11 Songs, 48 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On her 13th album, Diana Krall reinterprets jazz standards with the idea that subtlety and moderation can provide a powerful platform for intense emotion. That’s brilliantly proven when rumba classic “Sway” is transformed into a slow dance so intimate she could be singing it with her head on your shoulder. The spare arrangements ensure the instrumentation is as emotive as Krall’s voice, and her piano gambols with Stuart Duncan’s fiddle to capture the breathless giddiness of love on “I’ll See You In My Dreams.”

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On her 13th album, Diana Krall reinterprets jazz standards with the idea that subtlety and moderation can provide a powerful platform for intense emotion. That’s brilliantly proven when rumba classic “Sway” is transformed into a slow dance so intimate she could be singing it with her head on your shoulder. The spare arrangements ensure the instrumentation is as emotive as Krall’s voice, and her piano gambols with Stuart Duncan’s fiddle to capture the breathless giddiness of love on “I’ll See You In My Dreams.”

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
112 Ratings
112 Ratings
rebel49er ,

Veteran

I first started to listen to Diana when I was stationed in Iraq back in 2004. I had many a stressful combat patrols, several of which did not end so well. Her music was the one bright spot for me while serving my time in hell. She saved my soul, and life, while stationed overseas. I have been a loyal fan ever since and lok forward to new music.

Doug Skinner ,

Mello Diana

To those folks that are just finding Diana - be sure to listen to her "live in Paris" album - that will make you a fan forever. So now we have Diana's latest album "Turn Up The Quiet" which shows her laid back, quiet side. Besides having a wonderful voice, it is always fun to listen to her wonderful jazz piano playing. Nice album.

REHEKU ,

Back to basics!

There's is nothing more romantic and insightful than jazz. I've been listening to Diana Krall for so long now, it is lovely she comes back to her roots. Delightful!

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