Live & Learn
One of my favourite performers.
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She IS so great….
Saw her in Durham NC with my father. No words – just closed my eyes and soared!
You saw her live! Wow! Lucky you….
I did! Had been looking for a way to see her for a while. She seems to be overseas, Canada and other places than the south.
It was wonderful. I wish that for you someday!
After dinner mellow … feels good 😎
Great entertainer, loved it.
My husband and I didn’t realize how lucky we were to see her long ago at the Litchfield Jazz Festival until much later. I can listen to her any time, any place. Perfect.
(Fun! You have the same initials!)
Wow. So cool. And yes, same initials, both Canadian and from same province!
Smooth… What a voice! I didn’t know her. Just the right song for a winter morning. Thank you David, for bringing new pictures, poems, music and POV’s (Ha, I’ve learned it !) into my life.
You didn’t know her!?! OMG. Then I’m so glad that I introduced her to you. Christine, be sure that you hit the link at the bottom of the post (“Related Posts”) to see my other Diana Krall posts. And thanks for the kind words Christine.
She is brilliant, and evokes a kind of “old school” jazz.
She is and she really does. A new era throwback, smooth.
The old things weren’t so bad, weren’t they?
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I think that it’s good to realize that, like many other “old” things, we’re not just getting “old”. We’re getting more experienced, wiser, more relaxed (hopefully) and more interesting. Yesss.
Wiser, not so sure. More relaxed, I think so. 🙂
For sure. 💗
Thank you very much
A fan of Burt Bacharach.and his genius for sure…Dusty Springfield’s “Look of Love” I love… “Cry Me a River” sung by Joan London is amazing…I have over time listened to and tried to like Diana Krall’s voice and I just don’t…I just don’t hear any passion.
We’re not aligned for once. Shame. I’m not a fan of London or Springfield. Next time!
Having different opinions and likes is inevitable. I like James Hunter, the British singer, He didn’t do it for you…. I think you will enjoy listening to these tunes by the American Jazz singer, Melody Gardot.(she also plays the piano) “Worrisome Heart” my favorite though I think most people might prefer her song “Who Will Comfort Me” the musicians who accompany her are amazing. Her Backstory is amazing. How she rose against such a challenge. This is the link for
“Who Will Comfort Me”
and the link for “Worrisome Heart” is below
I think I passed on in an email a link to the singer Andra Day? So uniquely amazing.
Sun is a shinning here today! Cold though.
Oh, “I’m not a fan of London or Springfield.” Not following you. Maybe you are thinking of another contributor? Are London and Springfield musicians, as well as locations?
Friend, I have listened to Ms. Gardot’s tune several times, just not feeling it in the bones. :).
You should read her backstory…and listen to ” “Worrisome Heart” don’t have a clue how the other tune (sweet memory) showed up… https://youtu.be/2Wgr9ln82_8
In my cue for a weekend watch. Thanks.
A voice like warm caramel. Just love her. Melody Gardot touches the same nerve…. 🙂
Warm Carmel. OMG – you did it again!
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