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Although by the early 70's, the sax's rule of the charts had largely come to an end, that didn't mean the tremendous musical legacy of the 1940's-1960's had faded.

Following are great players who continue to inspire that legacy and keep the flame alive.

Other suggestions and links are most welcome.

THANKS FOR LISTENING to this survey of solos from 1945-2015 and the different styles that came collectively to be known as "Rock Sax".

- John Barrow- 1986-

https://theswinginglaurels.bandcamp.com/

-Greg Piccolo- 1990-

https://www.gregpiccolo.com/

- Johnny Ferreira- 1993

http://www.johnnyferreira.com/

- John Firmin- 1995

http://www.johnnynocturne.com/discog.html

- Sax Gordon- 1998

http://saxgordon.com/

- Jon R. Smith- 2:03 mark- 2007

http://www.jonrsmith.com/

PLUS, Deke McGee from 2015...see next post
 

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Apologies to Deke who was pushed over because of SOTW's 6 video rule and the date of his release, but here's a great cut from his outstanding album.


http://www.dekemcgee.com/audio
 

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Greg Piccolo, Johnny Ferreira and Gordon Beadle are kickin'! Gordon stays on the road and is in France a lot and has many clips on Youtube. Just good to know that a few are still doing the roof raising house rockin' thing. Thanks for the clips Neil.
 
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