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David Sanborn

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Linda Ronstadt  Ooh Baby Baby   buy on itunes
David Bowie  Young Americans   buy on itunes
Bob James  Touchdown   buy on itunes
The Brecker Brothers  Rocks   buy on itunes
David Sanborn  Hobbies   buy on itunes
David Sanborn  The Water Is Wide   buy on itunes
David Sanborn  Isn't She Lovely   buy on itunes
David Sanborn  Cristo Redentor   buy on itunes
David Sanborn  Ain't No Sunshine   buy on itunes
David Sanborn & Lizz Wright  Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight   buy on itunes
David Sanborn  When I'm With You   buy on itunes
David Sanborn  Same Girl   buy on itunes
David Sanborn  Short Visit   buy on itunes
David Sanborn  Flight   buy on itunes
David Sanborn  Try a Little Tenderness   buy on itunes
David Sanborn  The Peeper   buy on itunes
David Sanborn  A Tear for Crystal   buy on itunes
David Sanborn  Camel Island   buy on itunes
David Sanborn  Soul Serenade   buy on itunes
David Sanborn  It's You   buy on itunes
David Sanborn  The Ballad of the Sad Young Men   buy on itunes
David Sanborn  Full House   buy on itunes
David Sanborn  Tin Tin Deo   buy on itunes
David Sanborn  Ramblin'   buy on itunes
David Sanborn & Joss Stone  Let the Good Times Roll   buy on itunes

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David Sanborn's solo albums have been shooting up the Jazz, R&B, and Pop charts since the mid-'70s, but all the while he's been a superstar session man, lending his sharpshooting sax to huge hits by the biggest artists around. When Linda Ronstadt's sultry croon made Smokey Robinson's '60s smoothie "Ooh Baby Baby" a hit all over again in 1978, Sanborn's sleek riffs sweetened the deal even further. The sultan of sax channels his inner Junior Walker on David Bowie's soul-powered '75 smash "Young Americans," helping the Thin White Duke score his first American Top 40 hit. But after a while, the rock stars started showing up at [i]Sanborn[/i]'s sessions, like Sting, who lends his powerful pipes to a moody makeover of Bill Withers' classic lonely-man lament "Ain't No Sunshine."
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