The Very Best Of Diana Krall
by Diana Krall
Released: Sep 2007
Around the time a resurgent Tony Bennett was topping the charts, Verve got behind Diana Krall, who turned on the rock masses to their (grand)parents' music. Krall sings with feeling and she's a slinky pianist, but her greatest strength is in how she combines her talents to create something greater. Fans can debate whether these tracks really make up the "very best" of Krall, but they'll all want to hear the new tunes: the standard "You Go to My Head," a cover of Tom Waits' "The Heart of Saturday Night" and a very Sinatra-esque dive into the orchestral despair of Frank's "Only the Lonely."
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