In the '70s and '80s, no great pop song was complete without a super wanky, over-the-top sax solo. We've selected two of music history's best moments of saxual healing—George Michael's unforgettably tragic "Careless Whisper" and Gerry Rafferty's iconic "Baker Street." Both solos are undeniably saxy—but which is the greatest sax solo in pop history? 🎷 🎷 🎷
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