Some big-name saxophonists have some advice for Bill Clinton - don't quit your day job.

After the presidential candidate donned sunglasses and played his tenor sax on a couple of numbers with Arsenio Hall's band last week, sax players David Sanborn, Stanley Turrentine, Phil Woods and Jimmy Heath offered their critiques to Entertainment Weekly. "He played like a politician because everything was confusing," Turrentine said. "You couldn't tell one note from the other. `Heartbreak Hotel' was better because the band drowned him out."