Ed Bogas

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Edgar Noel "Ed" Bogas (born February 2, 1942), sometimes credited as Edward Bogas, is an American musician and composer whose work has been featured in films, animations, and video games.wikipedia
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The United States of America (band)

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In the 1960s Bogas was a member of the progressive rock/psychedelic band The United States of America, and in the 1970s he contributed the music for films by Ralph Bakshi and for television specials for the Peanuts series, succeeding Vince Guaraldi after his death in 1976.
Later, for some of their recordings and performances, they added Marron's friend and writing partner Ed Bogas (keyboards).

This Is America, Charlie Brown

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He continued writing music for Peanuts television specials through 1989 (This Is America, Charlie Brown), and in 1982 he also began contributing music for Garfield TV specials and series.
The series included music by many composers and performers including Peanuts regular Ed Bogas, Dave Brubeck, David Benoit (who would later take over scoring the specials starting with It's Christmastime Again, Charlie Brown), George Winston, Wynton Marsalis and Dave Grusin.

Desirée Goyette

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He composed the music for all 121 half-hours of Garfield and Friends, and co-wrote all the songs for the Garfield segments with future wife Desirée Goyette for the first three seasons, and with writer Mark Evanier for the rest of the run.
On the first three seasons of Garfield and Friends, Goyette co-wrote all of her songs for the Garfield segments with future husband Ed Bogas.

A Christmas Without Snow

In 1980, Bogas composed the score for the CBS television movie A Christmas Without Snow, in which he also appeared in the part of the accompanist to the choirmaster portrayed by John Houseman.

Ray Shanklin

Along with Ed Bogas, he co-composed the scores for Ralph Bakshi's films Fritz the Cat and Heavy Traffic.

Heavy Traffic

Ed Bogas and Ray Shanklin returned to write and perform the film's score, as they had done for Bakshi's previous feature, Fritz the Cat.

Fritz the Cat (film)

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The film's score was composed by Ed Bogas and Ray Shanklin.

HardBall!

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In the 1980s he started composing music for Commodore 64 computer games such as Hardball!.

Heavy Traffic (soundtrack)

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The film's score was performed by Ed Bogas and Ray Shanklin.

Here Comes Garfield

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It featured songs from and inspired by the television special, composed by Ed Bogas and Desirée Goyette and performed by Goyette and Lou Rawls.

Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown (and Don't Come Back!!)

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Garfield's Halloween Adventure

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For the musical score, Ed Bogas and Desirée Goyette were employed, having previously worked on Garfield television specials.

The United States of America (album)

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In "Garden of Earthly Delights", Bogas wrote the lyrics for the first verse and chorus.

Fritz the Cat (soundtrack)

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The soundtrack features a number of blues, funk and rock and roll songs as well as the film's score as performed by Ed Bogas and Ray Shanklin.

Garfield and Friends

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He composed the music for all 121 half-hours of Garfield and Friends, and co-wrote all the songs for the Garfield segments with future wife Desirée Goyette for the first three seasons, and with writer Mark Evanier for the rest of the run.