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Safe Sax

by Bob Sass

Bob Sass' final cover album, with 20 pop, rock, soul/R&B, and blues covers, including two live performances. Bob Sass is alto saxophone perfection, with a five octave range, bright tone, and vivid expression
Genre: Pop: 80's Pop
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1. Unchain My Heart
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2. Tush
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3. Come Together
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4. Retro Boy
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5. Long Way from Brooklyn
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6. Peter Gunn Theme
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7. Car Wash
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8. These Boots Are Made for Walkin'
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9. Pride & Joy
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10. Crossfire
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11. Tripping Billies
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12. What's Goin' On?
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13. I Shot the Sheriff
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14. Isn't She Lovely?
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15. Superstition
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16. Right Her Waiting for You
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17. Morning Dance
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18. Coming Home (Live)
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19. Walkin' the Dawg (Live)
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20. In a Dream
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Bob Sass is joined by two Chicago Blues Hall of Famers: Sam Cockrell and TBird Huck. Two live performances are included from April 22, 2018. In his final all cover album (Bob has four full length albums with originals), Bob covers a variety of famous songs, from the Beatles, Stevie Wonder, Dave Matthews, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Bob Marley and others. This album is more on the pop, blues, and rock side of saxophone music, and not smooth jazz.

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