Diana Krall Live In Paris

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  1. Khoa Tran

    Khoa Tran Supporting Actor

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    I just noticed something when i was listening....she hums the songs a lot when it's just all instrumental....i thought it was some bee buzzing around my room but then i listened a little bit closer....
     
  2. Rich Malloy

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    Allow me to recommend another jazz concert DVD for you, Khoa:

    Keith Jarrett-STANDARDS (1985).

    [​IMG] (I'm winkin', but I'm also definitely recommending this fantastic performance/DVD)
     
  3. Mike Frezon

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    ...or anything by Erroll Garner! The man just couldn't keep quiet while he was playing! [​IMG]

    The DVD of the Krall performance in Paris is OUTSTANDING!
     
  4. Brian E

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    Anyone checked out Jane Monheit - Live at the Rainbow Room?

    If so how is it?
     
  5. Mike Broadman

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    Mingus also hummed occassionally. Then again, he also yelled, chanted, and occassionally punched someone in the mouth. [​IMG]

    I only have a couple of Jarrett CDs, and the humming isn't bad at all.

    I have yet to pick up that Live in Paris CD by Krall.
     
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    The CD is very good in my opinion. I especially like the 1st track.
     

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