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Sotheby’s Australia will auction Pengilly’s private collection, which includes acoustic and electric guitars, saxophones, mics and effects pedals used in some of the Aussie new wave legends’ best known recordings from the ‘80s and ‘90s.
For the irrepressibly creative Chicago saxophonist Juli Wood, the only thing better than one big, rumbling baritone saxophone is, well, two of them.
In his teens, Alexander began showing great proficiency playing jazz music on the alto saxophone.
Even without the iconic, meme-ified saxophone, the cover was absolutely stunning, with Lorde twisting it into her melancholy mood.
The band features instruments like congas, baritone saxophone and trombone for a full-bodied sound, and danceable tunes.
The band includes Jaleel Shaw on alto saxophone, Orrin Evans on piano, Eric Revis on bass and Nasheet Waits on drums.
However, all 150 members came to Libman’s house with their tubas, flutes, drums, and saxophones.
Riffs become less familiar as saxophones squeal out of control, and any ideas of musical order recede into an endless horizon of free-jazz possibilities.
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