Love Is Here to Stay-Tony Bennett & Diana Krall Vinyl LP Record
Love Is Here to Stay-Tony Bennett & Diana Krall Vinyl LP Record now available in Bangladesh at Multimedia Kingdom. This is a collaborative studio album by American singer Tony Bennett and Canadian singer Diana Krall. It was released on September 14, 2018, by Verve Records and Columbia Records. The album features the New York-based jazz group the Bill Charlap Trio.
1. “S Wonderful”
2. “My One and Only”
3. “But Not for Me” (Diana Krall solo)
4. “Nice Work If You Can Get It”
5. “Love Is Here to Stay”
6. “I Got Rhythm”
All songs in the album are from the Great American Songbook and were composed by George Gershwin, with lyrics by Ira Gershwin. Bennett first recorded “Fascinating Rhythm” in 1949. By recording the song again for Love Is Here to Stay, he received the Guinness World Records title for “longest time between the release of an original recording and a re-recording of the same single by the same artist.” The time span is 68 years and 342 days, according to the Guinness adjudicator who presided over the record-setting. Bennett and Krall have been friends for more than two decades. Krall previously participated in recording two Bennett’s albums.
- “Somebody Loves Me”
- “Do It Again”
- “I’ve Got a Crush on You”
- “Fascinating Rhythm”
- “They Can’t Take That Away from Me”
- “Who Cares?” (Tony Bennett solo)
Chris Pearson of the Times gave the album four stars out of five, commenting, “Tony Bennett’s admirers are by now resigned to him making duet albums, even if he works best solo. This example is more palatable than most since it pairs him with Diana Krall, among the few younger singers to share his deep appreciation of the Great American Songbook. Moreover, they are backed by the trio of the pianist Bill Charlap… John Paul of Spectrum Culture mentioned, “There is nothing on Love Is Here to Stay that will rewrite the legacy of either artist—they’ve both been better before and Bennett’s range isn’t quite what it once was. But it’s nonetheless an enjoyable pairing of two of the classiest jazz vocalists still working and, more importantly, still clearly enjoying themselves in the process. We should all hope to be so active should we find ourselves becoming nonagenarians”.