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    Thats a good combination Mat. I may even forgive your comments about Cannonball.

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    Browse Youtube for "Soprano Saxophone Jazz" and you can listen to soprano all night if you choose

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    Quote Originally Posted by OLDUDE View Post
    Browse Youtube for "Soprano Saxophone Jazz" and you can listen to soprano all night if you choose
    Rather not if you don't mind...
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    Specially for Colin

    http://youtu.be/zs_DD_7C8_A

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    Thanks teddy it is my era but not my favourite instrument, for the Sax it is Alto then Tenor followed by Baritone.
    Apologies for going off topic but just to add a balance here is Mr Mulligan Gerry that is not Mick performing a standard note his breath control which I would imagine is not easy with a Baritone.


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    Teddy, what do you make of this?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hugIRAe2yvw
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    Mat. That certainly meets my approval, and great to hear not only Coltrane playing soprano but teaming with McCoy Tyner as well

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    ( do you think we will convert Colin?)

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    Convert to what?
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    Humanoid

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    Quote Originally Posted by teddy View Post
    Humanoid

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    Some people??????????????????????
    perhaps a soprano sax, Piccasso Guitar and 2 string Mouth Harp would be a good combo
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    They might actually fit here
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    http://youtu.be/ztDKYI6tVjk

    Coltrane blowing his brains out on soprano

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