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Glad Rag Doll by Diana Krall

Album

Glad Rag Doll

Diana Krall

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Album

Glad Rag Doll

Diana Krall

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Label: Verve
Diana Krall teamed up with T-Bone Burnett for this collection of '20s and '30s covers, her 11th studio effort. Burnett's rustic production is a great complement to Krall's dusky alto, but the song selection tends to wander into fairly sappy territory. When all the elements align, however, Glad Rag Doll boasts a sophisticated mix of noir Americana on rockabilly-touched numbers like "I'm A Little Mixed Up" and "There Ain't No Sweet Man..." Krall's voice is a bit underutilized, though; the record's highly styled concept is much more a showpiece for Burnett's flawless capability as a producer.

About This Album

Diana Krall teamed up with T-Bone Burnett for this collection of '20s and '30s covers, her 11th studio effort. Burnett's rustic production is a great complement to Krall's dusky alto, but the song selection tends to wander into fairly sappy territory. When all the elements align, however, Glad Rag Doll boasts a sophisticated mix of noir Americana on rockabilly-touched numbers like "I'm A Little Mixed Up" and "There Ain't No Sweet Man..." Krall's voice is a bit underutilized, though; the record's highly styled concept is much more a showpiece for Burnett's flawless capability as a producer.

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About This Album

Diana Krall teamed up with T-Bone Burnett for this collection of '20s and '30s covers, her 11th studio effort. Burnett's rustic production is a great complement to Krall's dusky alto, but the song selection tends to wander into fairly sappy territory. When all the elements align, however, Glad Rag Doll boasts a sophisticated mix of noir Americana on rockabilly-touched numbers like "I'm A Little Mixed Up" and "There Ain't No Sweet Man..." Krall's voice is a bit underutilized, though; the record's highly styled concept is much more a showpiece for Burnett's flawless capability as a producer.