From the album « Heartdrops » 2002
Composed By : Vince Benedetti
Bass – Christoph Sprenger
Composed By, Arranged By, Lyrics By – Vince Benedetti
Drums – Alberto Canonico
Synthesizer – Vince Benedetti
Vocals, Guitar – Martien Oster
Vocals, Piano – Diana Krall
In 1988, in Zurich, when Diana Krall was anyone unknown Canadian singer, he met in a taxi handsome Vince Benedetti'ego. The next day they met in the bar of one of the hotels in Zurich, where the evening humming Diana Krall and singer Benedetti gave the tape from the trial compositions .Nagrania so interested in Diana, that she returned to Switzerland in January 1980, by a small Ton
The extensive discography of Diana Krall previously unknown album " Heartdrops " is the beginning of the big, international career.Today, when the glow of the stars and the market position of jazz vocalist is none enjoys edition of the recordings, which arose out of a commercial calendar Diana and her court manufacturer Tomma Di Puma. Beautiful, subtle compositions Benedetti'ego (eg. "Your Destiny", "News", "My Love" ) certify class Swiss music.
Born November 16, 1964 in Nanaimo (British Columbia), Diana Jean Krall is a Canadian jazz pianist and singer, known for her contralto vocals whose breakthrough came in 1996 with the album All for You. She received her first Grammy Award for 1999's When I Look in Your Eyes. On The Girl in the Other Room, Krall for the first time included some of her own compositions as well as songs written or co-written by British singer-songwriter Elvis Costello, whom she had married in 2003.
She grew up in British Columbia, where she began taking classical piano lessons when she was just 4 years old. In her youth, Krall spent hours listening to her accountant father's 78 RPM record collection. Her grandparents exposed her to jazz music, and she spent many weekends singing the classics at their house.
By the age of 15, Krall was performing classics in bars and restaurants. She received a scholarship to attend the Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts, where she studied music. After graduating, she lived briefly in Los Angeles, California, before moving to Toronto, where she recorded her debut album, 1993's Stepping Out. She moved to New York City shortly after the project's release.
Krall has toured worldwide, mostly with her trio—a guitar and drums, in addition to her piano—but often with a symphony. She's performed at Carnegie Hall, and at the White House for President Barack Obama, among various other venues.
In addition to creating music, Krall has produced music for legendary singer-songwriter Barbra Steisand. She also played piano for several songs on Steisand's 2009 album, Love Is the Answer. Additionally, Krall worked with rock icon and former Beatle Paul McCartney on his 2012 album, Kisses on the Bottom.
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