We all know of horns in classical and jazz. What about in rock? Tell us your favorite rock/pop song with unforgetable horns.

 

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Chase. 'Handbags and Gladrags'.http://youtu.be/KF5oKHm2FAA

 

 

 

 

The Flock. 'I Am the Tall Tree'. The interplay between the violin and saxophone is simply beautiful.

http://youtu.be/4IkFBjV3Ol8

Blood, Sweat, and Tears. 'Lisa Listen to Me'.

http://youtu.be/5nJZTYn_q_w

Hell, if you're gonna talk about BST, you GOT to mention Lucretia McEvil!  The brass OWNS that song!

Yeah, I'm just trying to pick one song from each artists. I personally like 'High on a Mountain'. Or 'Mama Gets High', or '30,000 Headmen', 'And When I Die', could keep going. Not a bad song from them. The reason I chose 'Lisa Listen to Me' was because David Clayton-Thomas picked up his quitar and played on this one. Was one of the few times he played an instrument and sang on a song.

Phil Collins. 'Sussudio'. With the great Tower of Power horn section.

http://youtu.be/NncUcn71-Vo

Yay! Great song! I'm a fan of Phil Collins and Genesis - good stuff.

Couldn't do this without something from Chicago. 'Saturday in the Park'.

http://youtu.be/5ZRLyPL1-Rc

From Eddie and the Cruisers. Sung by John Cafferty and the Beaver Brown Band. 'On the Dark Side'. Great sax solo.

http://youtu.be/EWQ-6IAS1cc

Oh yeah - I remember this song.

Tim Cappello. 'I Still Believe'. Very dirty, nasty saxophone. Love it.http://youtu.be/PdaaGlyu7EQ

 

 

Good discussion Tony! Love them!

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