Diana Krall - Live in Paris (2014) BDRip Genre: Jazz,Pop | Label: Eagle Rock Entertainment | Year: 2014 | Quality: BDRip 1080p/mkv | Video: MPEG4 H264 1920x1080 29.97fps 12.8 Mbps | Audio: English DTS-HD MA 5.1 48 kHz 2900 kbps 16-bit | Time: 01:54:00 | Size: 8,89gb • Live In Paris, filmed at the Olympia in Paris in late 2001, was Diana Krall s first concert film and was released on DVD in 2002. The concert features tracks from her first four albums including many that have remained firm concert favourites to this day. It was an instant hit and went on to be certified gold, platinum and multi-platinum in many countries around the world. Now for the first time the original standard definition footage is being reissued on Blu-ray disc to benefit from the best available picture and sound quality. Diana Krall is accompanied by the Orchestre Symphonique Europeen & Paris Jazz Big Band, as well her own recording jazz band members flown especially from Los Angeles. In addition to this, Diana Krall also welcomes long-time friend and legendary conductor Klaus Ogermann. • Recorded "live" at the Paris Olympia, Live in Paris offers listeners Diana Krall's understanding of the musical techniques of composition, piano, and vocal improvisation on 17 songs from the Great American Songbooks of Cole Porter,Harold Arlen, George and Ira Gershwin, and contemporary artists Joni Mitchell and Billy Joel. Accompanied by the award-winning Anthony Wilson on guitar, John Pisano on acoustic guitar, John Clayton on bass, Jeff Hamilton on drums, and Paulinho Da Costa on percussion as well as the Orchestra Symphonies European on "Let's Fall in Love" and "I've Got You Under My Skin," the lovely vocalist heightens your listening pleasures with distinctive phrasings and tangible pathways to inside the creative imagination by getting inside harmony, the changes, and melodic structures. On Joel's "Just the Way You Are," Krall is accompanied by Christian McBride on bass, Michael Brecker on tenor saxophone, Lewis Nash on drums, and Wilson on guitar, among others. This song also resides on the soundtrack to the film The Guru and is probably one of the best ballads on the set due to the great solo from Brecker. His powerful but sensitive playing adds the ultimate expression and approach to the melody -- one with attitudinal preparation, which is always necessary for a song that has such familiarity and association with another musician. For those who may not have heard Krall perform "live," this recording will give you a firsthand account of the ambience and excitement of a musical evening with her. --AllMusic Review by Paula Edelstein Download: Hidden Content: You must either reply or click 'Like' to see the hidden information contained here. Hidden Content: You must either reply or click 'Like' to see the hidden information contained here.