Here's another tune without chords. It's just me playing five sax parts over beats. I was initially a little shocked at how much key noise is generated by all the saxes, especially the bari. For those not accustomed to the shorthand, that's baritone saxophone. I don't own any, but I rented one from my sax repair-guy. It sounded quite good, but the keys were so noisy. Plus, my tenor has fairly loud keys, as well. The result was lots of non-musical noise. Well, there's no taking it back, so I've gotten used to it.
I wrote this tune shortly after the revolution in Egypt. It was a time when the goodwill following the ouster of Mubarak was beginning to wane and many Egyptians were worse off than before. So I decided to write a song from the perspective of someone who can see this coming. It really doesn't matter that it has a latin feel to it. I didn't want to make it country-specific. I mean, even though it concerns itself with Egypt it doesn't have to have the arabesque sound. Anyhow, I wanted to throw in as many saxophone parts as I could and I did. I apologize for all the key noise, but it is a pretty slick tune.