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In , he returned to recording with the album Friends and Love , recorded in concert with the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra and guest performers. He performed it live on a global television broadcast at the closing ceremonies. This album won him his second Grammy, in the category Best Pop Instrumental performance in In , Mangione composed and performed the theme for the film The Cannonball Run. In addition to his quartet with Niewood, Mangione had much success with his laters ensemble, with Chris Vadala on saxophones and flutes, Grant Geissman on guitars, Charles Meeks on bass guitar, and James Bradley Jr.
Some band members participated in the "Tarantella" benefit concert in Mangione opened and closed the show with "Feels So Good" and its "Reprise" version. The horns were arranged by frequent collaborator Jeff Tyzik , who also played trumpet in the horn section that night. Mangione played material from the just-released "Children of Sanchez" soundtrack album, which made its West Coast concert debut.
The liner notes from the album describe the frenzy in which the performance was put together. Unable to set up on stage the day before The Los Angeles Philharmonic played the " Overture" on July 15 , Mangione and his crew had only the day of show to set up lights, sound and recording gear.
Nevertheless, the show went off without a hitch. In December , Mangione held a benefit concert in the Americana Hotel Ballroom in Rochester to benefit the victims of an earthquake in Italy. The nine-hour concert included jazz luminaries such as Chick Corea, Steve Gadd and Dizzy Gillespie, among a host of other session and concert greats. Mangione was told of how he beat out Les for Album of the Year. Acting career and television appearances[ edit ] In addition to music, Mangione has made a few appearances in television shows.
In the Magnum, P. Chuck performs two singles and has lines near the end of the show. In it he portrays himself as a celebrity spokesman for Mega Lo Mart, almost always wearing the white and red jacket from the cover of his "Feels So Good" album.
The episode featured an original score specifically recorded for the occasion. He continued to appear in episodes, a total of ten more up until In the context of the series, Mangione chafes under an oppressive spokesperson contract with Mega Lo Mart his contract had him appearing at every Mega-Lo store opening, some per year, leaving him no time to tour, record or be with his family.
He eventually goes into hiding inside their store in Arlen, Texas , the fictional town in which King of the Hill is set. A recurring joke is that whatever tune he plays on his flugelhorn inevitably shifts into "Feels So Good" after a few bars. The series finale in included Chuck Mangione one last time, playing the National Anthem which of course segued into "Feels So Good".
"Feels So Good (C Book)" Sheet Music by Chuck Mangione
Free sheet music for amateur musicians and learners!