And the Kids Call It Boogie.
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Gaspare Charles "Gap" Mangione (pronounced: mændʒiˈoʊni, born July 31, 1938) is a jazz pianist from Rochester, New York. He is the brother of Chuck Mangione. The 1970s brought more solo albums along with tours with his own group and many as featured soloist in his brother's orchestral performances. In the 1980s, Mangione began to spend more time playing in and around Rochester and less time on the road. In 1990, he formed The New Big Band. Diana in the Autumn Wind (GRC, 1968). Sing Along Junk (Mercury, 1972). And the Kids Call It Boogie (Sagoma, 1975). She and I (A&M, 1975). Gap Mangione (A&M, 1976). Suite Lady (A&M, 1978).
And The Kids Call It Boogie" The Same Year. Artist: Mangione, Gap Title: She And I Genre: Jazz Type: Used - LP Label: A&M Catalog ID: SP 3407 Country: USA Our ID: 134571. View other items by this Artist View other items on this Label.
What can I say, I am a sucker for old 70's jazz, this LP was especially rare and was lucky to purchase an unopened with perfect album cover!! The music here is light interpretations of pop music popular that year (1974).
Gap Mangione ! by Gap Mangione. Hey Baby! by Gap Mangione. Dancin’ Is Makin’ Love by Gap Mangione. 4. And The Kids Call It Boogie. 5. A Little Blues Never Hurt Anybody. 6. In My Yellow Camper Bus. 8. She And I. 9. Things Ain’t What They Used To Be. 10. Love J, .
Gaspare Gap Mangione was born and raised in Rochester, Mangione's younger brother is Grammy-winning flugelhornist Chuck Mangione. Members of a music-loving family, both Gap and Chuck took up instruments. In 1958, they started performing together as The Jazz Brothers, eventually recording three albums for Riverside Records.