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Diana Krall: Turn Up The Quiet

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Label: Verve Records
Released: 2017.05.05
Category: Jazz
Producer(s): Tommy LiPuma, Diana Krall
Media type: CD
Web address: www.dianakrall.com
Appears with:
Purchase date: 2017
Price in €: 1,00

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[1] Like Someone in Love (Johnny Burke / James Van Heusen) - 3:16
[2] Isn't It Romantic (Lorenz Hart / Richard Rodgers) - 4:28
[3] L-O-V-E (Milt Gabler / Bert Kaempfert) - 4:21
[4] Night and Day (Cole Porter) - 4:38
[5] I'm Confessin' [That I Love You] (Ralph Edward Daugherty / Al J. Neiburg / Ellis Reynolds) - 3:24
[6] Moonglow (Edgar Delange / Will Hudson / Irving Mills) - 5:15
[7] Blue Skies (Irving Berlin) - 4:38
[8] Sway (Norman Gimbel / Luis Demetrio Traconis Molina / Pablo Rosas Rodriguez) - 6:12
[9] No Moon at All (Redd Evans / David A. Mann) - 4:06
[10] Dream (Johnny Mercer) - 4:04
[11] I'll See You in My Dreams (Isham Jones / Gus Kahn) - 3:53

 A r t i s t s ,   P e r s o n n e l

Diana Krall - Piano, Vocals, Producer, Ensemble Arranger

Russell Malone - Guitar
Marc Ribot - Guitar
Anthony Wilson - Guitar
John Clayton, Jr. - Bass
Christian McBride - Bass
Tony Garnier - Bass
Stuart Duncan - Fiddle
Karriem Riggins - Drums
Jeff Hamilton - Drums
Stefon Harris - Vibraphone

Shari Sutcliffe - Conductor, Contractor, Production Coordination
Alan Broadbent - Conductor, Orchestral Arrangements, Orchestration
Joel Derouin - Concert Master
Vanessa Freebairn-Smith - Celli, Soloist
Alisha Bauer - Celli
Jodi Burnett - Celli
Jennifer Kuhn - Celli
Charlie Bisharat - Violin
Kevin Connolly - Violin
Mario Deleon - Violin
Katia Popov - Violin
Neel Hammond - Violin
Tamara Hatwan - Violin
Songa Lee - Violin
Natalie Leggett - Violin
Michele Richards - Violin
Kathleen Sloan - Violin
Marcy Vaj - Violin
Ina Veli - Violin
John Wittenberg - Violin
Kate Reddish - Viola
Andrew Duckles - Viola
Michael Whitson - Viola
Colleen Sugata - Viola

Tommy LiPuma - Producer
Al Schmitt - Engineer, Mixing
Brian Montgomery - Engineer
Jason Staniulis - Assistant Engineer
Chandler Harrod - Assistant Engineer
Eric Boulanger - Mastering
Steve Genewick - Assistant, Pro-Tools
Josh Cheuse - Creative Director
Edwin Fotheringham - Illustrations
Coco Shinomiya - Design
Mary McCartney - Photography
Julie Johangten - Release Coordinator
Allison Joyce - A&R
Jamie Krents - A&R
Evelyn Morgan - A&R
Femi Onafowokan - A&R
Neema Pazargad - Piano Tuner
Oleg Schramm - Piano Tuner

 C o m m e n t s ,   N o t e s

Diana Krall spent the better part of the 2010s exploring byways of American song - her 2012 set Glad Rag Doll drew heavily on obscure jazz from the 1920s and '30s, its 2015 sequel Wallflower concentrated on pop and rock tunes - but 2017's Turn Up the Quiet finds the pianist/singer returning to well-known standards from the Great American Songbook. Reuniting with producer Tommy LiPuma for the first time since 2009's bossa nova-inspired Quiet Nights, Krall works with a trio of lineups on Turn Up the Quiet, alternating between a trio, quartet, and quintet. The album isn't divided into triads but rather gently shifts between these bands, a move that's sometimes imperceptible because the focus is firmly on Krall, the pianist. Her voice often operates at a hushed whisper - a decision that suits this collection of romantic, dreamy material; it also underscores the importance of the record's title - and that emphasizes her lithe piano along with the solo spotlights from her featured musicians. Krall gives her three bands plenty of space to shine - fiddler Stuart Duncan, in particular, stuns with his solo on "I'll See You in My Dreams," but there are nice turns from guitarists Russell Malone, Anthony Wilson, and Marc Ribot, along with supple playing by bassists Christian McBride, Tony Garnier, and Anthony Wilson - but what impresses is how these ensembles are all united in spirit and attitude, all thanks to their leader. Krall has a definite vision for Turn Up the Quiet - she wants to keep things smoky and subdued, a record for the wee hours - and the end result is so elegant, it seems effortless.

Stephen Thomas Erlewine - All Music Guide

Diana Krall's latest album, Turn Up the Quiet, celebrates Jazz and the Great American Songbook, reuniting Diana with Grammy Award-winning producer, Tommy LiPuma. Diana Krall is the only jazz singer to have eight albums debut at the top of the Billboard Jazz Albums chart. To date, her albums have garnered five Grammy® Awards, eight Juno® Awards and have also earned nine gold, three platinum and seven multi-platinum albums. Krall's unique artistry transcends any single musical style and has made her one of the most acclaimed artists of our time.


Wer würde nicht unterschreiben, dass unsere Welt irgendwie viel zu laut geworden ist? Turn Up The Quiet fordert jetzt Diana Krall mit ihrem neuen Album. Als vor kurzem durchsickerte, dass Diana Krall nach einer längeren Pause wieder mit Tommy LiPuma, Produzent ihrer größten Erfolgsalben wie The Look Of Love und Love Scenes, im Studio arbeitete, waren Neugierde und Vorfreude groß. Turn Up The Quiet führt sie und Tommy LiPuma zu den Wurzeln zurück, mit denen Krall die Basis ihrer Weltkarriere legte: Jazz-Klassiker und die unsterblichen Songs aus dem „American Songbook". Selbstverständlich interpretiert in der sinnlich knisternden Art, die so nur Diana Krall gelingt. Diana Krall ist die bekannteste Jazz-Sängerin unserer Zeit, sie ist stolze Besitzerin von fünf Grammys, acht Juno-Awards und weltweit neun Gold-, drei Platin- und sieben Multi-Platin-Alben. In Deutschland wurde sie mit drei Goldenen Schallplatten und drei ECHO Jazz ausgezeichnet.


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