but we could be surprised
- The question begs asking - Do you actually know the correct answer?
we need someone with song recognition software!
The correct answer is #3!
Is that a bootleg by the way?
The reason I know this is because I listened to everything by Kenny back in the day when I got started on the sax. He's probably easier to spot when he plays the soprano for most people as that sound is very.... well Kenny.
I think I agree with Spike on this - there is a few possibilities -
I don't think Ernie Watts is among them because he's got a pretty distinctiveness tonal quality...
Kirk Whalum played tenor and soprano with Bob James in the 1980s...one possibility
Sam Riney is another player to consider - played in a L.A. fusion band called Kittyhawk - Richard Elliott was a member at one time, Boney James could be...Gary Meek played with the Jeff Lorber Group like Mr. Gorelick...Brandon Fields with the Rippington tended to play alto alot - the problem which one is which?
P.S. After a bit of a think... #1 Sax Gordon? #3 Kenny G? #6 Jimmy Z (Zavala)?