Fritz the Cat (soundtrack)

Fritz the Cat (soundtrack)

Infobox Album |
Name = Fritz the Cat
Type = Soundtrack
Artist = Ed Bogas and Ray Shanklin

Released = 1972
Recorded = November 1971—January 1972
Length = 38:44
Label = Fantasy Records
Producer = Ed Bogas and Ray Shanklin
Reviews = *Allmusic Rating|3|5 [ link]
Chronology = Ralph Bakshi film soundtrack
Last album =
This album = "Fritz the Cat OST"
Next album = "Heavy Traffic OST"

The "Fritz the Cat OST" is the 1972 soundtrack album to the animated film of the same name. The soundtrack features a number of jazz, funk and rock and roll songs as well as the film's score as performed by Ed Bogas and Ray Shanklin.

The album was originally released on Fantasy Records in 1972. It was later re-released in 1996 on compact disc as part of a compilation that featured both the soundtracks to "Fritz the Cat" and another Ralph Bakshi feature, "Heavy Traffic," on the same disc.

Various musical cues and instrumental songs from the film are not featured on the soundtrack and still remain unreleased to this day.

Track listing

#Black Talk (Charles Earland)
#Duke's Theme (Ray Shanklin)
#Fritz the Cat (Crumb-Bogas)
#Mamblues (Cal Tjader)
#Bo Diddley (Eugene McDaniels)
#*"Performed by Bo Diddley"
#Bertha's Theme (Shanklin)
#Winston (Ed Bogas)
#House Rock (Bogas-Day)
#The Synagogue (Traditional, arr. Bogas)
#Yesterdays (Harbach-Kern)
#*"Performed by Billie Holiday"
#Love Light of Mine (Betty Watson)
#*"Performed by The Watson Sisters"
#The Riot (Bogas-Saunders)
#You're The Only Girl (I Ever Really Loved) (Krantz-Bogas-Shanklin)

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