David Sanborn: Live at Montreux 1984 Trailer

David Sanborn: Live at Montreux 1984 Trailer (1984)

01 January 1984

Grammy Award-winning saxophonist David Sanborn plays Switzerland's world-famous Montreux Jazz Festival in this standout 1984 performance that features a special guest appearance by Chicago-born singer-songwriter Rickie Lee Jones. Selections include "Autumn Leaves," "Straight to the Heart," "Morning Salsa," "I Told U So" and "Rush Hour," plus a trio of bonus tracks recorded during Sanborn's set at the Montreux festival in 1981.

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