When Diana Krall first surfaced in the mid-’90s, it wasn’t her fine singing and piano playing, or even her supermodel image, that made her a star. It was her cool-at-all-costs attitude. Her understated, emotionally minimal style made the jazz and pop of our grandparents’ era seem hip to millions of twenty- and thirtysomethings just discovering the Great American Songbook. On early albums, like her 1996 breakthrough, All For You, Krall took goofy novelty tunes by Nat King Cole and performed them with a seriousness that drained them of all life.
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