Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Diana Krall: the best part of making a record

Diana Krall talks to CNN's Shanon Cook about the bossa nova spin on her new album, "Quiet Nights."
"One of the best parts of making a record is the dinner after where you all you go to the restaurant, you decompress, have some great wine and just tell stories and listen to Claus and Tommy and [engineer] Al Schmidt and all these people telling amazing stories," says Krall.
Diana Krall recently sat down with CNN to share some stories of her own about a teenaged letter to Oscar Peterson, idolizing Harry Connick Jr. and Mickey Mouse pancakes.
Click on the above link to watch an edited version of the interview!

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