11 Examples That Prove Not Everything’s Better With Yakety Sax
CAN EVERYTHING be made better with Yakety Sax, even a Benny Hill sketch?
Homer “Boots” Randolph III ‘s 1963 record is a joyous thing. (That’s him below.) Originally released as the flip side to Boots’ first single release Percolator, it’s been an enduring hit.
Can the song add humour to the humourless?
Take it away, Homer:
And Chet Atkins, who turned the Sax into Yakety Axe (geddit?)
And if you want to sing along with Mark Knopfler, you can:
To prove that the Sax thrashes the axe (ann the piano – who asked for the piano?):
And with a silent movie soundtrack slant:
Finally, here’s Benny Hill. No, not with Yakety Sax. Even he tired of it: