"Tenor saxophonist Boots Randolph was an important contributor to the Nashville sound, the set of pop-flavored textures that dominated country music in the late '50s and early '60s. One single, the 1963 instrumental "Yakety Sax," showed Randolph putting all these influences together and delivering an extremely catchy tune; it became his only real hit. But Randolph was a consistent seller of LP albums (with 13 charted releases) in the 1960s and 1970s; offering pleasant saxophone covers of material from various genres of music, he became a counterpart to Atkins on guitar and Floyd Cramer on piano." - AMG.
The record is Exc-.
The jacket is Mint.
The LP plays Mint-.
A crystal-clear, large, open and powerful sound. Very detailed instruments with solid imaging on a wide and deep soundstage. An excellent LP.
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