“You can count on one finger the number of good uses of the saxophone in long and varied history of music. The coda to ‘Will You’ by Hazel O’ Connor notwithstanding, the instrument that was invented by mistake has usually turned up on everything horrible in the world from free jazz skronk to Patrick Wolf’s latest mess. In the 1970’s even keen sax employer Bruce Springsteen saw sense and wiped the instrument from large swathes of his ‘Darkness on the Edge of Town’ album leaving sax blower Clarence Clemons to stand around like a spare part during subsequent live performances. No, the saxophone is generally the signifier of bad things.”—Clinton @ Norman Records. I’ll allow him his humorous hyperbole.