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Café Saxophone Collaboration: "Elsie's Dogs"

Adrian63

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@randulo ; Nice man ; real nice. I dunno at first listen that Mike Post " Hill St. Blues " vibe comes across...how I loved that show.
Great playing by all ; thankyou.
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randulo

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@randulo ; Nice man ; real nice. I dunno at first listen that Mike Post " Hill St. Blues " vibe comes across...how I loved that show.
Thanks for the comment! I never saw the show, so I had to ask YouTube what the theme sounded like. I see what you mean, there's a vibe in the middle that is a bit similar. The song was written in the early 1990's, originally for guitar, and recorded in about 1994. It was never mixed, but BiaB was able to make a version of the backing, so we went with that.
 

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Nice track.

Never seen the greatest Cop show in American TV History??!! One for 'what's on TV' I think.. (Larry Carlton played on the theme tune)
 
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randulo

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Nice track.

Never seen the greatest Cop show in American TV History??!! One for 'what's on TV' I think.. (Larry Carlton played on the theme tune)
That's interesting, because the original title was "L.C.", Larry Carlton. However, I'm more of a NYPD Blue person. We didn't have a TV at all in the period Hill Street was on.
 

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That's interesting, because the original title was "L.C.", Larry Carlton. However, I'm more of a NYPD Blue person. We didn't have a TV at all in the period Hill Street was on.
Steven Bochco wrote Hill Street and NYPD Blue.

EDIT: And if you like Dennis Franz, he was in Hill Street too..
 
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Bochco got better on NYPD Blue, but we're far OT now ;)
 

Ivan

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I enlisted @Pete Effamy again for a full service session. This time, it's on a tune I wrote and recorded around 26 years ago called "Elsie". Pete and I worked out a backing track that left room for more saxophone, as the original was all guitar.
I don't have the original 24-track tapes.
:verysad

View: https://youtu.be/RoyiXHOC6Ac
Pete on fire... such a rich tone out of the alto
 
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