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Neal Cameron scottish saxplayer
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i am at the day of writing this 47 years old., been playing sax for 30 years, tenor, alto, clarinet,althhough at 12 years old started on the clarinet. my major influences were on clarinet Benny Goodman, then on sax the legendary Stan Getz. i played in a British army band for 6 years, tough times!!mad drinking etc, then when i was out was free to express myself, i am a natural jazz improviser, and at prsent , away from jazz i am the permanent sax player for the united kingdoms top pink floyd tribute band called the surrogate pink floyd show.i do session work, tours, and all good work.and have brother who lives in Florida. which is a cool place.

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At 6:26am on August 15, 2008, Neal Cameron scottish saxplayer said…
Hello to all from me, neal in Glasgow, Scotland, a sax player, finally joined the site , and thanks Bev for all your help.
At 10:02am on August 15, 2008, Bev Getz said…
Hi Neal! Glad to see you made it! Welcome! Looking forward to getting to know you and hearing some of your music.

Best,
Bev (-:
At 10:15pm on June 11, 2009, anna conn said…
Hi Neal
Thanks.. Yeah reguardless how flawless and beautiful his recorded music was, he was just as good in person acturally better as when he'd take a break off stage you could talk to him and he was the nicest guy and fun to talk with.... Anna

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