When you hear a Clarence Clemons sax solo, you know it's him.
“The Big Man” used soul and R&B riffs, but he wrapped them in a style that was distinctly rock, whether he was in the middle of an elaborate call-and-response with Bruce Springsteen or helping Lady Gaga live out her '80s retro fantasies.
As we continue to mourn his death from complications from a recent stroke, here's a look at some of his best work:
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"If I Should Fall Behind"
"Born to Run"
"Tenth Avenue Freeze Out"
"Freeway of Love"