Louis Armstrong Satchmo: What A Wonderful World

What a Wonderful World: One Man's Attempt to Explain the Big Stuff (repost)

What a Wonderful World: One Man's Attempt to Explain the Big Stuff by Marcus Chown
English | ISBN: 0571278396 | 2013 | EPUB/MOBI | 448 pages | 1 MB/712 KB

What a Wonderful World! v02 (2009)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at May 23, 2014
What a Wonderful World! v02 (2009)

What a Wonderful World! v02 (2009)
English | CBR | 215 pages | 161.13 MB

What a Wonderful World! v01 (2009)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at May 23, 2014
What a Wonderful World! v01 (2009)

What a Wonderful World! v01 (2009)
English | CBR | 207 pages | 146.54 MB

Life is never ordinary. R to L (Japanese Style). What begins with a college dropout bored of her mediocre routine soon becomes a fantastic series of vignettes about the unexpected ways that lives intersect. Filled with magical realism in the face of the cold reality of modern life, at their core these stories are about discovering something precious in the chaos of existence. A dream recaptured. A life on a new track. The absurdity of death. Laughter in the face of reality. With this series of intersecting vignettes, Inio Asano explores the ways in which modern life can be ridiculous and sublime, terrible and precious, wasted and celebrated.

Bobby Hackett – What a Wonderful World (1985)  

Posted by Melaron at Jan. 22, 2014
Bobby Hackett – What a Wonderful World (1985)

Bobby Hackett – What a Wonderful World (1985)
1 CD | time: 40 m 08 s | Scans 300 dpi | tags | MP3 VBR 0 > 76,32 MB
Jazz, Dixieland, Swing, World / Label: Doctor Jazz FW40234 / Uploaded, Turbobit

This is one of the last recordings of American trumpeter Robert Leo "Bobby" Hackett (Rhode Island, 1915-1976). During the 30s and 40s he worked with the bands of Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller and Casa Loma Orchestra. He later worked with dozens of artists (Teddy Wilson, Jack Teagarden, Eddie Condon, Tony Bennett, Billie Holiday, Louis Armstrong, Frank Sinatra, etc..) and from the 50s until his death he continued acting and rec ording with several small groups. The repertoire of ten themes of the album is dominated by Dixieland and swing standards.
Louis Armstrong - What A Wonderful World (1968/2012) [Official Digital Download 24bit/192kHz]

Louis Armstrong - What A Wonderful World (1968/2012)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/192 kHz | Time - 31:36 minutes | 1,24 GB
Official Digital Download - Source: | Digital booklet

The album, highlighted with his expressive and emotive vocal styling, includes arguably one of the greatest songs ever written, “What A Wonderful World,” a recording that would be inducted into the GRAMMY Hall of Fame and continues to transcend countless generations of music lovers.
Tsuyoshi Yamamoto Trio - What A Wonderful World (2013) {Venus Japan}

Tsuyoshi Yamamoto Trio - What A Wonderful World (2013) {Venus Japan}
EAC 1.0b3 | FLAC tracks level 8 | Cue+Log+M3U | Full Scans 300dpi | 362MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Jazz, Post-Bop

Since his stunning debut in 1974 with the now world-famous audiophile recordings for the Three Blind Mice label, Japanese pianist Tsuyoshi Yamamoto has built a career that now spans four decades. His brand-new trio album What A Wonderful World follows his previous release Gentle Blues (VHCD-1118), his first recording for Venus Records in 14 years. In fact, the 12 tracks in this CD were recorded on the day after 10 tracks on Gentle Blues were recorded. It is remarkable that Yamamoto and his trio recorded enough materials for two CDs in two consecutive days, but then again, he is a veteran pianist who doesn't like to repeat himself and prefers to record everything in a single take.
What a Wonderful World: One Man's Attempt to Explain the Big Stuff

Marcus Chown, "What a Wonderful World: One Man's Attempt to Explain the Big Stuff"
ISBN: 0571278396 | 2013 | EPUB/MOBI | 448 pages | 1 MB/712 KB

What a Wonderful World #1-2  Comics

Posted by dark_wolf at Jan. 5, 2012
What a Wonderful World #1-2

What a Wonderful World #1-2
English | CBR | 2 Issues | 124.51 Mb

Being his first series, What a Wonderful World remains Asano's most representative and successful work to date.
Composed of vignettes from the daily lives of a group of people inhabiting an ordinary neighborhood somewhere in Tokyo, the series is actually a comment about modern life itself and how we can survive in it despite all its rigors.
Amusing, melancholic, funny, strange, thought-provoking, €”Asano effortlessly shifts from one mood to another, creating stories and characters that are profoundly human and thus always involving. It's a shame that not everyone will find the subjects the author describes equally appealing since some of them are distinctly Japanese. But overall, it's a great collection that any discerning manga reader should check out.

Luis Armstrong - What a Wonderful World (1968)  

Posted by barcabarca at Oct. 30, 2009
Luis Armstrong - What a Wonderful World (1968)

Luis Armstrong - What a Wonderful World (1968)
Jazz | MP3 320KBps | 160MB | English

VA - What a Wonderful World (2009)  

Posted by barcabarca at Oct. 28, 2009
VA - What a Wonderful World (2009)

VA - What a Wonderful World (2009)
Jazz | MP3 256Kbps | 41MB | English

"What a Wonderful World" is a song written by Bob Thiele (as George Douglas) and George David Weiss. It was first recorded by Louis Armstrong and released as a single in 1968. Thiele and Weiss were both prominent in the music world (Thiele as a producer and Weiss as a composer/performer). Some have suggested that pianist Dana Pelkie collaborated on the song using "George Douglas" as a pseudonym, but this has never been confirmed. This pseudonym is also known to relate to Thiele. Armstrong's recording was inducted in the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1999.