Limited to 350 copies on "Baseball Mitt" brown vinyl, exclusive to Craft Recordings' store.
Recorded in 1964, the music of A Boy Named Charlie Brown contains Vince Guaraldi’s earliest Peanuts creations, including the first appearance of “Charlie Brown’s Theme” and “Linus and Lucy,” which became the defining song of all the early TV specials. This LP re-issue features the 1972 artwork depicting a helpless Charlie Brown on a pitcher’s mound and comes with 8 newly created baseball cards of favorite Peanuts characters. The album was mastered from the original analog tapes by Kevin Gray.
Order limit of two copies per customer, due to the limited nature of this edition.
A1. Oh, Good Grief (2:21)
A2. Pebble Beach (2:47)
A3. Happiness Is (3:37)
A4. Schroeder (1:51)
A5. Charlie Brown Theme (4:20)
B1. Linus And Lucy (3:03)
B2. Blue Charlie Brown (7:26)
B3. Baseball Theme (3:13)
B4. Freda (With The Naturally Curly Hair) (4:31)
• "Baseball Mitt Brown" color vinyl exclusive to the Craft Recordings store, limited to 350 copies.
• Re-issued for the first time since 1972 with baseball artwork featuring Charlie Brown.
• Includes a set of 8 baseball cards of favorite Peanuts characters, (Snoopy, Charlie, Lucy, Linus, Patty etc.)
• ALL-ANALOG mastering from the original tapes by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio. Pressed at MRP.