Diana Krall : When I Look In Your Eyes

CD [Cover Art for Diana Krall / When I Look In Your Eyes] Your Price: $19.88
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Availability: In Stock
Sell date: 6/1999
Label: Grp Records
Mfg's Catalog#: 304
CDC Part#: 102930
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 Notes & Reviews
Soothing Jazz of Diana Krall. Her's is a talent not often eclipsed.
- Mark Greenhalgh2, 08/01/2003, USA

Great CD! Her best so far.
- John S Rodriguez, 08/14/2000, USA

Nothing remains the same after you were listening to this divine album.
- Juergen Lutze, 04/01/2000, Germany

A very good mix of material! Suitable for evenings alone at home or entertaining friends. Especially like 'Popsicle Toes' which is getting a lot of airplay on the local NPR station.
- Beverly Hall, 09/22/1999, USA

I would have rated this 10, were it not for the cover... Miss Krall is a musician, not some dumb model... I have all her CDs, and this is even better than the others.
- Chris Hughes, 08/30/1999, UK

Diana Krall's second release. I don't think there are any songs on this CD that were written after 1938.
- Meza, 08/25/1999, USA

If artistry is about growth, then count Diana Krall as one of jazz's consummate artists. When I Look In Your Eyes is yet another step ahead for the vocalist/pianist. Her gorgeous new Verve debut breaks away from the standard piano-trio setting of her 2 previous releases; several of the album's tracks feature graceful orchestrations by Johnny Mandel! Highlights include unique interpretations of hits and popular standards; focus tracks: 'Why Should I Care' (from the film True Crime) and 'Popsicle Toes.'

Let's Face the Music & Dance
Devil May Care
Let's Fall in Love
When I Look in Your Eyes
Popsicle Toes
I've Got You Under My Skin
I Can't Give You Anything But Love
I'll String Along With You
East of the Sun (And West of the Moon)
Pick Yourself Up
The Best Thing for You
Do It Again
Why Should I Care

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