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Superdisk of Charlie Brown’s Christmas: Huppin’s giving all sales to 2nd Harvest

Get in the mood and make a contribution to Spokane’s 2nd Harvest food bank.

This weekend, the two Huppin’s Hi-Fi, Video and Cameras stores in Spokane are offering a $10 superdisk version of the Charlie Brown Christmas recording. This is the Monster Cable 40th anniversary of Charlie Brown’s Christmas, based on the classic Vince Guaraldi recording, covered by many contemporary jazz artists.

The good part:  all proceeds go to the area’s heavily used food bank.

Audiophiles enjoy the superdisk format because of its high definition, surround-sound features.

This disk features these cuts:

1. Christmas Is Coming - David Benoit
2. Just Like Me - Vanessa Williams
3. Linus And Lucy - Dave Koz
4. It’s The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year - Toni Braxton
5. My Little Drum - Rick Braun
6. Skating - Norman Brown
7. Christmas Time Is Here - Brian McKnight
8. O Tannenbaum - Gerald Albright
9. Red Baron - The Rippingtons feat. Russ Freeman
10. The Christmas Song - Chaka Khan
11. Für Elise (Beethoven) - David Benoit
12. Christmas Time Is Here (Reprise) - Eric Marienthal


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