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    Au RIP Clarence Clemons - The best saxophonist ever

    Passed away from complications of a recent stroke. I'm going to miss that wailing sax. RIP sir and thanks for the good times.
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    Default Re: RIP Clarence Clemons - Bruce Springsteen's saxophonist

    RIP and may the light shine upon you always

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    Default Re: RIP Clarence Clemons - Bruce Springsteen's saxophonist

    Just came on here to start a thread on this, and ya beat me too it. The E-Street band is no-more. Boss songs will never be the same without, arguably, the best Sax player ever...RIP CC!

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    Default Re: RIP Clarence Clemons - Bruce Springsteen's saxophonist

    I think you should retitle it "RIP Clarence Clemmons ~ The Best Saxophonist EVER!"

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    Default Re: RIP Clarence Clemons - Bruce Springsteen's saxophonist

    Quote Originally Posted by angelofwar View Post
    I think you should retitle it "RIP Clarence Clemmons ~ The Best Saxophonist EVER!"
    I agree and I've just changed it.

    BTW I didn't know until now that he played in so many other bands including Ringo Starr's All Star Band.

    One of the articles I've read about him said that when he was a child, he wanted an electric train for Christmas. His dad wanted him to be a sax player and got him a saxophone instead, and in his words he "flipped out" when he opened the gift. But it changed his life and led to his gift of music that will live on far beyond his years.

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