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PostPosted: Mon Nov 22, 2010 2:04 pm 
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What are your five favourite TD tracks with sax?

Mine are:

1. The Last Soldier (The London Eye)
2. Long Island Sunset (live - RAH, 2010)
3. Red Roadster
4. Oriental Haze
5. Mothers of Rain (live - Tempodrom)

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Almost impossible to choose five favourites, but Melrose is absolutely amongst the best.

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can't make a list off the top of my head. but i know that Back of Beyond trumps everything

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In no particular order:

'Oriental Haze'
'Blue Bridge'
'Dreamtime'
'Long Island Sunset'
'Largo'


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Off the top of my head:

The Back Of Beyond
Melrose
Long Island Sunset
Oriental Haze
Hitch-hikers Point (East Version)


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I simply cannot bring myself to maintain the cognitive dissonance of the two concepts "favorite TD track" and "TD track with sax."


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...I loved the sax riff on Rare Bird at the ....errr Astoria? That was very cool.

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Death of a nightingale & Midwinter night

Anyone?

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Sfearical Sequence wrote:
I simply cannot bring myself to maintain the cognitive dissonance of the two concepts "favorite TD track" and "TD track with sax."


the most famous example of Cognitive Dissonance being Sour Grapes I seem to remember ;)


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If you change the letter from a to e in sax I may have an answer although not sure people would like their enjoyment of TD music ruined by that thought.


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GlynRichards wrote:
Death of a nightingale & Midwinter night

Anyone?


Two beautiful and very emotional track there Glyn & two of my own faves from the underated TOTT.. 8)


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GlynRichards wrote:
Death of a nightingale & Midwinter night

Anyone?


Sorry, the ballads are not my thing.


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Do you've got a minute ??

New Album, TD on SAX , rising at the horizon ?

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pb2rdf wrote:
Do you've got a minute ??

New Album, TD on SAX , rising at the horizon ?


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Jon wrote:
GlynRichards wrote:
Death of a nightingale & Midwinter night

Anyone?


Sorry, the ballads are not my thing.


I usually prefer the more up-tempo tracks, but I must say that Death Of A Nightingale is absolutely beautiful.

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