Randolph's unique status as the man who popularized the saxophone in Nashville is reflected in half an album's worth of country songs like "I Fall to Pieces" and "If You've Got the Money.
Boots Randolph – The Benny Hill Show Theme. Boots Randolph & James Q. – Yakety Sax. 3:27. Boots Randolph – Sax Medley Shall We Gather At The River/When.
Yakety Sax" is a pop novelty instrumental jointly composed by James Q. "Spider" Rich and Boots Randolph. Saxophonist Randolph popularized the selection in his 1963 recording, which reached number 35 on the rock charts. UK comedian Benny Hill later made it more widely known as the closing theme music of The Benny Hill Show. The piece is considered Randolph's signature song.
The Very Best of Boots Randolph. Yakety Sax - Theme from "The Benny Hill Show" (feat. The World of Boots Randolph. Yakety Sax! The Very Best Of. 2005. A Whole New Ballgame.
C)1988 Sony Music Entertainment In. (P)1988 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
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Written-By – Randolph*, Rich*
|A2||Walk Right In
Written-By – Darling*, Svanoe*
|A3||If You've Got The Money (I've Got The Time)
Written-By – Beck*, Frizzel*
Written-By – H. Ledbetter*
Written-By – Lieber & Stoller*
Written-By – B. Randolph*
|B1||Smoke Gets In Your Eyes
Written-By – Kern*, Harbach*
|B2||I Can't Stop Loving You
Written-By – Gibson*
Written-By – Belew*, Sowder*, Stevenson*
|B4||It Keeps Right On A-Hurtin'
Written-By – J. Tillotson*
|B5||I Fall To Pieces
Written-By – Cochran*, Howard*
|B6||I Really Don't Want To Know
Written-By – Robertson*, Barnes*
- Engineer [Recording] – Bill Porter
- Producer – Fred Foster
- Technician [Sound] – Tommy Strong
- Tenor Saxophone – Boots Randolph
This album was recorded monoaurally and stereophonically in Nashville. Various pickup mikes used included: Tenor Sax: Telefunken U-47 or Neumann U-67; Organ: directly into console of recording mixer; Rhythm Guitar: Neuman U-48; Electric Guitar: Neumann U-48; Bass Guitar: Telefunken KM54; Bass Fiddle: RCA 44BX; and Piano: Altec 150-A. Mastering was done at 15 i.p.s. from stereophonic tape on a Scully lathe, employing a Westrex head.
Nearly identical to this release Boots Randolph's Yakety Sax! which has a different label artwork on the vinyl.
|SLP 18002||Boots Randolph||Boots Randolph's Yakety Sax! (LP, Album)||Monument||SLP 18002||US||1963|
|SLP-18002||Boots Randolph||Boots Randolph's Yakety Sax! (LP, Album)||Monument||SLP-18002||US||1963|
|MNC 1802||Boots Randolph||Boots Randolph's Yakety Sax! (Reel, 4tr Stereo, 7" Reel, Album)||Monument||MNC 1802||US||1963|
|NM 398||Boots Randolph||Boots Randolph's Sax-Party (LP)||Monument||NM 398||Germany||Unknown|
|SLP-18002||Boots Randolph||Boots Randolph's Yakety Sax (LP, Album)||Monument||SLP-18002||US||1963|