Which composer made music history in 1973 when a cue from a film he’d scored, two years earlier, became the theme song for one of the longest running (47 years) TV series’, still in production, today?
Which composer won a Grammy for the same song, four years later, though not for the film nor the TV show?
Which composer had the same song sampled by a multi-platinum-selling artist for the title song of her album, released three times: on the first release of the album, produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, on the second re-packaged release, remixed by Puff Daddy, and on a collection album, the following year, remixed by Thunderpuss?
Which composer wrote, arranged and conducted on an album, in 1972, a track from which has now been credited with the birth of Hip-Hop and was the subject of a 2012 documentary?
Which composer has a song from that 1972 album in the new Sony Pictures summer hit, “Baby Driver?”
The answer to all five of these questions is, none other than, Perry Botkin, Jr.