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Topic - Diana Krall
Diana Krall says she felt reinvigorated making her new CD "Glad Rag Doll," which gave her a chance to escape the comfort zone of Great American Songbook standards on which the singer-pianist has built her reputation.
Diana Krall, "Glad Rag Doll" (Verve)
Diana Krall knows how to pay tribute to Neil Armstrong.
"It was the most exciting, creative time for me in a very long time because it was spontaneous and by the seat of our pants," Krall said.
Krall said playing rock is nothing new for her, although "it's new for me on a recording."