In all likelihood, any song you remember from this show, for better or worse, can be linked to either Joe Raposo or Tony Geiss. Oh, the tantrums that have been stopped... Jeff Moss, Sam Pottle, and Christopher Cerf also deserve credit.
More Awesome Music worthy of mention; during the show's first few years, Stevie Wonder performed one of the best versions of "Superstition" ever! Listen for yourself!
Then there's the wonderful closing credits music that used to accompany Friday episodes, complete with Toots Thielemans' mellow harmonica rendition of the theme and the unforgettable "Funky Chimes" music.
"On The Subway" - which also has one of the all time great Getting Crap Past the Radar moments at 1:21 when a passenger says "You might lose your purse and you might lose something worse on the subway"!
"Pinball Number Count" Fun Fact: Yes, that is The Pointer Sisters singing it. "1-2-3 4-5 6-7-8 9-10 11-12!"
Philip Glass' "Geometry of Circles" music. All four clips are pure minimalist goodness, and while they are all based around the same framework, they each play out quite differently to keep things interesting.