Pete Christlieb

Pete Christlieb

Pete Christlieb (b. February 16, 1945) is a jazz bebop, West Coast jazz and hard bop tenor saxophonist born in Los Angeles, California and son of bassoonist Don Christlieb. Christlieb has worked with many musicians, such as Tom Waits, Louie Bellson, Chet Baker, Woody Herman, Steely Dan, Doc Severinsen, Warne Marsh and Bill Holman.

Christlieb played the legendary sax solo on Steely Dan's song Deacon Blues from the album Aja.

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