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When I Look in Your Eyes Import

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Years after the '90s, the decade will be remembered for the rise of pianist-vocalist Diana Krall. Simply put, this British Columbian-born artist is one of the most engaging musicians to emerge from the heap of scat-happy singers high on pyrotechnics, but short on poetry. Stamped with the imprimatur of the Nat King Cole trio and blessed by her apprenticeship with the late West Coast piano giant Jimmy Rowles, Krall simply sings songs the way they're supposed to be sung: with devotion to the lyric and with attention to the groove. This CD finds Krall in familiar company with compatriots Russell Malone (on guitar), bassist John Clayton, drummers Lewis Nash and Jeff Hamilton, and vibraphonist (and former Bill Evans associate) Larry Bunker--all supported by Johnny Mandel's svelte string arrangements. Krall and crew take Irving Berlin's chestnut "Let's Face the Music and Dance" and the Sinatra-signatured "I've Got You Under My Skin" south to Brazil via a sexy bossa nova. Malone's lush guitar accompaniment complements Krall's heartfelt delivery on "When I Look in Your Eyes," and Michael Franks's "Popsicle Toes" dances courtesy of Hamilton's drum work. "Devil May Care," "East of the Sun (and West of the Moon)," The Best Thing for You," and the stridish "I Can't Give You Anything but Love" groove with a minimum of waste, while Mandel's simpatico strings steal the show on "I'll String Along with You," "Pick Yourself Up," and "Do It Again." All of which further illuminate the cool fire from this fine gift from North of the Border. --Eugene Holley Jr.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 8, 1999)
  • Original Release Date: June 8, 1999
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Verve
  • ASIN: B00000J7S8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (454 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,405 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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When I first heard this CD ,I had a very limited knowledge and appreciation of Diana Krall.The exposure was limited to a couple of tracks on her tribute to the Nat King Cole trio,and her version of Danny Boy with the Chieftains,on the 1999 offering,Tears of Stone,but even then something attracted my was well placed.Diana's interpretations of these standards,showcases her rich and husky voice,and seems to marry her jazz vocalist roots with a more mainstream appeal.Lets face it when you have it ,you have it,talent will always stand out. From the opening track,Lets Face the Music and Dance with its bosanova rythms through to the mischievious Do It Again,this is a delight.To see such classics by Cole Porter,Irving Berlin and George Gershwin delivered with such emotion whilst relying upon the jazz tradition is a pure delight to listen to. I have taken the opportunity to listen to previous CDs by Ms Krall,and the performance on this recording really should not come as a surprise. What really caught my attention,and are the strengths of this CD,is the talent and ability of Diana Krall as a jazz pianist,and her ability to meld her trio /quartet to complement her delvery of the songs.In an age when production and studio musicians cover a glaring limitation or lack of talent of many artists,Ms Krall has it all and caresses the keys with a skill and emotion that belies her years.If her talent as a vocalist and pianist werent enough,she has some credits on arrangements as well. My admiration for some excellent guitar work from Russell Malone and the bass credits shared between John Clayton and Ben Wolfe.The atmosphere that is generated on this recording is owed to a large extent to the talent of these gentlemen.Read more ›
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While I'm a new fan of Diana Krall, I have to say that she's such a great talent, and I'm so glad that there's an artist like her out there making music. In this day of "Mainstream Pop", hearing someone who has real musicianship is a much needed change of pace.
The first time I saw Diana was when I was watching Jazz Central on BET a few years ago, and I was truly impressed, but I never really tried to find out anything more about her, until this year. I was searching on the Internet and I found her rendition of "Christmas time is here". I was totally blown away, and I had to find more.
From the very first song, "Let's face the music and dance", with its steamy bossa nova, smokey delivery from Diana, and smooth string accompaniment, it's really hard to put this album down. All of the arrangements are extremely well done, and Diana brings out all of the emotions of each song like she's lived through them all. Especially the title track. I couldn't stop listening to it. I just hit the replay button, and fell into the lush sounds of the strings, the warm guitar, while I fell in love with Diana's soothing, comforting voice. VERY few albums have ever done that to me before, and I can't wait for her next effort so she can do it to me again.
Now I can understand that people are mad that Diana doesn't show off her great piano chops, and those who claim that she's selling out, but I have to totally disagree. Diana doesn't have to go the route of so many artists and use their albums to display how great they are; she just wants the music to show for itself. As for the selling out thing, she is more popular, yes.
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Although I just recently found out that Diana Krall is a relatively recent Grammy-nominated jazz-music sensation (the past five years or so) and hailed as a fresh, new talent on the general music scene, I didn't experience her music first-hand until very recently.
Even then, I didn't come in entirely unprepared. After hearing about the third random rave-review of her music, and especially her piano-playing, I finally had to sample her music for myself.
My first sampling was 'Love Scenes', which certainly didn't disappoint. I could definitely see her husky-voiced, character-laden appeal. Her covers of many traditional hits (Porter, etc.) are certainly very appealing, and unique enough to warrant all the claims of Krall's being one of the biggest, truly new things to happen to contemporary jazz music.
But it was after I bought 'When I Look Into Your Eyes' that I really found out what all these claims about Diana Krall's 'specialness' meant. Although I am a huge music fan with a very wide range of tastes based on my mood, it is seldom that a piece of music absolutely takes me away. Well, when I first heard the title track, 'When I Look Into Your Eyes', I actually stopped what I was doing, and just *listened*. What a beautiful, sad song. Funny, a few days later I casually listened to the CD again from the beginning, and the same thing happened AGAIN! I suddenly dropped what I was doing, and just sat and listened because I was almost incapable of doing otherwise. The beauty of that song is indescribable. It makes so much of pop-music seem so utterly trivial in comparison. The depth of feeling, plus the expression in her voice, is so heart-stirring as to be almost painful.
I can't say that I come across such emotionally powerful music very often. Only select classical music can even come close to the effect that Diana Krall's voice has on me. She is truly wonderful and we are lucky to be able to listen to her.
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Diana's newer music is not as good as her earlier work
Most artists will evolve from their early style into many other avenues of expression. Often much to the dismay of the listener and fan. She is definitely showings signs of experimentation from her early recordings. Not all of what you hear will be great and that's true with even the most... Read More
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