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Chuck Mangione

Throughout the 1970s, Chuck Mangione was a celebrity. His purposely lightweight music was melodic pop that was upbeat, optimistic, and sometimes uplifting. Mangione's records were big sellers yet few of his fans from the era knew that his original goal was to be a bebopper. His father had often taken Chuck and his older brother Gap (a keyboardist) out to see jazz concerts, and Dizzy Gillespie was a family friend. While Chuck studied at the Eastman School, the two Mangiones co-led a bop quintet called the Jazz Brothers who recorded several albums for Jazzland, often with Sal Nistico on tenor. Chuck Mangione played with the big bands of Woody Herman and Maynard Ferguson (both in 1965) and Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers (1965-1967). In 1968, now sticking mostly to his soft-toned flügelhorn, Mangione formed a quartet that also featured Gerry Niewood on tenor and soprano. They cut a fine set for Mercury in 1972, but otherwise Mangione's recordings in the '70s generally used large orchestras and vocalists (including Esther Satterfield), putting the emphasis on lightweight melodies such as "Hill Where the Lord Hides," "Land of Make Believe," "Chase the Clouds Away." and the huge 1977 hit (featuring guitarist Grant Geissman) "Feels So Good." After a recorded 1978 Hollywood Bowl concert that summed up his pop years and a 1980 two-LP set that alternated pop and bop (with guest Dizzy Gillespie), Mangione gradually faded out of the music scene. In the '70s, Chuck Mangione recorded for Mercury and A&M; in the '80s he had a couple of very forgettable Columbia albums, and had not been heard from in the '90s until a 1997 comeback tour found him in good form, having a reunion with his "Feels So Good" band. The Feeling's Back followed in 1999. ~ Scott Yanow
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Children Of Sanchez

Disc 1

1. Children of Sanchez (Overture)

2. Lullabye

3. Fanfare

4. Pilgrimage (Part 1)

5. Pilgrimage (Part 2)

6. Consuelo's Love Theme

Disc 2

1. Hot Consuelo

2. Death Scene

3. Market Place

4. Echano

5. Bellavia

6. Lullabye

7. Medley

8. B'Bye

9. Children of Sanchez (Finale)

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Track List: Feels So Good

1. Feels So Good

2. Maui-waui

3. Theme From Side Street

4. Hide & Seek (Ready Or Not Here I Come)

5. Last Dance

6. The XIth Commandment

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Track List: Land Of Make Believe (Cd)

1. Legend Of The One-Eyed Sailor

2. Lullaby For Nancy Carol

3. El Gato Triste

4. The Gloria From The Mass Of St. Bernard

5. As Long As We're Together

6. Land Of Make Believe

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Track List: Greatest Hits: Chuck Mangione

1. Feels So Good

3. Bellavia

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ONE OF THE BEST SONGS EVER!!
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Brings back memories! Feels so good just to hear it again!
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Simply Great Music, with a Sense of Passion!
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Class
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Incredible writer /arranger. Listen to his version of "Funny Valentine " as tasty as music can get. Not a strong lip or player but gigantic ears !!!!
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got to see him 77 and 78 twice including his Hollywood bowl concert with Dizzy.. what a true talent, thanks Pandora for reminding us all how amazing his music is
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He come to puerto rico only one time.great.
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My girls and l saw chuck in concert met papa .we all love his his music .here in Houston Texas
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A breath of fresh air
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Saw him at Albany State back in like '77 or '78. One of my favorite jazz artists.
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kdpflugrad
I saw him in concert and met his manager "his dad Papa Mangione" in the mid 80s was a great show:-)
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msanders319
I still have this album. It brings back some amazing memories.
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amyg95
Nirvana
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oh the memories... feels so good.... one song i yearned to learn to play...
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soullit22
BON APPETIT!
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thanks Pandora
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nacehicks
Love this....
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hevenly1006
Love, love ,love
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Bring back good memories ��
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bertmarro
Whatever happened to Esther Satterfield? She was one of the best vocalists I've ever had the pleasure of hearing.
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Seen him so many times in the 70s 80s and 90s, miss him, did he retire?
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Always been a big fan! Love his flugelhorn.
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marmergillan o
I. Luv. His. Music.
So. Much
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Smooth
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shoptheworld 1 0 1
Just brings me back to 70's - this was the good music!
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Love this song. He needs a comeback and make another album
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So good!!!
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rosteen6
I truly loved hearing Chuck and his band. I saw him in Concert at Carowinds in North Carolina back in the 70's it was great to be there and hear his music. I would truly love seeing him in concert again.

Bigo1959
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hpbreitkopf
Super Goooood.....
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Love this song,brings me back to my teen years every time I hear it, jazz fan back then too, was in H.S.band.��
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I love this song. Great job
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yep your right
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flugle right?
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matthend1
love this..
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Correct me if I'm wrong but isn't that Lee Ritenour on guitar?
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Put that on repeat and I would drive for hours with a smile. Thanks Chuck
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Doesn't get any better than Feels So Good, never a better named song.
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I loved
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Classic track for a well deserved Friday evening ����❤️ FEEL SO GOOD
Classic music for the PEOPLES ��
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Played with uncle Maynard in the 60s? I did not now that! I was a trumpet /flu gel guy back in the day, and those 2 were my heros. Ferguson could scream to the heights like no one and Chuck is so mellow and smooth. The Ying /Yan of high brass.
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I love this song, it makes me feel good and 1977 was a good year for smooth jazz sounds.....
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mghill08
Was in the band in junior college and we played the heck out of Chuck Mangione music. Was introduced to him then in 1977-79 and NEVER get tired of his music. Drum and Bugle corp loved to play his work, DCI. Saw him in concert at Ravinia Park and Poplar Creek in Chicago. Papa Mangione would be selling t-shirts and albums. Amazing musician!
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Feels So Good is probably my least favorite Chuck song and it's a bummer most people only associate this song with him. I always liked Children of Sanchez, Legend of the One-Sailor, Bellavia, Love the Feelin' better. Live at the Hollywood Bowl is the best Chuck album, though it doesn't include Legend.
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A great song from a great artist...... . . CLASSIC!!!!!
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I had Feels So Good on 8-track (yes I'm dating myself) back in the day. I would start my DJ set (I would practice using a turntable on one side & 8-track/Cass e t t e on the other) with Feels So Good. Always wanted to hear him play the Hollywood Bowl, but never made it. What a sound!
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I also followed my older brother in the depths of Jazz. I love instrumental brass music with a passion.
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dragonlady60 8 8
I learned to love jazz at. A young age..i play piano
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dragonlady60 8 8
ChUCk ...love to listen to this man for years
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Gosh, I love piece! It makes me feel so good.
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1st time listening to his music was in 1976 it was a lp dedicated to his mother since then have loved his sound. Just a cool human
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