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The Amazing Sound Of The Saxophone is what we are listening to in Sax And The City.
And now we come to The Greatest Band That Ever Existed, always a good idea in any Musical Endeavor.
They have any Sax in their songs?
As a matter of fact they did in a Hit Single, played by Jazz Musician Ronnie Scott, but it was hidden in the mix.
We’ll hear it...Up Front!
I’ll be reaching deeper into the 60's this time out.
Now if only I’d stop talking over the damn Songs while they are playing, lol!
Give a listen, good stuff in here to keep you Saxually Satisfied!

Here are the links to Catch The LA Express, at Mike Pell Rockollections:

At Podomatic:

At Spreaker:


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Comment by Mike Pell on July 9, 2018 at 3:52pm


I haven't played that Doors song in a long time, and I noticed that stuff at the end.

Honestly I don't know, do you?

And you could just NAME the song, instead of just "that song from the third Mad Max movie", LOL!

Be a lot easier on me, LOL!

Bruce now bothers both of us!

I try  not to talk over songs, BUT I HAVE TIME CONSTRAINTS...WE ALL DO!!!

I feel much better now, lol!

Thanks for the listen, hey no more albums at Facebook?


Comment by Jon on June 28, 2018 at 6:19am

So, what do they say at the end of that Doors song and what are they referring to?

You could have played that song from the third Mad Max movie instead of Bruce. Would have been so much better.

Yeah. You've NEVER talked over a song before.

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