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Rest In Peace Boots Randolph


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  • Rest In Peace Boots Randolph

    More sad news today for music lovers. Boots Randolph and his "Yakety Sax" pass on to his Final Reward. One of my favorite musicians of all time. He joins his session mates Chet Atkins, and Floyd Cramer in the big band in the sky who have passed on before him. Chances are if you recorded in Nashville during the 60's, 70's, & 80's all three of them played on your record.

    His big hit "Yakety Sax" later became well known to most of you as the theme song for the British comedy Benny Hill.

    Boots will be sorely missed.

    Last edited by BDBopper; 07-03-2007, 04:12 PM.
    Originally posted by aashee
    We are 100% grade A Disney Dorks.

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    Re: Rest In Peace Boots Randolph

    R.I.P. Amigo.


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