|A1||Come Take A Ride With Me||4:22|
|A2||Listen To The Wind||6:58|
|B2||Dance Of The Windup Toy||5:00|
Flute [Solo] – Kathryn MosesFrench Horn [Solo] – Vincent DeRosa
|SP-4557||Chuck Mangione||Bellavia (LP, Album)||A&M Records||SP-4557||US||1975|
|SP-4557||Chuck Mangione||Bellavia (LP, Album, Ind)||A&M Records||SP-4557||US||1975|
|AMP-7023||Chuck Mangione||Bellavia (LP, Album, RE)||A&M Records||AMP-7023||Japan||1979|
|SP-4557||Chuck Mangione||Bellavia (LP, Album, Clu)||A&M Records, Inc.||SP-4557||US||Unknown|
|CD 3172||Chuck Mangione||Bellavia (CD, Album)||A&M Records||CD 3172||US||1988|
Complete your Chuck Mangione collection.
This quick follow-up to Chase the Clouds Away was designed as sort of a portrait of the bustling Mangione family home (Bellavia being his mother's maiden name). Certainly there is more energy on tracks like "Listen to the Wind," the big band streaks of "Torreano," and the appropriately revolving riffs of "Carousel" than on the previous record, with Joe LaBarbera, Gerry Niewood, and Chip Jackson forming the core of support for Chuck's more vigorous orchestral writing
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Producer, Arranged By, Conductor, Flugelhorn, Electric Piano, Celesta, Liner Notes – Chuck Mangione. Recorded By, Mastered By – Frank DeLuna. Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Piccolo Flute, Flute, Alto Flute – Gerry Niewood. Trumpet – Lew Soloff. Matrix, Runout (Label Side A): SP-4851. Matrix, Runout (Label Side B): SP-4852.
Bellavia is a jazz related pop/art song/folk music album recording by CHUCK MANGIONE released in 1975 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. CHUCK MANGIONE - Bellavia. Filed under Jazz Related Pop/Art Song/Folk By CHUCK MANGIONE.
Chuck Mangione is the brother of Gap Mangione, who is for his hard bop jazz. Bellavia has some of that bop influence mixed with larger-scale orchestrations, which makes for a lovely bop and big band sound. The sound is lush, but sometimes has an edge. Like Chase the Clouds Away, Bellavia was made before Mangione began producing highly popular (and, to me, bland) albums such as Feels So Good. 3 people found this helpful. I don't know what took so long to release a CD of Bellavia. 2 people found this helpful.