The second song is "Baker Street," a great song lifted to legendary status thanks to a remarkably memorable (but simple) saxophone riff contributed by one Raphael Ravenscroft. This started to hit the airwaves when I was in my last month of high school, and it seemed like everyone liked it - even the guys who normally wouldn't listen to anything that might have even a small chance at being played on AM radio.
And even though it would be a fine song without it, there's little doubt that what carries the song is that sax solo. That's not to meant to disrespect Rafferty, a fine songwriter and performer who had a strong, if uneven career. But when I hear that sax, I'm immediately transported back to those carefree times, when I thought I was the bee's knees just for having graduated from high school.
"Baker Street," Gerry Rafferty, from the summer of 1978.