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Diana Krall snags 2 Juno Awards for 'Turn Up the Quiet' / The Hamilton Spectator

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Diana Krall emerged a double winner at Saturday's Juno Awards pre-telecast ceremony in a night that carried a number of political and social undercurrents. Krall came away with two awards for her album "Turn Up the Quiet." She scored vocal jazz album and the producer of the year award.

First and always a jazz pianist, This time out Diana Krall is most determinedly the bandleader. She has chosen the repertoire, conceived the ensemble arrangements and gathered three distinct bands for these "Turn Up The Quiet" sessions, a co-production with Tommy LiPuma, producer of many of Krall's most acclaimed albums, including, "All For You", "The Look Of Love" and "Live In Paris". The record was once again peerlessly engineered and mixed by Al Schmitt at Capitol Studios in Hollywood, California.

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