Saxophone, like cilantro, is bound to attract a polarizing response to anything you sprinkle it on. If you think you’re sax-allergic, allow these vital songs to rev you up and set you straight. “Baker Street” boasts the sauciest sax riff this side of “Careless Whisper.” Stevie Wonder expresses rapture through a sax duet. Steely Dan slyly deploys it to soundtrack delusions of middle-aged-man grandeur. And no one has made the sax sound as joyful as Bruce Springsteen and Clarence “The Big Man” Clemons. What, do you hate joy?