Thanks to the Latin-inflected title track, Children of Sanchez became another huge hit for Chuck Mangione. The title song even earned him a Grammy for Best Pop Instrumental Performance, and serious jazz listeners will spot a problem with that award - it was for pop, not jazz. That, of course, is an accurate assessment of Mangione's music, since there isn't much improvisation on the album at all. Instead, there's a selection of Spanish and Latin-flavored instrumentals, arranged as if to give the impression that the album is a song cycle
Redirected from Children of Sanchez (Chuck Mangione album)). 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.
Chuck Mangione & Don Potter. This Compilation ℗ 1978 A&M Records. More By Chuck Mangione. See All. A&M Gold Series (Reissue). 20th Century Masters: The Best Of Chuck Mangione (The Millennium Collection).
Children Of Sanchez is a jazz related soundtracks music album recording by CHUCK MANGIONE released in 1977 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette.
Children of Sanchez, 1978. Children of Sanchez, 1978. Unfortunately, the station stopped broadcasting. Perhaps, this is a temporary station problem. You can leave your e-mail and we will let you know when the broadcast of the station will be online again: Or listen to the other country dec name stations.
Charles Frank "Chuck" Mangione (/mændʒiˈoʊni/; born November 29, 1940) is an American flugelhorn player, trumpeter and composer. He was a member of Art Blakey's band and co-led the Jazz Brothers with his brother, Gap. He achieved international success in 1977 with his jazz-pop single "Feels So Good". Mangione has released more than 30 albums since 1960
Chuck Mangione is a renknowned flugelhorn musician and composer, known especially for his top ten hit "Feels So Good" off the album of the same name, which taught listeners what a flugelhorn was. He was commissioned to write the soundtrack to "The Children of Sanchez". Give It All You Got. Chuck Mangione.
|A||Children Of Sanchez||3:15|
|B||Doin' Everything With You||3:23|
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|AMS 7389||Chuck Mangione||Children Of Sanchez (7", Single)||A&M Records||AMS 7389||UK||1978|
|45-88030||Chuck Mangione||Los Hijos De Sanchez (7", Single)||A&M Records||45-88030||Ecuador||1979|
|AMS 6650||Chuck Mangione||Children Of Sanchez (7", Single, Promo)||A&M Records||AMS 6650||Germany||1978|
|AMS 7389||Chuck Mangione||Children Of Sanchez (7", Single, Promo)||A&M Records||AMS 7389||UK||1978|
|A1||Children Of Sanchez Overture
French Horn – Jerry PeelVocals – Don Potter
Arranged By [Strings] – Jeff Tkazyik
|B1||Pilgrimage (Part 1)|
|B2||Pilgrimage (Part 2)|
|B3||Consulo's Love Theme
Vocals – Don Potter, Phyllis Hyman
Arranged By [Strings] – Jeff TkazyikVocals – Don Potter
Flugelhorn – Chuck MangioneTrumpet, Flugelhorn – Jeff Tkazyik
Arranged By [Strings] – Bill Reichenbach
|D3||Children Of Sanchez Finale
Vocals – Don Potter
|SP-6700||Chuck Mangione||Children Of Sanchez (2xLP, Album, CSM)||A&M Records||SP-6700||US||1978|
|AMP-8003 4||Chuck Mangione||Children Of Sanchez (2xLP, Album)||A&M Records||AMP-8003 4||Japan||1978|
|SP-6700||Chuck Mangione||Children Of Sanchez (2xLP, Album)||A&M Records||SP-6700||US||1978|
|396 700-2||Chuck Mangione||Children Of Sanchez (2xCD, Album, Unofficial)||A&M Records||396 700-2||Germany||Unknown|
|396 700-2 (23-2)||Chuck Mangione||Children Of Sanchez (2xCD, Album, RP)||A&M Records||396 700-2 (23-2)||Mexico||Unknown|