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Neil Sedaka

Discussion in 'Great Players' started by Kingsleyhk, Apr 14, 2012.

  1. Kingsleyhk

    Kingsleyhk Senior Member

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    Just found an mp3 of what was my favorite song when I was about 12 - Neil Sedaka's I go ape. It has a great sax solo and I wonder if anyone knows who? It's not listed in John Laughter's excellent book as far as I can tell from a Word search.

    This video will give you an idea - but whether that's the original player I have no way of knowing:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YLxdOHClcuM

    I'm pretty sure the sax player over the end credits is Stan Getz - obviously slumming!