Nashville session saxophonist Homer "Boots" Randolph was born on this day in 1927. His most famous song was "Yakety Sax," which he wrote and recorded in 1963 with James Q. "Spider" Rich. It was inspired by Lieber and Stoller’s "Yakety Yak," which had been a hit for The Coasters in 1958. It was also used at the end of The Benny Hill Show accompanying the final "mad chase" scene.