Glad Rag Doll (Deluxe Edition) - Diana Krall

Glad Rag Doll (Deluxe Edition)

Diana Krall

  • Genre: Jazz
  • Release Date: 2012-01-01
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 18

  • ℗ 2012 The Verve Music Group, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.


Title Artist Time
We Just Couldn't Say GoodBye Diana Krall 3:07
There Ain't No Sweet Man That' Diana Krall 4:29
Just Like a Butterfly That's C Diana Krall 3:43
You Know - I Know Ev'rything's Diana Krall 3:47
Glad Rag Doll Diana Krall 4:34
I'm a Little Mixed Up Diana Krall 4:36
Prairie LullaBy Diana Krall 4:22
Here Lies Love Diana Krall 5:08
I Used to Love You But It's Al Diana Krall 2:50
Let It Rain Diana Krall 5:44
Lonely Avenue Diana Krall 6:57
Wide River to Cross Diana Krall 3:51
When the Curtain Comes Down Diana Krall 4:51
As Long As I Love Diana Krall 2:29
Glad Rag Doll Diana Krall 2:54
Garden in the Rain Diana Krall 2:55
There Ain't No Sweet Man That' Diana Krall 2:07
All I Do Is Dream of You Diana Krall 5:26


  • Great Album

    By Orange County Resident
    We saw her concert of these songs before hearing the album. The concert was fantastic. Bought the album right after. It may be different from her past songs but churning out the same material time after time gets boring for everyone. I'm glad she tried something not done before. It is a great success in my book.
  • Haunting and Soulful

    By NorthStar12
    I saw Diana Krall for the first time on her Glad Rag Doll tour. I already had most of her albums. This album hearkens back to the earliest recorded music, predating the standards Krall so famously masters. She had her gramophone on tour from her childhood living room. Lovingly and reverently is how she approaches this music, which is both unfamiliar and recognizable. I return to it again and again. Krall is more than the sum of the standards, so if you're not looking for another Nat Cole inspired album that honors the roots of Modern music, you may come to love the haunting echoes of Glad Rag Doll. It reminds me of your first sip of smoky scotch after a steady diet of vodka martinis.
  • Wow

    By TealBob
    Diana really brings it!
  • Glad Rag Doll

    By jazzluvrAlso
    Absolutely amazing and new. If you listen to a lot of music, of all kinds, this is a real treat. I think T-bone Burnett has a genius ability to bring out the best of artists. I've always loved her music, but this is fabulous.
  • Honky-tonk is NOT Jazz!

    By Maramnovar
    I couldn't be more disappointed with this album. The style mirrors what Norah Jones did in her "Not Too Late" album. Jazz should be soulful and sultry! This is just too country music meets early 1900's player piano vaudeville, gaudiness. I love your voice, Diana; however, I won't be purchasing this album or any future ones if they reflect this same style.
  • What happened?

    By Lokoya
    this is like driving a Bentley on a dirt road... it's just wrong.
  • An Artistic Masterpiece

    By xoxo for Diana
    This album is an artistic masterpiece and I loved it. Can't wait to see Diana when she performs in St. Louis. She looks marvelous on the cover shot and is definitely dressed in the theme. My favorite song is the alternate version ot the title track Glad Rag Doll.
  • Disappointing

    By Lotte Lenye
    We LOVE Diana Krall, arguably the greatest chanteuse of this generation. So why is she behaving like Sarah Brightman after someone told her she had little talent? Diana isn't Cher or Bette Midler. She doesn't need a shtick to be honored and respected and sell tickets and records. She needs to sing great songs beautifully arranged with a talented bass player and drummer behind her. I don't know which is the worst in her current show--the annoying cartoons, wasting a great actor like Steve Buscemi playing an ethereal version of Charlie Chaplin's Tramp, or adding an accordion--yes, an accordion--to her backup band. Certainly she is entitled to "break out" occasionally if she feels too cosseted by singing the great American/Canadian songbook. Even Michael Jordan tried to be a professional baseball player--not very successfully--for a couple of years. But Diana shouldn't try to be someone she is not on her records, her record covers, or on stage. Please come back, Diana.
  • Glad Rag Doll shoes the depth of Diana Krall's Talent

    By Mskimberanne
    Yes, Glad Rag Doll is different for Diana but I truly appreciate it. It is great to see an artist do something different and test the waters. At first I was not sure, but after seeing her live, I have even a greater appreciation for her talent. Just Like a Butterfly was beautiful and Wide River to Cross was done so well. The video during the concert was interesting and did sometimes feel disconnected but was very touching during Glad Rag Doll. I am so glad I went to see Diana and I love Glad Rag Doll!
  • a disappointed fan

    By Sam's Rant
    How utterly different from her past efforts - and how sad. Even the greats can drive off a cliff. I have now also seen her present live performance and it is just sad. The endless loop pictures projected behind her and the band are overpowering to the point of making it very difficult to concentrate on the also sad performance. The loop after loop of repeating pictures were simply DREADFUL. Sam Mitchell

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