12 Songs, 54 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

This album is Mastered for iTunes. Though she’s famously self-contained as a vocalist and pianist who’s equally skilled at both instruments, Diana Krall has had an impressive history of collaborators. From guitarist Russell Malone to producer Tommy LiPuma to her husband, singer/songwriter Elvis Costello, Krall has teamed up with remarkably empathetic minds. For Krall’s new Quiet Nights album, she reunites with arranger/conductor Claus Ogerman (Frank Sinatra, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Stan Getz) for the first time since her Live in Paris concert recording from 2002. Krall’s tenth studio effort includes not only lushly realized Brazilian standards (the title track, “The (Boy) from Ipanema”) and selections from the Great American Songbook (“Where or When”, “Everytime We Say Goodbye”) but smartly interpreted contemporary songs such as The Bee Gees’ “How Can You Mend a Broken Heart”.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

This album is Mastered for iTunes. Though she’s famously self-contained as a vocalist and pianist who’s equally skilled at both instruments, Diana Krall has had an impressive history of collaborators. From guitarist Russell Malone to producer Tommy LiPuma to her husband, singer/songwriter Elvis Costello, Krall has teamed up with remarkably empathetic minds. For Krall’s new Quiet Nights album, she reunites with arranger/conductor Claus Ogerman (Frank Sinatra, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Stan Getz) for the first time since her Live in Paris concert recording from 2002. Krall’s tenth studio effort includes not only lushly realized Brazilian standards (the title track, “The (Boy) from Ipanema”) and selections from the Great American Songbook (“Where or When”, “Everytime We Say Goodbye”) but smartly interpreted contemporary songs such as The Bee Gees’ “How Can You Mend a Broken Heart”.

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