Diana Krall’s ‘When I Look in Your Eyes’ is her fifth album released on June 8, 1999 by Verve Records.
Track Listing : 1.Let’S Face The Music And Dance (Irving Berlin) – 05:18 . 2.Devil May Care (Bob Dorough, Terrell Kirk) – 03:20 . 3.Let’S Fall In Love (Harold Arlen, Ted Koehler) – 04:19 . 4.When I Look In Your Eyes (Leslie Bricusse) – 04:31 . 5.Popsicle Toes (Michael Franks) – 04:28 . 6.I’Ve Got You Under My Skin (Cole Porter) – 06:10 . 7.I Can’T Give You Anything But Love (Dorothy Fields, Jimmy Mchugh) – 02:32 . 8.I’Ll String Along With You (Al Dubin, Harry Warren) – 04:45 . 9.East Of The Sun (And West Of The Moon) (Brooks Bowman) – 04:57 . 10.Pick Yourself Up (Dorothy Fields, Jerome Kern) – 03:02 . 11.The Best Thing For You (Irving Berlin) – 02:37 . 12.Do It Again (Buddy Desylva, George Gershwin) – 04:35 . 13.Why Should I Care? (Clint Eastwood, Carole Bayer Sager, Linda Thompson-Jenner) – 03:46
Musicians : Diana Krall – Piano, Vocals . Chuck Berghofer – Bass . Alan Broadbent – Piano . Larry Bunker – Vibraphone . Pete Christlieb – Saxophone . John Clayton – Bass . Jeff Hamilton – Drums . Eddie Karam – Conductor . Russell Malone – Guitar . Johnny Mandel – Conductor . Lewis Nash – Drums . Ben Wolfe – Bass
Production : Produced By David Foster, Tommy Lipuma, Johnny Mandel . David Foster, Tommy Lipuma, Johnny Mandel – Producers . Al Schmitt – Engineer . Koji Egawa – Assistant Engineer . Rory Romano – Assistant Engineer . Anthony Ruotolo – Assistant Engineer . Bill Airey Smith – Assistant Engineer . Al Schmitt – Mixing . Koji Egawa – Mixing Assistant . Bill Airey Smith – Mixing Assistant . Doug Sax – Mastering
Package : Hollis King – Art Direction . Isabelle Wong – Graphic Design . Jane Shirek – Photography . Jane Harrison – Stylist . Maria Verel – Make-Up . Maria Verel – Hair Stylist
Recorded 19998 – 1999.
Released On June 8, 1999 By Verve Records .
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