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The Battle Of New Orleans - Boots Randolph - Yakety Sax/Yakety Revisited (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Yakety Sax Sweet Talk Temptation After You've Gone Battle of New Orleans Sleep Walk Little Big Horn So Rare Teach Me Tonight The Happy Whistler Estrellita Sleep Difficult (Bonus Track) I'm Getting the Message Baby (Bonus Tracks).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Yakety Sax/Yakety Revisited on Discogs. Label: Monument - BZ • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Compilation, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Folk, World, & Country •/5(3).
  3. Wonderful Old CD in Superb NEW Conditon! Boots never will let you down. Even in his earlier years, which is the reason I bought this CD, he was a VERY GOOD Tenor Sax Player! I don't think anyone will ever be able to SING like Boots did. I, like many others, do like to try to match his style and sound and will continue to do so forever.5/5(2).
  4. BOOTS RANDOLPH Vinyl Records and CDs Boots was an American musician best known for his saxophone hit, "Yakety Sax" (Benny Hill's signature tune). Born: .
  5. The Yakin' Sax Man, an Album by Boots Randolph. Released in June on RCA Camden (catalog no. CAS; Vinyl LP). Featured peformers: Boots Randolph (saxophone), James "Spider" Rich (guitar), Bob Moore (bass), Buddy Harman (drums), Floyd Cramer (piano), Chet Atkins (producer).
  6. Homer Louis "Boots" Randolph III (June 3, – July 3, ) was an American musician best known for his saxophone hit "Yakety Sax" (which became Benny Hill's signature tune). Randolph was a major part of the "Nashville sound" for most of his professional career.
  7. Label: Monument - SLP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo Terre Haute Pressing • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Boots Randolph - Yakety Revisited (, Terre Haute Pressing, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(30).
  8. Boots Randolph's signature tune, "Yakety Sax," was inspired by the sax solo in the Coasters' "Yakety Yak," and is much better known than its modest chart placement might suggest. Randolph had recorded "Yakety Sax" for RCA several years earlier without success, but his Monument recording clicked in and the accompanying gold-selling album spent nearly a year on the charts.

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