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1. Diana krall & tony bennett - i've got the world on a string

  • Published: 2012-10-31T15:13:34Z
  • By Solcloud
Diana krall & tony bennett - i've got the world on a string

Got the world going round and round

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5. Love Is Here to Stay - Tony Bennett & Diana Krall

  • Published: 2018-08-04T22:52:22Z
  • By Hac Kab
Love Is Here to Stay - Tony Bennett & Diana Krall

Love Is Here to Stay - Tony Bennett & Diana Krall

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8. Diana Krall - My Love Is (Version 2)

Diana Krall - My Love Is (Version 2)

From out the vault comes this historic collection of timeless classic hits by Jackie Wilson, Baby Washinton, The Flamingos and more. Each song is full of memorable melodies and sensational intrumentation that will have you tapping your toes and singing along. find us online... ********************************** ********************************** My Love Is (Version 2) Written by Billy Myles Performed by Diana Krall ********************************** ********************************** (Upright Bass Solo) My love My love is a mountainside So firm So firm it can calm a tide My love for you is a mountainside It stands so firm it can calm a tide That’s why my love My love is a mountainside My love My love is an ocean roar So strong So strong that I can’t let you go My love for you is an ocean roar It grows so strong that I can’t let you go That’s why my love My love is an ocean’s roar My love is longer than forever Endless as the laws of time Til 99 years and for never In my heart you’ll still be mine Because my love My love is a deep blue sea So deep So deep so deep that I’ll never be free My love for you is a deep blue sea it’s grown so strong that I’ll never be free That’s why my love My love is a deep blue sea My love My love My love is a deep blue sea My love My love My love is a mountain side My love My love My love has grown so strong that I’ll never be free ********************************** ********************************** Diana Jean Krall, OC, OBC (born November 16, 1964) is a Canadian jazz pianist and singer, known for her contralto vocals. She has sold more than 6 million albums in the US and over 15 million worldwide. On December 11, 2009, Billboard magazine named her the second Jazz artist of the 2000–09 decade, establishing her as one of the best-selling artists of her time. She is the only jazz singer to have eight albums debuting at the top of the Billboard Jazz Albums. To date, she has won two Grammy Awards and eight Juno Awards. She has also earned nine gold, three platinum, and seven multi-platinum albums. Krall was born on November 16, 1964 in Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada. Her father played piano at home and her mother sang in a community choir. She was playing piano herself at the age of four and playing jazz in a local restaurant at 15. She went to the Berklee College of Music in Boston on a scholarship before heading out to L.A. to play jazz. She returned to Canada to release her first album in 1993. Krall lost her mother Adella to multiple myeloma in 2002, within months of also losing her mentors Ray Brown and Rosemary Clooney. Diana's only sibling, Michelle, is a former member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP). Krall and British musician Elvis Costello were married on December 6, 2003 at Elton John's estate outside London. Their twin sons, Dexter Henry Lorcan and Frank Harlan James, were born December 6, 2006 in New York City. In 1993, Krall released her first album, Stepping Out, which she recorded with John Clayton and Jeff Hamilton. It caught the attention of producer Tommy LiPuma, who produced her second album, Only Trust Your Heart (1995). Her third album, All for You: A Dedication to the Nat King Cole Trio (1996), was nominated for a Grammy and continued for 70 weeks in the Billboard jazz charts. Love Scenes (1997) quickly became a hit record with the trio of Krall, Russell Malone (guitar) and Christian McBride (bass). In August 2000, Krall was paired on a 20-city tour with Tony Bennett. They were paired again for a song on the TV series Spectacle: Elvis Costello with... Orchestral arrangements by Johnny Mandel provided the background on When I Look In Your Eyes (1999). The band mix was kept, following arrangements on The Look of Love (2001) created by Claus Ogerman; this record achieved platinum status and reached the top 10 of the Billboard 200. The title track from the album, a cover of the Casino Royale standard popularized in the late 1960s by Dusty Springfield and Sérgio Mendes, reached number 22 on the adult contemporary chart. In September 2001, Krall began a world tour. Her concert at the Paris Olympia was recorded and released as her first live record, Diana Krall - Live in Paris. The album included covers of Billy Joel's "Just The Way You Are" (a hit on U.S. smooth jazz radio) and Joni Mitchell's "A Case Of You." The 2001 movie The Score (U.S.A. and Germany) starring Robert De Niro and Marlon Brando, features a recording of Krall entitled: “I’ll Make It Up As I Go.” This song accompanies the film’s ending Credits (Chapter 12) and was composed by a fellow Canadian, David Foster. After marrying Elvis Costello, she worked with him as a lyricist and started to compose her own songs, resulting in the album The Girl in the Other Room. The album, released in April 2004, quickly rose to the top five in the United Kingdom and made the Australian top 40 album charts. She joined Ray Charles on his Genius Loves Company album in 2004 on the song, "You Don't Know Me". In late May 2007, Krall was featured in a Lexus ad campaign. She also sang, "Dream a Little Dream of Me" with piano accompaniment by pianist Hank Jones. Quiet Nights was released on 31 March 2009. Krall also produced Barbra Streisand's album Love Is the Answer, released on September 29, 2009. 2011 saw Krall retreat to Sri Lanka; however, no publicity was given and the visit remained entirely private. In September 2012, she accompanied Paul McCartney at Capitol Studios in a live performance of his Album "Kisses on the Bottom", which was shown live on the internet. On September 13, 2012, Krall performed Fly Me to the Moon at astronaut Neil Armstrong's memorial service in Washington, D.C. Glad Rag Doll, her latest album, was released on October 2, 2012 In 2000, she was awarded the Order of British Columbia. In 2003 she was given an honorary Ph.D. (Fine Arts) from the University of Victoria. In 2004, she was inducted into Canada's Walk of Fame. In 2005, she was made an Officer of the Order of Canada. In 2008, Nanaimo Harbourfront Plaza was renamed Diana Krall Plaza. She is an honorary board member of the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation.

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9. ENDO Presents - "Harmonic Holidays" - 2 Hours of Non-Stop Harmonically Mixed Holiday Songs

  • Published: 2013-12-12T00:08:46Z
  • By ENDO
ENDO Presents -

Hey Everyone, here is a special mix I did for the holidays. This is a 2 hour non-stop mix of all Holiday Songs. There is no Dance Music in this Mix. This is purely Holiday music Harmonically Mixed, unrehearsed in a single take using my Harmonic Mixing system. Feel free to share and play for your families at Christmas time. Enjoy, and Happy Holidays to everyone around the world. Peace! - Endo Tracklisting: 1. Frank Sinatra - I’ll Be Home for Christmas [A Major] 2. Tony Bennett - Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas [F# Minor] 3. Priscilla Ahn - Silent Night [F# Minor] 4. Tony Bennett - O Christmas Tree [F# Major] 5. Sara Bareilles & Ingrid Michaelson - Winter Song [Db Major] 6. Sarah McLachlan - River [Bb Major] 7. Diana Krall & The Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra - Let It Snow [D Minor] 8. Fiona Apple - Frosty the Snowman [F Major] 9. Diana Krall & The Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra - Santa Claus Is Coming to Town [Eb Minor] 10. Frank Sinatra - Jingle Bells [Eb Major] 11. Stevie Nicks - Silent Night [Eb Major] 12. John Mellencamp I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus [E Major] 13, Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band - The Little Drummer Boy [B Major] 14. Diana Krall - Jingle Bells [F Minor] 15. Diana Krall - Count Your Blessings Instead of Sheep [E Flat Major] 16. Frank Sinatra & Orchestra And Chorus Of Gordon Jenkins - The Christmas Waltz (Alternate Version)[C Minor] 17. Tony Bennett - Santa Claus Is Coming to Town [C Major] 18. Harry Connick, Jr. - Please Come Home for Christmas [F Major] 19. Katy Perry - White Christmas [F Major] 20. Harry Connick, Jr. - Christmas Day [E Minor] 21. Harry Connick, Jr. - We Three Kings [F Minor] 22. Tony Bennett & Antonia Bennett - I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm [F Minor] 23. Harry Connick, Jr. - It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas [F Minor] 24. Tony Bennett - All I Want for Christmas Is You [F Minor] 25. Sarah McLachlan - In a Bleak Mid Winter [E Flat Major] 26. Frank Sinatra - The First Noel [C Major] 27. Frank Sinatra - Hark! the Herald Angels Sing [F Major] 28. Sarah McLachlan - Christmas Time Is Here [Bb Major] 29. Diana Krall & The Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra - Sleigh Ride [G Minor] 30. Holly Conlan - I'll Be Home for Christmas [F Major] 31. Diana Krall & The Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra - Winter Wonderland [D Minor] 32. Vince Guaraldi Trio - O Tannenbaum [F Major] 33. Tony Bennett - Silver Bells [C Major] 34. Madonna - Santa Baby [F Minor] 35. Harry Connick, Jr. - Auld Lang Syne [Bb Major] 36. Frank Sinatra - It Came Upon a Midnight Clear [G Major] 37. Frank Sinatra & Orchestra And Chorus Of Gordon Jenkins - Adeste Fideles [G Major] 38. Jesca Hoop, Butch Walker, Buddy, Anya Marina, Cary Brothers, Greg Laswell Lenka, Holly Conlan, Ingrid Michaelson, Jim Bianco, Jonah Matranga, Joshua Radin, Laura Jansen, Meiko, Sara Bareilles & Tim Jones - Auld Lang Syne (Artist Medley) [G Major] 39. Sarah McLachlan - The First Noel / Mary Mary [D Minor] 40. Nicole Atkins - Blue Christmas [C Major] 41. Bon Jovi - I Wish Everyday Could Be Like Christmas [A Major] Equipment Used: Traktor Scratch Pro v. 2.6.5 Maschine MKII (using the ENDO Maschine Mapping) Traktor Kontrol S4 Xone XD-53 Headphones Artwork by Emil Tanev Thanks to Sasha for the awesome Holiday Music!

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10. Episode 6: Tonally Bennett

Episode 6: Tonally Bennett

Do you wonder where the art is? We hear ya. Where Art Thou is your number one source for all the choicest art finds of the month. From music and music videos to traditional art and comic books, we'll keep you apprised of the good stuff. Mostly music though, probably... When should you expect these tasty morsels? Every Tuesday of course(Except when we suck and release an episode six days late. Sorry about that.)! Music: My Way by Willie Nelson For Ever by Jungle Love Is Here To Stay by Tony Bennett & Diana Krall Resistance by Brandon Coleman Old Faith by Old Faith Palms by Thrice Master Volume by The Dirty Nil Landslide EP by Arcane Roots Mint by Orion's Belte The Room by Fenster East Atlanta Love Letter by 6lack Comic: Justice League #7 Art: Dopaprime

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11. Fly me to the Moon

Fly me to the Moon

Well known Jazz-Standard recorded by many great Jazz-singers, Tony Bennett, Frank Sinatra, Diana Krall ....

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12. Boulevard Of Broken Dreams - on Steinway grand piano

Boulevard Of Broken Dreams - on Steinway grand piano

Recorded simply and casually with my phone on the venerable but lovely Steinway at Trelowarren Boulevard of Broken Dreams is the classic standard as recorded by Tony Bennett, Diana Krall and many others.

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13. "Do Nothing till You Hear from Me"

"Do Nothing till You Hear from Me" By Maurinho Mello – Sax Alto Buescher True Tone - 1923 Do Nothin' Til You Hear From Me is a song with music by Duke Ellington and lyrics by Bob Russell. It originated as a 1940 instrumental ("Concerto for Cootie") that was designed to highlight the playing of Ellington's lead trumpeter, Cootie Williams. Russell's words were added later. In 1944, Ellington's own recording of the song, with featured vocals by Al Hibbler, was a number one hit R&B chart for eight non-consecutive weeks and number six on the pop chart. "Do Nothing till You Hear from Me" has since been performed by many famous vocalists, including Mose Allison, Louis Armstrong, Tony Bennett, Mary J. Blige, Suzy Bogguss, Nat King Cole, Phil Collins, Harry Connick, Jr., Sammy Davis, Jr. (on the 1965 album "When the Feeling Hits You!"), Ella Fitzgerald, Lena Horne, Billie Holiday, Dr. John, Gladys Knight, Diana Krall, Anita O'Day, Patti Page, Robert Palmer, Nina Simone, Andy Williams, Robbie Williams, Fiona Apple, and Al Hirt. –

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