|Title:||Specially Edited Selections From 'Children Of Sanchez'|
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|A1||Children Of Sanchez (Theme)||3:15|
|A4||Consuelo's Love Theme||5:49|
|B4||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|
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. James Bradley, Jr. - Drums. Dick Decker - French horn. Grant Geissman - Guitar. Chuck Mangione - Flugelhorn. Charles Meeks - Bass guitar.
CHUCK MANGIONE (Artist) Format: Vinyl.
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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
By Chuck Mangione, arr. Bob Phillips and Jerry Dennison. Full Orchestra Conductor Score & Parts. Jazz for your full orchestra! This exciting arrangement of the classic Chuck Mangione tune, "The Children of Sanchez," will bring the audience to their feet! Intense rhythmic patterns and thought provoking melodies build to a momentous conclusion. This exciting arrangement of the classic Chuck Mangione tune, "The Children of Sanchez," will bring the audience to their feet! Intense rhythmic patterns and thought provoking melodies build to a momentous conclusion. In signature Bob Phillips' style, all sections are featured.
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Fun and Games (Chuck Mangione album). Fun and Games is a 1979 album recorded by the American flugelhorn player Chuck Mangione, who released it on the A&M Records label. 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.