Armed with just his "Feels So Good" quintet and occasionally a couple of brass players, Mangione's more grandiose ambitions are pretty much behind him on his final A&M release. The emphasis is almost entirely on spinning pretty tunes for his new mass audience without alienating or challenging it much
Chuck Mangione - Fun And Games (1980). Songs in album Chuck Mangione - Fun And Games (1980). 1. Give It All You Got.
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Fun and Games is a 1979 album recorded by the American flugelhorn player Chuck Mangione, who released it on the A&M Records label. All tracks written by Chuck Mangione except where noted: No. Title. Chuck Mangione - Flugelhorn, electric piano. Grant Geissman - Electric guitar, acoustic guitar, 12 string guitar. James Bradley, Jr. - Drums, congas, triangle. Charles Meeks - Bass guitar. Bill Reichenbach Jr. - Trombone. Chris Vadala - Flute, soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone, piccolo, alto flute. It included the song "Give It All You Got", which ABC Sports used for the 1980 Winter Olympics, as well as a slower version of that song, "Give It All You Got, But Slowly". The latter was also used during the 80's as sign-off music for many American television stations. All tracks composed and arranged by Chuck Mangione: Chuck Mangione - Flugelhorn, electric piano.
Mangione has released more than thirty albums since 1960. Early life and career. Born and raised in Rochester, New York, Mangione and his pianist brother Gap led the Jazz Brothers group which recorded three albums for Riverside Records. He attended the Eastman School of Music from 1958 to 1963, and afterwards joined Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers, for which he filled the trumpet chair previously held by greats such as Clifford Brown, Freddie Hubbard, Kenny Dorham, Bill Hardman, and Lee Morgan. In the late 1960s, Mangione was a member of the band The National Gallery, which in 1968 released. Fun and Games is a 1979 album recorded by the American flugelhorn player Chuck Mangione, who released it on the A&M Records label. All tracks written by Chuck Mangione except where noted
Fun and Games is a 1979 album recorded by the American flugelhorn player Chuck Mangione, who released it on the A&M Records label. All tracks composed and arranged by Chuck Mangione: No.
Children of Sanchez is the sixteenth overall album by jazz artist Chuck Mangione. It is also the soundtrack to the 1978 film The Children of Sanchez. Chuck Mangione won a Grammy for Best Pop Instrumental Performance for the title song, "Children of Sanchez". The title track is sung by Don Potter. All songs written by Chuck Mangione except where noted: Musicians. - Drums. Dick Decker - French horn. Grant Geissman - Guitar. Chuck Mangione - Flugelhorn.
LP (12" album, 33 rpm). Chris Vadala Chuck Mangione Format: Vinyl. Fun And Games VINYL LP – A&M – SP-3715.
Performer:Chuck Mangione Genre: Jazz Title: Fun And Games Country: US Released: 1980 Style: Easy Listening MP3 version ZIP size: 1597 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1291 mb Rating: 4.2 Votes: 834 Other Formats: MP2 ASF MOD MP3 MIDI TTA RA