Diana Krall Only Trust Your Heart

Diana Krall - Only Trust Your Heart (1995)  

Posted by InFocus at Nov. 8, 2010
Diana Krall - Only Trust Your Heart (1995)

Diana Krall - Only Trust Your Heart (1995)
EAC | FLAC(tracks)+CUE+LOG+SCANS> 334Mb | MP3 320 > 161Mb | 00:46:49 min
Jazz, Vocal Jazz | GRP | Catalog #: 9810

Diana Krall, here with her first GRP album, expands on the delights that populated her 1992 debut, Stepping Out. Again, her talents are simply remarkable: she sings with feeling, emotion, and nuance–she invests a lyric with believability–and plays marvelous piano, no matter the tempo.

Diana Krall - Only Trust Your Heart (1995)  Music

Posted by Conde Luna at May 5, 2006
Diana Krall - Only Trust Your Heart (1995)

Diana Krall - Only Trust Your Heart (1995)
Jazz | MP3 | 320 kbps | 2 parts / 104.31 MB


Diana Krall "Only Trust Your Heart" (1995)  

Posted by bordotr at Dec. 24, 2007
Diana Krall "Only Trust Your Heart" (1995)

Diana Krall "Only Trust Your Heart" (1995)
MP3 | 192 Kbps | 65 Mb | Rapidshare
A classic Jazz album from Diana Krall
Dionne Warwick - Only Trust Your Heart (2011) {MPCA-25732}

Dionne Warwick - Only Trust Your Heart (2011) {MPCA-25732}
EAC 1.0b1 | FLAC tracks level 8 | Cue+Log+M3U+MD5 | Full Scans 600dpi | 288MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Vocal Jazz, Soul

On her new album , Only Trust Your Heart, Dionne Warwick salutes an iconic songwriter of an earlier era: lyricist Sammy Cahn. The collection includes such standards as I Fall in Love Too Easily, The Second Time Around and I'll Never Stop Loving You.

Jim Tomlinson - Only Trust Your Heart (2000)  Music

Posted by intothe at Jan. 21, 2010
Jim Tomlinson - Only Trust Your Heart (2000)

Jim Tomlinson - Only Trust Your Heart (2000)
Jazz | EAC rip (FLAC+CUE+LOG) + MP3 (320K/s) | 299 + 134 MB
Candid | 57:59 | RAR with 5% recovery | full artwork

Jim Tomlinson - Only Trust Your Heart  

Posted by intothe at May 28, 2008
Jim Tomlinson - Only Trust Your Heart

Jim Tomlinson - Only Trust Your Heart (2000)
MP3 | 320 Kbps | 130MB
cover | Candid Records | Total time: 57:59

This is a pleasant, very traditional jazz offering from British tenor saxophonist Jim Tomlinson, who is strongly influenced by the suave, pre-bop style of Lester Young. Leading off with a "Sweet Georgia Brown"-based original called "Makin' Brownies," Tomlinson and band establish a confident, swinging feel that sets up strong solos by the leader, pianist John Pearce, and guitarist Colin Oxley. Bassist Simon Thorpe and drummer Steve Brown ably handle rhythm section duties throughout.

Toots Thielemans - Only Trust Your Heart (1988)  Music

Posted by Eld at Oct. 15, 2006
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Toots Thielemans  - Only Trust Your Heart (1988)

Toots Thielemans - Only Trust Your Heart (1988)
Bop, Swing, Latin Jazz
MP3 | VBR ~180 kbps | 12 tracks | 81.4 MB

Although the liner notes claim that this Concord release was Toots Thielemans' first recording as a leader in more than a dozen years, somehow the harmonica great's 14 European dates (not to mention sets released by Stash and Pablo) were overlooked. In any case, this is a pretty definitive session by the harmonica virtuoso who is joined by pianist Fred Hersch, either Marc Johnson or Harvie Swartz on bass, and drummer Joey Baron. The material is filled with challenging and generally underplayed standards (including Wayne Shorter's "Speak No Evil," Thad Jones' "Three and One," Benny Carter's lyrical "Only Trust Your Heart," and Thelonious Monk's "Little Rootie Tootie"), plus two fine Hersch originals. Ranging from hard bop to Brazilian music and post-bop, this is a consistently enjoyable and highly recommended outing.
- Scott Yanow, All Music Guide

Judy Collins - Trust Your Heart (1987)  Music

Posted by firepower at Aug. 6, 2016
Judy Collins - Trust Your Heart (1987)

Judy Collins - Trust Your Heart (1987)
EAC, FLAC image, CUE+LOG - 217 MB | MP3 320 CBR - 87 MB
Complete 600dpi Art, JPG - 47 MB or TIF - 147 MB
Soft Rock | 1987 Gold Castle GD-1002 | 5% recovery record | Source: My CD

Except for the three new tracks, this is not an album on which Collins is discovering or introducing otherwise unfamiliar material, as she typically does; instead, she is applying her lovely voice to good songs often known in renditions by others, such as Bette Midler's "The Rose" or Cat Stevens' "Morning Has Broken." Thus, she comes off more as a conventional interpretive pop singer than usual.

Diana Krall - Candlelit Evening (2010)  Music

Posted by TmanHome at Sept. 28, 2016
Diana Krall - Candlelit Evening (2010)

Diana Krall - Candlelit Evening (2010)
Jazz. Vocal Jazz | MP3 320 kbps CBR | Covers | 78 min | 181 MB
Label: Verve / Chinese Dragon Music | Rel: 2010

With her pre-bop piano style, cool but sensual singing, and fortuitously photogenic looks, Diana Krall took the jazz world by storm in the late '90s. By the turn of the century she was firmly established as one of the biggest sellers in jazz. Her 1996 album, All for You, was a Nat King Cole tribute that showed the singer/pianist's roots, and since then she has stayed fairly close to that tradition-minded mode, with wildly successful results. A collection of romantic ballads and jazz standards performed by great сanadian singer and pianist Diana Krall. The recording quality and choice of the songs shouldn't leave indifferent your hearts.

Diana Krall - Wallflower (2015)  Music

Posted by popsakov at June 26, 2016
Diana Krall - Wallflower (2015)

Diana Krall - Wallflower (2015)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 264 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 109 Mb
Scans (JPG, 600 dpi) ~ 12 Mb | RAR 5% Recovery
Vocal Jazz, Pop, Contemporary Jazz | Verve Records #0602537866854

Diana Krall paid tribute to her father on Glad Rag Doll, the 2012 album sourced from his collection of 78-rpm records, and, in a sense, its 2015 successor Wallflower is a companion record of sorts, finding the singer revisiting songs from her childhood. Like many kids of the 20th century, she grew up listening to the radio, which meant she was weaned on the soft rock superhits of the '70s – songs that earned sniffy condescension at the time but nevertheless have turned into modern standards due to their continual presence in pop culture (and arguably were treated that way at the time, seeing cover after cover by middlebrow pop singers)…