Live In Rio
Quiet Nights is Diana's Gift to the World with her Unique interpretations of Brazilian Jazz standards and her personal tribute to Antonio Carlos Jobim the greatest Brazilian Jazz Composer, and possibly the Best the World has ever seen. A Musical glimpse of the Best of Brazil and a Journey that is well worth taking. Over, & over, and Over again. You are Musical and Magically transported to Rio and given NEW Favorite songs for ETERNITY. Diana's interpretations of Jazz Standards always become your favorite ever, almost like hearing a new song with special Nuance, Verve, Tempo, and Phrasing that is a Fresh one of a Kind Version that is Perfection to your Ears and will give you a new appreciation of Diana's wide array of Musical & Vocal Talents.
Just sit back and let it happen ....
Worst Diana Krall album ever. I guess she is trying to sound sexy but it sure isn't. The music is great as usual but this new singing style is awful.
On this album I think the engineers over did it with capturing too much breath. it is nice in some places and over the top in other places
By Carl Haney
What a let down. Diana is so much better playing with a jazz quartet or trio. She sounds very "syrupy" ----------whoever convinced her to make this CD does not recognize her real talent.
Lots of luck trying to sell this kind of outdated music.
THE DIANA I LOVE TO LISTEN TO!
I LOVE THIS ALBUM! Diana shines! Reminds me of some of her earlier albums (which I have).I can't pick a favorite song on this album because they are all great.
I can never get enough of her versions of old classics and new originals.