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    Michael Bishop
    Michael Bishop
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    Hey Johnny,
    Really enjoyed your tutorial of Born to Run. I’m not working on that right now, but I couldn’t help myself to see the other Sax Goodies 🙂 I also love this Sax Solo by Clarence Clemons on Bruce’s song ‘Ramrod’ 🙂

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    Johnny
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    the solo really reminds me of some old 50’s tune but can’t quite put my finger on it…probably just their influences coming thru.
    ya Born to Run solo is a great example of how to use the major pentatonic blues scale.
    the other day I realized that I had spent so much time putting that together but didn’t even do the full song just the solo so now I’m gonna be finishing it…it’s really a masterful piece, should be fun.

    #80124
    Michael Bishop
    Michael Bishop
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    Oh man, that sounds awesome 🙂 I think some of the best songs for Saxophone instrumentals are the ones that already have a Sax solo in it, like Born to Run. Another one I love is Billy Joel’s song ‘Still Rock and Roll to Me’ has a great solo that uses simple notes too 🙂

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