|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||One More Time||12||Audio||Blue Heaven Records (2)|
|2||Untitled||5||Audio||Lang-Worth Feature Programs, Inc.|
|3||Untitled||4||Audio||Lang-Worth Feature Programs, Inc.|
|4||Untitled||4||Audio||Lang-Worth Feature Programs, Inc.|
|5||Untitled||4||Audio||Lang-Worth Feature Programs, Inc.|
|6||Untitled||4||Audio||Lang-Worth Feature Programs, Inc.|
|7||Untitled||4||Audio||Lang-Worth Feature Programs, Inc.|
|8||Untitled||4||Audio||Lang-Worth Feature Programs, Inc.|
Jazz trumpeter, born December 11, 1939.
He was hired by [a=Frank Zappa] in 1961 and appears on the album "The Lost Episodes".
In 1963 Chuck was a member of the Si Zentner orchestra, and between 1963 and 1966 he was in a nine-piece group backing singer Della Reese. In 1965 he made his first straight-ahead jazz album: this was Opus One, with the Hank Bagby Quintet. In 1966 he took the jazz trumpet chair with the Buddy Rich Orchestra. In 1969 he played with Harry James's orchestra, and from 1970 to 1978 he played headline shows in Las Vegas.