Gus Mancuso - Gus Mancuso & Special Friends album download
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|1||I'm Glad There Is You
Written-By – Dorsey*, Madeira*
Written-By – Gus Mancuso
Written-By – Martin*, Blane*
|4||The Ruble And The Yen
Written-By – Gerald Wiggins
|5||By The Way
Written-By – Young*, Pollock*, White*, Lewis*
|6||And Baby Makes Three
Written-By – Patricia Tjader
Written-By – Mercer*, Malneck*
|8||How Do You Like Your Eggs In The Morning?
Written-By – Brodszky*, Cahn*
|9||A Hatful Of Dandruff
Written-By – Vince Guaraldi
|10||Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye
Written-By – Cole Porter
|11||Love Is A Simple Thing
Written-By – Siegal*, Carroll*
Written-By – Siegal*, Carroll*
|13||Scratch My Back
Written-By – Joseph Spinelli
Written-By – Mancuso*
|15||The Boston Beguine
Written-By – Sheldon Harnick
|16||Guess Who I Saw Today
Written-By – Boyd*, Grand*
|17||Love Is Never Out Of Season
Written-By – Brown*, Fain*
|18||I'm In Love With Miss Logan
Written-By – Graham*
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Fantasy, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Fantasy, Inc.
- Remastered At – Fantasy Studios
- Art Direction – Jamie Putnam
- Bass – Gene Wright* (tracks: 1 to 10), Red Mitchell (tracks: 11 to 18)
- Drums – Bill Douglass (tracks: 1, 4, 7), Buddy Greve (tracks: 11 to 18), Cal Tjader (tracks: 2, 3, 5, 6, 8 to 10)
- Featuring – Bill Douglass , Buddy Greve, Cal Tjader, Eddie Duran, Gene Wright*, Gerald Wiggins, Joe Romano , Pete Jolly, Red Mitchell, Richie Kamuca, Vince Guaraldi
- Guitar – Eddie Duran (tracks: 3, 5, 8, 10)
- Horn [Baritone Horn] – Gus Mancuso
- Liner Notes – John O'Cashell Boyle O'Sullivan, Ralph J. Gleason
- Piano – Gerald Wiggins (tracks: 1, 4, 7), Pete Jolly (tracks: 11 to 18), Vince Guaraldi (tracks: 2, 6, 9)
- Remastered By – Kirk Felton
- Tenor Saxophone – Joe Romano (tracks: 11 to 18), Richie Kamuca (tracks: 2, 6, 9)
Notes#1-10 recorded June and November 1956 and originally released as Gus Mancuso - Introducing Gus Mancuso (Fantasy 3233);
#11-18 recorded April 22, 1958 and released as Gus Mancuso - Music From New Faces (Fantasy 3282).
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- Barcode: 025218246224
- Rights Society: ASCAP
- Rights Society: BMI
- Other (SPARS Code): AAD
But in the 1950s, Gus Mancuso demonstrated that the baritone horn (which shouldn't be confused with the baritone sax) could, in fact, work as a jazz instrument. Although Mancuso played a variety of other instruments - including trombone, trumpet, vibes, and piano - it was his baritone horn playing that made him one of bop's innovators. Released in 2001, Gus Mancuso & Special Friends reissues two albums that he recorded for Fantasy in the 1950s, Introducing Gus Mancuso and Music From New Faces, back to back on a single CD.
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He played as a catcher in Major League Baseball with the St. Louis Cardinals (1928, 1930–32, 1941–42), New York Giants (1933–38, 1942–44), Chicago Cubs (1939), Brooklyn Dodgers (1940) and Philadelphia Phillies (1945).
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Mancuso is an Italian surname derived from a Sicilian noun, related to the Italian mancino, which means "left-handed". An alternate form can be Mancusi. Notable people with the surname include: Alejandro Mancuso, retired Argentine footballer. Anna Mancuso, Canadian former politician. David Mancuso, American DJ. Filippo Mancuso, Italian judge and politician.
C. Summary Stats Awards Shop. Gus Mancuso Bio. Fullname: August Rodney Mancuso. Born: 12/05/1905 in Galveston, TX. Debut: 4/30/1928. Relationship(s): brother of Frank Mancuso.