AN EVENING OF THE COLLECTION OF THE SPINE-TINGLING SAX TUNES, HOOKS, BREAKS AND SAX MINATURES.
When asked why he started the sax over 30 years ago, the Director of Blowout Sax, Mark Archer, answered 'that's easy. It was the opening riffs on Baker Street and the solo on Will You by Hazel O'Connor. Oh, and all of the sax on the Sade songs, and the sublime intro on Dire Straits's live version of Romeo and Juliet and Phil Wood's solo on Just The Way You Are and oh, yeah…and...'
Like any music lover, you've heard many spine-tingling moments of saxophone so prevalent in 70s and 80s pop songs. These great pop sax solos can be absolutely inspirational.
Now this inspirational pop sax can be experienced live with The Baker Street Band giving you the opportunity to enjoy this incredible collection of songs at your very own event.
Your guests will be thrilled by The Best Pop Sax Of All Time as played by The Baker Street Band.
1.Baker Street. Gerry Rafferty
2.Lily Was Here. David A.Stewart & Candy Dulfer .
3. One Step Beyond. Madness.
4. Will You? Hazel O'Connor
5. Latest Trick. Dire Straits
6. Careless Whisper. George Michael
7. Smooth Operator. Sade
8. Your Love Is King. Sade.
9. Rat Trap. Boomtown Rats
10.Thorn In My Side. The Eurythmics
11.Food For Thought. UB 40
12.You're The Best Thing. Style Council
13. Let's Stick Together. Bryan Ferry and Roxy Music
14.Money. Pink Floyd
15.Brown Sugar.The Rolling Stones
16.Born To Run. Bruce Springsteen
17.Romeo and Juliet (live)...Dire Straits
18.When I Need You..Leo Sayer
19. Just The Way You Are. Billy Joel
20.Crime Of The Century..Supertramp
21.Bad To The Bone..George Thorogood
22.Pick Up The Pieces..Average White Band
‘Thank you so much for making my day so special. Not only was it lovely having you there but the sax sounded wonderful and very me. Thats what many of my friends commented on when they heard the sax.It is also lovely as we can hear you playing throughout our wedding video.’ [PIC] ‘Blowout’ played at our wedding in May 2009 and were a stunning success. During the evening meal, perfectly weighted dinner jazz drifted amongst our diners, invoking the classy ambience we'd hoped for. With dinner and the speeches over, the band struck-up and we were into two sets of powerful, dance-inducing renditions of many classics. Even our more dance-shy guests were drawn toward the visually and acoustically impressive spectacle of ‘Blowout’ going at full tilt.
Without hesitation or exaggeration, we'd say that Blowout crowned a fantastic event in a way that we've not seen at other weddings; our guests are still talking about the performance months after the wedding! I'd warmly recommend ‘Blowout’ to anyone who wants hassle-free arrangements and great sounds, performed by talented musicians who really do play for the love of it.'