Perhaps one of the most respected studio room guitarists to emerge in the ’70s was Elliot Randall, whose tasty licks helped propel many of Steely Dan’s most renowned music. Although he performed on many Steely Dan albums (1975’s Katy Lied, 1976’s Royal Fraud), it had been the group’s debut documenting, 1972’s Can’t Purchase a Thrill, that Randall is most beneficial known for – specifically his extended single in the traditional rock radio regular, “Reelin’ in the Years.” Because of his use Steely Dan, Randall was shortly flooded with various other studio room offers by various other performers, as he eventually either documented or performed using the Doobie Brothers, Carly Simon, the Blues Brothers, Carl Wilson, Peter Wolf, Peter Frampton, Richie Havens, Yoko Ono, the Community People, Gene Simmons, Asia, the Rochester Philharmonic, as well as the American Symphony Orchestra, amongst others. Another monitor that highlighted his exceptional electric guitar function was the strike title monitor towards the 1980 film Popularity, sung by Irene Cara. Randall in addition has served being a ‘musical expert’ for NBC’s Sunday Evening Live, and provides penned, created, and performed countless advertisements for Television and radio over time. Furthermore to his musical abilities, Randall also functions as an ‘indie expert’ for many leading electronic businesses, including Akai, Roland, Korg, and Yamaha.