Dave "Jaxon" Jackson
Alto, tenor, soprano and baritone saxophones, flute and whistle (all at the same time!)
"And Dave Jackson must be the Van Gogh of the saxophone - a renegade impressionist, dispensing distorted visions of the world outside from his private asylum window"
(from a review by Jonathan Barnett in the NME)
Tim Locke interviewed Dave Jackson in May 2001.
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|DJ in Montreal 1976||DJ at the Marquee Club, London in August 1976||DJ in 1972|
|Dave Jackson in Oxford, 1976|
"Une Grosse Camionnette"
In 1990 Dave Jackson was interviewed by Mick Dillingham.
You can also read the first part of this interview (up to the 1972 split) in Russian.
(for The Long Hello)
|The Jaxon Electric Sax Story
(From The Box)