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Diana Krall - Quiet Nights (2009) [Jazz Vocals][320 kbps][h33t][schon55]


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Diana Krall - Quiet Nights (2009) [Jazz Vocals][320 kbps][h33t][schon55]
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Diana Krall - Quiet Nights
Label Verve
Orig Year 2009
Bitrate: 320 kbps

Diana Krall's first studio outing since she and husband Elvis Costello became the proud parents of twin boys, 2009's QUIET NIGHTS finds the jazz singer/pianist turning in a serene and pleasantly subdued set. Krall breezes through a few bossa nova standards, most notably "The Girl from Ipanema" ( here gender-reversed to "The Boy..." ) and the title track ( originally "Corcovado" ), both penned by the legendary Antonio Carlos Jobim. QUIET NIGHTS isn't solely a Brazilian-themed outing, however, as Krall also spends plenty of time in the comfortable realm of the Great American Songbook, offering up elegant orchestral renditions of "I've Grown Accustomed to His Face" and the Bacharach/David gem "Walk On By" that benefit from her supremely smoky vocals and graceful delivery. ~ CD Universe

Album review
Diana Krall's albums should come with a warning label: Do not use while operating heavy machinery.

This is not a knock: Krall's round, relaxed voice is a nuanced instrument ideally suited for, as this album's title indicates, quiet nights. With this collection delving exclusively into the worlds of classic ballads and bossa nova, the singer is in an even quieter place than usual.

Which is a bit of a shame. There's nothing terribly wrong with Krall's breathy take on Antonio Carlos Jobim with a faithfully bouncy “The Boy From Ipanema" and “Quiet Nights"; the songs glide by with such an evenhanded subtlety it's almost subliminal. The only mild frustration is, other than Krall's tackling of the Portuguese-language “Este Seu Olhar" from Jo?o Gilberto, there isn't really anything new or unexpected here.

Burt Bacharach's “Walk On By" gets a slightly sassy knock from Krall's vocal turn, but any seductive kick she could have offered gets lost among the soft-focused string arrangements that shadow the whole album.

Still, Krall is in fine voice throughout, and her delicate piano work gets time to shine as well, notably on the bossa nova standard “So Nice." While fans looking for a classic, none- too-jarring soundtrack for a romantic evening surely will follow this record happily into their good night, Krall has offered us more than that in the past. ~ All About Jazz Publicity

Some music is intended to paint a romantic scene – a candlelit dinner, a walk along a moonlit beach. Quiet Nights – Diana Krall’s twelfth album – ain’t about that. Using Brazil as a musical point of reference, the award-winning pianist and singer is not suggesting a night out; she means to stay in.

“It's not coy. It's not ‘peel me a grape,’ little girl stuff. I feel this album’s very womanly – like you're lying next to your lover in bed whispering this in their ear.”

She’s not kidding. From Krall’s refreshing version of “Where or When,” to an utterly soul-stilling rendition of “You’re My Thrill,” the ten songs on Quiet Nights are disarming in their intimacy. Even those already familiar with the breathy vocals and rhythmic lilt in Krall’s music – and now there are millions – will be taken aback by just how far the music pushes, unabashedly, into the realm of sweet surrender. “It’s a sensual, downright erotic record and it's intended to be that way.”

Krall is the first to credit the musical team she assembled – her loyal quartet, ace producer Tommy LiPuma, engineer Al Schmitt plus legendary arranger Claus Ogerman – for much of the seductive power on Quiet Nights. But there’s a deeper, palpable sense of maturity that she brought to the recording as well. “Most of my singing and playing on the album is really just first or second takes. ‘You're My Thrill,’ was a second take – “Too Marvelous,” first take.”

“She’s completely matured,” says Tommy LiPuma, who should know, having first worked with Krall in 1994. “Even in the past few years. She approaches her vocal phrasing much more like an instrumentalist than a straight singer. It’s in her reading of the lyrics, and the timbre of her voice, much more misty like Peggy Lee in her mature period.” ( “I didn't want to over sing -- I was drawing also from Julie London very strongly on this album,” Krall confesses, noting that such influences are not always conscious on her part. “It just came out that way.” ) ~ Arlene Garcia

Personnel:
Larry Corbett
Sid Page
Bruce Dukov
Josefina Vergara
Matt Funes - viola
Katia Popov
Reggie Hamilton
Tereza Stanislav - violin
Mario De Leon
Cecilia Tsan
Darius Campo
Drew Dembowski
Earle Dumler - oboe
Steve Kujala
Evan Wilson
Joel Pargman
Sue Ranney
Kate Reddish
Tammy Hatwan
Amy Wickman
Brad Warnaar - French horn
Ed Meares - bass guitar
Peter Kent
Liane Mautner
Steve Richards
Nico Abondolo
Dan Smith
Trevor Handy
Rick Todd
Thomas Diener
David Walther
Razdan Kuyumjian
Vickie Miskolczy
Vanessa Freebairn-Smith - cello
Caroline Campbell
Rudy Stein
Tiffany Yi Hu
Dan Neufeld
Heather Clark - alto flute, bass flute
Joseph Meyer
Doug Tornquist - tuba
Eun Mee Ahn
Charles Bisharat
David Shostac
Geri Rotella
Janet Lakatos
Mari Tsumura
Yue Deng
Antony Cooke
Barbra Porter
Bill Lane
David Ewart
Gil Romero
Helen Nightengale
Robert Zimmiti - vibraphone
Timothy Landauer
Todd Marda

Diana Krall - Quiet Nights Tracks:
01 Where Or When
02 Too Marvelous For Words
03 I've Grown Accustomed To His Face
04 The Boy From Ipanema
05 Walk On By
06 You're My Thrill
07 Este Seu Olhar
08 So Nice
09 Quiet Nights
10 Guess I'll Hang My Tears Out To Dry
11 How Can You Mend A Broken Heart
12 Everytime We Say Goodbye

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