Diane Nalini’s new album, 'Kiss Me Like That,' is a collection of 13 songs celebrating humanity's fascination with the sky. From the title track's infectious rhythms, to ‘Cuando sale la luna’ - Diane’s sultry ode to the moon, her original compositions on this album are all influenced by the wonders of the sky and stars. Her six original songs are perfectly complemented by classic jazz standards chosen carefully for this project, like Stardust, Skylark, They All Laughed, as well as her intimate interpretations of folk & pop songs such as James Taylor's Sweet Baby James and Sting's Valparaiso....
Awards- Nominated, Grand Prix de Jazz, Montreal International Jazz Festival 2002 - Runner-up, Young jazz vocalist of the year award, UK, 2001
'After dusk' is a gorgeous collection of standards sung with quiet, enunciated power. - Time Out Magazine, London, UK
Seriously gifted. Diane Nalini is spoilt for talent. - The Sunday Times, South Africa
Rendering songbook standards as well as French chanson, Brazilian classics, her own compositions, and settings of poems by Shakespeare and Tennyson, Nalini consistently displays bell-clear tone, meticulous enunciation, playfulness and subtle swing. - Ian McGillis, The Globe and Mail, Canada
I was completely overwhelmed by the eloquence and limpidity of her voice. Whether interpreting American Jazz songbook giants, the continental chanson tradition, Brazilian bossa nova (new wave) music, or her original compositions, a common trait was evident: she captivates her audiences. - Charles Mifsud, The Sunday Times, Malta
Mellifluous contralto, emotively nuanced, rhythmically pliable, seductively melodic, phrases like back in the day (Billie, Ella, and Carmen). Chile could sang. - Tom Terrell, All About Jazz
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