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|2. Love Letters|
|3. I Remember You|
|4. Cry Me A River|
|5. Besame Mucho|
|6. The Night We Called It a Day|
|7. Dancing In The Dark|
|8. I Get Along Without You Very Well|
|9. The Look Of Love|
|10. Maybe You'll Be There|
More polished than ever before, Diana Krall strolls with languorous ease through The Look of Love, effortlessly charting her continuing growth as a sophisticated singer of the popular songbook. She brings to a delightful selection of Latin flavoured standards all of the charm that has so captivated her huge following during the past few years. That audience, especially those who enjoyed her last outing, When I Look In Your Eyes, will delight in this CD. There may be a little less of Diana's own piano playing than some fans might like, but the accompaniment, mainly from the London Symphony Orchestra, is flawless. Throughout, the lush strings, arranged by Claus Ogerman, are spiced by the addition of a handful of jazz players among which is Diana's long time musical associate, guitarist Russell Malone. Here and there a gentle touch of Latin percussion is added, bringing a pleasing hint of rhythmic urgency but for the most part this is laid-back, relaxed music making of a very high order. --Bruce Crowther
The sound engineer who recorded should have a Grammy. It is the most perfect and impressive recording I know of. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Seb
super musique pour un repas en tête à tête.
La livraison a été rapide et bon prix, je vous le recommande
After the success of 1999 Platinum-Selling album, "When I Look In Your Eyes," Tommy LiPuma came up with another bestseller, "The Look Of Love. Read morePublished on May 13 2005 by Rebecca*rhapsodyinblue*
this is an instant classic people!
i heard all her clips at [...] and bought the cd immediately!
If you haven't heard Diana Krall, you're missingout. She is a true jazz talent. I recommend The Look of Love highly.Published on July 12 2004 by John H
I have always hated jazz. I much prefer classical music as well at the real rocknroll...I believe that rocknroll died the day Elvis went into the army. Read morePublished on May 25 2004 by Gerald Oleson
An interesting middle of the road attempt at Bossa Nova, without quite connecting. But S'Wonderful is -- although credit should be given to Joao Gilberto's Amoroso 1977 album... Read morePublished on May 22 2004 by William Britton
Surely there must be others who feel, as I do, that Krall is an over-hyped, mediocre vocalist lacking in passion and depth, with an almost complete inability to communicate the... Read morePublished on May 12 2004
You will notice some bad reviews of this album sprinkled among the glowing ones; because on this album the artist does not overlook the obvious but instead puts it to use, Diana... Read morePublished on May 10 2004