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April 26, 2018

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January 11, 2008
At one time I thought I was a good sax player until I heard boots play some 25 years ago in Evanville IND. After hearing him play I went back and started over-- what talent-- Boots must of had direct contact with the man upstairs because I could tell it came from the heart and was a gift from God.
January 8, 2008
Still in our thoughts. God bless you and your family Boots. Thank you for the music. RIP>
January 1, 2008
I'm a saxophonist myself, and I have always looked up to Randolph- even before I knew his name. I had heard Yakety Sax and it made me smile to think that maybe, just maybe someday I could be that good. I will always look up to him as an inspiration to keep playing Orlean, my tenor sax. He was a worthy legend to musicians everywhere. I can only hope to someday play half as good as he was.
December 8, 2007
An absolute must for all the Musical Halls Of Fame,NASHVILLE. Have all his music, play with it to this day, modeled my style after his, but there was only one Boots Randolph. I am so glad we were able to see him in Pigion Forge when he was here last. There were some greats, but he was The Greatest. My dearest wishes for his family and friends. A singer sings, yes? But someone that can evoke the scope of emotion through a sax like he did was nothing short of a gift to us all.