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THE HISTORY OF TOP 40 SAXOPHONE SOLOS 1955-2005 Rock & Roll Saxophone-foreword by Scott Page, was published in 1989.

Contemporary Saxophone-foreword by Ernie Watts and preface Jay Davidson, was published in 1992 followed by the 2nd edition of Rock & Roll Saxophone in 1996. Over the years I have received many questions about the players whose solos were heard on the Top 40 "Pop" music hits. Many of the solos inspired students of all ages to pick up the sax and join a band. In the 50s/60S it may have been King Curtis, Boots Randolph, Lee Allen, Ace Cannon or Junior Walker. In more recent years Marc Russo, Dave Koz, Kenny G, Kirk Whalum, Ernie Watts, Candy Dulfer or Gerald Albright. In addition, many UK artists led the inspiration overseas. The list continues to grow. Many of the hits featured sax players who never received credit, either on L.P. covers, CD liner notes or history books. The following list represents a long overdue salute to these musicians. A CD set (323 pages in MS Word) with bios/photos and 17 music tracks can be purchased by contacting John Laughter @ JSAXL@aol.com The New Sound The year was 1955. The new Top 40 hits of Fats Domino, The El Dorados, Billy Vaughn, Bill Haley and the Comets, and Pat Boone were filling the airwaves and jukeboxes across the globe. Teenagers were tuning in and dancing to the new beat. In 1956, Little Richard, Johnny Dankworth, The Dells, Ken MacIntosh, The Cadillacs, The Five Satins, Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers, and Bill Doggett also joined in and were recording the new Top 40 hits. It was an exciting time for many teenagers. International popular music was about to change forever and one unique sound that was common to many hit records was the versatile styles of the saxophone. Who were the musicians who inspired many of us to learn to play the sax during the 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s? Where are they today? Unfortunately, for many years in the world of pop music most

session musicians were never given credit on the LP covers or CD liner notes. In some cases, had it not been for the studio musicians, the record might not have become a hit for the singer. Even in some recordings that used the singers own band, credit was not always given to those who made it happen. In most historical documents there is room for error and misinformation. I have used Internet resources, email responses, and various books to confirm as many dates, names, and songs as possible. However, as I concluded the research and prepared this book to be published, I knew that an updated edition would follow in the future as more songs, names, and corrections surface. If you have additional information to add to the future editions, please contact me at JSAXL@aol.com and I will add your updates to the text. I hope we will one day have a complete and comprehensive account of these musicians. The majority of the listed hits contain an obvious solo. However, a few of the hits have a dominant sax line in the background but no solo per se. According to the contributors the background sax line was a vital part of the song so it was added. Lets take a trip and go back in time. Do you remember that song and solo that inspired you to pick up the saxophone? To order the 2 CD set with bios/photos (378 pages); THE HISTORY OF TOP 40 SAXOPHONE SOLOS 1955-2005 By John Laughter and Steve D. Marshall Preface/Foreword by Plas Johnson, Dave Woodford and U.K.s Snake Davis Contact John Laughter - JSAXL@aol.com for mailing information. Two CD set with text (378 pages) in MS Word and a 17 track guest artists music CD-photos and bios-$10.00 plus postage. Postage: U.S. $1.00 CANADA $1.00* U.K. $1.60 *

GUEST ARTISTS-Alphabetical Order

A very special thanks to the following artists for contributing their talent and CD tracks. 1. Joey Arminio & The Family- American Outlaw 2. Andy Brush-Simply Simpo 3-4. Ed Calle-Strut and Smood Dude from his CD titled Twilight on Concord Records, PO Box 845, Concord, Ca 94522 5. Timmy Capppello-Wiggle 6. Dan Cipriano-Beneath Sullivan Street 7. Andrew Clark- Cut Off from his CD titled Jaywalking on Papasax Records, PO Box 5484, Bradford, Ma 01835 8. Chris Snake Davis-Youre The One from his CD titled Snakebites on Skin Records via Ruth Hopkins, 27 Mayfield Rd, Halesowen, West Midlands, B62 9QW, UK. 9-10. Sax Gordon-Hubcap Pete and Have Horn Will Travel from his CD titled Have Horn Will Travel on Bullseye Blues & Jazz/ Rounder Records, One Camp Street, Cambridge, Mass. 02140 11. Joe McGlohon-(co-written by Steve Bassett)-Reggae Gone Shuffle 12. Jack Prybylski-Mandalay Bay from his CD titled Soho Strut 13-14. Tom Timko-Breakfast At Nats and Barnacle Bill from his CD titled Tom Timko And The Horn Dogs on Ratamacue Records, PO Box 279, West Long Branch, NJ 07764 15-16. Chris Vadala-Out Of The Shadows and Club Contrafact from his CD titled Out Of The Shadows on Usroots Records, Canada 17. Don Wise-Blue Shoes from his CD titled Genuine Snake via Wamco Productions, PO Box 2772, Knoxville, Tn 37901

POSITION

SONG

SAX PLAYER

INSTR.

UK chart position is shown as () for duplicate hits in US and in the UK. 1955 #1 (7)AINT THAT A SHAME-PAT BOONE ? TENOR

I could not confirm the names of the recording session players for Pat Boone. His agent indicated that Mr. Boone recalled the name Justin Tubbs as being the sax soloist. However, according to a web site by Don Rose; His (Joe Daley) career has been diverse: he was one of the brothers in a Woody Herman Herd of 1950-51, and worked with the Maynard Ferguson and Nelson Riddle bands. He also played tenor in the studio band that backed Pat Boone for most of his recording sessions during the 1950s. Another name that was given to me is Justin Gordon. Gordon also appears on the Billy Vaughn hits. The Bear Family Records collection credits the following sax players for Boones sessions which include all of his Top 40 hits; JOHN ROTELLA, WILBUR SCHWARTZ, PAUL HORN, JOE KRETCHER, JULIAN C. MATLOCK, RYLAND WESTON, JOSEPH KRECHTER, HAROLD HUGH EHRMANN, HUBERT MAXWELL MYERS, JULIAN "MATTY" MATLOCK, JUSTIN GORDON, BILLY VAUGHN, BENNY CARTER, GENE CIPRIANO,MAHLON CLARK, JEWELL L. GRANT, DAVE PELL and JOHN JOHNSON. http://ubl.artistdirect.com/store/artist/album/0,,303601,00.html #10 AINT THAT A SHAME-FATS DOMINO (per session notes) WENDELL DUCONGE ALTO HERB HARDESTY (solo) TENOR (R&B) ALL BY MYSELF-FATS DOMINO HERB HARDESTY TENOR

#1 #7

AT MY FRONT DOOR-PAT BOONE ? TENOR DAVE PELL is credited per http://www.lumaelectronic.cz/lp/b/Boonep/boone_patsgreat.htm (I sent an email to Mr. Pell asking him to review the list and to confirm which hits he is featured playing the solo. Although he said he would review the list, he never replied.) #17 #17 #9 AT MY FRONT DOOR-EL DORADOS BIRTH OF THE BOOGIEBILL HALEY AND HIS COMETS RED HOLLOWAY (solo) TENOR MCKINLEY EASTON BARITONE JOEY DAMBROSIA TENOR

BURN THAT CANDLEBILL HALEY AND HIS COMETS RUDY POMPILLI TENOR (JOEY DAMBROSIA left BILL HALEY 9/55 to form the Jodimars.

ROCK-A-BEATIN BOOGIE was the first session for RUDY.) #11 #11 #25 DADDY-O-THE FONTANE SISTERS DIM, DIM THE LIGHTSBILL HALEY AND HIS COMETS ? JOEY DAMBROSIA TENOR TENOR

DONT GET ANGRY-NAPPY BROWN BUDD JOHNSON TENOR L.P. credits AL SEARS, SAM TAYLOR, KING CURTIS (tenor saxophone); BUDD JOHNSON (baritone saxophone). Per Stuart Colman-Budd Johnson takes the solo on Don't Get Angry by Nappy Brown #12 #19 FORGET ME NOT-KALIN TWINS ? TENOR

GEE WHITTAKERS-PAT BOONE ? (SOLO) TENOR DAVE PELL is credited per http://www.lumaelectronic.cz/lp/b/Boonep/boone_patsgreat.htm ? BARITONE HEARTS OF STONE-THE CHARMS HEARTS OF STONE-THE FONTANE SISTERS KO KO MO (I LOVE YOU SO)-PERRY COMO (14) MAMBO ROCKBILL HALEY AND HIS COMETS MELODY OF LOVE-BILLY VAUGHN MELODY OF LOVE-DAVID CARROLL MELODY OF LOVE-FOUR ACES MELODY OF LOVE-INKSPOTS (R&B) POOR ME-FATS DOMINO RAZZLE-DAZZLEBILL HALEY AND HIS COMETS ROCK-A-BEATIN BOOGIEBILL HALEY AND HIS COMETS ? ? TENOR TENOR

#15 #1 #2 #18 #2 #8 #3 10 #1 #15 #23

MITCHEL AYRES ORCHESTRA TENOR with SAX SECTION JOEY DAMBROSIA JUSTIN GORDON HOWARD DAVIS ? ? LEE ALLEN JOEY DAMBROSIA RUDY POMPILLI TENOR ALTO ALTO ALTO ALTO TENOR TENOR TENOR

#13 #3 4

ROCK LOVE-THE FONTANE SISTERS SEVENTEEN-THE FONTANE SISTERS SHAKE, RATTLE AND ROLLBILL HALEY AND HIS COMETS Originally recorded in 1954. THE GREAT PRETENDER-THE PLATTERS THE KENTUCKIAN SONG-THE HILLTOPPERS TWO HOUND DOGSBILL HALEY AND HIS COMETS TWEEDLEE DEE-LAVERN BAKER

? ? JOEY DAMBROSIA PLAS JOHNSON ? JOEY DAMBROSIA SAM THE MAN TAYLOR

TENOR TENOR TENOR TENOR ALTO TENOR TENOR TENOR

#1 #20 #15 #14 #1

(1) (WERE GONNA) ROCK AROUND THE CLOCKBILL HALEY AND HIS COMETS JOEY DAMBROSIA Originally recorded in 1954.

1956 #28 APRIL IN PARIS-COUNT BASIE CD CREDITSMARSHALL ROYAL-ALTO FRANK WESS-ALTO and TENOR FRANK FOSTER-TENOR CHARLIE FOWLKES-BARI (#2) A TEAR FELL-TERESA BREWER CHAINS OF LOVE-PAT BOONE ? ? SAX SECTION

#5 #10

ALTO ALTO w/ VOCAL

#17 CONFIDENTIAL-SONNY KNIGHT intro followed by SAX SECTION. #14 EDDIE MY LOVE-TEEN QUEENS (per Plas Johnson)

PLAS JOHNSON (solo) TENOR PLAS JOHNSON JEWELL GRANT JACKIE KELSO (?) ? TENOR BARITONE ALTO SAX SECTION

#11

EDDIE MY LOVE-THE FONTANE SISTERS

EXPERIMENTS WITH MICEJOHNNY DANKWORTH

JOHNNY DANKWORTH PETE WARNER

ALTO TENOR SAX SECTION

#24 #2

FEVER-LITTLE WILLIE JOHN RAY FELDER and RUFUS NOSE GORE (R&B) (29) HONEY CHILEFATS DOMINO BUDDY HAGANS

TENOR TENOR TENOR TENOR TENOR SAX SECTION

#2 #22 #13 #3

HONKY TONK (PARTS 1 & 2)BILL DOGGETT I CANT LOVE YOU ENOUGHLAVERN BAKER I WANT YOU TO BE MY GIRLFRANKIE LYMON & THE TEENAGERS (12) IM IN LOVE AGAIN-FATS DOMINO

CLIFFORD SCOTT SAM THE MAN TAYLOR JIMMY WRIGHT LEE ALLEN ?

#38 IM IN LOVE AGAIN-THE FONTANE SISTERS w/ TENOR SOLO #24 #13 #20 #6 #8 IN THE STILL OF THE NIGHTFIVE SATINS IT ISNT RIGHT-THE PLATTERS LET THE GOOD TIMES ROLLSHIRLEY AND LEE LONG TALL SALLY-LITTLE RICHARD (18) LONG TALL SALLY-PAT BOONE

VINNY MAZZETTA PLAS JOHNSON LEE ALLEN LEE ALLEN (solo) ALVIN RED TYLER ?

TENOR TENOR TENOR TENOR BARITONE TENOR

#19

MY BLUE HEAVEN-FATS DOMINO per session notes: CLARENCE FORD (as), LEE ALLEN, BUDDY HAGANS (ts) HERB HARDESTY (solo per HH) TENOR

#1(R&B) OH WHAT A NIGHT-THE DELLS LUCIUS LITTLE WASH WASHINGTON (solo) TENOR with MCKINLEY EASTON on BARITONE

#8 #25 #17 #16

(R&B) READY TEDDY-LITTLE RICHARD (4) RIP IT UPBILL HALEY AND HIS COMETS RIP IT UP-LITTLE RICHARD R-O-C-KBILL HALEY AND HIS COMETS

LEE ALLEN RUDY POMPILLI LEE ALLEN (solo) ALVIN RED TYLER RUDY POMPILLI

TENOR TENOR TENOR BARITONE TENOR TENOR TENOR

13 & 23 (SAME YEAR) ROCK WITH THE CAVEMANTOMMY STEELE RONNIE SCOTT 3 #34 ROCKIN THRU THE RYEBILL HALEY AND HIS COMETS RUDY POMPILLI

(30) RUDYS ROCKBILL HALEY AND HIS COMETS RUDY POMPILLI TENOR Pompilii is the correct spelling, but Bill thought it looked odd and would appear more professional if it was changed to Pompilli. Quoted from Bill Haley by John Swenson(c) 1982 W.H. Allen (7) SEE YOU LATER, ALLIGATORBILL HALEY AND HIS COMETS SEVEN DAYS-THE CREW CUTS DAVID CARROLL ORCHESTRA SAX SECTION (R&B) (15) SHES GOT IT-LITTLE RICHARD ? TENOR RUDY POMPILLI TENOR

#6 #18 ? #9

Hi John, According to the discographical information given in the box set The Specialty Sessions, She's Got It (Sp 584) was cut with the Upsetters in Los Angeles on September 6, 1956, with Wilbert Smith, Grady Gaines and Clifford Burks (tenor) and Jewell Grant (baritone). Best wishes, Michael Robinson, North Perth, Western Australia #12 SINCE I MET YOU BABYIVORY JOE HUNTER

SAM THE MAN TAYLOR

ALTO

#33

SLIPPIN AND SLIDINLITTLE RICHARD SLOW WALK SLOW WALK-BILL DOGGETT (R&B) SO LONG-FATS DOMINO SPEEDOO-CADILLACS STRANDED IN THE JUNGLETHE CADETS (R&B) (9) THE GIRL CANT HELP ITLITTLE RICHARD (5) THE SAINTS ROCK N ROLLBILL HALEY AND HIS COMETS TUTTI-FRUTTI-LITTLE RICHARD

LEE ALLEN (solo) ALVIN RED TYLER SIL AUSTIN CLIFFORD SCOTT WENDELL DUCONGE JESSE POWELL PLAS JOHNSON LEE ALLEN RUDY POMPILLI

TENOR BARITONE TENOR TENOR ALTO BARITONE TENOR TENOR TENOR

#17 #26 #4 #17 #15 #7 #18 #17 #12

LEE ALLEN (solo) TENOR ALVIN RED TYLER BARITONE TENOR

TUTTI FRUTTI-PAT BOONE ? DAVE PELL is credited per http://www.lumaelectronic.cz/lp/b/Boonep/boone_patsgreat.htm

#14 #33 #6

WHEN MY DREAMBOAT COME HOME-FATS DOMINO LEE ALLEN TENOR HERB HARDESTY (solo) TENOR WHEN YOU DANCE-TURBANS BIG AL SEARS (?) TENOR

(1) WHY DO FOOLS FALL IN LOVEFRANKIE LYMON & THE TEENAGERS JIMMY WRIGHT TENOR However, according to http://koti.mbnet.fi/wdd/buddylucas.htm, Buddy Lucas worked regularly as a session musician (on tenor saxophone or harmonica) from the early 1950s until the mid 1960s. Besides the recordings above, he appeared on various others, including labels such as Jubilee, RCA/Groove, Gone/End, Roulette/Gee, and Swan/Lawn, and smash hits such as Why Do Fools Fall In Love by The Teenagers (1956), Maybe by The Chantels (1957), and Tears On My Pillow by Little Anthony & the Imperials (1958). WHY DO FOOLS FALL IN LOVE-

#12

THE DIAMONDS

HERB HARDESTY

TENOR

1957

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AINT THAT A SHAME-FATS DOMINO (per session notes) WENDELL DUCONGE ALTO HERB HARDESTY (solo) TENOR (7) APRIL LOVE-PAT BOONE (R&B) (2) BABY FACELITTLE RICHARD LEE ALLEN ? ALTO TENOR

#1 #12 #5 #14 #12 #4

(23)BLUE MONDAY-FATS DOMINO HERB HARDESTY (per HH) BARITONE BONY MORONIE-LARRY WILLIAMS C.C. RIDER-CHUCK WILLIS PLAS JOHNSON GENE DADDY G BARGE TENOR TENOR

COME GO WITH ME-THE DELL-VIKINGS GENE UPSHAW TENOR The Del Vikings recorded Come Go With Me backed by the groups own band including Joe Lopes and Gene Upshaw on sax. It was released late in 1956. Fee Bee was just too small a label to handle the sales, so it was leased it to Dot, which put it out in early 1957. The record exploded onto the scene and remained on the charts for 31 weeks, reaching number four on the pop chart and number three on the R&B chart. COOL SHAKE-THE DEL-VIKINGS Carl Stevens and his Orchestra (1) DIANA-PAUL ANKA DONT KNOCK THE ROCKBILL HALEY AND HIS COMETS ? ? RUDY POMPILLI ? ? TENOR ALTO TENOR ALTO & TENOR TENOR

#12 #1 40 #5

HAPPY, HAPPY, HAPPY BIRTHDAY BABYTUNE WEAVERS (FRANK PAUL ORCHESTRA) HES MINE-THE PLATTERS

#16

PLAS JOHNSON

#? #4

HIGH SCHOOL DANCELARRY WILLIAMS

JESSE JAMES JONES

TENOR

IM WALKING-FATS DOMINO per session notes LEE ALLEN (ts) HERB HARDESTY (ts)-HARDESTY plays solo per internet interview with Fats Domino and Dave Bartholomew. TENOR #17 #27 (19) IM WALKING-RICKY NELSON PLAS JOHNSON TENOR ALTO

IM WAITING FOR YOU-PAT BOONE JUSTIN GORDON DAVE PELL is credited per http://www.lumaelectronic.cz/lp/b/Boonep/boone_patsgreat.htm ITS YOU I LOVE-FATS DOMINO I WANT YOU TO KNOW-FATS DOMINO JENNY, JENNY-LITTLE RICHARD JIM DANDY-LAVERN BAKER

#6 #32 #10 #17 #21

LEE ALLEN (solo) TENOR HERB HARDESTY TENOR LEE ALLEN (solo) TENOR HERB HARDESTY TENOR LEE ALLEN (solo) TENOR ALVIN RED TYLER BARITONE SAM THE MAN TAYLOR TENOR

JUNE NIGHTJIMMY DORSEY ORCHESTRA-recorded 5 days after Jimmys death. DICK STABILE ALTO #29 JUST BECAUSE-LLOYD PRICE ? SAX SECTION

#8 (21) KEEP A KNOCKIN-LITTLE RICHARD GRADY GAINES (solo) TENOR w/ sax section CLIFFORD BURKS (ts), WILBERT SMITH a/k/a LEE DIAMOND (ts) 9 #1 LONG TALL SALLY-LITTLE RICHARD LEE ALLEN (solo) ALVIN RED TYLER TENOR BARITONE

LOVE LETTERS IN THE SAND-PAT BOONE ? DAVE PELL is credited per http://www.lumaelectronic.cz/lp/b/Boonep/boone_patsgreat.htm (10) LUCILLE-LITTLE RICHARD (R&B) MISS ANN-LITTLE RICHARD

SAX SECTION

#21 #6

LEE ALLEN (solo) TENOR ALVIN RED TYLER BARITONE LEE ALLEN TENOR

#6 #2 #4 #10 20

MR LEE-BOBBETTES RAUNCHY-BILL JUSTIS RAUNCHY-ERNIE FREEMAN RAUNCHY-BILLY VAUGHN

JESSE POWELL BILL JUSTIS PLAS JOHNSON JUSTIN GORDON

TENOR ALTO ALTO ALTO

ROCK THE JOINT BILL HALEY AND HIS COMETS RUDY POMPILLI TENOR Rock the Joint was a re-recording. The 1952 original did not feature a saxophone.(Alex Frazer-Harrison) #6 #3 #10 #5 #10 #3 SEND FOR ME-NAT KING COLE (R&B) SEND ME SOME LOVINLITTLE RICHARD SHISH-KEBAB-RALPH MARTERIE (21) SHORT FAT FANNIELARRY WILLIAMS PLAS JOHNSON LEE ALLEN ? TENOR TENOR ALTO & SOPRANO TENOR SAX SECTION ? SAX SECTION

JESSE JAMES JONES

SILHOUETTES-THE DIAMONDS ALVIN RED TYLER and HERB HARDESTY SILHOUETTES-THE RAYS

#35 SOFT-BILL DOGGETT THOMAS BEANS BOWLES BARITONE solo. #2 #13 SO RARE-JIMMY DORSEY (R&B) THE ROOSTER SONG-FATS DOMINO

CLIFFORD SCOTT FLUTE lead JIMMY DORSEY ALTO HERB HARDESTY ? TENOR ALTO

#25 TO THE AISLE-FIVE SATINS (with sax section duet on main solo) #25

TRICKY-RALPH MARTERIE ? SAX SECTION Research shows Yano Spano, Jack Gaylo (as) Kenny Mann, Larry Regan (ts) Johnny Alberding (bars, cl). Also lists Bill Walters (ts) as of 1954 but does not indicate whom he replaced. This sax section is credited for both of Marteries hits (see SHISH-KEBAB) which were recorded at Universal Recording Studios, Chicago, IL, December 1956.

#8 #23 #29 #9 #8 #16

VALLEY OF TEARS-FATS DOMINO HERB HARDESTY (ts) and LEE ALLEN (solo) WAIT AND SEE-FATS DOMINO HERB HARDESTY (ts) and LEE ALLEN (solo) WHEN I SEE YOU-FATS DOMINO WHISPERING BELLS-DELL-VIKINGS YOUNG BLOOD-COASTERS ZIP ZIP-THE DIAMONDS

TENOR TENOR

HERB HARDESTY (solo) TENOR CLARENCE FORD BARITONE GENE UPSHAW PLAS JOHNSON ? TENOR TENOR TENOR

1958 #33 #38 11 #7 #11 BETTY AND DUPREE-CHUCK WILLIS BIG BOPPERS WEDDING-BIG BOPPER BONY MORONIE-LARRY WILLIAMS (5) BORN TOO LATE-PONI TAILS BUZZ-BUZZ-BUZZHOLLYWOOD FLAMES CANNONBALL-DUANE EDDY CERVEZA-BOOTS BROWN CHA HUA HUA-PETS CHANSON D AMOUR (SONG OF LOVE)ART & DOTTY TODD CHANSON D AMOUR (SONG OF LOVE)FONTAINE SISTERS (12) CHANTILLY LACE-BIG BOPPER GENE DADDY G BARGE LINK DAVIS PLAS JOHNSON ? TENOR TENOR TENOR ALTO

JESSE JAMES JONES-lead TENOR PLAS JOHNSON TENOR STEVE DOUGLAS PLAS JOHNSON TENOR TENOR

#15 #23 #34 #6 #12 #6

PLAS JOHNSON SAX SECTION with TENOR SOLO PLAS JOHNSON ? LINK DAVIS TENOR TENOR TENOR

#15 #24 #32

CRAZY LOVE-PAUL ANKA EARLY IN THE MORNINGBOBBY DARIN

? SAM THE MAN TAYLOR (solo)

ALTO TENOR TENOR TENOR TENOR TENOR TENOR

EARLY IN THE MORNINGBUDDY HOLLY BOOMIE RICHMAN SAM THE MAN TAYLOR ALTO #30 #12 #13 #1 #10 EL RANCHO ROCK-CHAMPS FORGET ME NOT-KALIN TWINS FOR YOUR LOVE-ED TOWNSEND GET A JOB-SILHOUETTES (8) GOOD GOLLY MISS MOLLYLITTLE RICHARD HANG UP MY ROCK AND ROLL SHOESCHUCK WILLIS HIGH SIGN-THE DIAMONDS

CHUCK RIO ? PLAS JOHNSON ROLLEE McGILL

LEE ALLEN (solo) TENOR ALVIN RED TYLER BARITONE KING CURTIS HERB HARDESTY TENOR TENOR

#24 #37 1

HOOTS MON-LORD ROCKINGHAMS XI RED PRICE TENOR According to http://www.fortunecity.com/greenfield/wolf/31/id57.htm, the saxophone section consisted of; RED PRICE-TENOR, REX MORRISTENOR, BENNY GREEN-BARITONE & CYRIL REUBENS-BARITONE. Not listed is Scottish sax player Bill Patrick who, according to another source, was also in the SAX SECTION. HOW THE TIME FLIES-JERRY WALLACE PLAS JOHNSON TENOR TENOR ALTO TENOR BARITONE TENOR

#11 #25 #4 #8 #4 26

ITCHY TWITCHY FEELING- BOBBY HENDRICKS JIMMY OLIVER ORCHESTRA JESSE POWELL (7) ITS TOO SOON TO KNOW-PAT BOONE JUSTIN GORDON ? JENNIE LEE-JAN & ARNIE JUST A DREAM-JIMMY CLANTON KANSAS CITY-LITTLE RICHARD PLAS JOHNSON ALVIN RED TYLER ?

Hi John, According to the discographical information given in the box set The Specialty Sessions, the version of Kansas City that was issued on 45 (Specialty 664) and on the LP The Fabulous Little Richard was recorded in Los Angeles at a session on November 29, 1955, with Clarence Ford on tenor and baritone sax and Joseph Tillman on tenor. (There is also a version recorded on September 13, 1955 - the day before Tutti Frutti - with Lee Allen, tenor, and Alvin Red Tyler, baritone, but this wasn't issued until circa 1970, on the LP Well Alright!) Best wishes, Michael Robinson North Perth, Western Australia #20 #11 #16 LA PALOMA-BILLY VAUGHN LEROY-JACK SCOTT JUSTIN GORDON GEORGE KATSAKIS ALTO TENOR

MEXICAN HOT ROCK-THE APPLEJACKS SAX SECTION John, we used 3 saxes. The two tenors were played by Buddy Savitt and George Young. The bari was played by Fred Nuzzullio. The melody was based upon the traditional Mexican Hat Dance. Dave Appell-6/1/04. NEE NEE NA NA NA NA NU NUDICKY DOO AND THE DONT NO CHEMISE, PLEASE-GERRY GRANAHAN AL WAYS ? TENOR TENOR

#40 #23

#31 (22) OOH! MY SOUL-LITTLE RICHARD GRADY GAINES (solo) TENOR with sax section CLIFFORD BURKS (ts), WILBERT SMITH (ts) #17 #1 #1 #12 #27 11 19 POOR BOY-ROYALTONES (8) PATRICIA-PEREZ PRADO (12) PURPLE PEOPLE EATERSHEB WOOLEY PLAS JOHNSON QUEEN OF THE HOP-BOBBY DARIN RAMROD-DUANE EDDY RAUNCHY-BILL JUSTIS RAUNCHYKEN MACKINTOSH & HIS ORCHESTRA GEORGE KATSAKIS RENE BLOCH TENOR SAX SECTION

TENOR (plus vari-speed TENOR) JESSE POWELL PLAS JOHNSON BILL JUSTIS KEN MACKINTOSH TENOR TENOR ALTO ALTO

#6 #5

(19) REBEL ROUSER-DUANE EDDY SAIL ALONG SILVERY MOONBILLY VAUGHN

GIL BERNAL JUSTIN GORDON

TENOR

ALTO w/ SAX SECTION The Bear Family collection on CD 15970 titled Sail Along Silv'ry Moon lists the following saxophones; Dave Pell, Babe Russin, Justin Gordon (leader), Gene Cipriano, Mahlon Clark, Jack Dumont, Jewell L. Grant, Joseph Kelson, Jr., Morris Bercov, Arthur Herfurt, Theodore Nash,, Ethmer Roten, Warren Webb, Salvator Franzella, Julian C. Matlock, Ryland Weston, Joseph Krechter, Rene Joseph Hall, Hubert Maxwell Myers and Joseph J. Koch. #3 #22 SHORT SHORTS-ROYAL TEENS LARRY QUALIANO TENOR

SICK AND TIRED-FATS DOMINO (per session notes) WENDELL DUCONGE (as), HERB HARDESTY, BUDDY HAGANS (ts), CLARENCE FORD (bs) (soloist unknown) (18) SPLISH SPLASH-BOBBY DARIN (1) STUPID CUPID-CONNIE FRANCIS (6) SUGAR MOON-PAT BOONE (3) TEA FOR TWO CHA CHATOMMY DORSEY ORCHESTRA (5) TEQUILA-CHAMPS TEQUILA-EDDIE PLATT THAT OLD BLACK MAGICLOUIS PRIMA & KEELY SMITH JESSE POWELL ? JUSTIN GORDON ? JOE LOPES ? CHUCK RIO EDDIE PRATT SAM BUTERA

TENOR TENOR TENOR ALTO ALTO TENOR TENOR TENOR

#3 #14 #5 #7 #1 20 #18

#26 (20) THE BIG BEAT-FATS DOMINO LEE ALLEN (solo) TENOR with sax section CLARENCE FORD (bs), HERB HARDESTY (ts) #33 #1 #4 #7 THE BLOB-THE FIVE BLOBS PAUL ROBERTS ALTO TENOR TENOR

THE CHIPMUNK SONG-DAVID SEVILLE/THE CHIPMUNKS ? THE STROLL-DIAMONDS THE WALK-JIMMY MCCRACKLIN KING CURTIS

JOHNNY PARKER and WILLIE COWART #24 #30 #35 #9 #5 #1 THIS LITTLE GIRLS GONE ROCKINRUTH BROWN TUMBLING TUMBLEWEEDS-BILLY VAUGHN WEEK END-THE KINGSMEN WHAT AM I LIVING FOR-CHUCK WILLIS (1) WHEN-KALIN TWINS (12) YAKETY YAK-COASTERS KING CURTIS JUSTIN GORDON RUDY POMPILLI KING CURTIS ? KING CURTIS

TENOR TENOR ALTO w/ SAX SECTION TENOR TENOR TENOR TENOR

1959 #9 #31 #10 #8 #4 #37 #26 38 22 #2 ALONG CAME JONES-COASTERS APPLE BLOSSOM TIME-TAB HUNTER BABY TALK-JAN & DEAN KING CURTIS TENOR

PLAS JOHNSON SAX SECTION with TENOR solo PLAS JOHNSON (solo) TENOR ? BARITONE SAX SECTION TENOR ALTO w/ SAX SECTION TENOR TENOR TENOR TENOR

(11) BE MY GUEST-FATS DOMINO HERB HARDESTY & CLARENCE FORD BECAUSE THEYRE YOUNGDUANE EDDY BLUE HAWAII-BILLY VAUGHN BONNIE CAME BACK-DUANE EDDY BY THE LIGHT OF THE SILVERY MOONLITTLE RICHARD CANNONBALL-DUANE EDDY (6) CHARLIE BROWN-COASTERS JIM HORN JUSTIN GORDON JIM HORN LEE ALLEN STEVE DOUGLAS KING CURTIS

#23 #40

CROSSFIREJOHNNY & THE HURRICANES DONT PITY MEDION & THE BELMONTS EARLY TO BED-PONI TAILS

JOHNNY PARIS ? ?

TENOR

ALTO LEAD with SAX SECTION ALTO

26

#9 (11) FORTY MILES OF BAD ROAD-DUANE EDDY STEVE DOUGLAS TENOR #1 #6 #22 #17 HAPPY ORGAN-DAVE BABY CORTEZ I CRIED A TEAR-LAVERN BAKER IF I DIDNT CARE-CONNIE FRANCIS IM GONNA BE A WHEEL SOMEDAYFATS DOMINO BUDDY LUCAS KING CURTIS ? BARITONE TENOR TENOR

HERB HARDESTY (solo) TENOR CLARENCE FORD TENOR

#33

I WAITED TOO LONG-LAVERN BAKER SAX SECTION work with BUDD JOHNSON ALTO (solo) at the end and KING CURTIS on TENOR. (13) IN THE MOOD-ERNIE FIELDS KISSIN TIME-BOBBY RYDELL PLAS JOHNSON ? TENOR TENOR

#4 #11

The Best Of Bobby Rydell on ABKCO Music & Records Inc. credits GEORGIE YOUNG, BUDDY SAVITT, FRED NUZZILLIO and DAN

DAILEY. #4 #30 KOOKIE, KOOKIE, LEND ME YOUR COMBEDD BYRNES & CONNIE STEVENS PLAS JOHNSON TENOR

LITTLE DIPPER-MICKEY MOZART QUARTET ? SOPRANO Robert Maxwell (see 1964-SHANGRI-LA ) recorded occasionally under the name of Mickey Mozart. #1 #26 #2 MACK THE KNIFE-BOBBY DARIN RICHARD WESS ORCHESTRA ? SAX SECTION

MARY LOU-RONNIE HAWKINS AND THE HAWKS SAM THE MAN TAYLOR (4) MY HAPPINESS-CONNIE FRANCIS

TENOR

SAM THE MAN TAYLOR #28 PEEK-A-BOO-THE CADILLACS JESSE POWELL

TENOR

SAX SECTION TENOR TENOR TENOR BARITONE TENOR TENOR TENOR TENOR

#8 PETER GUNN-RAY ANTHONY PLAS JOHNSON (per telephone conversation with Ray Anthony) 6 #3 #36 #8 24 #5 #25 #38 PETER GUNN-DUANE EDDY PINK SHOE LACES-DODIE STEVENS PRETTY GIRLS EVERYWHEREEUGENE CHURCH PRIMROSE LANE-JERRY WALLACE QUEEN OF THE HOP-BOBBY DARIN (3) RED RIVER ROCKJOHNNY & THE HURRICANES (14) REVEILLE ROCKJOHNNY & THE HURRICANES STEVE DOUGLAS PLAS JOHNSON PLAS JOHNSON PLAS JOHNSON JESSE POWELL JOHNNY PARIS JOHNNY PARIS

ROCKA CONGA-APPLEJACKS SAX SECTION John, we used 3 saxes. The two tenors were played by Buddy Savitt and George Young. The bari was played by Fred Nuzzullio. Dave Appell-6/1/04. SEA CRUISE-FRANKIE FORD SAX SECTION Backup musicians included Huey Piano Smith, Alvin Red Tyler and Robert Parker on sax, James Booker on keys and rhythm section Frank Fields and Charles Hungry Williams. Courtesy http://www.towerrecords.com/epulse/98/june/06_26_98.html (12) SOME KIND-A EARTHQUAKEDUANE EDDY (7) STAGGER LEE-LLOYD PRICE TALL COOL ONE-WAILERS THE WONDER OF YOU-RAY PETERSON WAY DOWN YONDER IN NEW ORLEANSFREDDY CANNON PLAS JOHNSON ? MARK MARUSH PLAS JOHNSON ? TENOR TENOR TENOR TENOR SAX SECTION

#14

#37 #1 #36 #25 #3

16

WEE TOM-LORD ROCKINGHAMS X1 ? SAX SECTION According to http://www.fortunecity.com/greenfield/wolf/31/id57.htm, the saxophone section consisted of; RED PRICE-TENOR, REX MORRISTENOR,BENNY GREEN-BARITONE & CYRIL REUBENS-BARITONE. Not listed is Scottish sax player Bill Patrick who, according to another source, was also in the SAX SECTION. (15) WHERE WERE YOU ON OUR WEDDING DAYLLOYD PRICE HERB HARDESTY (17) YEP-DUANE EDDY YOURE SO FINE-FALCONS 1960 STEVE DOUGLAS ? TENOR TENOR TENOR

#23 #30 #17

#15 29 #16 12 14

(8) BEATNICK FLYJOHNNY & THE HURRICANES BECAUSE THEYRE YOUNGDUANE EDDY BLUE TANGO-BILL BLACKS COMBO BONNIE CAME BACK-DUANE EDDY

JOHNNY PARIS JIM HORN ACE CANNON JIM HORN

TENOR TENOR ALTO TENOR

BUBBLES IN THE TAR-THE PILTDOWN MEN SCOTT GORDON & JACKIE KELSO TENOR/BARITONE http://www.rockabilly.nl/references/messages/piltdown_men.htm CLEMENTINE-BOBBY DARIN RICHARD WESS ORCHESTRA COUNTRY BOY-FATS DOMINO ? SAX SECTION

#21 #25 #18

HERB HARDESTY (SOLO) TENOR CLARENCE FORD BARITONE

DING-A-LING-BOBBY RYDELL SAX SECTION The Best Of Bobby Rydell on ABKCO Music & Records Inc. credits GEORGIE YOUNG, BUDDY SAVITT, FRED NUZZILLIO and DAN DAILEY. #21 DONT COME KNOCKIN-

FATS DOMINO #11 8 #14 #7 #18 #7 DONT BE CRUEL-BILL BLACKS COMBO DOWN YONDER-JOHNNY & THE HURRICANES

HERB HARDESTY ACE CANNON JOHNNY PARIS

TENOR TENOR TENOR TENOR TENOR TENOR TENOR TENOR

FEEL SO FINE-JOHNNY PRESTON FINGER POPPIN TIMEHANK BALLARD JOSEPHINE-BILL BLACKS COMBO (15) LET THE LITTLE GIRL DANCEBILLY BLAND

BOOTS RANDOLPH J. C. DAVIS ACE CANNON ?

#6 LETS GO, LETSS GO, LETS GOHANK BALLARD AND THE MIDNIGHTERS J. C. DAVIS #19 #7 14 LOOK FOR A STAR-BILLY VAUGHN LOVE YOU SO-RON HOLDEN

JUSTIN GORDON w/ SAX SECTION ? TENOR LEAD with SAX SECTION TENOR/BARITONE

MCDONALDS CAVE-THE PILTDOWN MEN SCOTT GORDON & JACKIE KELSO

#14 MY GIRL JOSEPHINE-FATS DOMINO LEE ALLEN (ts), HERB HARDESTY (ts) and CLARENCE FORD (bs) SAX SECTION #1 MY HEART HAS A MIND OF ITS OWN- CONNIE FRANCIS ARTIE KAPLAN and ? ALTO DUET #38 #6 #28 #27 #1 NATURAL BORN LOVER-FATS DOMINO LEE ALLEN TENOR TENOR TENOR TENOR TENOR

NEW ORLEANS-GARY U.S. BONDS DADDY G a/k/a GENE BARGE OOH POO PAH DOO-PART II JESSIE HILL PETER GUNN-DUANE EDDY (1) POETRY IN MOTIONJOHNNY TILLOTSON DAVID LASTIE STEVE DOUGLAS BOOTS RANDOLPH

(3) #14 #30 #1 #17

ROCKING GOOSE-JOHNNY AND THE HURRICANES JOHNNY PARIS ROCKIN AROUND THE CHRISTMAS TREEBRENDA LEE BOOTS RANDOLPH RUBY DUBY DU-TOBIN MATHEWS & CO ?

TENOR TENOR TENOR TENOR TENOR

(1) RUNNING BEAR-JOHNNY PRESTON LINK DAVIS Big Bopper, Bill Hall, George Jones (indian chants) SMOKIE-BILL BLACKS COMBO MARTIN WILLIS ?

#30 SUMMER SET-MONTY KELLY with SOPRANO lead #7 (4) SWEET NOTHINS-BRENDA LEE #5

Solo/duet TENOR

BOOTS RANDOLPH

SWINGIN SCHOOL-BOBBY RYDELL SAX SECTION The Best Of Bobby Rydell on ABKCO Music & Records Inc. credits GEORGIE YOUNG, BUDDY SAVITT, FRED NUZZILLIO and DAN DAILEY. #6 #14 THATS ALL YOU GOTTA DO-BRENDA LEE BOOTS RANDOLPH TENOR

THE HUCKLEBUCK-CHUBBY CHECKER ? TENOR Cameo Parkway 1959-1963: The Best Of Chubby Checker CD credits BUDDY SAVITT and GEORGIE YOUNG on all tracks.

#23

THE MADISONAL BROWNS TUNETOPPERS AL BROWN TENOR Born in Fairmont, West Virginia, on May 22, 1929, Al came from a large family which had one thing in common-all the siblings were highly influenced by their father, a sax player of note in the region; so much so, that, after their collective discharge from the Army in the early 50s(and having settled in Baltimore), they decided to form a band, the Tunetoppers, with Al on tenor, Donald on Trumpet, and Charles doubling on both the alto and trumpet. Per http://baltimorejazz.com/shortstop.html #30 THE MADISON TIME-PART 1RAY BRYANT COMBO BUDDY TATE TENOR Ray Bryant on piano, Harry Sweets Edison on trumpet, Buddy Tate on Sax, and Urbie Green on Trombone. Per http://baltimorejazz.com/shortstop.html #1 (5) THE TWIST-CHUBBY CHECKER BUDDY SAVITT TENOR

#28 #30 #13 #3 #9 #2

THE TWIST-HANK BALLARD AND THE MIDNIGHTERS ? (49) TOO MUCH TEQUILA-CHAMPS JIMMY SEALS TRACYS THEMESPENCER ROSS ORCHESTRA VINCENT JIMMY ABATO ? ACE CANNON

TENOR TENOR ALTO ALTO TENOR

WHERE OR WHEN-DION & THE BELMONTS (50) WHITE SILVER SANDSBILL BLACKS COMBO

(7)WILD ONE-BOBBY RYDELL GEORGIE YOUNG and BUDDY SAVITT TENOR The Best Of Bobby Rydell on ABKCO Music & Records Inc. also credits FRED NUZZILLIO and DAN DAILEY. 12 #3 YOULL NEVER KNOW WHAT YOURE MISSINGEMILE FORD & THE CHECKMATES YOU TALK TOO MUCH-JOE JONES 1961 9 #33 #5 #13 #4 22 #2 #4 #36 #1 AFRICAN WALTZ- JOHNNY DANKWORTH AINT THAT JUST LIKE A WOMANFATS DOMINO ANGEL BABY-ROSIE & THE ORIGINALS BARBARA-ANN-REGENTS ? HERB HARDESTY TONY GOMEZ TONY GRAVAGNA ALTO TENOR TENOR TENOR TENOR BARITONE TENOR TENOR TENOR ? TENOR TENOR

ROBERT PARKER

(3) BUT I DO-CLARENCE HENRY NATHANIEL NAT PERRILLIAT CHARLESTON-TEMPERANCE SEVEN DADDYS HOME-SHEP & THE LIMELITES (22) DUM DUM-BRENDA LEE EXODUS-EDDIE HARRIS (MEXICO) FLORIDA TWIST? ? BOOTS RANDOLPH

BILL HALEY AND HIS COMETS #25 #30 18 FOOT STOMPING-PART 1 THE FLARES (8)(GHOST) RIDERS IN THE SKYRAMRODS

RUDY POMPILLI PLAS JOHNSON RICHARD LANE

TENOR TENOR TENOR

GOODNIGHT MRS. FLINTSTONE-THE PILTDOWN MEN SCOTT GORDON & JACKIE KELSO GOOD TIME BABY-BOBBY RYDELL HEARTS OF STONE-BILL BLACKS COMBO ?

TENOR/BARITONE SAX SECTION TENOR TENOR TENOR

#11 #20 24 #2

ACE CANNON

HIGH VOLTAGE- JOHNNY AND THE HURRICANES JOHNNY PARIS I LIKE IT LIKE THAT-CHRIS KENNER NAT PERRILLIAT

#23 IT KEEPS RAININ-FATS DOMINO CLARENCE FORD and HERB HARDESTY -saxes, DAVE BARTHOLOMEW-trumpet). 14 #21 JA-DA-JOHNNY AND THE HURRICANES JOHNNY PARIS JINGLE BELL ROCKBOBBY RYDELL and CHUBBY CHECKER ? TENOR SAX SECTION

#30 JAMBALAYA-FATS DOMINO LEE ALLEN (ts), HERB HARDESTY (ts), CLARENCE FORD(bs). SAX SECTION with TENOR solo #3 LAST NIGHT-MAR-KEYS CHARLES PACKY AXTON TENOR #14 #15 LAZY RIVER-BOBBY DARIN RICHARD BEHRKE ORCHESTRA LET THE FOUR WINDS BLOWFATS DOMINO ? TENOR

HERB HARDESTY (solo) TENOR LEE ALLEN TENOR

#39 #8

LETS GO AGAIN (WHERE WE WENT LAST NIGHT)HANK BALLARD AND THE MIDNIGHTERS ?

TENOR

(2)LETS TWIST AGAIN-CHUBBY CHECKER GEORGE YOUNG TENOR GEORGE YOUNG per; http://mixonline.com/recording/projects/audio_chubby_checkers _twist/

#23

LITTLE EGYPT (YING YANG)COASTERS

KING CURTIS

TENOR

32 MY GIRL JOSEPHINE-FATS DOMINO LEE ALLEN (ts), HERB HARDESTY (ts) and CLARENCE FORD (bs) SAX SECTION 16 NEW ORLEANS-GARY U.S. BONDS DADDY G a/k/a GENE BARGE 24 #25 #18 14 #1 #7 #1 #21 #1 OLD SMOKIE-JOHNNY AND THE HURRICANES JOHNNY PARIS OLE BUTTERMILK SKYBILL BLACKS COMBO (2) PEPE-DUANE EDDY ACE CANNON JIM HORN

TENOR TENOR TENOR TENOR

PILTMAN RIDES AGAIN-THE PILTDOWN MEN SCOTT GORDON & JACKIE KELSO (27) PONY TIME-CHUBBY CHECKER (47) PRETTY LITTLE ANGEL EYESCURTIS LEE ? ?

TENOR/BARITONE TENOR TENOR TENOR TENOR

(7) QUARTER TO THREE-GARY U.S. BONDS DADDY G a/k/a GENE BARGE RAMA LAMA DING DONG-EDSELS ?

(11) RUNAROUND SUE-DION ? TENOR Per Artie Kaplan, the tenor was most likely Buddy Lucas. SCHOOL IS IN-GARY U.S. BONDS DADDY G a/k/a GENE BARGE SCHOOL IS OUT-GARY U.S. BONDS DADDY G a/k/a GENE BARGE SHOP AROUND-MIRACLES RONNIE WAKEFIELD (solo) MIKE TERRY

#28 #5 #2

TENOR TENOR TENOR BARITONE

#32 SHU RAH-FATS DOMINO CLARENCE FORD (bs)#10

LEE ALLEN (ts), HERB HARDESTY (ts), SAX SECTION with TENOR solo

SPANISH HARLEM-BEN E. KING

(per session notes-recorded 10/27/60) ROMEO PENQUE Per Artie Kaplan, it was played on soprano. #25 #21 (6) TAKE FIVE-DAVE BRUBECK QUARTET PAUL DESMOND

SOPRANO ALTO

THAT OLD BLACK MAGIC-BOBBY RYDELL SAX SECTION The Best Of Bobby Rydell on ABKCO Music & Records Inc. credits GEORGIE YOUNG, BUDDY SAVITT, FRED NUZZILLIO and DAN DAILEY. #7 #23 #1 #16 #26 THE FLY-CHUBBY CHECKER THE HOOCHI COOCHI COOHANK BALLARD AND THE MIDNIGHTERS ? J. C. DAVIS ? ? TENOR TENOR SOPRANO TENOR

(11) THE LION SLEEPS TONIGHT-THE TOKENS THE STORY OF MY LOVE-PAUL ANKA THE SWITCH-A-ROOHANK BALLARD AND THE MIDNIGHTERS (7) THEME FROM DIXIE-DUANE EDDY TOSSIN AND TURNIN-BOBBY LEWIS

BUDDY LUCAS lead TENOR HENRY MOORE 2nd TENOR JIM HORN KING CURTIS TENOR TENOR

#39 #1 #22

WHAT A PARTY-FATS DOMINO (per session notes) LEE ALLEN (ts), HERB HARDESTY (ts), CLARENCE FORD (bs)SAX SECTION w/ TENOR solo #28 #12 #29 #5 WHEELS-BILLY VAUGHN JUSTIN GORDON ALTO w/ SAX SECTION TENOR TENOR SAX SECTION BARITONE (SOLO) ALTO (SOLO)

(6) YOU ALWAYS HURT THE ONE YOU LOVECLARENCE HENRY NAT PERRILLIAT YOU CANT SIT DOWNPHILIP UPCHURCH COMBO DAVID BROOKS

YOU MUST HAVE BEEN A BEAUTIFUL BABYBOBBY DARIN PLAS JOHNSON and NINO TEMPO (1) YOURE DRIVING ME CRAZY TEMPERANCE SEVEN PHILLIP HARRISON ?

1962 #7 #36 (R&B) ANNIVERSARY-SHEP & THE LIMELITES BLUES STAY AWAY FROM ME ? ACE CANNON TENOR ALTO

(31) CAN CANPETER JAY & THE JAYWALKERS #12 #12 #9 #15 #3 #4 (4) DANCE WITH THE GUITAR MANDUANE EDDY DANCIN PARTY-CHUBBY CHECKER DEAR LADY TWIST-GARY U.S. BONDS (11) DESAFINADO DO YOU LOVE ME-THE CONTOURS

MAC MCINTYRE LLOYD BAKER JIM HORN ? DADDY G a/k/a GENE BARGE STAN GETZ THOMAS BEANS BOWLES

TENOR BARITONE TENOR TENOR TENOR TENOR TENOR

DONT HANG UP-THE ORLONS BUDDY SAVITT TENOR Credits per The Best of the Orlons-1961-1966; GEORGE YOUNG, BOB SCHWARTZ, BUDDY SAVITT, DAN DAILEY & FRED NUZZULLIO. #17 #1 #20 #22 HAVING A PARTY-SAM COOKE (19) HES A REBEL-CRYSTALS HEY, LETS TWISTJOEY DEE & THE STARLITERS (R&B) JIVIN AROUND-AL CASEY JACKIE KELSO STEVE DOUGLAS BILL RAMELL BRAD BAUDER TENOR BARITONE ALTO TENOR

#12 KEEP YOUR HANDS OFF MY BABY- LITTLE EVA Per ARTIE KAPLAN, he recorded all sax parts and lead TENOR I played all the parts to give it a big sound without hiring several sax players. #4 #19 #40 LET ME IN-SENSATIONS LETS GO (PONY)-THE ROUTERS LIMBO ROCK-CHAMPS ? PLAS JOHNSON JIMMY SEALS TENOR TENOR TENOR

#2 #1

LIMBO ROCK-CHUBBY CHECKER

TENOR/BARITONE

(2) LOCO-MOTION-LITTLE EVA ARTIE KAPLAN TENOR Per ARTIE KAPLAN, he recorded all sax parts and lead TENOR. I played all the parts to give it a big sound without hiring several sax players. LOVERS WHO WANDER-DION MASHED POTATO TIME-DEE DEE SHARP NIGHT TRAIN-JAMES BROWN ? BUDDY SAVITT J. C. DAVIS (SOLO) ALFRED CORLEY AL "BRISCO" CLARK ROSCOE PATRICK ? ? ? BARITONE TENOR TENOR ALTO BARITONE TRUMPET

#3 #2 #35

#2 #5 26 #1

ONLY LOVE CAN BREAK A HEARTGENE PITNEY PARTY LIGHTS-CLAUDINE CLARK PEPPERMINT TWISTDANNY PEPPERMINT AND THE JUMPING JACKS

ALTO or SOPRANO TENOR TENOR

(33) PEPPERMINT TWIST-JOEY DEE & THE STARLIGHTERS (per Joey Dee) JEROME RICHARDSON BARITONE KING CURTIS TENOR POPEYE (THE HITCHHIKER)CHUBBY CHECKER (1) RETURN TO SENDER-ELVIS PRESLEY RINKY DINK-DAVE BABY CORTEZ ROCKIN AROUND THE CHRISTMAS TREEBRENDA LEE SLOW TWISTINCHUBBY CHECKER with DEE DEE SHARP SOLDIER BOY-SHIRELLES SOUL TWIST ? BOOTS RANDOLPH ? BOOTS RANDOLPH ? ? TENOR BARITONE TENOR TENOR TENOR TENOR w/ SAX SECTION TENOR

#10 #2 #10 6 #3 #1 #17

KING CURTIS

#31 #33 #1

SURFERS STOMP-THE MARKETTS

MIKE HENDERSON

TENOR TENOR

(10) THE BALLAD OF PALADINDUANE EDDY JIM HORN & PLAS JOHNSON

(5) THE TWIST-CHUBBY CHECKER BUDDY SAVITT TENOR BUDDY SAVITT per http://mixonline.com/recording/projects/audio_chubby_checkers_twis t/ #2 THE WAH WATUSI-THE ORLONS BUDDY SAVITT TENOR Credits per The Best of the Orlons-1961-1966; GEORGE YOUNG, BOB SCHWARTZ, BUDDY SAVITT, DAN DAILEY & FRED NUZZULLIO. #2 #13 #17 #28
per

(10) THE WANDERER-DION (32) TOWN WITHOUT PITY-GENE PITNEY TUFF

BUDDY LUCAS ? ACE CANNON

TENOR TENOR ALTO

TURN ON YOUR LOVE LIGHTBOBBY BLUE BLAND http://www.hotburrito.20m.com/blues/bobbybland.html ROBERT CALVIN BROOKS ? ACE CANNON

TENOR TENOR & TENOR TENOR

#17 TWIST AND SHOUT-ISLEY BROTHERS TRUMPET #26 #9 #9 TWIST-HER-BILL BLACKS COMBO

TWIST, TWIST SENORA-GARY U.S. BONDS DADDY G a/k/a GENE BARGE

(6) TWISTIN THE NIGHT AWAY-SAM COOKE JACKIE KELSO (solo) TENOR JEWELL GRANT BARITONE TWISTIN MALTILDA-JIMMY SOUL ? TENOR

#22 #9

UNCHAIN MY HEART-RAY CHARLES HANK CRAWFORD ALTO per liner notes-DAVID FATHEAD NEWMAN (SOLO) TENOR LEROY HOG COOPER BARITONE (10) VACATION-CONNIE FRANCIS BOOTS RANDOLPH TENOR

#9 #21

WALK ON THE WILD SIDE-JIMMY SMITH (per session notes) recorded 3/26/62: JERRY DODGION, PHIL WOODS (as), ROBERT ASHTON, BABE CLARK (ts)

and GEORGE BARROW (bs) #22 #8 WIGGLE WOBBLE-LES COOPER YOULL LOSE A GOOD THINGBARBARA LYNN 1963 JOE GRIER ? TENOR TENOR

#10 #12 #28 #25 #1 #3 1 #6 #7

(23) ANOTHER SATURDAY NIGHT-SAM COOKE JACKIE KELSO BIRDLAND-CHUBBY CHECKER (27) BOSS GUITAR-DUANE EDDY BUST OUT-THE BUSTERS (CAN) CHARLENARICHIE KNIGHT & THE MID-KNIGHTS (5) DA DOO RON RON-CRYSTALS DIAMONDS-JET HARRIS & TONY MEEHAN DONNA THE PRIMA DONNA-DION ? JIM HORN AL MARCZYK MIKE BROUGH STEVE DOUGLAS ? BUDDY LUCAS

TENOR TENOR TENOR TENOR TENOR BARITONE TENOR TENOR

DONT SAY NOTHIN BAD (ABOUT MY BABY)COOKIES ARTIE KAPLAN HEAT WAVEMARTHA & THE VANDELLAS

TENOR

#4 #22 30

THOMAS BEANS BOWLES BARITONE TENOR

IF YOU WANNA BE HAPPY-JIMMY SOUL GENE BARGE a/k/a DADDY G KEEP YOUR HANDS OFF MY BABYLITTLE EVA LETS LIMBO SOME MORE-CHUBBY CHECKER LETS TURKEY TROT-LITTLE EVA

ARTIE KAPLAN TENOR lead with SAX SECTION ? ARTIE KAPLAN BARITONE TENOR

#20 #20

#8 #21 #12

MICKEYS MONKEY-MIRACLES MISTY-LLOYD PRICE

HANK COSBY ?

TENOR SAX SECTION

NOT ME-THE ORLONS ? TENOR Credits per The Best of the Orlons-1961-1966; GEORGE YOUNG, BOB SCHWARTZ, BUDDY SAVITT, DAN DAILEY & FRED NUZZULLIO. #5 (29) ONE FINE DAY-CHIFFONS ARTIE KAPLAN (solo) BARITONE Played on a Buescher bari per Artie Kaplan. #34 SEE SEE RIDER-LAVERN BAKER BUDDY LUCAS TENOR #23 #3 SHUT DOWN-BEACH BOYS MIKE LOVE ALTO

SOUTH STREET-THE ORLONS ? TENOR Credits per The Best of the Orlons-1961-1966; GEORGE YOUNG, BOB SCHWARTZ, BUDDY SAVITT, DAN DAILEY & FRED NUZZULLIO. 42 TWIST AND SHOUT-ISLEY BROTHERS TRUMPET #10 #2 WALKING THE DOG-RUFUS THOMAS ? TENOR &

GILBERT CAPLES (SOLO) TENOR ? BARITONE MITCHELL MAY TENOR

WASHINGTON SQUARE-VILLAGE STOMPERS

The Village Stompers consisted of Dick Brady (trombone), Ralph Casals (banjo), Frank Hubbell (trumpet), Joe Muranyi (clarinet), Al McManus (drums), Lenny Pogan (guitar), Don Coates (piano), and Mitchell May (reeds, winds). #8 #35 #8 WILD WEEKEND-THE REBELS YAKETY SAX MICKEY KIPLER BOOTS RANDOLPH TENOR TENOR

YOUVE REALLY GOT A HOLD ON MEMIRACLES ? SAX SECTION CD credits-saxophones-Lanny Austin, Thomas "Beans" Bowles, Teddy Buckner, Ted Buckner, Angelo Carlisi, Hank Cosby, Lefty Edwards, Eli Fontaine, Kasuku Mafia, Eugene BeeBee Moore, Larry Nozero, Bernie Peacock, Ernie Rodgers, Eugene Rodgers, Andrew Mike Terry, Danny Turner

1964 #8 #1 ANYONE WHO HAD A HEARTDIANE WARWICK

TENOR

(1) BABY LOVE-SUPREMES HANK COSBY and MIKE TERRY (bari. solo by MIKE TERRY per MIKE TERRY) BARITONE & SAX SECTION BLUE WINTER-CONNIE FRANCIS ? ALTO LEAD with SAX SECTION TENOR SAX SECTION

#24 #4 #1 #36

(10) CANT YOU SEE THAT SHES MINEDAVE CLARK FIVE DENIS PAYTON (22) CHAPEL OF LOVE-DIXIE CUPS ?

CHARADE-SAMMY KAYE SAX SECTION Per Artie Kaplan; Kaplan-soprano & bari, Sam Marowitz-lead alto, Phil Bodner-tenor and Romeo Penque-tenor. #3 #15 #5 COME A LITTLE BIT CLOSERJAY & THE AMERICANS ARTIE KAPLAN TENOR BARITONE TENOR

COTTON CANDY-AL HIRT BOOTS RANDOLPH (29) GIRL FROM IPANEMA-STAN GETZ

#33 GIRLS GROW UP FASTER THAN BOYS- THE COOKIES (SOLO) SOPRANO W/ SAX SECTION Per ARTIE KAPLAN, he recorded all sax parts. I played all the parts to give it a big sound without hiring several sax players. #6 10 31 JUST LIKE ROMEO & JULIETREFLECTIONS MOCKINGBIRD HILL-MIGIL 5 NEAR YOUMIGIL 5 ONE WAY LOVEMIKE TERRY ALAN WATSON ALAN WATSON BARITONE TENOR TENOR

CLIFF BENNETT & THE REBEL ROUSERS #24

SAX SECTION

OUT OF SIGHT-JAMES BROWN ? SAX SECTION CD credits-Saint Clair Pinckney-tenor, Jerome Richardsontenor, Seldon Powell-tenor, Maceo Parker-bari, Sam The Man Taylor-tenor, Al Brisco Clark-tenor, George Dorsey-alto, Haywood Henry-bari, Nat Jones-alto, Eldee William-tenor #31 #8 #15 PINK PANTHER THEME-HENRY MANCINI (JOHN PLAS JOHNSON) QUICKSAND-MARTHA & THE VANDELLAS PLAS JOHNSON MIKE TERRY TENOR BARITONE ALTO

SHANGRI-LA-ROBERT MAXWELL ? Robert Maxwell (see 1959-LITTLE DIPPER ) recorded occasionally under the name of Mickey Mozart. 7 35 SHOUT-LULU & THE LUVERS SPANISH HARLEMSOUNDS INCORPORATED

JIMMY SMITH (solo) TENOR ? BARITONE ?

TENOR W/ SAX SECTION ALAN HOLMES-flute/saxophone, GEOFF WEST-saxophone, JOHN St. JOHN-guitar, BARRIE CAMERON-keyboards, WES HUNTER-bass guitar, TONY NEWMAN-drums. #38 30 TALL COOL ONE-WAILERS MARK MARUSH TENOR

THE SPARTANS? ALTO SOUNDS INCORPORATED ALAN HOLMES (flute/saxophone), GEOFF (GRIFF) West (saxophone) THE WAY YOU DO THE THINGS YOU DOTEMPTATIONS TENNESSEE WALTZ-SAM COOKE HANK COSBY TENOR

#11 #35

WILLIAM GREEN (solo) TENOR ALVIN RED TYLER BARITONE w/ BRASS SECTION

#25

TOO MANY FISH IN THE SEATHE MARVELETTES ? TENOR CD credits-Lanny Austin, Teddy Buckner, Hank Cosby, Lefty Edwards, Eli Fontaine, Kasuka Mafia, Eugene BeeBee Moore, Larry Nozero, Bernie Peacock, Ernie Rodgers, Eugene Rodgers 20-75-WILLIE MITCHELL ? TENOR

#31

20-75 took its title from the record number [Hi 2075]. Mitchells rhythm section consisted of, Al Jackson or Howard Grimes on drums, (Al Jackson later joined Booker T at Staxs, it is known that at times he still played for Mitchell) Bobby Eammons-organ, Reggie Young-guitar, Tommy Cogsbill-bass. Horn players Andrew Love-sax, Ben Cawley-trumpet, Charles Charmers-sax, his brother; James Mitchell-sax, Gene Millertrumpet and Wayne Jackson-trumpet. #1 1 (3) WHERE DID OUR LOVE GO-SUPREMES MIKE TERRY BARITONE

YEH YEH-GEORGIE FAME PETER COE TENOR John......Thanks for the document, it makes fascinating reading. The tenor solo on Yeh Yeh was played by Peter Coe...I was talking to Georgie Fame a few years ago when I had to play the exact solo for a TV nostalgia program. If I can fill in any other holes (UK) I will write. Martin Dobson

1965 #1 #13 #1 #4 (3) 1-2-3-LEN BARRY ACTION-FREDDY CANNON (40) BACK IN MY ARMS AGAINSUPREMES ARTIE KAPLAN NINO TEMPO MIKE TERRY DENNIS PAYTON JR. WALKER DENIS PAYTON MIKE TERRY MACEO PARKER MIKE TERRY BARITONE SAX SECTION BARITONE TENOR & TENOR BARITONE BARITONE ALTO BARITONE

(5) CATCH US IF YOU CANDAVE CLARK FIVE HARMONICA #36 DO THE BOOMERANGJR. WALKER & THE ALLSTARS 10 #1 #3 #1 HAVING A WILD WEEKENDDAVE CLARK FIVE

(10) I CANT HELP MYSELF-FOUR TOPS I GOT YOU (I FEEL GOOD)-JAMES BROWN (39) I HEAR A SYMPHONY- SUPREMES

#21

IN THE MIDNIGHT HOURWILSON PICKET FLOYD NEWMAN BARITONE I think youd do well to include Floyd Newman on the baritone sax in the 1965 hit, In the Midnight Hour. His deep notes a few bars into the song really set the tone for the melody to me at least. The only horn on Midnight Hour was Wayne Jacksons trumpet. There were three sax players Newman, Packy Axton and Andrew Love. The rest of the crew was the usual Memphis guys, Steve Cropper and Duck Dunn. Dave Arnold (34) ITS THE SAME OLD SONG-FOUR TOPS MIKE TERRY BARITONE TENOR TENOR TENOR TENOR TENOR BARITONE JU JU HANDSAM THE SHAM & THE PHAROAHS JUST A LITTLE BIT-ROY HEAD RING DANG DOOSAM THE SHAM & THE PHAROAHS SHAKE AND FINGERPOPJR. WALKER & THE ALLSTARS SHOTGUN-JR. WALKER AND THE ALLSTARS SOMETHING ABOUT YOU-FOUR TOPS

#5 #26 #39 #33 #29 #4 #19 #14

BUTCH GIBSON TOMMY MAY BUTCH GIBSON JR. WALKER JR. WALKER MIKE TERRY

TWINE TIMEALVIN CASH & THE CRAWLERS ? TENOR solo with Sax Section Alvin used his band the Nightlighters to record this hit. The band changed their name to the Crawlers and accompanied Alvin on future gigs then changed the name to the Registers. I have not found any information about the individual members of the band. Alvin Cash died November 21, 1999. He was 60 and lived in Chicago. #25 #2 WERE GONNA MAKE IT-LITTLE MILTON GENE BARGE a/k/a DADDY G WOOLY BULLYSAM THE SHAM & THE PHAROAHS BUTCH GIBSON ALTO TENOR

#36

YOUVE BEEN IN LOVE TOO LONGMARTHA & THE VANDELLAS ? BARITONE The Ultimate Collection lists Hank Cosby on saxophone.

1966 #13 #7 #29 #11 6 (21) AINT TOO PROUD TO BEGTEMPTATIONS KASUKU MAFIA TENOR/BARITONE TENOR TENOR TENOR

DONT MESS WITH BILLMARVELETTES KASUKU MAFIA (NORRIS PATTERSON) GET READY-TEMPTATIONS GOING TO A GO-GO- THE MIRACLES GOT TO GET YOU INTO MY LIFECLIFF BENNETT & THE REBEL ROUSERS SID PHILLIPS and MAURICE GROVES HARLEM NOCTURNE-VISCOUNTS HOLD ON IM A COMIN-SAM & DAVE HARRY HALLER ANDREW LOVE KASUKU MAFIA KASUKU MAFIA

SAX SECTION TENOR TENOR TENOR ALTO TENOR BARITONE TENOR BARITONE BARITONE

#39 #21 #1 29 #20

(22) HOW SWEET IT IS (TO BE LOVED BY YOU) JR. WALKER & THE ALLSTARS JR. WALKER I GOT YOU (I FEEL GOOD)-JAMES BROWN (IM A) ROAD RUNNERJR. WALKER & THE ALLSTARS MACEO PARKER JR. WALKER MIKE TERRY

#6 #9 #5 #13

(22) LAND OF 1000 DANCES-WILSON PICKET CHARLIE CHALMERS LOVE IS LIKE AN ITCHING IN MY HEARTSUPREMES MIKE TERRY MY WORLD IS EMPTY WITHOUT YOUSUPREMES (20) OPUS 17 (DONT YOU WORRYBOUT ME) ?

THE FOUR SEASONS #10 37 SUMMERTIME-BILLY STEWART LP credits for alto include THINKCHRIS FARLOWE & THUNDERBIRDS

? ?

BARITONE ALTO

BUNKY GREEN and GEORGE PATTERSON .

BARITONE with HORN SECTION BARITONE HORN SECTION TENOR

#12 #17 39

(3) THIS OLD HEART OF MINE-ISLEY BROTHERS MIKE TERRY WARM AND TENDER LOVE-PERCY SLEDGE YOU CANT SIT DOWNPHILIP UPCHURCH COMBO ? DAVID BROOKS

1967

#29

BRING IT UP-JAMES BROWN ? SAX SECTION CD credits-Alfred Pee Wee Ellis (alto saxophone, organ); St. Clair Pinckney (tenor & baritone saxophones); Eldee Williams, Maceo Parker (tenor saxophone); Recorded live at The Apollo Theatre, New York, New York from June 16-25, 1967. COLD SWEAT-JAMES BROWN Hi, John I've just finally got through ALL of the 76 pages which I actually printed out (!) back in January. (Here's me thinking they were the de facto 'forty top solos'...DOH!) Anyway, it was gratifying to see the names of all those guys - personal LEGENDS & boyhood HEROES - who've inspired ME: a bit like revisiting the musical family album. However, I'd just like to comment on one entry:1967 COLD SWEAT - JAMES BROWN I think youll find Maceo Parker played (admittedly lightertoned) TENOR - not alto - on this and his other J.B. solo features. He eventually switched to ALTO at the boss's behest MACEO PARKER TENOR

#7

at the beginning of 1973 upon returning to the fold: reformed as Fred Wesley & The JB's. N.B. Doing It To Death plus the album track Damn Right I Am Somebody which I vividly recall hearing as it blared out of a boutique and going "Hey, that alto players Maceo!, dashing in and demanding to see the LP cover!! He even confirmed this to me personally in the early 90s when I met him & his Roots Revisited band fellow blowers Fred & Pee Wee Ellis in Germany and remarked how Pee Wee had gone back to his native Tenor from Alto, thus theyd effectively switched horns (again)! Maceo had been hired together with and at the insistence of his brother drummer Melvin - met HIM at that gig, too!! because he owned a baritone but later it was obvious he was a star tenor soloist-in-waiting...so poor old St. Clair Pinckney got shunted to bari. N.B 1967 Get It Together where you hear the Godfather exhorting Pinck while declaiming his mutual Augusta, Georgia background, not to mention Cold Sweat itself. IN FACT...if you listen closely to the out-chorus solos on the full, dry & pre-speeded-up [Eb] version of Papas Got A Brand New Bag available on the absolutely essential Polydor Showtime 4 x CD set: You can hear Maceo play bari in the section, switch to tenor for that classic serpentine funkdefining solo, then back for a subsequent bari solo. Truly a landmark recording. Best Wishes and Keep up the good work, Gaz Gaskell http://www.GazGaskell.com #8 36 (43) FUNKY BROADWAY-WILSON PICKETT GUNS OF NAVARONE-SKATALITES CHARLIE CHALMERS ? TENOR

SAX/BRASS SECTION The Skatalites were among the original pioneers of Ska, the sound of independent Jamaica. From the Studio One sessions in Kingston the band found favour with the British Mod scene and crossed over to pop with the hit Guns Of Navarone, then presided over the shift from Ska to Rocksteady. Line up of the musicians over the years; Roland Alphonso-(tenor sax), Tommy McCook (tenor sax), Ska Campbell-(tenor sax), Lester Sterling-(alto sax), Lloyd Brevett-(bass), Lloyd Knibbs-

(drums), Arkland Drumbago Parks-(drums), Bill Smith(piano), Jackie Mittoo-(piano), Theophilus Beckford-(piano), Devon James-(guitar), Jerome Jah Jerry Hines-(guitar), Ernest Ranglin-(guitar), Lyn Taitt-(guitar), Nathan Breedlove-(trumpet), Johnny Dizzy Moore-(trumpet), Baba Brooks-(trumpet), Will Clark-(trombone), Emmanuel Rico Rodriguez-(trombone) , Don Drummond-(trombone/leader- died May 6, 1969), Karl Bryan- (baritone) , Doreen Schaffer(vocals). #31 #2 #4 HEY, LEROY, YOUR MAMAS CALLIN YOUJIMMY CASTOR BUNCH JIMMY CASTOR (1) I HEARD IT THROUGH THE GRAPEVINEGLADYS KNIGHT & THE PIPS KING CURTIS I SECOND THAT EMOTIONSMOKEY ROBINSON & THE MIRACLES MEMPHIS SOUL STEW-KING CURTIS MERCY, MERCY, MERCYMUSIC TO WATCH GIRLS GO BYBOB CREWE GENERATION ODE TO BILLY JOE-KINGPINS PUCKER UP BUTTERCUPJR. WALKER & THE ALLSTARS (10) RESPECT-ARETHA FRANKLIN TRUMPET

TENOR TENOR

? TENOR with BRASS SECTION KING CURTIS CANNONBALL ADDERLEY ? KING CURTIS JR. WALKER KING CURTIS PHALON JONES TENOR ALTO TENOR ALTO TENOR TENOR TENOR

#33 #5 #15 #28 #31 #1

#17 SOUL FINGER-BAR-KAYS duet with BEN CAULEY

#22 THE LOOK OF LOVE-DUSTY SPRINGFIELD DENNIS SPRINGER TENOR A couple of older musician-friends, plus one or two web addresses, suggest it was RONNIE SCOTT. Andy W. 35 TRAIN TOUR TO THE RAINBOW CITYPYRAMIDS (JAMAICA) ? TENOR

1968

2 #24 #5 #1 #31 #9

BEND ME SHAKE ME-AMEN CORNER COME SEE ABOUT MEJR. WALKER & THE ALLSTARS GIRL WATCHER-THE OKAYSIONS GRAZING IN THE GRASS-HUGH MASEKELA HIP CITYJR. WALKER & THE ALLSTARS

MIKE SMITH ALLEN JONES JR. WALKER JIM SPEIDEL RON TURNER AL ABREAU JR. WALKER

TENOR BARITONE TENOR TENOR w/ TRUMPET TENOR TENOR

I CANT STOP DANCINGARCHIE BELL & THE DRELLS ? TENOR w/ BRASS Several names are associated with this bands horn section depending upon the source; Michael Pedicin, Jr., Sam Peake, Sam Reed, Clarence Harper, Nelson Mills and Leroy Lewis. Per http://www.soul-patrol.com/philly/archie.html the brass section were, Clarence Harper, Nelson Mills, and Leroy Lewis. I do not know who played sax. #11 ? TENOR ? BARITONE CD credits-saxophones-Lanny Austin, Thomas "Beans" Bowles, Teddy Buckner, Ted Buckner, Angelo Carlisi, Hank Cosby, Lefty Edwards, Eli Fontaine, Kasuku Mafia, Eugene BeeBee Moore, Larry Nozero, Bernie Peacock, Ernie Rodgers, Eugene Rodgers, Andrew Mike Terry, Danny Turner IM AN URBAN SPACEMANBONZO DOG DOO-DAH BAND BOB KERR SOPRANO IF YOU CAN WANT-THE MIRACLES

5 #4

(1) LADY MADONNA-BEATLES RONNIE SCOTT (solo) TENOR Per liner notes; recorded at Abbey Road 2/3/68, Ronnie Scott (ts), Harry Klein (bs), Bill Povey (ts) and Bill Jackman (bs). Sax Section followed by TENOR solo. LICKING STICK (PART 1)-JAMES BROWN MACEO PARKER ALTO

#14

#7

MY SPECIAL ANGEL-VOGUES

PLAS JOHNSON

TENOR

#14 SEE SAW-ARETHA FRANKLIN ? SAX SECTION with BRASS CD credits- KING CURTIS-TENOR, SELDON POWELL-TENOR, WILLIE BRIDGES-BARI, CHARLES CHALMERS-TENOR, HAYWOOD HENRY-BARI, ANDREW LOVE-TENOR, FLOYD NEWMAN-BARI, FRANK WESS-TENOR #23 #3 (43) SOUL SERENADE-WILLIE MITCHELL CHARLIE CHALMERS TENOR

(46) SPOOKYCLASSICS IV MIKE (SHARP) SHAPIRO TENOR Once the group signed with The Lowery Music Group out of Atlanta, Georgia and Capitol records, The Classics IV rerecorded Spooky. The song was originally an instrumental regional hit by Mike Sharp, a talented saxophone player. J.R. Cobb and producer Buddy Buie added lyrics to it and the rest is history.

Two web sites that credit Jim Pepper as the soloist; http://www.inmotionmagazine.com/pepper.html http://tools.search.yahoo.com/language/translation/translatedPage. php?tt=url&text=http %3a//www.jazzpoint.at/chronik/jim_pepper.4.php&lp=de_en However, the following clears up the issue; This is Joe G. (Joe Glickman) I am the biographer on The Classics IV and their archivist. I started a documentary on the group about 7 years ago and traveled around the country gathering over 30 interviews with producers, writers, session musicians and band members of The Classics IV. I can say with 100% CERTAINTY that Mike Shapiro IS the sax player on SPOOKY. By the way, the reason he didnt play on some of the other records (the ones Ray Jarrel played on) was because Mike was a bit hard to work with in the studio. He had a very good concept of how he wanted the solos, which differed from Buddy Buies ideas of mainstream pop. Theres a bit of a tone-break at the end of the solo that Mike insisted on re-recording, but Buddy wouldnt let him. Now, Ive interviewed on video: Buddy Buie (producer/writer), J.R. Cobb (guitarist/writer), Dennis St. John (session drummer), Emory Gordy, Jr. (session bass player), Wally Eaton (session cowbell and whistler - road bass player), Bill Lowery (producer/publisher), Dennis Yost (lead singer) as well as Mike Shapiro himself. They were all at the session and played on the entire Spooky album. All of them told

me that Mike Shapiro recorded the sax solo and Mike remembers, too. It doesnt get much more conclusive than that. English White was a sax player that was brought in later during the Traces road tour to fill in for the sax. Mike did not tour at all and the band had been playing for a while with Auburn Burrell filling in the sax solos on lead guitar. That was hurting their reception since the sax had a lot to do with their sound. The only reason I can figure a few sites credit Jim Pepper is because one started it and the others follow. Try checking the internet and some fairly accredited recording publications, like ROLLING STONE, and ALL MUSIC GUIDE, and they all credit Wally Eaton on rhythm guitar and Joe Wilson on bass. WRONG! Wally was the bass player and Joe Wilson played keyboards. They only played their true instruments on their very first records on the Capitol Label and also contributed other instrumentation in the studio for the hits, but they were the touring band and the ORIGINAL Classics IV members. There are SEVERAL people who have claimed to have recorded the sax solo on Spooky. I still get e-mails from fans who bump into these nut jobs. I dont know how someone can take credit for something they didn't do, but Im sure after a while they start believing their own lies. There was a fake CLASSICS IV that I had to fight to get the trademark back from a few years ago (and did, successfully) so theyre out there....I just don't understand it and I wont try. Whoever that is that said Jim laughed while looking back on recording Spooky probably should know that Jim was laughing because the guy was buying his made-up story. Jim Pepper did NOT record Spooky. PERIOD. And if anyone that represents him wants to challenge me on that - BRING IT ON. Oh - Um....Have a nice day everybody else. Hope that helped! Joe Glickman www.classicsiv.com By the way, Mike Shapiro recorded under the name Mike Sharpe because Shapiro wasn't Gentile enough for the recording industry at the time. That is a comment made by Buddy Buie to me. Shapiro played at The Houndstooth in Atlanta with Harry Middlebrooks early on and Emory Gordy, Jr. and Dennis St. John both played on Mikes instrumental version, as well as The Classics IVs, which came out nearly a year before The Classics IVs version. Mike Sharpe recorded on the same label, but at a studio down the road from

Lowerys. Buie and Cobb heard the instrumental and added lyrics to it. The rest is history. Thats the story. Joe Glickman Classics IV Biographer #5 STORMY-CLASSICS IV (DENNIS YOST) RAY JARRELL ALTO MIKE (SHARP) SHAPIRO wrote the solo for STORMY but was not availiable the day they did the final cut per Mikes friend, Charles A. King. #2 7 #7 THE HORSE-CLIFF NOBLES & CO. THE RED BALLOON-DAVE CLARK FIVE & BRASS SECTION MIKE TERRY DENNIS PAYTON BARITONE TENOR

THINK-ARETHA FRANKLIN ? ALTO CD credits- KING CURTIS-TENOR, SELDON POWELL-TENOR, WILLIE BRIDGES-BARI, CHARLES CHALMERS-TENOR, HAYWOOD HENRY-BARI, ANDREW LOVE-TENOR, FLOYD NEWMAN-BARI, FRANK WESS-TENOR This is most likely KING- Gio Washington-Wright

#1

TIGHTEN UP-ARCHIE BELL & THE DRELLS Several names are associated with this bands horn section depending upon the source; Michael Pedicin, Jr., Sam Peake, Sam Reed, Clarence Harper, Nelson Mills and Leroy Lewis. Per http://www.soul-patrol.com/philly/archie.html the brass section were, Clarence Harper, Nelson Mills, and Leroy Lewis. I do not know who played sax.

1969 #2 #19 10 #1 1 AND WHEN I DIE-BLOOD, SWEAT & TEARS EVERYDAY WITH YOU GIRLCLASSICS IV (DENNIS YOST) GET READY-TEMPTATIONS FRED LIPSIUS ALTO ALTO TENOR SAX SECTION SOPRANO

MIKE (SHARP) SHAPIRO KASUKU MAFIA BOBBY KEYS ?

(1) HONKY TONK WOMEN-ROLLING STONES

(IF PARADISE IS) HALF AS NICEAMEN CORNER

The Amen Corner were a Welsh R&B-tinged pop band of the 60s featuring singer Andy Fairweather-Low, organist Blue Weaver, guitarist Neil Jones, bassist Clive Taylor, saxophonists Allen Jones and Mike Smith, and drummer Dennis Bryon. #10 #3 OH,WHAT A NIGHT-DELLS GENE BARGE a/k/a DADDY G TENOR

SOULFUL STRUT-YOUNG-HOLT UNLIMITED ? TENOR Eldee Young (bass) and Redd Holt (drums) did not perform on the record. It was performed by the Brunswick Records studio band. #16 #3 #2 #35 THESE EYESJR. WALKER & THE ALLSTARS TOUCH ME-DOORS TRACES-CLASSICS IV (DENNIS YOST) JR. WALKER CURTIS AMY RAY JARREL TENOR TENOR TENOR

WE GOT MORE SOUL-DYKE AND THE BLAZERS BERNARD WILLIAMS and CLARENCE TOWNS-dominant BARI SAX w/HORN SECTION #4 #18 WHAT DOES IT TAKE (TO WIN YOUR LOVE)JR. WALKER & THE ALLSTARS JR. WALKER WHEN I DIE-MOTHERLODE STEVE KENNEDY TENOR TENOR

1970 #39 COME RUNNING-VAN MORRISON COLLIN TILTON TENOR #9 JACK SCHROER ALTO

DOMINO-VAN MORRISON (per album credits)VAN MORRISON (ts), JACK SCHROER (as, bs, ss), KEITH JOHNSON (trumpet) DO YOU SEE MY LOVEJR. WALKER & THE ALLSTARS GET READY-RARE EARTH GOTTA HOLD ON TO THIS FEELINGJR. WALKER GIL BRIDGES TENOR TENOR

#4 #4 #21

JR. WALKER & THE ALLSTARS

JR. WALKER

TENOR

#25 SUGAR SUGAR-WILSON PICKETT ? SAX SECTION w/ BRASS The CD titled "A Man And A Half: Best Of Wilson Pickett" lists the following personnel but I could not confirm the players on this specific hit; Charles Packy Axton, King Curtis, Charles Chalmers, Andrew Love (tenor saxophone), Floyd Newman (baritone saxophone) and Clarence Satchel (saxophone). #13 #7 11 SUPER BAD-JAMES BROWN ROBERT CHOPPER McCOLLOUGH TENOR TENOR TENOR

THE LETTER-JOE COCKER with LEON RUSSELL BOBBY KEYS THE WEAVERS ANSWER-FAMILY JIM KING

1971

#35 #1 #1 #4 #2 #2 #28

ALL DAY MUSIC-WAR (2) BROWN SUGAR-ROLLING STONES

CHARLES MILLER BOBBY KEYS

TENOR TENOR SOPRANO TENOR TENOR ALTO

(6) ITS TOO LATECAROLE KING (per L.P. credits) CURTIS AMY MERCY MERCY ME (THE ECCOLOGY)MARVIN GAYE (per CD credit) RAINY DAYS AND MONDAYS-CARPENTERS WHATS GOING ON-MARVIN GAYE WILD BILL MOORE BOB MESSENGER ELI FONTAINE

WILD NIGHT-VAN MORRISON JACK SCHROER TENOR Sounds like the sax was played through an effects unit which altered the tone. 1972

#10 #8 #1 #3 #1 #7

BANG A GONG (GET IT ON)-T. REX

IAN MCDONALD

BARITONE SAX SECTION ALTO ALTO TENOR TRUMPET ALTO

HONKY CAT-ELTON JOHN JEAN LOUIS CHAUTEMPS and ALAIN HATOT ME AND MRS. JONESBILLY PAUL LEON ZACH ZACHERY

OH, BABE, WHAT WOULD YOU SAY?HURRICANE SMITH FRANKIE HARDCASTLE SUPERSTITION-STEVIE WONDER THE WORLD IS A GHETTO-WAR TREVOR LAWRENCE STEVE MADAIO CHARLES MILLER

1973 1 #14 #31 #1 #29 ANGEL FINGERSWIZZARD NICK PENTELOW, MIKE BURNEY, ROY WOOD DONT LET ME BE LONELY TONIGHTJAMES TAYLOR ECSTASY-OHIO PLAYERS

SAX SECTION TENOR

MICHAEL BRECKER

CLARENCE SATCH SATCHELL TENOR EDGAR WINTER ALTO

(13) FRANKENSTEIN-EDGAR WINTER GROUP FUNKY STUFF-KOOL & THE GANG SAX/BRASS SECTION RONALD BELL (sax), DENNIS DEE TEE THOMAS (sax), ROBERT MICKENS (trumpet) HELLO ITS ME-TODD RUNDGREN I WISH IT COULD BE CHRISTMAS EVERY DAY-WIZZARD JUST YOU N ME-CHICAGO LETS GET IT ON-MARVIN GAYE MICHAEL BRECKER SOPRANO

#5 4

NICK PENTELOW TENOR MIKE BURNEY or ROY WOOD BARITONE WALT PARAZADER ERNIE WATTS SOPRANO ALTO

#4 #1

#15 #13 #16 10 1

ME AND BABY BROTHER-WAR MONEY-PINK FLOYD MY MUSIC-LOGGINS & MESSINA PYJAMARAMA-ROXY MUSIC SEE MY BABY JIVEWIZZARD SORROW-DAVID BOWIE YOUR MAMA DONT DANCELOGGINS & MESSINA (10) WALK ON THE WILD SIDE-LOU REED

CHARLES MILLER DICK PARRY JON CLARKE AL GARTH ANDY MACKAY

ALTO TENOR BARITONE TENOR ALTO

NICK PENTELOW, MIKE BURNEY, ROY WOOD SAX SECTION with ALTO and BARITONE solos. DAVID BOWIE JON CLARKE AL GARTH RONNIE ROSS ALTO BARITONE TENOR BARITONE

3 #4

#16

1974 #4 #2 #29 (15) BITCH IS BACK-ELTON JOHN DO IT (TIL YOURE SATISFIED)B.T. EXPRESS LENNY PICKET TENOR

BILL RISBROOK

ALTO TENOR w/ SAX SECTION TENOR ALTO

FUNKY STUFF-KOOL & THE GANG DENNIS DEE TEE THOMAS HORN SECTION #6 HOLLYWOOD SWINGING-KOOL & THE GANG DENNIS DEE TEE THOMAS #2 15 JAZZMAN-CAROLE KING LAUGHTER IN THE RAIN-NEIL SEDAKA TOM SCOTT JIM HORN

#5 (34) MOCKINGBIRD-CARLY SIMON & JAMES TAYLOR MICHAEL BRECKER TENOR #5 OH MY MY-RINGO STARRTOM SCOTT TENOR

#31

PAPA DONT TAKE NO MESS-JAMES BROWN ? ALTO CD creditsSAINT CLAIR PINCKNEY-TENOR, DAVID SANBORN-ALTO, PEE WEE ELLIS-BARI, MACEO PARKER-ALTO, EDDIE DANIELS-REEDS, JOE FARRELL-TENOR, DAVID TOFANI-REEDS, FRANK VICARI-TENOR PLEASE MR. POSTMAN-CARPENTERS SMOKE GETS IN YOUR EYESBRYAN FERRY THE MAN WHO SOLD THE WORLD-LULU (1) WATERLOO-ABBA BOB MESSENGER DOUG STRONG CHRIS MERCER DAVID BOWIE CHRISTER EKLUND TENOR BARITONE TENOR ALTO TENOR

#1 17 3 #6 #1

WHATEVER GETS YOU THROUGH THE NIGHT- BOBBY KEYS TENOR JOHN LENNON with THE PLASTIC ONO NUCLEAR BAND and ELTON JOHN (backing vocal)

#39

(WERE GONNA) ROCK AROUND THE CLOCKBILL HALEY AND HIS COMETS-repopularized due to tvs HAPPY DAYS JOEY DAMBROSIA TENOR

1975

#35 #23 #10

BLOODY WELL RIGHT-SUPERTRAMP BORN TO RUN-BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN

JOHN HELLIWELL CLARENCE CLEMONS

TENOR TENOR

CUT THE CAKE-AVERAGE WHITE BAND ROGER BALL & MALCOLM MOLLY DUNCAN BILL RISBROOK

SAX SECTION ALTO

#4 EXPRESS-B.T. EXPRESS w/HORN SECTION #5

HOW SWEET IT IS (TO BE LOVED BY YOU) JAMES TAYLOR DAVID SANBORN

ALTO

38 #39 #12 #1 #1 2 #7 #3 #22 #1 #5 #33 #28

I DO, I DO, I DO, I DO, I DOABBA IF I EVER LOSE THIS HEAVENAVERAGE WHITE BAND

ULF ANDERSSON SAX SECTION MALCOLM MOLLY DUNCAN TENOR

ITS A MIRACLE-BARRY MANILOWARTIE KAPLAN & STAN SCHWARTZ LAUGHTER IN THE RAIN-NEIL SEDAKA (6) LISTEN TO WHAT THE MAN SAID-WINGS JIM HORN

TENOR/BARITONE ALTO SOPRANO SAX SECTION ALTO TENOR TENOR TENOR TENOR ALTO ALTO

TOM SCOTT LOVE IS THE DRUG-ROXY MUSIC LOW RIDERWAR MIRACLES-JEFFERSON STARSHIP OPERATOR-MANHATTAN TRANSFER (6) PICK UP THE PIECESAVERAGE WHITE BAND POETRY MAN-PHOEBE SNOW SWEET STICKY THINGOHIO PLAYERS ANDY MACKAY CHARLES MILLER IRV COX MICHAEL BRECKER MALCOLM MOLLY DUNCAN ZOOT SIMS CLARENCE SATCH SATCHELL DAVID SANBORN

(18) YOUNG AMERICANS-DAVID BOWIE

1976

17

DANCE THE BODY DANCEOSIBISA

TEDDY OSEI MAC TONTOH

TENOR TRUMPET

#29

DID YOU BOOGIE (WITH YOUR BABY)FLASH CADILLAC & THE CONTINENTAL KIDS DWIGHT BEMENT (behind Wolfman Jacks narration)

TENOR

#15 1 4 #30 #40 #7

I DO, I DO, I DO, I DO, I DOABBA

ULF ANDERSSON ?

SAX SECTION SOPRANO

(IF PARADISE IS) HALF AS NICEAMEN CORNER LETS STICK TOGETHERBRYAN FERRY LOVE IS THE DRUG-ROXY MUSIC QUEEN OF MY SOULAVERAGE WHITE BAND

CHRIS MERCER ANDY MACKAY MALCOLM MOLLY DUNCAN

TENOR SAX SECTION TENOR

SHES GONEDARYL HALL & JOHN OATS JOE FARRELL SOPRANO (may have been a TENOR played through a synthesizer or digitizer to take it up an octave to sound like a SOPRANO) #1 SILLY LOVE SONGS-WINGS ? TENOR CD saxophone credits-NORMAN RAY, THADEUS RICHARD, BILLY PUITT, HOWIE CASEY STILL CRAZY AFTER ALL THESE YEARSPAUL SIMON MICHAEL BRECKER SUMMER-WAR SUNSHINE DAY-OSIBISA TAKING IT TO THE STREETSTHE DOOBIE BROTHERS CHARLES MILLER TEDDY OSEI ANDREW WHITE TENOR ALTO TENOR TENOR

#40 #7 17 #13 #12

THERES A KIND OF HUSH (ALL OVER THE WORLD)CARPENTERS BOB MESSENGER TENOR JIM HORN BARITONE (5) TONIGHTS THE NIGHT-ROD STEWART JERRY JUMONVILLE TENOR

#1 1

UNDER THE MOON OF LOVE-SHOWADDYWADDY- JEFF DALY ? TENOR Plas Johnson and Daly were credited as guest players on this recording. Plas Johnson states that he did not perform on this recording. #20 YOUNG HEARTS RUN FREE-CANDI STATON MICHAEL BRECKER TENOR

1977 #26 1 ARIEL-DEAN FRIEDMAN GEORGE YOUNG TENOR

CHANSON DAMOURMANHATTEN TRANSFER JAY MIGLIORI TENOR Hi John, I believe that the sax player was Jay Migliori and that he was playing a tenor sax. Best wishes, Russ Paris, Webmaster The Manhattan Transfer Fan Club http://www.tmtfanclub.com Also confirmed by Stuart Colman.

DADDY COOL/THE GIRL CANT HELP IT THE DARTS NIGEL TRUBRIDGE

TENOR

14 DANCIN IN THE MOONLIGHT (ITS CAUGHT ME IN THE SPOTLIGHT)THIN LIZZY JOHN HELLIWELL TENOR #18 #11 #1 #15 5 #22 #1 DAZZ-BRICK JUST REMEMBER I LOVE YOU-FIREFALL (1) WHEN I NEED YOU-LEO SAYER (29) GIVE A LITTLE BIT-SUPERTRAMP NATIVE NEW YORKER-ODYSSEY SAVE IT FOR A RAINY DAYSTEPHEN BISHOP JIMMY BROWN DAVID MUSE BOBBY KEYS JOHN HELLIWELL ALTO ALTO TENOR ALTO

MICHAEL BRECKER ? TENOR RAY PIZZI TENOR

SIR DUKE-STEVIE WONDER TREVOR LAURENCE (ts) HANK REDD (as) SAX SECTION w/ BRASS #9 SMOKE FROM A DISTANT FIRESANFORD/TOWNSEND BAND (31) YEAR OF THE CAT-AL STEWART OTIS HALE JON CLARKE PHIL KENZIE TENOR SOPRANO ALTO

#8

1978

#28 #2 2 3 #19 18 #4 #12 #22 #9 1 #3 #4 #5 8 #2 #3

ALMOST SUMMER-CELEBRATION (3) BAKER STREET-GERRY RAFFERTY COME BACK MY LOVE-THE DARTS DANCING IN THE CITYMARSHALL HAIN DEACON BLUES-STEELY DAN DONT LET IT FADE AWAY-THE DARTS FEELS SO GOOD-CHUCK MANGIONE FOOL IF YOU THINK ITS OVERCHRIS REA (49) FM (NO STATIC AT ALL)STEELY DAN (33) GOT TO GET YOU INTO MY LIFEEARTH, WIND & FIRE HIT ME WITH YOUR RHYTHM STICKIAN DURY & THE BLOCKHEADS HOW MUCH I FEEL-AMBROSIA I JUST WANNA STOP-GINO VANNELLI I LOVE THE NIGHTLIFEALICIA BRIDGES INSTANT REPLAY-DAN HARTMAN ITS RAINING-THE DARTS

CHARLES LLOYD RAPHAEL RAVENSCROFT NIGEL TRUBRIDGE CHRIS MERCER PETE CHRISTLIEB NIGEL TRUBRIDGE CHRIS VADALA STEVE GRAINGER PETE CHRISTLIEB DON MYRICK DAVEY PAYNE KEVIN KUPTZ ERNIE WATTS TOM SCOTT EDGAR WINTER NIGEL TRUBRIDGE PHIL WOODS

TENOR ALTO ALTO TENOR TENOR ALTO TENOR SOPRANO TENOR

SAX SECTION TENOR TENOR TENOR ALTO ALTO ALTO ALTO

(19) JUST THE WAY YOU ARE-BILLY JOEL

#1 #17 #21 5 #24 1

(3) MISS YOU-ROLLING STONES (35) MOVIN OUT-BILLY JOEL NATIVE NEW YORKER-ODYSSEY NEVER LET HER SLIP AWAYANDREW GOLD ONLY THE GOOD DIE YOUNG-BILLY JOEL

MEL COLLINS RICHIE CANNATA MICHAEL BRECKER ? ERNIE WATTS RICHIE CANNATA

TENOR TENOR TENOR TENOR ALTO

RAT TRAPBOOMTOWN RATS ? TENOR From a UK contributor; the first BOOMTOWN RATS album featured ALBIE DONNELLY on sax. The next five albums featured BOB GELDOF on sax and RAT TRAP is on the 2nd album. Another UK contributor indicates that it was Alan Holmes. From Albie Donnelly web site; Dear John, Ive just asked Albie about RAT TRAP - the answer, its two saxophone players on that song. Albie played the end of the solo on the song, Albie cant remember the name of the other guy. Its definitely not Bob Geldof! Bye, Bernie Zylka 3/27/2002 #7 #6 TIME PASSAGES-AL STEWART YOU BELONG TO ME-CARLY SIMON PHIL KENZIE DAVID SANBORN ALTO ALTO

1979

#2 4 #14 #34 #1 6

(4) AFTER THE LOVE HAS GONEEARTH, WIND & FIRE ANGEL EYES-ROXY MUSIC BIG SHOT-BILLY JOEL BUSTIN LOOSE PART 1CHUCK BROWN & THE SOUL SEARCHERS (1) DA YA THINK IM SEXY?-ROD STEWART DUKE OF EARL-THE DARTS

DON MYRICK ANDY MACKAY RICHIE CANNATA

ALTO TENOR SAX SECTION TENOR TENOR ALTO

LEROY FLEMING TOM SCOTT

NIGEL TRUBRIDGE

10 #20 #8 #24 3 #3 #28 #7 7 3 #25 #29 #36 #6 17

GET IT-THE DARTS HEART OF THE NIGHT-POCO LOTTA LOVE-NICOLETTE LARSON MORNING DANCE-SPYRO GYRA MY GIRL-MADNESS MY LIFE-BILLY JOEL OLD TIME ROCK & ROLL-BOB SEGER OOH BABY BABY-LINDA RONSTADT ONE STEP BEYOND-MADNESS REASONS TO BE CHEERFULIAN DURY & THE BLOCKHEADS SHADOWS IN THE MOONLIGHTANNE MURRAY SONG ON THE RADIO-AL STEWART (5) STREET LIFE-CRUSADERS (7) THE LOGICAL SONG-SUPERTRAMP THIS IS IT-DAN HARTMAN

NIGEL TRUBRIDGE PHIL KENZIE LON PRICE JAY BECKENSTEIN LEE KIX THOMPSON RICHIE CANNATA ALTO REED DAVID SANBORN LEE KIX THOMPSON DAVEY PAYNE VERN DORGE? PHIL KENZIE WILTON FELDER JOHN HELLIWELL EDGAR WINTER

TENOR ALTO TENOR ALTO TENOR SOPRANO TENOR ALTO TENOR TENOR TENOR ALTO TENOR ALTO ALTO

1980 3 #3 #10 #10 #1 BAGGY TROUSERS-MADNESS BIGGEST PART OF ME-AMBROSIA COOL CHANGE-LITTLE RIVER BAND LEE KIX THOMPSON ERNIE WATTS BILL HARROWER BARITONE TENOR TENOR ALTO TENOR

(/CAN) ECHO BEACH-MARTHA AND THE MUFFINS ANDY HAAS (2) FUNKYTOWN-LIPPS, INC. DALE MENDENHALL

1 #18 #5

GENO-DEXYS MIDNIGHT RUNNERS

J. B. BLYTE STEVE BABYFACE SPOONER CHRIS VADALA

TENOR ALTO TENOR

GIVE IT ALL YOU GOT-CHUCK MANGIONE IM COMING OUT-DIANA ROSS

? TENOR with horn section LARRY WILLIAMS or EDDIE DANIELS- per Gio Washington-Wright INHERIT THE WIND-JAZZ CRUSADERS BOBBY WOMACK (vocal) WILTON FELDER TENOR ALTO ALTO

39 #1 #17 #6

(14) ITS STILL ROCK AND ROLL TO MEBILLY JOEL RICHIE CANNATA JOJO-BOZ SCAGGS ADRIAN TAPIA

(58) LATE IN THE EVENINGPAUL SIMON DAVE TOFANI & GERRY NIEWOOD w/ BRASS #10 11 #3 #24 LET ME LOVE YOU TONIGHTPURE PRAIRIE LEAGUE LETS HANG ON-THE DARTS (33) LITTLE JEANNIE-ELTON JOHN MIDNIGHT ROCKS-AL STEWART

SAX SECTION

DAVID SANBORN NIGEL TRUBRIDGE JIM HORN BRYAN SAVAGE SAXA RAPHAEL RAVENSCROFT GARY HERBIG CORNELIUS BUMPUS DAVID SANBORN BOBBY NAVARRETE

ALTO TENOR TENOR ALTO TENOR ALTO & TENOR ALTO TENOR ALTO TENOR

(4) MIRROR IN THE BATHROOM-BEAT #10 #5 #5 #28 #18 #5 MORE LOVE-KIM CARNES ON THE RADIO-DONNA SUMMER REAL LOVE-DOOBIE BROTHERS THE SEDUCTION-JAMES LAST BAND TOGETHER-TIERRA

TOO HOT-KOOL & THE GANG ? TENOR Originally formed as a quartet, the Jazziacs, by Robert Kool Bell-bass, Robert Spike Mickens-trumpet, Robert The

Captain Bell, later known by his Muslim name Amir Bayyansaxophone, keyboards and Dennis D.T. Thomas-saxophone. Based in Jersey City, this aspiring jazz group opened for acts such as Pharaoh Sanders and Leone Thomas. They were later joined by Charles Claydes Smith-guitar and Funky George Brown-drums, and as the Soul Town Band, moderated their early direction by blending soul and funk, a transition completed by 1969 when they settled on the name Kool And The Gang. The original six members remained with the group into the 80s. 6 #7 #13 #26 TOM HARK-PIRANHAS YOU MAY BE RIGHT-BILLY JOEL YOURE THE ONLY WOMAN-AMBROSIA WHY ME-STYX ZOOT ALORS RICHARD CANNATA ERNIE WATTS STEVE EISEN TENOR TENOR ALTO ALTO

1981 #17 #1 #1 #2 #18 #8 #7 #33 #39 AINT EVEN DONE WITH THE NIGHT JOHN COUGAR

DAVID WOODFORD

TENOR TENOR ALTO ALTO ALTO TENOR TENOR TENOR TENOR

ALL MY ROWDY FRIENDS ARE COMING OVER TONIGHT HANK WILLIAMS JR. JERRY MCKINNEY (7) ARTHURS THEME-CHRISTOPHER CROSS (1) BEING WITH YOU-SMOKEY ROBINSON COME GO WITH ME-BEACH BOYS GIVING IT UP FOR YOUR LOVEDELBERT MCCLINTON HARD TO SAY-DAN FOGELBERG HE CANT LOVE YOUMICHAEL STANLEY BAND I CAN TAKE CARE OF MYSELFBILLY VERA ERNIE WATTS JOEL C.PESKIN JOEL C.PESKIN ROBERT HARWELL TOM SCOTT CLARENCE CLEMONS LON PRICE

with SAX/BRASS SECTION #3 #19 4 1 #2 I DONT NEED YOU-KENNY ROGERS I MISSED AGAIN-PHIL COLLINS IT MUST BE LOVE-MADNESS JEALOUS GUY-ROXY MUSIC REV DAVE BORUFF DON MYRICK LEE KIX THOMPSON ANDY MACKAY ALTO TENOR TENOR ALTO

(34) JUST THE TWO OF USGROVER WASHINGTON, JR. with BILL WITHERS GROVER WASHINGTON, JR. SAME OLD LANG SYNE-DAN FOGELBERG SAY GOODBYE TO HOLLYWOODBILLY JOEL SUPER FREAK-RICK JAMES THERES NO GETTING OVER MERONNIE MILSAP THIS LITTLE GIRL-GARY U.S. BONDS TOUCH ME WHEN WERE DANCINGCARPENTERS (45) URGENT-FOREIGNER WAITING ON A FRIEND-ROLLING STONES (55) WERE IN THIS LOVE TOGETHERAL JARREAU WILL YOU-HAZEL OCONNER MICHAEL BRECKER RICHIE CANNATA DANIEL LEMELLE RONALD EADES CLARENCE CLEMONS BOB MESSENGER JR. WALKER SONNY ROLLINS LON PRICE WESLEY MCGOOGAN

TENOR SOPRANO TENOR TENOR ALTO TENOR TENOR TENOR TENOR ALTO ALTO

#9 #17 #16 #5 #11 #16 #4 50 #15 8

1982

#12

BOBBIE SUE-OAK RIDGE BOYS

TENOR

John, On the CD package, horn credits are listed under "The Muscle Shoals Horns," including Ronnie Eades (Baritone Sax) and Harvey Thompson (Tenor and Alto Sax). Thank you for your interest in The Oak Ridge Boys! The Oak Ridge Boys International Fan Club #21 #23 BIG FUN-KOOL & THE GANG DENNIS DEE TEE THOMAS ALTO

DADDYS HOME-CLIFF RICHARD ? TENOR Hi John, Yes I managed to open your email and have been reading it with great interest. Looks like a mammoth project! I did not play on the original recording of Daddy's Home by Cliff Richard, although I did play on a later live version in 1990. I think the original solo sax may have been Howie Casey or Mel Collins. Regards Ray Beavis 5/18/2007 DO IT TO THE MUSICRAW SILK (9) DO YOU BELIEVE IN LOVEHUEY LEWIS & THE NEWS FIND ANOTHER FOOL-QUARTERFLASH BERT REID ? JOHNNY COLLA RINDY ROSS TENOR TENOR ALTO

18 #7 #16 17

FOOL IF YOU THINK ITS OVER? TENOR ELKIE BROOKS-CD credits list MARTIN DOBSON and GARY BARNACLE. Hi John......pretty sure it must have been Gary. Dont think I did any sessions for Elkie untill 86-87 when I did a couple of tracks on an album called No more the Fool one track (which I did a tenor solo on) was called Break the Chain and the other which was Alto I cant remember. Best Wishes, Martin 4/6/07. #3 #1 10 (49) HARDEN MY HEART-QUARTERFLASH RINDY ROSS ALTO ALTO

(8) I CANT GO FOR THAT (NO CAN DO)DARYL HALL & JOHN OATES CHARLIE DECHANT

ILL BE SATISFIEDSHAKIN STEVENS BARITONE with SAX/BRASS SECTION RAY BEAVIS (ts), JOHN IRISH EARL (bs), DICK HANSON (trp), CHRIS GOWER (tb) (26) ITS RAINING AGAIN-SUPERTRAMP JOHN HELLIWELL TENOR

#11

#40 #10 #37 #1 #9 5 #21 #19 18 9 #13 #14 #15 #5

LET IT BE ME-WILLIE NELSON LOVE IS IN CONTROL-DONNA SUMMER LOVE PLUS ONE-HAIRCUT ONE HUNDRED

JON MARETT ERNIE WATTS PHIL SMITH

TENOR TENOR SOPRANO TENOR ALTO TENOR TENOR ALTO ALTO TENOR TENOR ALTO TENOR TENOR

(6) MANEATER-DARYL HALL & JOHN OATES CHARLIE DECHANT ONLY THE LONELY-MOTELS OUR HOUSE-MADNESS OUT OF WORK- GARY U.S. BONDS CLARENCE CLEMONS PERSONALLY-KARLA BONOFF POISON ARROW-ABC RIO-DURAN DURAN (50)SHOULD I DO ITPOINTER SISTERS PHIL KENZIE STEPHEN SINGLETON ANDY HAMILTON COOL T (TREVOR LAWRENCE) RINDY ROSS ERNIE WATTS JIM HORN (last solo) MARTY JOURARD LEE KIX THOMPSON

TAKE ME TO HEART-QUARTERFLASH THE ONE YOU LOVE-GLEN FRY

YOU SHOULD HEAR HOW SHE TALKS ABOUT YOUMELISSA MANCHESTER (saxes per CD credits) TREVOR LAWRENCE, JAY SCOTT, LARRY WILLIAMS, TOM SAVIANO. (soloist unk) ALTO #13 WAITING ON A FRIEND-ROLLING STONES SONNY ROLLINS ANDREW THOMPSON GREG HAM TENOR ALTO TENOR

AUS#1 WHAT ABOUT ME-MOVING PICTURES #1 (45) WHO CAN IT BE NOW?-MEN AT WORK

1983 #1 (3) AFRICA-TOTO JIM HORN TENOR

3 #17

CRY JUST A LITTLE BITSKAKIN STEVENS

RAY BEAVIS

TENOR

(UK) GARDEN PARTY-MEZZOFORTE (Mezzoforte's sax player during the time Garden Party was released is KRISTINN SVAVARSSON but there are guest sax players on the album: BILL ELDRIDGE and MARTIN DOBSON) GOLD-SPANDAU BALLET HEART TO HEART-KENNY LOGGINS IT MUST BE LOVE-MADNESS MAKE LOVE STAY-DAN FOGELBERG (2) MODERN LOVE-DAVID BOWIE MY KIND OF LADY-SUPERTRAMP STEVE NORMAN DAVID SANBORN LEE KIX THOMPSON AL GARTH STEVE ELSON JOHN HELLIWELL

TENOR TENOR ALTO TENOR SOPRANO BARITONE TENOR

#29 #15 #33 #29 #14 #31 #7 #7 #3 #25 #14 #3 #33 #2 #4 #3 #29

(63) ONE ON ONE-DARYL HALL & JOHN OATES CHARLIE DECHANT OUR HOUSE-MADNESS OVERKILL-MEN AT WORK POISON ARROW-ABC RIO-DURAN DURAN (25) SHE WORKS HARD FOR THE MONEYDONNA SUMMER THE BORDER-AMERICA TIME (CLOCK OF THE HEART)CULTURE CLUB (1) TRUE-SPANDAU BALLET (4) UNION OF THE SNAKE-DURAN DURAN WHAT ABOUT ME-MOVING PICTURES LEE KIX THOMPSON GREG HAM STEPHEN SINGLETON ANDY HAMILTON GARY HERBIG

ALTO TENOR SOPRANO ALTO TENOR TENOR ALTO TENOR TENOR SOPRANO ALTO

RAPHAEL RAVENSCROFT STEVE GRAINGER STEVE NORMAN ANDY HAMILTON ANDREW THOMPSON

1984

#29

ALIBIS-SERGIO MENDES

ERNIE WATTS MICHAEL BRECKER RANDY BRECKER

TENOR TENOR TRUMPET

CAN#2 BLACK STATIONS, WHITE STATIONSMARTHA & THE MUFFINS #8 #1 (8) BLUE JEAN-DAVID BOWIE BORNEO HORNS w/ (6) CARIBBEAN QUEEN-BILLY OCEAN

LENNY PICKETT (solo) TENOR JEFFREY SMITH MEL COLLINS ALTO ALTO SOLO

#16 (21) DANCE HALL DAYS-WANG CHUNG with SAX SECTION #2 #15 15 23 9 #7 #6 #6 #13 25 (4) DANCING IN THE DARKBRUCE SPRINGSTEEN

CLARENCE CLEMONS

TENOR TENOR BARITONE BARITONE TENOR ALTO TENOR TENOR TENOR TENOR

(56) DONT ANSWER ME-ALAN PARSONS PROJECT MEL COLLINS GET OUT OF YOUR LAZY BED-MATT BIANCO HALF A MINUTE-MATT BIANCO NELSON MANDELATHE SPECIALS GLAMOROUS LIFE-SHEILA E HEART OF ROCK & ROLLHUEY LEWIS & THE NEWS I WANT A NEW DRUGHUEY LEWIS & THE NEWS ITS A MIRACLE-CULTURE CLUB MR. SOLITAIRE-ANIMAL NIGHTLIFE RONNIE ROSS RONNIE ROSS ANDY ADERINTO LARRY WILLIAMS JOHNNY COLLA JOHNNY COLLA STEVE GRAINGER BILLY CHAPMAN

#7 #34 #10

ON THE DARK SIDE-JOHN CAFFERTY ONLY WHEN YOU LEAVE-SPANDAU BALLET

MIKE ANTUNES STEVE NORMAN

TENOR TENOR

(15) SOME GUYS HAVE ALL THE LUCKROD STEWART GARY HERBIG (per GH) ALTO 2/18/07 I played the alto sax solo on Rod Stewarts Some Guys Have All The Luck. Gary Herbig JIMMY Z ZAVALA is also on the CD credits. #15 #15 THE CURLY SHUFFLEJUMP N THE SADDLE TOM TRINKA TENOR

YOU CANT GET WHAT YOU WANT(TILL YOU KNOW WHAT YOU WANT) JOE JACKSON-horn section w/ tenor solo. Saxes-TONY AIELLO and JOE JACKSON; Trumpet-MICHAEL MORREALE

1985 #12 #1 #8 #3 #1 A LOVE BIZARRE-SHEILA E (1) CARELESS WHISPERWHAM!/GEORGE MICHAEL FORTRESS AROUND YOUR HEARTSTING EDDIE M STEVE GREGORY BRANFORD MARSALIS ALTO ALTO SOPRANO TENOR TENOR

(51) FREEWAY OF LOVE-ARETHA FRANKLIN CLARENCE CLEMONS HURT-JUICE NEWTON JON JOYCE

CAN#12 HURTS TO BE IN LOVEGINO VANNELLI #3 #9 1

TOM SAVIANO

ALTO TENOR TENOR

(26) IF YOU LOVE SOMEBODY SET THEM FREESTING BRANFORD MARSALIS IM GOIN DOWN-BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN IM YOUR MAN-WHAM CLARENCE CLEMONS

(saxes per CD creits) DAVID BAPTISTE, STEVE HAMILTON, ANDY HAMILTON (soloist unk) #12 #18 11 #1 #15 1 #3 #15 #1 #20 #25 #1 #5 #31 #1 #22 13 #2 #2 JUST A GIGOLO/I AINT GOT NOBODYDAVID LEE ROTH

ALTO

EDGAR WINTER SAX SECTION

KEEPING THE FAITH-BILLY JOEL SAX/HORN SECTION MARK RIVIERA (alto sax), Michael Brecker (tenor sax), Ronnie Cuber (bari sax), (John Gatchell and Joe Shepley (trumpet) LIPSTICK, POWDER AND PAINT SHAKIN STEVENS RAY BEAVIS TENOR LOST IN THE FIFTIES TONIGHTRONNIE MILSAP JIM HORN TENOR LOVE THEME FROM ST. ELMOS FIREDAVID FOSTER MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONESHAKIN STEVENS NEVER SURRENDER-COREY HART ONE OF THE LIVING-TINA TURNER (4) ONE MORE NIGHT-PHIL COLLINS ROCK AND ROLL GIRLS-JOHN FOGERTY ROCKIN AT MIDNIGHT-HONEYDRIPPERS (1) SAVING ALL MY LOVE FOR YOUWHITNEY HOUSTON (19) SMOOTH OPERATOR-SADE TENDER YEARS-JOHN CAFFERTY (12) THE HEAT IS ON-GLEN FREY TOUGH ALL OVER-JOHN CAFFERTY YEH YEH-MATT BIANCO YOU BELONG TO THE CITY-GLEN FRY (3) WE DONT NEED ANOTHER HERO REV DAVE BORUFF RAY BEAVIS ANDY HAMILTON TIMMY CAPPELLO DONALD MYRICK STEVE DOUGLAS KEITH EVANS ALTO TENOR TENOR TENOR ALTO TENOR TENOR

KIRK WHALUM STUART MATTHEWMAN MIKE ANTUNES DAVID WOODFORD MIKE ATUNES RONNIE ROSS BILL BERGMAN

TENOR TENOR TENOR TENOR TENOR BARITONE ALTO

(THUNDERDOME)-TINA TURNER #7 #5

TIM CAPPELLO

TENOR TENOR TENOR

(11) WHOS ZOOMIN WHO-ARETHA FRANKLIN CLARENCE CLEMONS WOULD I LIE TO YOU-EURYTHMICS MARTIN DOBSON

1986

DON WELLER BARITONE ? TENOR CD credits per http://www.discogs.com/release/571300 Saxophone (Baritone)-Andy Mackintosh, Don Weller, Gordon Murphy Saxophone (Solo)-Don Weller Saxophone (Tenor)-Gary Barnacle, Paul Weimer, Willie Garnett 14 BECAUSE I LOVE YOU-SHAKIN STEVENS ? ALTO Note from the UK-Tony Hall (tenor) and Sid Phillips (bari) are listed on the vast majority of LPs I have seen recently. (Steve Marshall) #1 14 #16 #2 #14 #8 49 22 #3 BOP-DAN SEALS BREAKING UP MY HEARTSHAKIN STEVENS (8) CAPTAIN OF HER HEARTDOUBLE JIM HORN RAY BEAVIS CHRISTIAN OSTERMEIER DAVID WOODFORD NEVILLE HENRY ALTO TENOR SOPRANO TENOR TENOR ALTO TENOR TENOR BARITONE TENOR

ABSOLUTE BEGINNERS-DAVID BOWIE

(45) DANGER ZONE-KENNY LOGGINS

(12) DIGGING YOUR SCENE-BLOW MONKEYS FRENCH KISSIN- DEBORAH HARRY

CRISPIN CIOE

HEART OF ROCK & ROLL-HUEY LEWIS & THE NEWS JOHNNY COLLA HELLO DARLING-TIPPA IRIE (3) HIP TO BE SQUAREHUEY LEWIS & THE NEWS RAY CARLESS STEPHEN DOC KUPKA JOHNNY COLLA

#9

(COUNTRY) HOMECOMING63KEITH WHITLEY ? TENOR CD credits for saxophone list JIM HORN and DENNIS SOLEE. (5) HOW WILL I KNOWWHITNEY HOUSTON IM YOUR MAN-WHAM PREMIK RUSSELL TUBBS ANDY HAMILTON MARTIN DOBSON DAVE PLEWS GARY BARNACLE CRISPIN CIOE TENOR ALTO SAXES TRUMPET TENOR ALTO

#1 #3 12

ITS ALRIGHT (BABYS COMING BACK)EURTHYMICS LESSONS IN LOVE-LEVEL 42 (5) LIVING IN AMERICA-JAMES BROWN

3 #4 18

PRETTY IN PINK-PSYCHEDELIC FURS TENOR The 1981 recording made #43. The movie film version reached #18. The 1981 sax player was Duncan Kilburn. The film version would have been Mars Wiliams. ROCK ME AMADEUS-FALCO SHOUT-LULU & THE LUVERS TAKE ME HOME TONIGHT-EDDIE MONEY (68) TALK TO ME-STEVIE NICKS THORN IN MY SIDE-EURYTHMICS TYPICAL MALE-TINA TURNER (51) WHAT YOU NEED-INXS GARY BARNACLE TENOR

#1 8 #4 #4 5 #2 #5 #2

JIMMY SMITH (solo) TENOR RONNIE ROSS ? BARITONE PAUL HANSON BARNEY WILENS JIMMY ZAVALA TIMMY CAPPELLO KIRK PENGILLY ALTO ALTO TENOR TENOR TENOR

(1) WHEN THE GOING GETS TOUGH, THE TOUGH GET GOING-BILLY OCEAN ? ALTO I SAW THIS ON TV ONCE IN THE MID-80S AND MARC RUSSO WAS THE SOLOIST. SOUNDS LIKE HIM ON THE RECORD TO ME TOO. Gio Washington-Wright 8 26 WONDERFUL LIFE-BLACK YOUR LATEST TRICK-DIRE STRAITS MARTIN GREEN MICHAEL BRECKER ALTO TENOR

Intro by RANDY BRECKER #18

TRUMPET (Concert tour tenor solo by Chris White) CLARENCE CLEMONS TENOR

YOURE A FRIEND OF MINECLARENCE CLEMONS & JACKSON BROWNE

1987 #1 16 #21 1 AT THIS MOMENTBILLY VERA & THE BEATERS BORN TO RUN(LIVE)BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN CANDY-CAMEO

JERRY PETERSON CLARENCE CLEMONS ? MICHAEL BRECKER

ALTO TENOR TENOR

CHINA IN YOUR HANDS-TPAU GARY BARNACLE ALTO Per Carol Decker, GARY BARNACLE played on the hit single. The album sax players name is unknown but he was a session player in the states. #15 2 #1 DONT MAKE ME WAIT FOR LOVELENNY WILLIAMS (vocal) GOT MY MIND SET ON YOU-GEORGE HARRISON KENNY G JIM HORN TENOR TENOR

(6) IVE HAD THE TIME OF MY LIFEBILL MEDLEY & JENNIFER WARNES GARY HERBIG TENOR #14 I WANNA GO BACK-EDDIE MONEY (CD credits show DANNY HULL or HALL, PAUL HANSON and EDDIE MONEY) ALTO #1 #10 #4 13 3 LOST IN EMOTION-LISA LISA & CULT JAM ONE HEARTBEAT-SMOKEY ROBINSON (11) ONLY IN MY DREAMSDEBBIE GIBSON ROADBLOCK-STOCK AITKEN WATERMAN ? KENNY G JEFF SMITH GARY BARNACLE PETE THOMAS TENOR SOPRANO TENOR ALTO TENOR &

ROCKIN AROUND THE CHRISTMAS TREEMEL SMITH & KIM WILDE SOPRANO

8 #4 8 10 #1 #5 #3

RUNNING IN THE FAMILY-LEVEL 42 (22) SONGBIRD SWEETEST SMILE-BLACK WALK THE DINOSAUR-WAS (NOT WAS) WALKIN A BROKEN HEART-DON WILLIAMS (11) WHEN SMOKIE SINGS-ABC YOU GOT IT ALL-JETS (per L.P.credits)

KRYS MACH KENNY G MARTIN GREEN DAVE MCMURRAY JIM HORN STEPHEN SINGLETON

TENOR SOPRANO SOPRANO TENOR TENOR TENOR

JOHN PARIS and DAVEY PAYNE

TENOR

1988

#11 11 #2 #1 #1 #1 #2 #1 #4 #3

DO YOU LOVE ME-THE CONTOURS DONT BLAME IT ON THAT GIRLMATT BIANCO (50) ENDLESS SUMMER NIGHTSRICHARD MARX (9) FOOLISH BEATDEBBIE GIBSON (3) GET OUTTA MY DREAMS, GET INTO MY CAR-BILLY OCEAN

THOMAS BEANS BOWLES ED CALLE REV DAVE BORUFF JEFF SMITH LENNY PICKET JIM HORN JAMIE TALBOT DAVE KOZ GARY HERBIG

TENOR TENOR ALTO TENOR TENOR TENOR ALTO ALTO TENOR

GOT MY MIND SET ON YOU-GEORGE HARRISON (4) HANDS TO HEAVEN-BREATHE HOLD ON TO THE NIGHTS-RICHARD MARX HUNGRY EYES-ERIC CARMAN (41) ILL ALWAYS LOVE YOU-

TAYLOR DAYNE #1 26 #7 #3 #1 #1 #3 #25 #10 3 #16 (25) KOKOMO-BEACH BOYS LIKE DREAMERS DO-MICA PARIS (24) NEVER TEAR US APART-INXS (25) NEW SENSATION-INXS (53) ROLL WITH IT-STEVE WINWOOD SEASONS CHANGE-EXPOSE (17) SHES LIKE THE WINDPATRICK SWAYZE & WENDY FRASER SMALL WORLD (part 2)HUEY LEWIS & THE NEWS SOME KIND OF LOVER-JODY WATLEY SOMEWHERE IN MY HEART-AZTEC CAMERA

RICHIE CANNATA JOEL C. PESKIN COURTNEY PINE KIRK PENGILLY KIRK PENGILLY ANDREW LOVE STEVE GROVE GARY HERBIG STAN GETZ LARRY SCHNEIDER SONNY JONZUN

TENOR ALTO TENOR ALTO ALTO TENOR TENOR TENOR TENOR TENOR ALTO

SPY IN THE HOUSE OF LOVEWAS (NOT WAS) ? TENOR CD credits list David McMurray, David Was, John Weiss and Larry Williams. Consensus says McMurray. #16 #13 #2 #32 THE TWIST-FAT BOYS with CHUBBY CHECKER TRUE LOVE-GLENN FREY CHRIS (CHRISTIAAN) MOSTERT (9) WAITING FOR A STAR TO FALLBOY MEETS GIRL WHAT A WONDERFUL WORLD-LOUIS ARMSTRONG KENNY G SOPRANO ANDY SNITZER TENOR ALTO ? TENOR

1989

#4

(45) ANGELIA-RICHARD MARX

MARC RUSSO

ALTO

#1 #10 #8 #8 #1

BABY COME TO ME-REGINA BELLE (17) CRY-WATERFRONT (74) DREAMIN-VANESSA WILLIAMS

PREMIK RUSSELL TUBBS ? SCOTT MAYO WAYNE SHORTER

SOPRANO TENOR TENOR SOPRANO

(48) END OF THE INNOCENCE-DON HENLEY (24) FOREVER YOUR GIRLPAULA ABDUL (saxes per CD credits) TROY WILLIAMS and EDDIE M (soloist unk) (23) GET ON YOUR FEET-GLORIA ESTEFAN GIRL IM GONNA MISS YOU-MILLI VANILLI MIKE SCAGLIONE MEL COLLINS

ALTO ALTO SOPRANO

#11 #1 #14 10 #15 #13 #17 51

IKO IKO-THE BELLE STARS MIRANDA JOYCE and CLARE HIRST PACIFIC 202-808 STATE (5) THE BEST-TINA TURNER SILHOUETTE SOUL PROVIDER-MICHAEL BOLTON GRAHAM MASSEY EDGAR WINTER KENNY G KENNY G

SAX SECTION SOPRANO TENOR SOPRANO TENOR TENOR

THIS OLD HEART OF MINEROD STEWART with RONALD ISLEY ? CD credits for ATLANTIC CROSSING list Memphis Horns. Positively ANDREW LOVE per Gio Washington-Wright. (10) WALK THE DINOSAUR-WAS (NOT WAS) (53) WITH EVERY BEAT OF MY HEARTTAYLOR DAYNE DAVE MCMURRAY JOEL C. PESKIN

#7 #5

TENOR TENOR

1990

#28

(47) CLUB AT THE END OF THE STREETELTON JOHN VINCE DENHAM

TENOR

#25 #36 15 #4 #1 #36 #27

(2) DIRTY CASH-ADVENTURES OF STEVIE V DIRTY DEEDS-JOAN JETT ENGLISHMAN IN NEW YORK(REMIX)-STING (74) EVERYTHING-JODY WATLEY (DENMARK) FALLEN-LAUREN WOOD #2 in Singapore, #3 in Malaysia GEORGIA-MICHAEL BOLTON

? ARNO HECHT

ALTO TENOR

BRANFORD MARSALIS SOPRANO GERALD ALBRIGHT DAVE WOODFORD KENNY G ALTO TENOR TENOR

GIRL I USED TO KNOW-BROTHER BEYOND ? ALTO or TENOR CD CREDITS PHILIP TODD and DAVID KOZ I checked this out and it sounds like DAVE KOZ to me. Gio Washington-Wright #12 #1 29 6 #10 51 #10 HEART OF STONE-TAYLOR DAYNE RICHIE CANNATA BOB GAY IM NOT IN LOVE-WILL TO POWER LILY WAS HEREDAVID A. STEWART & CANDY DULFER MY, MY ,MY-JOHNNY GILL SHELTER ME-CINDERELLA ED CALLE CANDY DULFER KENNY G JAY DAVIDSON TENOR ALTO TENOR ALTO SOPRANO TENOR TENOR

(53) ILL BE YOUR EVERYTHING-TOMMY PAGE

THIS OLD HEART OF MINEROD STEWART with RONALD ISLEY ANDREW LOVE CD credits for ATLANTIC CROSSING list Memphis Horns.

Hi John, I'm reasonably sure it was Andrew Love. Good luck and Merry Christmas! Your friend, Wayne Jackson (The Memphis Horns) 12/6/2004. Positively ANDREW LOVE per Gio Washington-Wright. #24 WAS IT NOTHING AT ALLMICHAEL DAMIAN RICHARD ELLIOTT TENOR

1991

#1 10 #11 #14 #31

(13) ALL THE MAN THAT I NEEDWHITNEY HOUSTON CHANGE-LISA STANSFILED (1) DO THE BARTMAN-SIMPSONS EVERYTHING CHANGES-KATHY TROCCOLI

KENNY G CHRIS SNAKE DAVIS ANDY SNITZER RICHIE CANNATA

TENOR TENOR TENOR TENOR SOPRANO

GENTLE-DINO PAUL TAYLOR This is definitely PAUL TAYLOR. I have the CD. Gio Washington-Wright 48 32 #9 #7 #26 #12 #11 #4 GIRL I USED TO KNOW-BROTHER BEYOND CD CREDITS PHILIP TODD and DAVID KOZ HOLDING ON-BEVERLY CRAVEN I WONDER WHY-CURTIS STIGERS IM NOT IN LOVE-WILL TO POWER ITS A SHAME (MY SISTER)-MONIE LOVE (55) KEEP COMING BACK-RICHARD MARX LILY WAS HEREDAVID A. STEWART & CANDY DULFER (23) LOVE IS A WONDERFUL THINGMICHAEL BOLTON LOVE ON A ROOFTOPDESMOND CHILD ?

ALTO or TENOR TENOR ALTO TENOR ALTO TENOR ALTO TENOR

FRANK MEAD CURTIS STIGERS ED CALLE ? STEVE GROVE CANDY DULFER MARC RUSSO

#40 #36 #23

CHRIS MOSTERT or BRANDON FIELDS JAY DAVIDSON IAN KIRKHAM

TENOR TENOR ALTO

SHELTER ME-CINDERELLA SOMETHING GOT ME STARTEDSIMPLY RED

#5

TAKE IT BACK-REBA MCNTIRE

JOE MCGLOHON ANTHONY THISTLEWAITE

TENOR TENOR TENOR SOPRANO

(3) THE WHOLE OF THE MOONWATERBOYS #14 #11

(19) UNFORGETTABLE-NATALIE COLE with NAT KING COLE PETE CHRISTLEIB VOICES THAT CARE-VOICES THAT CARE KENNY G

1992 7 #6 #27 #21 #1 #2 #1 5 #12 21 17 #22 A MILLION LOVE SONGSTAKE THAT

CHRIS SNAKE DAVIS JEFF ALLEN

TENOR ALTO TENOR ALTO ALTO TENOR TENOR ALTO SOPRANO TENOR TENOR TENOR

BREAKIN MY HEART (PRETTY BROWN EYES)MINT CONDITION CHANGE-LISA STANSFIELD DO IT TO ME-LIONEL RICHIE HOW DO YOU TALK TO AN ANGEL-HEIGHTS (2) I LOVE YOUR SMILE-SHANICE (1) I WILL ALWAYS LOVE YOUWHITNEY HOUSTON I WONDER WHY-CURTIS STIGERS (28) MISSING YOU NOW-MICHAEL BOLTON TASTE IT-INXS UNCHAIN MY HEART-JOE COCKER WHAT BECOMES OF THE BROKENHEARTEDPAUL YOUNG

CHRIS SNAKE DAVIS MARC RUSSO BRANDON FIELDS BRANFORD MARSALIS KIRK WHALUM CURTIS STIGERS KENNY G KIRK PENGILLY CLARENCE CLEMONS NICKY PAYNE

1993

#25 #18 #9 #8 11 63 4

(56) BY THE TIME THIS NIGHT IS OVER PEABO BRYSON (47) FOREVER IN LOVE-KENNY G (7) I DONT WANNA FIGHTTINA TURNER

KENNY G KENNY G

SOPRANO SOPRANO TENOR ALTO ALTO TENOR

TIMMY CAPPELLO

(75) ILL NEVER GET OVER YOU (GETTING OVER ME) EXPOSE DAVE KOZ INDEPENDANCE-LULU RAINY DAYS AND MONDAYS-CARPENTERS ROMEO AND JULIET DIRE STRAITS (Live version) SWEET HARMONY-THE BELOVED TELL ME WHAT YOU DREAM-RESTLESS HEART 1994 STEVE BEIGHTON BOB MESSENGER CHRIS WHITE

(Intro) ALTO & TENOR ALTO ALTO

8 #1

NIGEL HITCHCOCK WARREN HILL

#6 #1 #34 #5

(2) BABY, I LOVE YOUR WAYBIG MOUNTAIN I SWEAR-ALL-4-ONE (2) MOVING ON UP-M PEOPLE WHY HAVENT I HEARD FROM YOUREBA MCNTIRE

BRANDON FIELDS REV DAVE BORUFF CHRIS SNAKE DAVIS JOE MCGLOHON

ALTO ALTO TENOR TENOR

1995

#21 #22

ANTS MARCHING-DAVE MATTHEWS BAND WHAT WOULD YOU SAY-DAVE MATTHEWS BAND

LEROI MOORE LEROI MOORE

SOPRANO ALTO

1996 38 #8 A NIGHT TO REMEMBER-911 FASTLOVE-GEORGE MICHAEL STEVE BEIGHTON ANDY HAMILTON LEROI MOORE LEROI MOORE TENOR TENOR BARITONE BARITONE

#15A SO MUCH TO SAY-DAVE MATTHEWS BAND #39 TOO MUCH-DAVE MATTHEWS BAND

1997 #6 1 #23 EVERY TIME I CLOSE MY EYES-BABYFACE PERFECT DAY-VARIOUS ARTISTS KENNY G COURTNEY PINE SOPRANO SOPRANO

THE IMPRESSION THAT I GETTHE MIGHTY MIGHTY BOSSTONES KEVIN LENEAR TENOR TIM BURTON (Saxophone) KEVIN LENEAR (Saxophone) ROMAN FLYSHER (Saxophone, replacement for KEVIN LENEAR) 1998

#5 #13 #13

ILL BE-EDWIN MCCAIN STAY (WASTING TIME)-DAVE MATTHEWS BAND (AC) WHOS GOT THE HOOCH-EVERYTHING 2001

CRAIG SHIELDS LEROI MOORE RICHARD BRADLEY

TENOR TENOR TENOR

#15

WHERE ARE YOU GOING-DAVE MATTHEWS BAND LEROI MOORE 2003 SUPERSTAR PART 1-K-Os 2004 BILL RUNGE

SOPRANO TENOR

#17

CAN#1 CRABBUCKIT-K-OS

CHRISTOPHER PLOCK

TENOR

14

MARY-SCISSOR SISTERS

CRISPIN CIOE

ALTO

#39 (Country chart #2) YOU CANT TAKE THE COUNTRY OUT OF THE GIRL? TENOR BROOKS & DUNN-CD credits (horns); Jeff Coffin, Jim Horn, Steve Patrick and Samuel Levine. Dear John, if I am not mistaken it was Jim Horn. But I would have to call the Brooks & Dunn guys to tell you for sure. Is there no credit on the CD? Regards, Katja Rieckermann (Katja appeared on the vedio playing sax.) 2005 #2 DONT CHATHE PUSSYCAT DOLLS featuring BUSTA RHYMES ? TENOR Either BRANDON FIELDS or DAN HIGGINS. Most likely BRANDON for this bag. Gio Washington-Wright #1 GOLD DIGGER-KANYE WEST ? BARITONE Given the other horn section members, its most likely DAN HIGGINS although he isnt in the credits. Gio WashingtonWright

ADDITIONAL HISTORICAL NOTES "Roy Simonds/Doug Miller": original research for and published in "The Moan Within The Tone: R&B Saxophone and the Oral Tradition in Afro American Popular Music" (Department of Applied Social Science, University of Northumbria, August 1993). Additional notes by Gordon Beadle. Additional entries by William Flannery Urban Centres and their major sax players

Chicago 40s Illinois Jacquet, Gene Ammons, Arnett Cobb 50s Harold Ashby, Boyd Atkins, Ernest Cotton, C. L. Davis, J.T. Brown, Red Prysock, Eddie Chamblee, Sil Austin, Tab Smith, Jimmy Forrest, A. C. Reed, Sax Mallard, Eddie Shaw 60s Cliff Davis, Gene Barge, Johnny Board New Orleans 50s Red Tyler, Lee Allen, Herb Hardesty, Clarence Ford, Robert Parker, Joe Tillman, David Lastie 60s Harold Battiste, Nat Perrilliat, James Rivers Memphis 50s Ace Cannon, Boots Randolph, Packy Axton, Raymond Hill, Fred Ford, Bill Harvey 60s Andrew Love, Charles Chalmers West Coast 40s Bumps Myers, Buddy Banks, Maxwell Davis, Lorenzo Buddy Floyd 50s Big Jim Wynn, Preston Love, Jack McVea, Gil Bernal, Big Jay McNeely, Plas Johnson, Lynn Hope, Joe Houston, Chuck Alaimo, Jackie Brenston, Jimmy Beasley, Sam Butera, James Von Streeter, Fred Ford, Clifford Soloman 60s Wilton Felder, Steve Douglas, Jim Horn, Nino Tempo, James Clay, Bobby Forte, Johnny Heartsman New York 40s Buddy Tate, Bullmoose Jackson, Paul Bascomb, Fred Jackson 50s Big John Greer, Leroy Cooper, Earle Warren, Jimmy Wright, Warren Lucky, Buddy Lucas, Heywood Henry, Lowell "Count" Hastings, Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, Willis Jackson, Hal Singer, Sam "The Man" Taylor, Big Al Sears, Freddy Mitchell, George Kelly, Noble "Thin Man" Watts, Frank "Floorshow" Culley,

60s Red Holloway, Jesse Powell, Harold Vick, Seldon Powell, Jerome Richardson, David Newman, King Curtis, Hank Crawford, Eddie Harris, Oliver Nelson, Frank Wess, Stanley Turrentine Texas Don Wilkerson, Grady Gaines Other centres 50s Earl Bostic, Clifford Scott, Eddie Silvers, Ray Felder, Floyd Johnson, Don Wilkerson [Cincinnatti] Lionel Torrence, Rusty Bryant (Louisiana) 60s St. Clair Pinckney, Jr. Walker (Detroit), Oliver Sain (St. Louis)

The following is a selection of records that had a significant influence on the stylistic course of sax playing in r&r, r&b, soul 1940-1965. Subsequent this date, unison brass was more in vogue till more recent times. 1943 1945 1946 1948 1949 Lionel Hampton - Flying Home (Illinois Jacquet) Louis Jordan-Caledonia Louis Jordan-Choo Choo Ch Boogie Sonny Thompson - Long Gone (David Brooks) or Eddie Chamblee Frank Culley B Coleslaw Big Jay McNeely-Deacons Hop Cootie Williams Ork - Gator Tail (Willis Jackson) Paul Williams - The Hucklebuck Gene Ammons - My Foolish Heart Lynn Hope - Tenderly Earl Bostic - Sleep Earl Bostic - Flamingo Jimmy Forrest - Night Train Hal Singer - Cornbread Tiny Bradshaw - Soft (Red Prysock) Joe Houston - Earthquake Tiny Bradshaw - Free For All (Red Prysock) Red Prysock - Handclappin Red Prysock B Fingertips Don Wilkerson-I Got a Woman (Ray Charles) Don Wilkerson-Hallelujah I Love Her So (Ray Charles) Sil Austin - Slow Walk

1950 1951

1952 1953 1955

1956

1957 1958

1959

1960 1962

1964

Bill Doggett - Honky Tonk (Clifford Scott) Bill Haley - Rudy's Rock (Rudy Pompilli) Louis Jordan-Choo Choo Ch' boogie Noble Watts - The Slop Chuck Willis - CC Rider (Gene Barge) Louis Jordan-Aint Nobody Here But Us Chickens Lee Allen - Walking With Mr. Lee The Champs - Tequila (Danny Flores aka Chuck Rio) Duane Eddy - Movin n Groovin (Plas Johnson) Duane Eddy - Rebel Rouser (Gil Bernal) The Coasters - Yakety Yak (King Curtis) Ernie Fields - In The Mood (Plas Johnson) Johnny & Hurricanes - Crossfire (Johnny Paris) Johnny & Hurricanes - Red River Rock (Johnny Paris) The Viscounts - Harlem Nocturne (Harry Haller) Danny Boy - Sil Austin Sil Austin - LP Golden Saxophone Hits Bill Blacks Combo - Dont Be Cruel (Martin Willis) Ace Cannon - Tuff Les Cooper - Wiggle Wobble (Joseph Grier) King Curtis - Soul Twist Boots Randolph - Yakety Sax Jr Walker - Cleo's Mood King Curtis - Soul Serenade Plas Johnson - The Pink Panther Theme

In addition; 1955 Otis Williams and the Charms- Ling, Ting, Tong-tenor 1967 Van MorrisonMoondanceJack Schrorertenor 1973 Bob SegerTurn the PageAlto Reedalto 1974 Pink FloydUs and ThemDick Parrytenor 1980 AerosmithSame Old Song And Dance-Michael Breckertenor 1985 ManhattansYou Send MeCrispin Cioe-alto 1989 Glenn FreyLivin RightBill Bergmantenor 1998 EverythingWhos Got the HoochRichard Bradleytenor (from the soundtrack of the movie Waterboy) 2004 Toby Keith with daughter KrystalMockingbirdMark Douthit tenor Dates Unknown: The HunchPaul Gayten The Night Time is the Right TimeRay CharlesDavid Fathead Newman I Got a WomanRay CharlesDavid Fathead Newman Talking Bout YouRay CharlesFathead Fathead Newman Bad To The BoneGeorge ThorogoodHank Hurricane Carteralto

Castle RockAl Searstenor (recorded under Johnny Hodgess name) Soul ShakinDelaney and BonnieAndrew Lovetenor Turn the PageBob SegerAlto Reedalto ReminiscingKing Curtis OusleyBuddy HollyReminiscing Tell It Like It IsBobby CaldwellMichael Lingtonalto I Do The RockTim Curry ?alto I Put a Spell On YouScreamin Jay HawkinsSam The Man Taylor tenor True Love Ways by Buddy Holly-Sam The Man Taylor or Abraham Boomie Richman-I have seen both credited for the amazing session work . Recorded 10/20-21/58. John, My Holley discography credits Boomie. The double CD called the Buddy Holley Collection credits Sam the Man. It is definitely Boomie. I would stake my reputation on it!!! Courtesy Jeff Abbedd Powell of Guardala Mouthpieces. P.S. I emailed Richmans son who lives and performs in Atlanta.
Barry sent his fathers telephone number in Florida and I spoke to Mr. Boomie Richman who states that Sam Taylor was in great demand at this time because he could play this style extremely well. Mr. Richman gives credit to Mr. Taylor for this solo. I was then advised by Mr. Powell that according to a web page, http://nfo.net/calendar/apr02.htm, Mr. Richman had passed away so I am not sure who was on the phone!

For Bill Haley

& the Comets fans;

I assume youre just wanting to stick with US and UK charts and not include recordings like 1961s Florida Twist, a Rudy Pompilli instrumental, which was a major Haley hit on Orfeon Records in Mexico. I dont know the chart position, but at one point it was the most successful single ever released in Mexico (or so Ive heard). One of the Bill Haley fan club newsletters from the early 60s reports that a song called Chick Safari (recorded for Warner Brothers in 1961) actually made a very high chart placement in India of all places. But thats heresay. Theres sax on it (Pompilli again) but nothing too notable. In terms of non-Top 40 recordings that are felt to have made an impact on sax players, I cant speak to what players might think, but the following Haley recordings (all of which, again, I can provide you with MP3s of for your reference) are notable: 1953: Live It Up / Farewell-So Long-Goodbye (Essex Records) - Tony Lance (baritone). This was Haleys first single using a saxophone 1954: Straight Jacket (Essex Records) Joey DAmbrosia (sax). DAmbrosias first sax work with Haley, and a notable instrumental of the time (but non-charting).

1955: The Jodimars - Well Now Dig This (Capitol Records) DAmbrosia (sax). Arguably the best known recording by this Comets spin-off group. No solo but Joeys riffs drive the song. 1955: The Jodimars Eat Your Heart Out Annie DAmbrosia. Another sax-driven melody, though no solo. 1956: The Jodimars Midnight (DAmbrosia) - the only instrumental the band released, featuring Joey. 1956: Calling All Comets (Decca) - Rudy Pompilli. Non-single release on the Rock and Roll Stage Show LP, a saxophone instrumental that was also performed in the film Dont Knock the Rock. This one was likely influential. 1959 (but recorded 1958): Joeys Song (Decca) - Pompilli instrumental that was a low-placing chart hit in 1959. 1960 (but recorded 1959) - Skokiaan (Decca) - Pompillis sax plays a major role in this instrumental, which was Haleys last chart hit in America before the 1974 reissue of Clock. 1960: Tamiami (Warner Brothers) - Pompilli. I remember reading that this non-rock and roll instrumental registered on Billboards Bubbling Under charts, making it the closest thing to a chart hit Haley had after leaving Decca. In terms of the Mexican recordings, Haley recorded many instrumentals for Orfeon between 1961 and 1966 (Rudy Pompilli on all though a few might have also featured a second sax by Mike Shay). Florida Twist and a 1966 recording, Land of 1000 Dances are the only tracks I have heard referred to as chart hits down there, but there may have been others because the Comets were really popular (even hosting a TV show) for several years. One later recording that might be of note is Rudys Rock: The Sax that Changed the World, an LP which was released by Rudy Pompilli and the Comets on Sonet Records of Sweden in 1975 or 76 (it was recorded in 1975). It was a solo album Rudy did without Haley, to give him a chance to do some final recordings before he succumbed to lung cancer. There is some great sax work by him on this album (which, sadly, did not chart and remains the only Comets-related Sonet material not to be reissued). As always, I hope this helps. Cheers!

Alex Frazer-Harrison 3/10/07