|1. California Dreamin'|
|4. Alone Again (Naturally) duet with Michael Bublé|
|5. Wallflower featuring Blake Mills|
|6. If I Take You Home Tonight|
|7. I Can't Tell You Why|
|8. Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word|
|9. Operator (That's Not The Way It Feels)|
|10. I'm Not In Love|
|11. Feels Like Home duet with Bryan Adams|
|12. Don't Dream It's Over|
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California Dreaming, disparagingly referenced by another reviewer, I think masterful, as is Desperado (she actually had me listening to and appreciating the words).
There are enough choice offerings here to make this a worthwhile addition to your musical storehouse. Thanks, Ms. Krall and keep pushing yourself. A four star selection of material and a five star presentation.
And, having said THAT - I come to the thing that disappoints me; and that is, the essentially complete loss of Diana Krall, the wonderfully human and spirited jazz pianist. She plays little or no piano on this album...and given her incredible talent, skill, and ability to SWING like very few can...Well, I'm sorry, but I consider that a great tragedy. It's almost as if Diana feels that there are so many incredible jazz pianists around (which, of course, is true)...that she feels vaguely incompetent on her chosen instrument; which of course, couldn't be further from the truth. In my opinion, the thing that REALLY knocked me out about Diana Krall's earlier work was that she was not just an admittedly beautiful woman who could sing (there are a LOT of those around, really), but that she also had this phenomenal talent as a great jazz pianist who could bring a crackling, sparkling, aggressive kick to her music that could gleefully boot many contemporary jazzmen squarely in their cajones...(in a joyful, spirited way). I miss that.
I don't mean for a second to accuse Ms. Krall of "selling out", as I suspect many will...If nothing else, the unique beauty of her voice doesn't permit me to do that. But I must say...Oh, please, Diana...I do wish you still played the piano. You were so DAMN good at it!