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(YouTube)   Wanted to share this tune/video I made in anticipation of the Great Pumpkin's arrival. Charlie Brown ...ROCKS   ( divider line
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181 clicks; posted to FarkUs » on 22 Oct 2012 at 9:36 PM (5 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

Charlie Brown ...ROCKS! (Linus & Lucy)

MP3 available here:​n-rocks-linus-and-lucy/ShYDz

or as part of my "Movie Music ROCKS, Vol. 1" album, here:​rocks-vol-1/YAckX

Massive thanks to everyone who has subscribed to my channel! There are now over 4000 of you crazy awesome folks! When I started doing this back in January I NEVER thought so many of you would end up hearing my music and showing your support. Thank you.

Anyways, this song was in my head a bunch the last couple days so I had to get it out! Knocked out the recording and video edit in about 4 hours today. Initially I wasn't too sure how it'd come out but I'm happy with the end result... hope you like it too! (If you do, please SHARE / LIKE / COMMENT / SUBSCRIBE! ;)

I'm gonna try to get another song up here for you guys for Halloween, hopefully I'll have the time!

Until next time, Geekers,


P.S. I'm very active on my facebook page and love hearing from anybody who's digging the music, please stop by and say hi!


My MP3's are available here:​Gx4H

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The original tune, called "Linus and Lucy" was composed by the great Vince Guaraldi! All credit to him for inspiring this version!


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