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19.11.2019

Hill Where The Lord Hides - Chuck Mangione - Friends & Love... A Chuck Mangione Concert (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Aug 07,  · Don't get me wrong. General Grant did some awesome solos on Chuck Mangione's albums. I just felt that the particular performance from "Hill Where The Lord Hides" wasn't one of them. That being said, his solos on the original "Feels So Good" were almost legendary in the fusion world of the late 70s. Ridiculously good.
  2. Jan 27,  · Don Potter on guitar/vocal gives a stunning performance of "She's Gone"; great large orchestra performance of "Hill Where The Lord Hides" with Chuck's blazing flugelhorn, and a wonderful trumpet solo by Marvin Stamm on "The Feel Of A Vision", and much, much more great music/5(50).
  3. Chuck Mangione, Soundtrack: Zombieland. Chuck Mangione was born on November 29, in Rochester, New York, USA.
  4. May 24,  · Legendary jazz artist and composer Chuck Mangione performs in, and conducts, his "Friends & Love" concert with the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra. Songs include: Hill Where the Lord Hides, The Feel of a Vision, Songs from the Valley of the Nightingale, And In the Beginning, and the Friends & Love medley.
  5. Ever since Chuck Mangione was stamped and branded as "commercial," we have tended to forget that his first album with a full orchestra was a considerable risk at the time. Then serving on the faculty of the Eastman School of Music, Chuck had not made an album as a leader in eight years; suddenly, out comes an extravagant yet likable double-LP fusion of jazz, pop, rock, folk and lush 8/
  6. A1: Hill Where The Lord Hides: A2: As Long As We're Together: A3: And In The Beginning: A4: Friends & Love:
  7. 7" Single on 45cat: Chuck Mangione - Hill Where The Lord Hides / Friends And Love - Mercury - Canada - M.
  8. A Chuck Mangione Concert Chuck Mangione was invited to conduct a Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra* concert in May of , and was given full rein of the affair. The result is contained in this album - a concert which Chuck composed for a full symphony orchestra and six superbly accomplished soloists, imaginatively staged with special visual effects, and performed before a standing-room-only .
  9. Throughout the s, 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.

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