Diana Krall, here with her first GRP album, expands on the delights that populated her 1992 debut, Stepping Out. Again, her talents are simply remarkable: she sings with feeling, emotion, and nuance--she invests a lyric with believability--and plays marvelous piano, no matter the tempo. The program pleases on so many levels: slip the disc into the player, hit any track at random, and you’ll be moved. Take the oh-so-slow, heartfelt groover ˝Squeeze Me,˝ on which her alto is both breathy and demonstrative and her accompaniments are sly, and which features a winsome solo by bass maestro Ray Brown. On another gut-wrenching crawler, ˝All Night Long,˝ Krall tears you up with her emotive, intimate vocal, interspersing her singing with telling, shimmering piano notes, then delivering a solo full of wry confidences. The succulent title track is a deliciously slow bossa where Krall’s vocal is partly whispered, as if sung in your ear. More upbeat is the finger-popping ˝Is You Is or Is You Ain’t My Baby,˝ where the artist sings with grit and life then solos with an economical drive. Tenor saxophone giant Stanley Turrentine adds a trademark saucy improvisation. ˝I Love Being Here with You˝ is a romping shuffle where Krall’s voice hits some notes on the head and stretches others like pulled taffy. ˝Broadway˝ is another vibrant outing that includes a singing, fat-noted solo from bassist Christian McBride and Lewis Nash’s deft brush work. Aces all around.