Bob Dorough, jazz musician and musical director of Schoolhouse Rock, passed away earlier this week, at the age of 94. His voice is instantly recognizable.
Lolly, Lolly, Lolly.
Via Yahoo Entertainment:
"In 1971 he received a commission to 'set the multiplication tables to music.' This led to a small industry, being the beginning of ABC-TV's 'Schoolhouse Rock,' Saturday morning cartoons that entertained and instructed unsuspecting children during the years 1973-1985," Dorough's biography reads.
The bio adds, "The impact of this media exposure was unpredictably immense. The show came back for another five years in the 90's and is now enjoying its 40th anniversary with a DVD edition of the entire, five-subject series, for which Dorough worked as the Musical Director."