A tribute to the Sexy Sax Man Prankster Sergio FloresI bring you some of the most memorable songs featuring the Sexy Saxophone. Whether it’s a short solo or a major part of the track, it’s hard to beat a Sax! (Listed Alphabetically)

The Sexy Sax Man himself:


Beastie Boys – Brass Monkey, from the 1987 License To Ill
Billy Joel – It’s Still Rock and Roll To Me, from the 1980 album Glass Houses
 Bob Seger – Turn the Page, from the 1973 album Back In ’72
Bruce Springsteen – Jungleland, from the 1975 album Born To Run
Cameo – Candy, from the 1986 album Word Up!
Christopher Cross – Arthur’s Theme (Best That You Can Do), from the 1981 album Arthur
Daryl Hall & John Oates – I Can’t Go For That (No Can D0), from the 1981 album Private Eyes
Dave Koz – Together Again, from the 1991 album The Dance
David A. Stewart featuring Candy Dulfer – Lily Was Here, from the 1990 album Saxuality
David Bowie – Young Americans, from the 1975 album Young Americans
Dire Straits – Your Latest Trick, from the 1986 album Brother In Arms
Fear – New York’s Alright If You Like Saxophones, from the 1982 album The Record
Foreigner – Urgent, from the 1981 album 4
Gato Barbieri – Europa ( Earth’s Cry Heaven’s Smile), from the 1976 album Caliente!
George Micheal – Careless Whisper, from the 1984 album Make It Big
Gerry Rafferty – Baker Street, from the 1978 album City To City

Glenn Frey – You Belong to the City, from the 1985 Miami Vice Sountrack

Hazel O’Conner – Will You?, from the 1980 album Breaking Glass
Huey Lewis and the News – I Want A New Drug, from the 1983 album Sports
INXS – Never Tear Us Apart, from the 1988 album Kick
Katy Perry – Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.), from the 2010 album Teenage Dream
Kenny G – Songbird, from the 1986 album Duotones

 Kool and the Gang – Too Hot, from the 1979 album Ladies’ Night

Lady Gaga – Edge of Glory, from the 2011 album Born This Way

 LL Cool J – Goin’ Back To Cali, from the 1989 album Walking with a Panther

M83 – Midnight City, from the 2011 album Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming
Men At Work – Who Can It Be Now?, from the 1981 album Business As Usual
Phil Collins – The West Side, from the 1982 album Hello, I Must Be Going
Pink Floyd – Us and Them, from the 1973 album Dark Side of the Moon
 Quaterflash – Harden My Heart, from the 1981 album Quarterflash
 Rick James – Super Freak, from the 1981 album Street Songs
 The Rolling Stones – Slave, from the 1981 album Tattoo You
 Romeo Void – Never Say Never, from the 1982 album Benefactor
Sade – Smooth Operator, from the 1984 album Diamond Life
Spandau Ballet – True, from the 1983 album True
Steely Dan  – Deacon Blues, from the 1977 album Aja
The Stooges – Fun House, from the 1970 album Fun House
Tears For Fears – The Working Hour, from the 1985 album Songs from the Big Chair

I put this together after getting INXS stuck in my head all day. Let me know what I’ve missed by commenting the song name and artist



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