Episode 6: Top 5 Songs Featuring A Saxophone

When you think of rock and roll’s defining instruments, saxophone isn’t typically high on the list. Sometimes, however, a song will use the instrument in amazing ways. This episode counts down the best of those songs, where the presence of a saxophone makes all the difference. Also, we’re featuring yet another band that you need to know (or else!) – this time, it’s British prog-rockers Pure Reason Revolution. Big thanks to them for letting us put them on the show. You can read our individual picks after the jump.

Also, we’re premiering a whole new level of sound quality, thanks to the great people at Skype. We’re still working out all the sound issues, but the room noise is pretty much a thing of the past! Hooray!

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Brian’s Top 5

5. Praful – “We Live On”

4. Morphine – “Buena”

3. The Quantic Soul Orchestra – “San Sebastian Strut”

2. (TIE) Pink Floyd – “Money”/”Us And Them”

1. The Revels – “Comanche”

Erik’s Top 5

5. The Zutons – “Pressure Point”

4. Amon Tobin – “Stoney Street”

3. Lou Reed – “Walk On The Wild Side”

2. Bruce Springsteen – “Born To Run”

1. Gerry Rafferty – “Baker Street”

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