One of the most beautiful marriages between music and TV began here. A Boy Named Charlie Brown (originally titled Jazz Impressions of a Boy Named Charlie Brown) was the 1964 LP that first introduced Guaraldi's Peanuts music: The instant classic Linus and Lucy plus Charlie Brown Theme; Baseball Theme; Blue Charlie Brown; Schroeder; Oh, Good Grief, and more. Still able to instantly warm hearts 50 years later, Vince's music returns here on CD with bonus tracks: Fly Me to the Moon and an unissued Baseball Theme alternate take. The limited-edition LP (120-gram orange vinyl) includes reproductions of the 12 8" x 10" lithographs of Peanuts characters included in the original LP release! Fantasy.