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Sad to see one of my favorites on the sax depart us but such is life. Frown





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Listened to a lot of Sanborn back in the day. Sad to see him go.

I always remember him playing with Clapton in the Lethal Weapons soundtracks

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Well that’s too bad. I immediately thought of this one from the 70s. Sanborn adds immeasurably to the song and just soars in the second half of it. You’ll have to wait about 3 minutes for him to come in.



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I first became aware of him from David Letterman…



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Sanborns success was his sound. He had a number of successful collaborations, more than a dozen albums break into the Billboard 200, and won six Grammy awards — four of them in consecutive years during the mid-to-late '80s. Two of those winning albums — Straight to the Heart, a solo effort, and Double Vision, a collaboration with pianist Bob James — are cornerstones of the commercial genre often labeled contemporary jazz. Rest easy Saxman Wink


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He is in a VID on you tube its Clapton doing Little Wing!! Clapton just stands there aghast so does Sheryl Crow.


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Listened to a lot of Sanborn back in the day. Sad to see him go.


Same here. Double Vision was one of my first CDs. Eternal rest grant unto him O Lord.


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I tried to post the vid but FAILED... Thank you.
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Sad news for sure. Love smooth jazz and Dave was one of my favorites


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Damn, where has the time flown? David Sanborn's name was one I guess I never pictured as old or aging. Then thinking back, I really haven't listened to any of his stuff since the mid 80s so I guess I just lost track...

RIP Mr. Sax Man


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