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A Beatles Tribute

by Jim Horn

Instrumental versions played by the only sax player to have recorded w/the Beatles, John, Paul, George & Ringo
Genre: Pop: Beatles-pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. You've Got to Hide Your Love Away
2:41 album only
2. Let It Be
4:01 album only
3. We Can Work It Out
3:45 album only
4. Something
3:07 album only
5. I Feel Fine
3:26 album only
6. Yesterday
2:57 album only
7. And I Love Her
3:34 album only
8. In My Life
2:42 album only
9. Ob-La-Di-Ob-La-Da
3:00 album only
10. Mull of Kintyre
3:30 album only
11. From Me to You
2:01 album only
12. Don't Let Me Down
3:49 album only
13. Eleanor Rigby
3:23 album only
14. The Ballad of John and Yoko
3:30 album only
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Album Notes
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Jim Horn was fortunate to be involved in the thriving Los Angeles session scene. Over the next several years Jim found himself in the studio with such stellar names as The Mamas And Papas, Leon Russell and Joe Cocker.

His versatility and unique style on a number of his instruments earned him a sterling string of credits that include,Ringo Star, The Beach Boys, Lionel Ritchie, John Lennon, Joni Mitchell, Barbra Streisand and Linda Ronstadt. Jim was part of the infamous Mad Dogs And Englishman band, which backed Joe Cocker.

After that, George Harrison recruited Jim for both his 1972 Concert For Bangladesh and subsequent Dark Horse tour.Fans of instrumental music and pop music are very familiar with Jim's playing, although they may not realize it. It's Jim's flute solo on Canned Heat's "Goin' Up The Country".The horn parts on The Fifth Dimension's "Up Up And Away" and "The Age Of Aquarius". Also Frank Sinatra's hit "Strangers In The Night", Elton John's "Little Jeannie", Leon Russell's "Lady Blue", Smoky Robinson's "Tears Of A Clown", and the beautiful intro oboe solo on The Carpenter's hit "For All We Know". Jim has also recorded with Steely Dan, The Rolling Stones, Diana Ross,Roy Orbison, Stevie Wonder, John Denver and Tina Turner.

Jim was part of the massive Garth Brooks in Central Park HBO special, during which he was featured on a solo on "New York State Of Mind" with Billy Joel. Jim Horn is still an "in demand" session artist in Los Angeles, London, Memphis, Nasville and New York. We believe Jim has played on more pop hit records than any other sax player in history.



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Jodie and Paul

Good stuff
This CD is a showcase of Jim Horn's talent! It's wonderful and creative!

Dave Thoburn

nice, pleasant, not Jim at his innovative best
I am a big Jim Horn fan...and I collect Beatles tribute albums...of the hundreds I have this tips the scales as good...but it is a bit run of the mill...I think Jim could have done more with this project!