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From This Moment On

Diana Krall Audio CD
4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
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From This Moment On + Quiet Nights + The Girl in the Other Room
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1. It Could Happen To You
2. Isn't This A Lovely Day
3. How Insensitive
4. Exactly Like You
5. From This Moment On
6. I Was Doing Alright
7. Little Girl Blue
8. Day In, Day Out
9. Willow Weep For Me
10. Come Dance With Me
11. You Can Depend On Me

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This album appears in the footsteps of 2004's The Girl in the Other Room but doesn't sound like a follow-up. Whereas The Girl saw the pianist-singer abandon the Great American Songbook for more personal pastures, From This Moment On sees her working out on standards done in traditional arrangements. Although the tracks here are by the likes of Cole Porter, Jimmy Van Heusen and Sammy Cahn, and the Gershwins, Krall sounds more at ease than ever before; perhaps digging deep inside on The Girl loosened her up. Backed by the Clayton/Hamilton Jazz Orchestra on seven tracks, Krall sings off the big band with ease. On the title track, she keeps up with a galloping bass and explosive brass arrangements and even ventures into scatting toward the end of the song. Her voice has also acquired a wonderfully worn texture in the past few years, and it works wonders on the ballads (just listen to "Isn't This a Lovely Day" and "Little Girl Blue" for instance). When standards are done like this, there's just nothing like 'em. --Elisabeth Vincentelli

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International Limited Edition version of her 2006 studio album features one bonus track, 'The Boulevard Of Broken Dreams'. Grammy Award winner and multi-Platinum selling musician Diana Krall returns to the standard songbook with a sensual, swinging set on From This Moment On, to be released on 11th September on Verve. Krall is joined by the Clayton/Hamilton Jazz Orchestra, Anthony Wilson (guitar), John Clayton (bass) and Jeff Hamilton (drums), performing 'It Could Happen To You', 'Isn't This A Lovely Day' & 'Come Dance With Me'. Universal. 2006.

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4.0 out of 5 stars Classy execution. Oct. 21 2006
Format:Audio CD
Diana Krall's big strengths when she first emerged were a musicality about lyrics that savoured the weight of every syllable, an instrumentalist's timing and ideas (though her piano-playing isn't up to her singing, it's been a crucial complement to it) and a delicate intimacy that made every member of an audience feel they were getting her personal attention.

Success has swelled the budgets, and risked overwhelming her fragile eloquence and jazz instincts.

But though this set drops into the dinner-jazz and easy-listening boxes, there's enough subtle orchestral arrangement and sharp horn soloing to engage the big-band buffs, plenty of Krall at her smokiest, and three crisp tracks just for quartet.

A breezy version of" Day In and Day Out" gets a lively Count Basie treatment, piano tinkling over chugging guitar.

Diana Krall affection for lyrics add new turns to "Exactly Like You" and "I Was Doing Alright", and her oddly frank, confiding whisper makes "Little Girl Blue" the best thing on the album.

An eerie brass fanfare (suggesting the approach of Gil Evans' and Miles Davis's Porgy and Bess) turns out to be the overture to "Willow Weep for Me" - a beautiful arrangement imparting a mysterious and faintly sinister quality to the song.

"From This Moment On" is full of classy execution, but it's familiar territory for Krall and her fans.
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3.0 out of 5 stars It's ok March 25 2014
By Earmotion TOP 500 REVIEWER
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This is my first Diana Krall cd. I find her voice fine and some of the tunes good but I was certainly underwhelmed. The tendency for Jazz artists (especially female jazz artists) to slide all around the intended notes irks me. She is certainly not the biggest offender.
The cd quality is ok.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic album Dec 12 2013
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A great selection of songs. There's only one track on it that's not quite as good as all the rest.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Good choice Feb. 7 2013
By syrn
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This recording was as expected. It was a replacement for a previous recording I had. I would recommend this recording
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5.0 out of 5 stars What a Beautiful Voice! Jan. 28 2013
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I bought this because i love to hear her sing and this was
a particular selection with my favourite songs!
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