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    Michael Bishop
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    Super-cool Sax solo! Big Tone, simple note choices, great articulation 🙂 This stuff is a blast to hear, can listen to it all day 🙂 That would have been great to see Little Richard perform live!

    #81928

    saxomonica
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    Yo @michael howz about that! Way cool. Love to have seen LR and Lee Allen meself.
    Letz get the DeLorean. Ya reckon??
    Groove under the sea party too. YO. With KC!! No Sunshine band. Great training. If ya know wot i mean?

    Hey do you mind me asking – just how do you get the You Tube vid to start on the time you require??
    Thanx mate.
    🙂

    Good clip here:
    This guy is good methinks. I like him. Actually – i love him. Groovy. Gave him a thumbs up. Stella.

    #81939

    Michael Bishop
    Participant

    @ Saxmonica In terms of setting the timer on a video–when you click the ‘share’ button, there should be a little box that appears that says ‘start at’ and it will show the timer on the video. Click on the little box and it’ll set the video from the time you want to share it. Yeah, that’s a great song for the Saxophone for sure 🙂

    #81943

    saxomonica
    Participant

    You beauty @michael – you are surrounded by good karma and #morays 🙂
    Thanks ever so much.

    @ItGrowsAsItGoes

    🙂

    #81979
    Johnny
    Johnny
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    ya that’s Lee Allen on Slippin’ & slidin’ For those who aren’t familiar….
    he was on most of Little Richards records that were recorded in the 50’s.
    he was also one of the main guys in Fats Dominoe’s band.
    he had quite a name because of his own records too, especially since one of his tune was played regularily on American Bandstand (Walkin With Mr Lee)
    Later he recorded with the Stray Cats, and The Blasters (who he joined as a regular member, I met him at this point which was around 1989-90)
    he also did a few shows with The Rolling Stones….he definately had one of the best early rock and roll sax sounds.

    #81980

    brother cavefish
    Participant

    lee allen has a sweet style , little richard is one of my favorites

    #81982

    brother cavefish
    Participant

    you can say that again , he was one of the kings of R and R sax

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