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What's the difference between a sopranino sax and a soprano sax?

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Ha ha, none of the above. My daughter doesn't like jazz at all, and is into pop and what they incorrectly call R & B today.

Actually, I don't know why some people dislike the soprano. I first heard it on "Live At The Village Vanguard", where Trane's sound makes one's hair stand on end.

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On January 22, 2019 at 11:46 AM, danasgoodstuff said:
  • Where is that 'all is forgiven, I really like you' emoticon when you need it.

Aw, shucks, thanks.  But please, for the last time, I'm not going to see Kenny G with you. ;)

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On 1/29/2019 at 5:36 AM, Teasing the Korean said:

Aw, shucks, thanks.  But please, for the last time, I'm not going to see Kenny G with you. ;)

Saw him with Jeff Lorber when they were still locals....he was less annoying then but I'm not sure if it was 'cause he also played tenor then or the locality.

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47 minutes ago, danasgoodstuff said:

Saw him with Jeff Lorber when they were still locals....he was less annoying then but I'm not sure if it was 'cause he also played tenor then or the locality.

What was his hair like?  That must have been a factor also.  

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2 hours ago, Teasing the Korean said:

What was his hair like?  That must have been a factor also.  

True, IIRC it was a little more subdued...

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Roscoe Mitchell on sopranino was mind-blowing at Cafe Oto last year

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On 2/1/2019 at 3:34 PM, JSngry said:

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That's the Jeff Lorber Fusion where Mr. Gorelick made his first indelible mark.  

On 2/1/2019 at 8:44 AM, danasgoodstuff said:

Saw him with Jeff Lorber when they were still locals....he was less annoying then but I'm not sure if it was 'cause he also played tenor then or the locality.

I saw Lorber's group at The Euphoria Tavern in Portland.  They were the opening act for Pat Metheny.  

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the only thing i know w/ soprianiano sax is jethro tull/passion play

7 hours ago, Dave James said:

That's the Jeff Lorber Fusion where Mr. Gorelick made his first indelible mark.  

I saw Lorber's group at The Euphoria Tavern in Portland.  They were the opening act for Pat Metheny.  

well my guy i hate to get into a tecnical kenny g argument/convo with you here ;) maybe we should open a backchannel if we wish to discuss this further but prior to lorber, kenny was in the horn sec for a time, in this band-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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"Well my guy i hate to get into a technical Kenny G argument/convo with you here ;) maybe we should open a backchannel if we wish to discuss this further but prior to Lorber, Kenny was in the horn section for a time, in this band."

Aric,

It's all good. 

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