David Sanborn was touring as designated soloist with The Eagles the first time we spoke, playing the big arenas, and being heard by a new audience. The saxman had an album riding up the Jazz Charts, and his sound on alto was becoming the most recognized woodwind tone in all of pop music. In the clips he discusses his R&B roots, his connection to jazz, and the importance of being yourself.
- David Sanborn unearths his R&B roots. “Let’s Just Say Goodbye” from Voyeur, Warner Brothers (1981)
- David Sanborn talks about making people dance. “Run For Cover” from Voyeur, Warner Brothers (1981)
- David Sanborn and the importance ot being yourself. “Port Of Call” from Straight To The Heart, Warner Brothers (1982)