Vince Guaraldi’s breakthrough album Jazz Impressions of Black Orpheus is getting an expanded reissue with 12 previously unreleased selections in celebration of its 60th anniversary.

Released by Craft Recordings, the new edition of the 1962 album features 16 total bonus tracks, including outtakes and alternate takes of nearly every track on the record.

Before Vince Guaraldi’s name became synonymous with the beloved Peanuts animated specials, he was a rising star in the West Coast jazz scene. He released his self-titled debut album in 1956 and followed it with A Flower Is a Lovesome Thing in 1957. But it was only five years later when the pianist released his third album that he settled into his own as a leader and established his signature style.

Featuring the Grammy-winning hit Cast Your Fate to the Wind, Jazz Impressions of Black Orpheus served as Guaraldi’s creative and commercial breakthrough and turned him into a household name.