The 14 Best Saxophone Songs in Rock

Sometimes the sweet sound of sax is the perfect thing in a rock song. Here are some examples, and please leave more in the comments.

1. King Crimson: “21st Century Schizoid Man” (1969)

2. Creedence Clearwater Revival: “Long as I Can See the Light” (1970)

3. The Stooges: “Fun House” (1970)

4. The Rolling Stones: “Can’t You Hear Me Knocking” (1971)

5. Lou Reed: “Walk on the Wild Side” (1972)

6. Pink Floyd: “Money” (1973)

7. David Bowie: “Young Americans” (1975)

8. Bruce Springsteen: “Jungaland” (1975)

9. Bob Seger: “Old Time Rock and Roll” (1979)

10. George Thorogood and the Destroyers: “Bad to the Bone” (1982)

11. Dream Theater: “Another Day” (1992)

12. Tori Amos: “Muhammad My Friend” (1996)

13. Glueleg: “Pistons” (1997)

14. Dave Matthews Band: “Grey Street” (2002)

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