Category: Rock

I Guess Ill Get The Papers And Go Home - Louis Armstrong - What A Wonderful World (CD)

9 comments

  1. Jul 31,  · Mob bosses from New York City and Chicago threatened Louis Armstrong in attempts to control his management contract. Armstrong played the trumpet so powerfully that he often split his lip. Louis Armstrong was the first black man in the U.S. to host a radio show. "What a Wonderful World" peaked on the U.S. music charts after Armstrong passed away.
  2. Mark a.m. This is the pastor bringing the message entitled Jesus, the Carpenter. In our preaching in the Book of Mark, we have come to chapter 6, and it begins like this: When the Sabbath day was come, He began to teach in the synagogue: and.
  3. "We Have All the Time in the World" is a James Bond theme and popular song sung by Louis Armstrong. Its music was composed by John Barry and the lyrics by Hal David. It is a secondary musical theme in the Bond film On Her Majesty's Secret Service, the title theme being the instrumental "On Her Majesty's Secret Service", also composed by Barry.
  4. What a Wonderful World Lyrics: I see trees of green, red roses too / I see them bloom, for me and you / And I think to myself / What a wonderful world / I see skies of blue and clouds of white.
  5. Helmed by legendary producer Bob Thiele, this recording ushered Louis Armstrong into his later days as a pop vocalist. Here, the trumpet that drove Armstrong's early Hot Fives and Sevens is more subdued as his familiar gravelly voice takes center stage. Showcasing the powerful title track as well as several cheery pop favorites, Armstrong's prowess as an interpreter of song is.
  6. Lyrics to 'I Guess I'll Get The Papers & Go Home' by Louis Armstrong. Yes, I guess I'll get the papers and go home Like I've been doin' ever since we've been apart I get some consolation when I read Of someone elses lonely heart, yes I wonder if you get the papers too.
  7. When Louis Armstrong had an unexpected number one hit in with "Hello, Dolly!," it vaulted him to a new level of popularity with mainstream pop listeners. He never did have another big U.S. hit single, but throughout the rest of the '60s, he was a familiar name to all audiences, not just jazz fans.
  8. Take the Quiz: The Wonderful World of Louis Armstrong. How much do you know about this famous American jazz artist? This quiz contains questions about Armstrongs career, and lyrics to .

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *