11 Songs, 31 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Satchmo's final album, from 1968, finds him performing pop and showtunes with his easygoing, lifelong charm. Following the eternally life-affirming title track, Armstrong summons up echoes of the musical fire that fueled his earliest small-group recordings in "Cabaret" and "Hellzapoppin’"; shows off the subtleties of his velvet rumble of a voice in "The Home Fire"; and responds to the turbulent ’60s with the earnest "Hello Brother."

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EDITORS’ NOTES

Satchmo's final album, from 1968, finds him performing pop and showtunes with his easygoing, lifelong charm. Following the eternally life-affirming title track, Armstrong summons up echoes of the musical fire that fueled his earliest small-group recordings in "Cabaret" and "Hellzapoppin’"; shows off the subtleties of his velvet rumble of a voice in "The Home Fire"; and responds to the turbulent ’60s with the earnest "Hello Brother."

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
64 Ratings
64 Ratings
colinthebeast ,

What a Wonderful Album!

Such a great album...nothing's better than the legendary song "What a Wonderful World." Who doesn't love Louis Armstrong?

LaurenRP123 ,

Timeless message

What a Wonderful World....despite the difficulties, we need to look at the good. Relevant today and always.

E.J. O'Bryant ,

🔥

Beautiful

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