Children of Sanchez (album)

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Children of Sanchez
Soundtrack album by Chuck Mangione
Released 1978
Genre Jazz, crossover jazz, easy listening
Length 83:10
Label A&M Records
Producer Chuck Mangione
Chuck Mangione chronology
70 Miles Young
(1978)
Children of Sanchez
(1978)
Fun and Games
(1979)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 2.5/5 stars[1]

Children of Sanchez is the sixteenth overall album by jazz artist Chuck Mangione. It is also the soundtrack to the 1978 film 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.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Chuck Mangione except where noted:

Disc One
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Children of Sanchez (Overture)"   Chuck Mangione 14:10
2. "Lullabye"   Mangione 3:51
3. "Fanfare"     1:05
4. "Pilgrimage, Pt. 1"     2:58
5. "Pilgrimage, Pt. 2"     2:37
6. "Consuelo's Love Theme"     17:02
Disc Two
No. Title Length
1. "Hot Consuelo"   4:04
2. "Death Scene"   4:45
3. "Market Place"   3:11
4. "Echano"   2:37
5. "Bellavia"   3:15
6. "Lullabye (Vocal Version)"   3:40
7. "Medley"   8:20
8. "B'bye"   8:29
9. "Children of Sanchez (Finale)"   3:06
Total length:
83:10

Certifications[edit]

Region Certification Sales/shipments
Poland (ZPAV)[2] Platinum 100,000*

*sales figures based on certification alone

Musicians[edit]

  • Chuck Mangione - Flugelhorn
  • James Bradley, Jr. - Drums
  • Dick Decker, Jerry Peel, George Stimpson - French horn
  • Charles Meeks - Bass guitar
  • Chris Vadala - Clarinet, flute, soprano sax, tenor sax
  • Mayo Tiana - Trombone
  • Jeff Tyzik - Trumpet

Production[edit]

  • Dave Collins - Digital remastering
  • Michael Frondelli - Assistant engineer
  • Mick Guzauski - Editing, engineer, mixing
  • Stillman Kelly - Assistant engineer
  • Donald Potter - Editing, mixing, vocals
  • Larry Swist - Assistant engineer
  • Jeff Tyzik - Associate producer, coordination, string arrangements
  • Gerald Vinci - Concert master, editing

References[edit]

  1. ^ Erlewine, Stephen Thomas. Children of Sanchez - Chuck Mangione at AllMusic. Retrieved February 21, 2013.
  2. ^ "Polish album certifications – Chuck Mangione – Children of Sanchez" (in Polish). Polish Producers of Audio and Video (ZPAV).