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I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now (1947)  Video

Posted by ChumPaa at Jan. 6, 2016
I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now (1947)

I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now (1947)
A Film by Lloyd Bacon
DVDRip | MKV | Lang: English | Subs: None | 1h 44min | 640x480 | MPEG-4 @ 1471Kbps | MP3 @ 128Kbps | 1.19 GB
Genre: Musical

I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now is the heavily laundered musical biopic of sentimental songwriter Joe E. Howard. As played by Mark Stevens (whose singing voice was dubbed by Buddy Clark), Howard is a humble 19th century organ salesman who rises to Broadway fame as the composer of maudlin ballads like "What's the Use of Dreaming" and jaunty ditties like "Hello My Baby". Along the way, he enjoys several romantic interludes, but it is fresh-faced American chorine Katie (top-billed June Haver) who lands Howard as her hubby. In real life, Joe E. Howard, who lived well into his eighties, was married several times; he was also a notorious "lifter" who regularly claimed credit for songs he never wrote (including this film's title tune!) But producer George Jessel chooses not to let the facts get in the way of a good story, maintaining a policy established by his earlier The Dolly Sisters and sustained through such subsequent musical life stories as Oh, You Beautiful Doll The I Don't Care Girl. Singer/dancer/director Gene Nelson makes his screen debut as Tommy Yale.

Autobiography: I Wonder As I Wander  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by alt_f4 at July 2, 2016
Autobiography: I Wonder As I Wander

Autobiography: I Wonder As I Wander (Collected Works of Langston Hughes, Vol 14) by Langston Hughes
English | Feb. 1, 2003 | ISBN: 0826214347 | 445 Pages | PDF | 4 MB

I Wonder As I Wander (1956), Hughes's second volume of autobiography, is a continuation from The Big Sea, detailing his global travels to such areas as Cuba, Haiti, Paris, the Soviet Union, and the Far East.

Non Art Art - I Wonder Why (SPV 055-88773) (GER 1992)  Music

Posted by luckburz at Oct. 24, 2010
Non Art Art - I Wonder Why (SPV 055-88773) (GER 1992)

Non Art Art - I Wonder Why
FLAC | EAC, LOG & CUE | Full Artwork Scan (400dpi .png) | Size: 85 MB | Hotfile & Rapidshare
Cat#: SPV 055-88773 [Promo] | Country/Year: Germany 1992

Gigi D'Agostino - I Wonder Why (CDM) (16-12-2005)  Music

Posted by bgtip at Dec. 17, 2005


Gigi D'Agostino - I Wonder Why

CD Maxi | 16-12-2005 | LAME VBR Kbps | 21:40 | 34,46 Mb

Italian Mediterranean Progressive & Italo Dance

VA - Now Thats What I Call Disney Princess (2CD, 2016)  Music

Posted by ciklon5 at Dec. 21, 2016
VA - Now Thats What I Call Disney Princess (2CD, 2016)

VA - Now Thats What I Call Disney Princess (2CD, 2016)
MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 02:07:41 | 275 Mb
Genre: Pop, Jazz, Easy Listening / Label: Sony Music

Now That's What I Call Disney Princess from the soundtracks of multiple animated classics. Less bulky Classic Album Selection, which focused on five specific films, this two-disc set rounds up highlights from a bevy of Disney staples including Cinderella, Beauty & the Beast, The Little Mermaid, Aladdin, Snow White, Pocahontas, Princess and the Frog, Sleeping Beauty, Tangled, Enchanted, Mulan, and Alice in Wonderland.

Willie Mabon - I Don't Know The Best Of (1995)  Music

Posted by countryfreak at April 8, 2013
Willie Mabon - I Don't Know The Best Of (1995)

Willie Mabon - I Don't Know The Best Of (1995)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Image) + CUE + LOG | Covers | 251 MB
Genre: Blues/R&B/Piano Blues | Label: Wolf Rercords | Catalog Number: WBJ 020 CD
RAR 5% Rec. | Uploaded | Release Date: 1995

Willie Mabon was never exactly a smooth singer, but his raspy vocals carried enough of a self-amused sneer to keep things interesting, and while his sturdy piano playing had some jazz inflection, his occasional rack harmonica blurts kept the musical perspective firmly on the blues side of R&B. This rather random collection from Austria's Wolf Records shouldn't really be called Best of Willie Mabon…..

Of Thee I Zing: America's Cultural Decline from Muffin Tops to Body Shots  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by arundhati at Jan. 30, 2013
Of Thee I Zing: America's Cultural Decline from Muffin Tops to Body Shots

Laura Ingraham, "Of Thee I Zing: America's Cultural Decline from Muffin Tops to Body Shots"
2012 | ISBN-10: 1451642040, 1451642059 | 320 pages | EPUB | 1 MB
Zoot Sims Meets Jimmy Rowles - If I'm Lucky (1978) [Remastered 1992] {REPOST}

Zoot Sims Meets Jimmy Rowles - If I'm Lucky (1978) [Remastered 1992] {REPOST}
EAC rip | APE+CUE+LOG | Scans | 259 Mb(Incl. Recovery)
Genre ~ Bop, Cool, Swing, Saxophone Jazz | Label ~ Pablo Records
Louis Armstrong - Satchmo At Symphony Hall (1947) [Remastered 1996]

Louis Armstrong - Satchmo At Symphony Hall (1947) [Remastered 1996]
EAC rip | FLAC + CUE + LOG | Scans | 220 Mb (Incl. Recovery)
Genre ~ Dixieland, Early Jazz, Trumpet Jazz | Label ~ MCA Records

Louis Armstrong's concert at Symphony Hall with his All-Stars in 1947 was a major success, featuring the trumpeter with vocalist/trombonist Jack Teagarden, clarinetist Barney Bigard, pianist Dick Cary, bassist Arvell Shaw, and drummer Big Sid Catlett in particularly inspired form. This single CD reissues 15 of the 18 selections from the earlier two-LP set, dropping "How High the Moon" (which was mostly a bass solo), singer Velma Middleton's feature on "I Cried for You," and (most regrettably) a definitive comedy vocal duet by Middleton and Armstrong on "That's My Desire." ~ AllMusic
Thelonious Monk - Genius Of Modern Music - Vol. 1 (1947) [Remastered 1989]

Thelonious Monk - Genius Of Modern Music - Vol. 1 (1947) [Remastered 1989]
EAC rip | FLAC + CUE + LOG | Full Scans | 290 Mb (Incl. Recovery)
Genre ~ Bop, Piano Jazz | Label ~ Blue Note/Capitol Records

Volume 1 of the two-volume Genius of Modern Music set comprises the first sessions Thelonious Monk recorded as a leader, on October 15 and 24 and November 21 of 1947. It's impossible to overstate the importance of these sessions. They include some of the earliest recordings of Monk compositions that would become standards, despite their angularity and technical difficulty: the strange, sideways chord progression of "Thelonious"; the bouncy and cheerful but melodically cockeyed "Well, You Needn't"; ~ AllMusic