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Louis Armstrong

Louis Armstrong was the first important soloist to emerge in jazz, and he became the most influential musician in the music's history. As a trumpet virtuoso, his playing, beginning with the 1920s studio recordings made with his Hot Five and Hot Seven ensembles, charted a future for jazz in highly imaginative, emotionally charged improvisation. For this, he is revered by jazz fans. But Armstrong also became an enduring figure in popular music, due to his distinctively phrased bass singing and engaging personality, which were on display in a series of vocal recordings and film roles.

Armstrong had a difficult childhood. William Armstrong, his father, was a factory worker who abandoned the family soon after the boy's birth. Armstrong was brought up by his mother, Mary (Albert) Armstrong, and his maternal grandmother. He showed an early interest in music, and a junk dealer for whom he worked as a grade-school student helped him buy a cornet, which he taught himself to play. He dropped out of school at 11 to join an informal group, but on December 31, 1912, he fired a gun during a New Year's Eve celebration, for which he was sent to reform school. He studied music there and played cornet and bugle in the school band, eventually becoming its leader. He was released on June 16, 1914, and did manual labor while trying to establish himself as a musician. He was taken under the wing of cornetist Joe "King" Oliver, and when Oliver moved to Chicago in June 1918, he replaced him in the Kid Ory Band. He moved to the Fate Marable band in the spring of 1919, staying with Marable until the fall of 1921.

Armstrong moved to Chicago to join Oliver's band in August 1922 and made his first recordings as a member of the group in the spring of 1923. He married Lillian Harden, the pianist in the Oliver band, on February 5, 1924. (She was the second of his four wives.) On her encouragement, he left Oliver and joined Fletcher Henderson's band in New York, staying for a year and then going back to Chicago in November 1925 to join the Dreamland Syncopators, his wife's group. During this period, he switched from cornet to trumpet.

Armstrong had gained sufficient individual notice to make his recording debut as a leader on November 12, 1925. Contracted to OKeh Records, he began to make a series of recordings with studio-only groups called the Hot Fives or the Hot Sevens. For live dates, he appeared with the orchestras led by Erskine Tate and Carroll Dickerson. The Hot Fives' recording of "Muskrat Ramble" gave Armstrong a Top Ten hit in July 1926, the band for the track featuring Kid Ory on trombone, Johnny Dodds on clarinet, Lillian Harden Armstrong on piano, and Johnny St. Cyr on banjo.

By February 1927, Armstrong was well-enough known to front his own group, Louis Armstrong & His Stompers, at the Sunset Café in Chicago. (Armstrong did not function as a bandleader in the usual sense, but instead typically lent his name to established groups.) In April, he reached the charts with his first vocal recording, "Big Butter and Egg Man," a duet with May Alix. He took a position as star soloist in Carroll Dickerson's band at the Savoy Ballroom in Chicago in March 1928, later taking over as the band's frontman. "Hotter than That" was in the Top Ten in May 1928, followed in September by "West End Blues," which later became one of the first recordings named to the Grammy Hall of Fame.

Armstrong returned to New York with his band for an engagement at Connie's Inn in Harlem in May 1929. He also began appearing in the orchestra of Hot Chocolates, a Broadway revue, given a featured spot singing "Ain't Misbehavin'." In September, his recording of the song entered the charts, becoming a Top Ten hit.

Armstrong fronted the Luis Russell Orchestra for a tour of the South in February 1930, then in May went to Los Angeles, where he led a band at Sebastian's Cotton Club for the next ten months. He made his film debut in Ex-Flame, released at the end of 1931. By the start of 1932, he had switched from the "race"-oriented OKeh label to its pop-oriented big sister Columbia Records, for which he recorded two Top Five hits, "Chinatown, My Chinatown" and "You Can Depend on Me" before scoring a number one hit with "All of Me" in March 1932; another Top Five hit, "Love, You Funny Thing," hit the charts the same month. He returned to Chicago in the spring of 1932 to front a band led by Zilner Randolph; the group toured around the country. In July, Armstrong sailed to England for a tour. He spent the next several years in Europe, his American career maintained by a series of archival recordings, including the Top Ten hits "Sweethearts on Parade" (August 1932; recorded December 1930) and "Body and Soul" (October 1932; recorded October 1930). His Top Ten version of "Hobo, You Can't Ride This Train," in the charts in early 1933, was on Victor Records; when he returned to the U.S. in 1935, he signed to recently formed Decca Records and quickly scored a double-sided Top Ten hit, "I'm in the Mood for Love"/"You Are My Lucky Star."

Armstrong's new manager, Joe Glaser, organized a big band for him that had its premiere in Indianapolis on July 1, 1935; for the next several years, he toured regularly. He also took a series of small parts in motion pictures, beginning with Pennies From Heaven in December 1936, and he continued to record for Decca, resulting in the Top Ten hits "Public Melody Number One" (August 1937), "When the Saints Go Marching in" (April 1939), and "You Won't Be Satisfied (Until You Break My Heart)" (April 1946), the last a duet with Ella Fitzgerald. He returned to Broadway in the short-lived musical Swingin' the Dream in November 1939.

With the decline of swing music in the post-World War II years, Armstrong broke up his big band and put together a small group dubbed the All Stars, which made its debut in Los Angeles on August 13, 1947. He embarked on his first European tour since 1935 in February 1948, and thereafter toured regularly around the world. In June 1951 he reached the Top Ten of the LP charts with Satchmo at Symphony Hall ("Satchmo" being his nickname), and he scored his first Top Ten single in five years with "(When We Are Dancing) I Get Ideas" later in the year. The single's B-side, and also a chart entry, was "A Kiss to Build a Dream On," sung by Armstrong in the film The Strip. In 1993, it gained renewed popularity when it was used in the film Sleepless in Seattle.

Armstrong completed his contract with Decca in 1954, after which his manager made the unusual decision not to sign him to another exclusive contract but instead to have him freelance for different labels. Satch Plays Fats, a tribute to Fats Waller, became a Top Ten LP for Columbia in October 1955, and Verve Records contracted Armstrong for a series of recordings with Ella Fitzgerald, beginning with the chart LP Ella and Louis in 1956.

Armstrong continued to tour extensively, despite a heart attack in June 1959. In 1964, he scored a surprise hit with his recording of the title song from the Broadway musical Hello, Dolly!, which reached number one in May, followed by a gold-selling album of the same name. It won him a Grammy for best vocal performance. This pop success was repeated internationally four years later with "What a Wonderful World," which hit number one in the U.K. in April 1968. It did not gain as much notice in the U.S. until 1987 when it was used in the film Good Morning, Vietnam, after which it became a Top 40 hit. Armstrong was featured in the 1969 film of Hello, Dolly!, performing the title song as a duet with Barbra Streisand. He performed less frequently in the late '60s and early '70s, and died of a heart ailment in 1971 at the age of 69.

As an artist, Armstrong was embraced by two distinctly different audiences: jazz fans who revered him for his early innovations as an instrumentalist, but were occasionally embarrassed by his lack of interest in later developments in jazz and, especially, by his willingness to serve as a light entertainer; and pop fans, who delighted in his joyous performances, particularly as a vocalist, but were largely unaware of his significance as a jazz musician. Given his popularity, his long career, and the extensive label-jumping he did in his later years, as well as the differing jazz and pop sides of his work, his recordings are extensive and diverse, with parts of his catalog owned by many different companies. But many of his recorded performances are masterpieces, and none are less than entertaining. ~ William Ruhlmann
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Selected Discography


Track List: Skid Dat De Dat

1. Skid-Dat-De-Dat

3. Heebie Jeebies

4. Cornet Chop Suey

5. Muskrat Ramble

6. Willie The Weeper

7. Wild Man Blues

8. Chicago Breakdown

9. Potato Head Blues

10. Twelfth Street Rag

11. That's When I'll Come Back To You

13. Ory's Creole Trombone

15. Struttin' With Some Barbecue

17. Hotter Than That

18. West End Blues

19. Basin Street Blues

20. No One Else But You

21. Save It, Pretty Mama

22. St. James Infirmary Blues

23. Knockin' A Jug

24. Mahogany Hall Stomp


Track List: Collection Jazz Cabu

Disc 1

1. I Wonder

2. Long, Long Journey

3. Snafu

4. Whatta Ya Gonna Do

5. Joseph 'n' His Brudders

6. Back O'Town Blues

7. I Believe

8. You Don't Learn That In School

12. Blueberry Hill

13. La Vie En Rose

14. C'est Si Bon

17. A Kiss To Build A Dream On

18. I Get Ideas

19. Because Of You

20. Cold, Cold Heart

Disc 2

1. When It's Sleepy Time Down South

3. Takes Two To Tango

4. Your Cheatin' Heart

6. April In Portugal

7. Ramona

9. Cool Yule

10. Someday You'll Be Sorry

12. I Can't Afford To Miss This Dream

13. Bye And Bye

15. Struttin' With Some Barbecue

17. Sincerely

18. Pledging My Love

19. Christmas In New Orleans

20. Christmas Night In Harlem


Track List: The Essential Recordings (1925-1940)

Disc 1

3. Gut Bucket Blues

4. Come Back, Sweet Papa

5. Heebie Jeebies

6. Cornet Chop Suey

8. Muskrat Ramble

10. King Of The Zulus

13. Skid-Dat, De-Dat

14. I Want A Big Butter And Egg Man

16. Willie The Weeper

17. Wild Man Blues

18. Alligator Crawl

19. Potato Head Blues

20. Weary Blues

21. Keyhole Blues

23. Gully Low Blues

24. That's When I'll Come Back To You

Disc 2

2. Struttin' With Some Barbecue

4. Hotter Than That

5. Savoy Blues

7. Skip The Gutter

8. A Monday Date

9. West End Blues

11. Two Deuces

12. Squeeze Me

13. Chicago Breakdown

16. Basin Street Blues

17. No One Else But You

18. Save It, Pretty Mama

19. Weather Bird

20. Muggles

22. St. James Infirmary

23. Tight Like This

Disc 3

1. Knockin' A Jug

2. I Can't Give You Anything But Love

4. Ain't Misbehavin'

5. (What Did I Do To Be So) Black And Blue

6. That Rhythm Man

7. I Ain't Got Nobody

8. Dallas Blues

9. St. Louis Blues

10. Rockin' Chair

11. Bessie Couldn't Help It

12. Dear Old Southland

13. My Sweet

14. I Can't Believe, That You're In Love With Me

15. Dinah

16. I'm A Ding Dong Daddy (From Dumas)

18. I'm Confessin' (That I Love You)

19. If I Could Be With You One Hour Tonight

20. Body And Soul

21. Memories Of You

23. Sweethearts On Parade

Disc 4

1. When It's Sleepy Time Down South

2. Stardust

3. I Got Rhythm

4. Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea

6. That's My Home

8. I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues

9. Hustlin' And Bustlin' For Baby

10. Some Sweet Day

11. Basin Street Blues

12. Mahogany Hall Stomp

14. I Hope Gabriel Likes My Music

16. Swing That Music

17. Dippermouth Blues

18. Jeepers Creepers

19. Perdido Street Blues

20. 2:19 Blues

22. Coal Cart Blues


Track List: The Centennial Anthology

Disc 1

1. Stardust

2. I Got Rhythm

3. St. James Infirmary

4. Tiger Rag

5. I'm Confessin' (That I Love You)

6. If I Could Be With You One Hour Tonight

7. Memories Of You

8. Body & Soul

9. You're Driving Me Crazy

10. Sweethearts On Parade

11. Just A Gigolo

12. Shine

13. When It's Sleepy Time Down South

14. St. Louis Blues

15. Basin Street Blues

16. Blueberry Hill

17. New Orleans Stomp

18. What A Wonderful World

Disc 2

Track List: 1954

1. Basin Street Blues

3. Struttin' With Some Barbecue

4. Margie

5. Bye And Bye

9. Aunt Hagar's Blues

10. Hesitating Blues

11. Ole Miss

16. St. Louis Blues


Track List: Louis Armstrong

Disc 1

1. Way Down Yonder In New Orleans

2. Muskrat Ramble

4. Tiger Rag (Live)

5. Swing That Music

6. Baby Won't You Please Come Home

8. Jeepers Creepers

9. Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans

10. Someday You'll Be Sorry

Disc 2

1. On The Sunny Side Of The Street

2. I've Got A Gal In Kalamazoo

3. Up A Lazy River

4. Blues In The Night

6. Ain't Misbehavin'

8. Accentuate The Positive

9. Basin Street Blues

10. Hello Dolly

Disc 3

1. Mack The Knife

2. When The Saints Go Marching In

3. Stompin' At The Savoy

4. I Got Rhythm

5. Sweethearts On Parade

6. I Want A Big Butter And Egg Man

7. C'est Si Bon

8. Jelly Roll Blues

9. New Orleans Stomp

10. You're Lucky To Me


Track List: The Big Band Recordings 1930-1932, Volume 2

Disc 1

1. My Sweet

2. I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me

4. Exactly Like You

5. Dinah

6. Tiger Rag

9. I'm Confessin' (That I Love You)

10. If I Could Be With You One Hour Tonight

11. Body And Soul

12. Memories Of You

13. You're Lucky To Me

14. Sweethearts On Parade

15. You're Driving Me Crazy

16. The Peanut Vendor

17. Just A Gigolo

18. Shine

19. Walkin' My Baby Back Home

20. I Surrender Dear

21. When It's Sleepy Time Down South

Disc 2

1. Blue Again

3. I'll Be Glad When You're Dead, You Rascal You

4. Them There Eyes

6. Lazy River

7. Chinatown, My Chinatown

9. Stardust

10. You Can Depend On Me

11. Georgia On My Mind

12. The Lonesome Road

14. Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea

15. Kickin' The Gong Around

16. Home

17. All Of Me

18. Love, You Funny Thing

20. Keepin' Out Of Mischief Now


Track List: Ken Burns Jazz - Louis Armstrong

1. Chimes Blues

3. Heebie Jeebies

4. Potato Head Blues

5. West End Blues

6. Tight Like This

7. Mahogany Hall Stomp

8. Ain't Misbehavin'

9. Black And Blue

10. St. Louis Blues

11. When It's Sleepy Time Down South

12. Blue Again

13. Lazy River

14. Chinatown, My Chinatown

16. Shadrack

17. I Double Dare You

18. When The Saints Go Marching In

20. Rockin' Chair

21. Blueberry Hill

22. Mack The Knife

23. A Fine Romance

24. Hello, Dolly

25. What A Wonderful World


Track List: Louis Armstrong: Love Songs

1. I'm Crazy 'Bout My Baby

2. Keepin' Out Of Mischief Now

3. I Can't Give You Anything But Love

4. Squeeze Me

5. Body & Soul

6. I'm Confessin' (That I Love You)

7. Honeysuckle Rose

8. I've Got A Feeling I'm Falling

9. One Moment Worth Years

10. My Sweet

12. If I Could Be With You (One Hour Tonight)

15. I Didn't Know Until You Told Me


Track List: The Fabulous Louis Armstrong

1. St. Louis Blues

2. Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans?

3. That's My Home

4. He's A Son Of The South

6. Basin Street Blues

7. Laughin' Louie

8. Mood Indigo

9. Whatta Ya Gonna Do?

10. Ain't Misbehavin'

11. Fifty-Fifty Blues

12. Swing You Cats

13. Someday You'll Be Sorry

14. You Don't Learn That In School

16. Some Sweet Day

17. What A Wonderful World


Track List: The Best Of Louis Armstrong: 20th Century Masters The Millennium Collection

1. What A Wonderful World

2. Hello Dolly!

3. Dream A Little Dream Of Me

4. Cabaret

5. That Lucky Old Sun

6. I Still Get Jealous

7. Blueberry Hill

8. A Kiss To Build A Dream On

9. Gone Fishin'

10. When It's Sleepy Time Down South


Track List: More Greatest Hits

2. I've Got The World On A String

3. High Society

4. Back O' Town Blues

5. Mahogany Hall Stomp

6. Sweet Sue, Just You

8. Snafu

9. Jack Armstrong Blues

10. Save It Pretty Mama

11. I Want A Little Girl

12. Where The Blues Were Born In New Orleans

13. Honey, Do!

14. A Song Was Born

15. Pennies From Heaven

16. Blues For Yesterday

17. There's A Cabin In The Pines

18. Please Stop Playin' Those Blues, Boy


Track List: Louis Armstrong Greatest Hits

1. Sugar

2. Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans

3. St. Louis Blues

4. Basin Street Blues

6. I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues

8. Ain't Misbehavin'

9. Rockin' Chair

10. Mood Indigo

11. My One And Only Love

12. Someday You'll Be Sorry

13. What A Wonderful World


Track List: Louis Armstrong - Highlights From His Decca Years

Disc 1

1. Wild Man Blues

2. Weary Blues

3. Georgia Bo Bo

4. Shanghai Shuffle

5. I'm In the Mood For Love

6. Old Man Mose

7. Skeleton in the Closet

8. She's the Daughter of a Planter from Havana

9. Jubilee

10. Struttin' with Some Barbecue

11. Jeepers Creepers

12. I'm Confessin' (That I Love You)

13. Wolverine Blues

14. Perdido Street Blues

15. When It's Sleepy Time Down South

16. I Never Knew

17. I Wonder

18. Muskrat Ramble (Live)

19. Black and White

Disc 2

4. You Rascal You

6. That Lucky Old Sun (Just Rolls Around Heaven All Day)

7. My Bucket's Got a Hole in It

8. La Vie En Rose

9. Someday

11. Your Cheatin' Heart

14. Sometimes I feel Like a Motherless Child

15. When You're Smiling (The Whole World Smiles With You)

16. Memories Of You

17. King Of The Zulus


Track List: 16 Most Requested Songs

1. Mack The Knife

2. Ain't Misbehavin'

3. All Of Me

4. On The Sunny Side Of The Street

5. (Back Home Again In) Indiana (Live)

6. Black And Blue

7. Honeysucke Rose

8. Blueberry Hill

9. When It's Sleepy Time Down South (Live)

10. Back O' Town Blues

11. Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans (Live)

12. That's My Desire

13. Keeping Out Of Mischief Now

14. St. Louis Blues

15. Rockin' Chair

16. Cabaret


Track List: The California Concerts (Live)

Disc 1

1. When It's Sleepy Time Down South (Live)

2. Indiana (Live)

Disc 2

6. When It's Sleepy Time Down South (Live)

Disc 3

8. C'est Si Bon (Live)

13. St. Louis Blues (Live)

Disc 4

5. Stompin' At the Savoy (Live)


Track List: Volume IV: Louis Armstrong And Earl Hines


Track List: Stardust

1. Chinatown, My Chinatown

2. Stardust

3. Stardust

4. You Can Depend On Me

5. Georgia On My Mind

6. The Lonesome Road

7. I Got Rhythm

10. Kickin' The Gong Around

11. Home (When Shadows Fall)

12. All Of Me

13. Love, You Funny Thing

14. Tiger Rag

15. Keepin' Out Of Mischief


Track List: What A Wonderful World

1. What A Wonderful World

2. Cabaret

3. The Home Fire

4. Dream A Little Dream Of Me

5. Give Me Your Kisses

6. The Sunshine Of Love

7. Hello Brother

8. There Must Be A Way

9. Fantastic, That's You

10. I Guess I'll Take The Papers And Go Home

11. Hellzapoppin'


Track List: New Orleans Nights

1. Panama

2. New Orleans Function

4. Basin Street Blues

5. My Bucket's Got A Hole In It


Track List: Body & Soul

Disc 1

3. Body And Soul

4. Memories Of You

5. You're Lucky To Me

6. Tyree's Blues

8. Tin Roof Blues

13. Short But Sweet

14. On The Sunny Side Of The Street

15. Stompin' At The Savoy

16. Ain't Misbehavin'

Disc 2

1. Tiger Rag

2. Mame

3. Muskrat Ramble

4. C'est Si Bon (It's So Good)

5. Tea For Two

6. Jeepers Creepers

7. Way Down Yonder In New Orleans

9. I Want A Big Butter And Egg Man

10. Jelly Roll Blues

11. Panama

13. Sweethearts On Parade

14. You're Driving Me Crazy

15. The Peanut Vendor

16. Shine


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This song makes me appreciate how great this world can be
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Please read this avice in the music video is that your childhood plea answer love your song Hey brother so touching
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Mmmmmmm...GO O D !
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Great song
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This song was in Madagascar
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I am a teen and I know that this song is in the movie 'WALLE' and I have loved this song ever since I was just a little toddler because my grandparents played this song every Sunday afternoon! Shoutout to #Louis_Armst r o n g
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Don't read this. You will be kissed on the nearest Friday by the love of your life. Don't stop now this is freaky! But if you ignore this you will get bad luck. Put this on 15 songs in 144 minutes when you are done press the space bar and your crushes name will appear
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Who is @teagan69
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yeah @teagan u have no taste in music at all
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@teagan69 stfu. you have no taste
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i love louie and his band and all the old time blues and the history
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@mauraryanne . . . A m e n to that!
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I love him I wish he was still alive��he was one of the greatest singers ever��
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OH yeah, great stuff...mmmm m m GOOD!
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louie aramstrong came from my dad's generation he could really sing
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when i hear your voice - i think what IF ..u had been here with us now .. this time .. How you would be hailed as the best that you are.
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Trumpet music never dies����
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OMG so true!!!!!���
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Good Things never die they will be here forever
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Louis Armstrong fills my heart with flutters of happiness and brings a smile to my face. I LOVE THIS STYLE of musica...... t a n maravillosa
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Louis Satchmo Armstrong will be forever a classic
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Me gusta mucho Esta cancion ����
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Louis the greatest
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Don't read this. You will be kissed by the love of your life on the nearest Friday. Tomorrow will be the best day of your life. Don't stop this is freaky. but if you ignore this you will get very bad luck. Put this on 15 songs in the next 143 minutes. When you are done hit the space bar and your crushes name will appear on the screen in big letters.
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Wow Lois Armstrong
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Wow Lois Armstrong
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I don't know why I love this song❤️❤️❤️
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If only this could be the theme song of the entire world!
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While I was a barmaid in Detroit, almost every jukebox had this song. Loved it and danced with many a lonely old man to it.
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❤️ what a wonderful world!Love LOve LOVe LOVE it!!!!!!!!!! !
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best thank u great insperaton
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I like What A Lovely World
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I love this song!!!! The best the thing is that he does sorta jazz and I play the saxophone. I love playing it. This shows me that girls can do and thing that boys can do because we can make the world a wonderful world
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Mr.Winters loves jazz and me
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Is anyone thinking of bioshock?
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coffee, Friday, and good attitude. this song just sets the mood.
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I love this song. LaVecEnRose
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Lucky enough to be exposed to jazz at a young age, especially fond of Satchmo. I remember July 4, 1971 when his death was announced on the radio. My daughter had What A Wonderful World played at her wedding.
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LOVE it so so so so much
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I am in my childhood again fell 16 again
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Loving this
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Brings back some feels..
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Good Music!! Thank u Louis
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Lost alot of good friends over their, they are the one's they pay for our freedom.
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