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Jeff Coffin's YouTube Clinics

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Try going to you tube and searching for Jeff Coffin & Vandoren- there are three mini-sax lessons from the strangely bearded Mr Coffin himself. There's some good stuff and he's a pretty inspiring guy.. well worth a looksee.
 
He's one of my great's is Mr Coffin, i just found a new player that i truly love at the momment and that's Keith Mckelley and he's playing sound clip's on Theo Wanne's mp site,he's playing the Sexy Wanne mp.Sound's cool.
 
He's one of my great's is Mr Coffin, i just found a new player that i truly love at the momment and that's Keith Mckelley and he's playing sound clip's on Theo Wanne's mp site,he's playing the Sexy Wanne mp.Sound's cool.
I'm a James Carter man at the mo- amazing player- a sort of direct descendant of Roland Kirk. playing with both huge respect for the past and totally out there at the same time....
 
I'm a James Carter man at the mo- amazing player- a sort of direct descendant of Roland Kirk. playing with both huge respect for the past and totally out there at the same time....
He is a stellar player and has got every angle of playing style's there is and also got the David Murry trick's going on ,very clever player indeed.I love Josh Redman who also pay's attention to the past and presenet and is so explosive when he blow's and very,very bluesy .:mrcool
 

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