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
More albums from Chuck Mangione: Main Squeeze by Chuck Mangione. Eyes Of The Veiled Temptress by Chuck Mangione. Live At The Village Gate by Chuck Mangione. Fun And Games by Chuck Mangione. Journey To A Rainbow by Chuck Mangione. Bellavia by Chuck Mangione. Love Notes by Chuck Mangione. Feels So Good by Chuck Mangione. View all albums . Encore – The Chuck Mangione Concerts. By: Chuck Mangione (1975, Jazz). 2. As Long As We’re Together. 3. And In The Beginning. 4. Friends & Love. 5. Legend Of The One-Eyed Sailor.
The Classical Album Arturo Sandoval. Cubano Arturo Sandoval. Modern Life Brian Culbertson. Ужасно Очень плохо Плохо Неплохо Почти хорошо Хорошо Очень хорошо Отлично Великолепно Превосходно.
Listen to music from Chuck Mangione like Feels So Good, Children Of Sanchez & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Chuck Mangione. Chuck Mangione (Born November 29, 1940) is an American flugelhorn player and composer who achieved international success in 1978 with his jazz-pop single, "Feels So Good". Mangione has released more than thirty albums since 1960. Throughout the 1970s, he was a celebrity. His purposely lightweight music was melodic pop that was upbeat, optimistic and sometimes uplifting.
For more than five decades, Chuck Mangione’s love affairwith music has been characterized by his boundless energy, unabashed enthusiasm, and pure joy that radiates from the stage. Mangione first attracted attention with his brother, Gap, in a mainstream jazz band, The Jazz Brothers, in which he played trumpet much like that of the man who he refers to as his musical father-Dizzy Gillespie. In fact Dizzy gave Chuck an ‘updo’ horn just like his own. Chuck’s years with the Jazz Brothers overlapped with his attending the Eastman School of Music and eventually resulted in his solo album debut.