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Solos I love to play and that always get a great response!

Red Prysock

King Curtis

Joe Houston

Maxwell Davis

King Curtis


And, since we're only allowed to post 6 videos, two more in the following post.

Best wishes for a great, gig-filled, summer
 

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Maxwell Davis

Joe Houston
 

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No that's the stuff right there!! Hafta say I like em all, but the Red Prysock and the Joe Houston are my favs of the bunch. Thanks so much for posting all of them!


("video not available" on the Maxwell Davis one).
 

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Just glad that I started playing in 56 when these sounds were still on the radio and in some of the bars late at night across town. So many different tones, licks and attitudes to listen to and learn. The crowd really enjoyed the house rockers and the dancers could not stay still. The screaming sax was everywhere along with many laid back sounds. Just a real wide variety of excellent styles in those days!! As always, we thank you Neil for keeping it in front of the SOTW members ears :cheers:
 
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