Snoopy and His Friends

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Snoopy and His Friends
SnoopyAndHisFriendsAlbumFront.jpg
Studio album by The Royal Guardsmen
Released 1967
Label Laurie
The Royal Guardsmen chronology
The Return of the Red Baron
(1967)
Snoopy and His Friends
(1967)
Snoopy for President
(1968)
Back cover

Snoopy and His Friends is the third album by the Ocala, Florida group The Royal Guardsmen.

The group is best known for their hit recording of "Snoopy vs. the Red Baron", which was first released in 1966 as a 45rpm record single (it reached No. 2 in the US and No. 8 in the UK). The song, "Snoopy's Christmas", is still one of the Top 10 ‘non-traditional’ Christmas songs played during the month of December each year per BMI and ASCAP.[citation needed] Both songs appear on Snoopy and His Friends.

Charles Schulz, creator of the Peanuts comic strip (and the Snoopy character), drew the album artwork.

Track listing[edit]

  • Side 1
    1. The Story of Snoopy Vs. the Red Baron
    2. The Story of the Return of the Red Baron
    3. The Story of Snoopy's Christmas
  • Side 2
    1. I Say Love
    2. Down Behind the Lines
    3. It's Sopwith Camel Time
    4. So Right
    5. Airplane Song (My Airplane)
    6. It Kinda Looks Like Christmas