about 20 seconds, but I've always enjoyed that section and thought it was cool they let Bobby have 2 overdubs.

Rip This Joint

CYHMK coda (obviously, lol!)

Isn't it Jim Horn on the other sax?

Hey Dandy, it could be! I just assumed Horn was all trumpet, but he indeed could have done the other sax. Actually, it would be cooler if he did, imagining them laying it down together back and forth, vs. Keys just overdubbing over himself.

Re: Favorite Sax solo on a Stones song
Posted by: RisingStone ()
Date: December 11, 2020 07:21

Let It Loose...if those horn arrangements are allowed to be counted as ‘solo’. So moving.

Re: Favorite Sax solo on a Stones song
Date: December 11, 2020 10:37

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winter
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DandelionPowderman
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winter
Slave

Honorable mentions to:

Coming Down Again -Around 3:55, there are 2 sax parts breezily playing back and forth to each other. It's only for about 20 seconds, but I've always enjoyed that section and thought it was cool they let Bobby have 2 overdubs.

Rip This Joint

CYHMK coda (obviously, lol!)

Isn't it Jim Horn on the other sax?

Hey Dandy, it could be! I just assumed Horn was all trumpet, but he indeed could have done the other sax. Actually, it would be cooler if he did, imagining them laying it down together back and forth, vs. Keys just overdubbing over himself.

From timeisonourside.com:

Drums: Charlie Watts
Bass: Mick Taylor
Electric guitars: Keith Richards
Lead vocal: Keith Richards
Harmony vocal: Mick Jagger
Backing vocals: Mick Jagger & Keith Richards
Piano: Nicky Hopkins
Saxophones: Bobby Keys & Jim Horn
Percussion: Pascal

Re: Favorite Sax solo on a Stones song
Posted by: ryanpow ()
Date: December 11, 2020 22:22

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liddas
Sax in Stones context is spelt Bobby Keys.

No argument.

Among the many highlights, Virginia and Casino Boogie are my fav. Absolute perfection.



C

don't forget Live With Me... That may be my favorite thing he did on a recording.

Re: Favorite Sax solo on a Stones song
Posted by: ryanpow ()
Date: December 11, 2020 22:26

The best one for me is Mel Collins in Miss You. The sound and feeling of it are just perfect.



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Re: Favorite Sax solo on a Stones song
Posted by: mosthigh ()
Date: December 11, 2020 22:35

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Chris Fountain
Favorite sex solo in a Stones song ..... that'd be more interesting

Best Stones Song to have Sax to?

I prefer group sax to solo sax.

Re: Favorite Sax solo on a Stones song
Date: December 11, 2020 22:43

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ryanpow
The best one for me is Mel Collins in Miss You. The sound and feeling of it are just perfect.

Yeah, one of the best indeed.

Re: Favorite Sax solo on a Stones song
Posted by: glimmertwin1 ()
Date: December 12, 2020 01:03

Miss you is great for sure.

Re: Favorite Sax solo on a Stones song
Posted by: Stoneage ()
Date: December 12, 2020 01:29

Ernie Watts. On any song from the US tour 1981. Imagine Hampton without Ernie...

Re: Favorite Sax solo on a Stones song
Posted by: Hairball ()
Date: December 12, 2020 02:48

Veering a bit off topic, I was thinking of the great sax solo in the Foreigner tune Urgent, and just now read on wiki it was played by the one and only Junior Walker!
Never really been a fan of Foreigner whatsoever, but that sax solo is truly a standout sizzler.

Not much of a a fan of Bruce and the E Street Band either, but no doubt those signature solos from the late Clarence Clemons were massive, unique, and fit the tunes perfectly.

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