It had been estimated at onetime the music of prolific composer/maker Charles Fox was heard by 300 mil people every week while the composer, along with frequent collaborator, lyricist Norman Gimbel, from the themes of such ’70s hit Television shows while Happy Times, “Our Dreams BECOME A REALITY” from Laverne and Shirley, Angie, The Like Boat, Wonder Female, Love American Design, and Paper Run after. Fox’s tunes had been heard in an incredible number of living rooms every week. His hit tunes are Roberta Flack’s “Getting rid of Me Softly,” 1978 Academy Honor nominee “Prepared to Take a Opportunity Once again” sung by Barry Manilow, Pratt and McClain’s cover of “Content Times,” and Jim Croce’s “I ACQUIRED a Name.” His film credits will also be amazing: The Additional Side from the Hill (contains the 1975 Academy Award nominee “Richard’s Windowpane”), Bad Play, Goodbye Columbus, Private, Two Minute Caution, Victory at Entebbe, Pufnstuf, and Barbarella. Along with his desire for music backed by his mandolin-playing dad, Fox began acquiring piano lessons at age group seven. Afterwards he went to New York’s Music and Artwork SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL. At 18, he visited France to review with Nadia Boulanger, his most significant impact musically and humanistically. In 1961, Fox came back to NY where he continuing his classical research and started playing Latin music around the town and in the Catskill Mountains. He performed around with the thought of signing up for a kibbutz in Israel, spending his period composing non-commercial music, but set his places on film composing. A pal presented Fox to Skitch Henderson, a bandleader over the Tonight Display. Fox started composing incidental music for the present and organizing and executing in The Tonight Present band. Around once, he began credit scoring short topics, USIA, movies and product movies. Fox begun to obtain job after work. His first Television theme was Crazy World of Sports activities, first TV history rating was Johnny Belinda, and initial movie rating was The Occurrence. Bob Crewe, whom Fox acquired worked with on the jazz/rock record, asked him to rating a major film for Paramount. The film, Barbarella starring Jane Fonda, was a huge hit, and in 1970 Fox produced the trek western to LA. Welcomed in Hollywood, Fox have scored countless tv (The Bugaloos ) and film scores (Brief Circuit II).