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This is the theme song for the Red Foxx starring 1970s sitcom Sanford and Son. Quincy Jones penned the tune and the multi-Grammy winning producer recalled in a 2010 interview with Billboard magazine how he became involved with writing this show's music and his concerns about the casting of Foxx, who had a reputation as an extremely explicit comedian at that point in time. The tune has also regularly been referred to in popular culture. For instance, in the Simpsons episode, Trash of the Titans, the song appears in the scene where Ray Patterson is reinstated. This is a reference to a moment that occurred during a poorly attended Redd Foxx Vegas stand up show when he refused to perform to such a small audience.
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Sanford and Son Theme (The Streetbeater)" is the theme to the 1970s situation comedy Sanford and Son. It was composed by Quincy Jones. The Streetbeater was first released by A&M Records on Jones' 1973 album You've Got It Bad Girl and as a single from that album. It is also featured on his Greatest Hits album. Although the song itself only reached and did not reach Billboard status for that year, it has maintained mainstream popularity, ranking 9th in a Rolling Stone Reader Poll of Television Themes Songs. Summer in the City released: 2007. The Quincy Jones ABC/Mercury Big Band Jazz Sessions released: 2007. Big Band Bossa Nova released: 2007.