Grammy award-winning jazz vocalist Diana Krall continues to dazzle fans with a 10-track album, "The Look of Love."
A follow-up to her 1999 platinum-selling album, "When I Look Into Your Eyes," Krall delivers a combination of ballads and bossa nova tunes. With the assistance of producer Tommy LiPuma, talented musicians and the backup of the London Symphony Orchestra (arranged and conducted by Claus Ogerman), Krall delivers her most moving performance yet.
Compared to the classic Frank Sinatra albums, "The Look of Love" shows Krall's mutual love for music. From a smoky rendition of "Cry Me A River" to a Spanish version of "Besame Mucho," Krall doesn't disappoint her fans in giving her interpretation of "The Look of Love."