Jim Horn

Publié le 20 Juin 2019

Jim Horn (né le 20 novembre 1940 à Los Angeles) est un saxophoniste et joueur d'instruments à vent américain.

Jim Horn

Il a joué sur scène ou en studio avec plusieurs célébrités telles que Duane Eddy et John Denver. Il a également accompagné les quatre Beatles lors de leurs projets en solo, notamment sur plusieurs albums et tournées de George Harrison. Il a également participé à l'album Pet Sounds des Beach Boys

Discographie
Albums Studio
  • Through the Eyes of a Horn (1972) Shelter Records
  • Jim's Horns (1973) Shelter Records
  • Neon Nights (1989) Warner Bros Records
  • Work It Out (1990)
  • Children of the Universe (2012) self-released, CD Baby
Participations
  • The 5th Dimension – "Up, Up and Away", "Aquarius/Let the Sunshine In"
     
  • Aaron Neville
  • Alan James – "Sweet Baby You", "Where It's At" on album Break The Ice (1991)
  • Barbra Streisand
  • The Beach Boys – Pet Sounds – "Good Vibrations"
  • Billy Joel
  • Boz Scaggs – Memphis
  • Buffalo Springfield – "Broken Arrow" (clarinet)
  • Burton Cummings – "My Own Way to Rock)" (Saxophone)
  • Canned Heat – "Going Up the Country" (flute)
  • The Carpenters – Carpenters
  • Chi Coltrane
  • Christopher Cross – "Ride Like the Wind"
  • David Gates
  • Delaney & Bonnie
  • Delbert McClinton – Never Been Rocked Enough
  • Diana Ross
  • Dizzy Gillespie – Free Ride
  • Duane Eddy
  • Elton John – "Little Jeannie" (alto)
  • Elvis Presley – "Roustabout" (film)
  • Frank Sinatra – "Strangers in the Night" (flute)
  • Garth Brooks – "One Night a Day"
  • George Benson – "Turn Your Love Around"
  • George Harrison – 1971 The Concert for Bangladesh – 1974 Dark Horse Tour – "Cloud Nine" – "Got My Mind Set On You"– 1975 Extra Texture – "You".
  • Glenn Frey – "The One You Love" (ending tenor saxophone solo)
  • Hank Williams, Jr. – "Monday Night Football Theme" – BORN TO BOOGIE
  • Harry Chapin
  • Harry Nilsson – Pussy Cats
  • Herbie Hancock – "Man-Child"
  • Ike and Tina Turner - "River Deep – Mountain High" (baritone)
  • Jeff Lynne – Armchair Theatre
  • Jim Salestrom
  • John Denver
  • Johnny Rivers – "Poor Side of Town"
  • Joni Mitchell
  • Jose Feliciano – "Light My Fire" and LP Feliciano!
  • Joy of Cooking – Castles
  • Kenny Chesney – As of July 2009, Horn is on tour with Kenny Chesney's Sun Carnival Tour. Horn has composed and arranged the horn sections for Chesney for the past several years.
  • Leon Russell – "Lady Blue"
  • Linda Ronstadt
  • Lionel Richie
  • Little Richard
  • The Mamas & the Papas – notably "Creeque Alley"
  • Michael Jackson
  • Mink DeVille – Sportin' Life
  • Molly Hatchet - The Deed Is Done
  • Monk Higgins - Extra Soul Perception
  • Neil Sedaka – Sedaka's Back
  • Paul McCartney
  • Pete Huttlinger
  • Ringo Starr – "Don't Go Where the Road Don't Go"
  • Rita Coolidge
  • Ronnie Milsap – Lost in the Fifties Tonight
  • Roy Orbison
  • Seals & Crofts – Summer Breeze
  • Shooter Jennings – Played and arranged horns on album "The Wolf" (2007)
  • Spiral Starecase – "More Today Than Yesterday" (baritone)
  • Steely Dan – The Royal Scam
  • Steve Cropper and Booker T. & the M.G.'s – MEMPHIS (with Kioshiro) – 1992 Tour
  • Steve Taylor – "I Blew Up the Clinic Real Good"
  • Stevie Wonder "Ebony Eyes"
  • The Righteous Brothers – "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin" (baritone)
  • The Rolling Stones – Goat's Head Soup
  • Tom Petty
  • Toto – "Rosanna" – "Africa"
  • Traveling Wilburys – Volume 1, Volume 3
  • Van Dyke Parks – Song Cycle
  • Vince Gill – "I Can't Tell You Why"
  • Warren Zevon – Excitable Boy (tenor)
  • Wynonna

Rédigé par Rolling Stones Stories

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