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Linus and Lucy, a Ska-lliday Cover

Playing keyboard, trumpet, trombone, guitar, and bass guitar, 23-year-old musician Jeremy Hunter of Skatune Network adds a ska twist to the Vince Guaraldi classic Linus and Lucy.

Named for the fictional siblings Linus and Lucy van Pelt, it was released in 1964 on the Vince Guaraldi Trio’s album Jazz Impressions of a Boy Named Charlie Brown. A Charlie Brown Christmas introduced the song to a television audience of millions of children beginning in 1965.

Follow this with Carnegie Hall’s Ensemble ACJW: 43 Cartoon Theme Songs and John Wilson Orchestra: Scott Bradley‘s Tom & Jerry cartoon music.

via The Awesomer.

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