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Rock & Pop Baritone in Rock

rhysonsax

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Depends what you think of as "rock".

I love this one chorus baritone solo in the middle of a Mac Rebennack record (later known as Dr John).

Bari solo starts at about 1:19 and is perfectly formed and performed.


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thomsax

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I like to play the riffing and pumping bari. The "walking bari".

No Morphine!?
I like Morphine and Dana Colley.. Very good. But that's not what I try to play.

Baritone in rock? This is the first one that sprang to mind.
Good but but I´m not clever enough to play bari like this.

Outro of 'Walk on the Wild Side', of course....
Also good but that's more a solo. I don't listen to Lou Reed anymore. Went to concert in Copenhagen back -74 or -75. Soo bad ..... He went on stage one hour delayed and just played for a short time.

Depends what you think of as "rock".
Rock is wide concept. A good sample of "Rock bari".
 

Jules

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This has some good baritone on- as well as being a cracking piece of music...
 
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thomsax

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Another good bari song. Purple Wall with Red Prysock on tenor and Zack Wright on bari. A song I use(d) to play along. Even and steady bari. Play the same thing with full baritonexsax tone. Some kind of call and response at the end.
View: https://youtu.be/CwtiDaeHl2M
 
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