Turn Up the Quiet - Diana Krall

Discussion in 'Music Lounge' started by capsuleri, Jun 27, 2017.

  1. capsuleri

    capsuleri Well-Known Member War Zone Member

    Heard three selections for her latest CD on the Internet radio. Seems her voice has matured and grown a bit more husky, almost three dimensional. The three songs are very mellow and relaxing. I liked her anyway but this whole CD sounds even better than her last.
     
  2. Phil A

    Phil A Well-Known Member Top Poster

  3. John Celardo

    John Celardo Well-Known Member Donor

    Thanks for the recommendation. I'm a Krall fan and I've gone to a couple of concerts. Her piano skills are as outstanding as her voice in my opinion.
     
  4. claud

    claud Well-Known Member Donor

    This is a return to jazz for her. much more intimate.
     
  5. CJ

    CJ Bronze Member Admin War Zone Member

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    I'll have to remember to check this out. Thanks for the recommendation.
     
  6. John Celardo

    John Celardo Well-Known Member Donor

    You have to Krall before you can bop!

    Speaking of Jazz, Maureen and I were in the Berkshires for a couple of weeks, and we heard a great show at Tanglewood. The band was The Hot Sardines and they were great. Eight musicians, a wonderful woman singer and a tap dancer, yes that's correct! Check 'em out.
     
  7. capsuleri

    capsuleri Well-Known Member War Zone Member

    I love Tanglewood, attended a BSO performance when I was in Boston in 1970's with my then girlfriend. Their summer classical music sessions are simply deliciouso.
     
  8. Carl V

    Carl V Well-Known Member Donor War Zone Member Top Poster

    Ill hafta look for the Hot Sardines & the Krall CD.
    Another west Coast group(Oregon) that is fun is
    Pink Martini. I too enjoy this genre.

    Been to Tanglewood a few times, Ravinia (chicago area) a couple
    as well, Stern Groove in SF was Fun as was Holly wood Bowl
    or RedRocks. Golden Gate Park Concourse
     

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