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What a Wonderful World

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2014
Track listing: I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter; Is You Is or Is You Ain't (My Baby); Cheek to Cheek; Frim Fram Sauce; I've Grown Accustomed to Your Face; Mona Lisa; Take the 'A' Train; .Night and Day; Straighten Up and Fly Right; Everything Happens to Me; East of the Sun (West of the Moon); Smack Dab in the Middle; What a Wonderful World.

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Linda Cole and Joshua Bowlus: What a Wonderful World

Read "What a Wonderful World" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Yes...that Cole Family. The same talent pool that gave us Nat King Cole and Freddy Cole has also given us Linda Cole (a daughter of the brothers Cole's cousin). Linda Cole teams with pianist/arranger Joshua Bowlus and his quartet for a breezy stroll through 13 pieces from the Cole Family songbook and beyond. Globally, Bowlus supplies ...

What A Wonderful World

Label: Challenge Jazz
Released: 2012

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What a Wonderful World

Featuring the music of Delfeayo Marsalis
Duration: 6:28

Delfeayo Marsalis performs "What a Wonderful World" at the closing event of the International Trombone Festival 2005 New Orleans.
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What a Wonderful World

Featuring the music of George Adams & Ben Sidran
Duration: 6:34

Tenor saxophonist George Adams joins pianist Ben Sidran on this version of "What a Wonderful World" from 1990.

What A Wonderful World

Label: Verve Records
Released: 2004


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