The Saxophones Vinyl, CD & tapes by The Saxophones at Norman Records

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Saxophones
Eternity Bay

Eternity Bay is the second album from husband-and-wife duo The Saxophones. Their first record, Songs of the Saxophones, was written on a boat, and that sense of time-and-place is present again on Eternity Bay. Woodwind, guitar and soft vocals are the dominant sounds, but the influence of jazz is detectable in the way the songs meander and gently drift. 

The Saxophones
Songs of the Saxophones

The Saxophones started as the solo project of Alex Erenkov. He wanted to incorporate some basic percussion into his sound so recruited his wife, Alison Alderdice, which also meant he could take her on tour with him. As you can probably tell from the cover of Songs Of The Saxaphones, he’s quite fond of her. Their influences all come come from leftfield sounds such as The Exotica/Hawaiian music of the 1950s - Edhen Abhez, Buddy Fo and Martin Denny to name a few, Vittorio Impiglia, a 1970s Italian outsider guitarist and west coast jazz. LP on Full Time Hobby.

The Saxophones
Singing Desperately Suite

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Aloha / Just You

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Aloha / Just You

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If You're On The Water

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