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3.0 out of 5 stars
The CD which finally confirms Diana Krall's MOR crossover., 14 Oct 2001
Take any track in isolation and you can't fail but be impressed by the cool sophistication of the voice and the subtle bossanova arrangements. All very stylish and sales will be mega, confirming Diana Krall's graduation from jazz artist to an MOR superstar. Looked at as a complete CD, the Look of Love's late-night Latin mood becomes rather repetitive and may leave those fans who have been following her career for a few years yearning for some of the adventure and rhythmic variety which have characterised earlier efforts. We were turned on by her jazz roots and it is to be hoped that she will return whence she came with future recordings. Incidentally, for those who dig Diana in a more informal setting she does a delightful version of "Let's Get Lost", the title track of a new Sony CD by Terence Blanchard, one of the current top gun jazz trumpeters whose other guests are Dianne Reeves, Cassandra Wilson and Jane Monheit.