Great clip, thanks for sharing
. This also shows that making music is all about having fun and being relaxed.
I remember having seen Mr. Randolph once in Amsterdam in the late 80's, during a master class of Rock & Roll saxophone given in Paradiso (an old Church, now a famous pop music hall). In the afternoon three master of R&R sax (Boots, Sil Austin and Lee Allen) gave a master class (actually Lee Allen was not in, he seemed to be stucked somewere in a coffee shop or cafe in Amsterdam :bluewink
. I was just starting on sax and was very impressed by the sound of Boots (I think he played a big tip Berg Larsen) and Sil (Otto Link 8*). I remember Boots invited some guys from the audience to play 'Yakety Sax' and one guy from Zeeland (South of Holland) played it so well that Boots was really amazed. He said something like 'They play it better overhere than I ever can!'. In the evening all three (Boots, Sil and Lee) played a set with after that a big jam session, including Hans and Candy Dulfer (who can play tremendous bluesy sax if she wants!). Those where the days
I remember Boots from that day in Amsterdam as a very modest and friendly man and a hell of a saxophone player.