- Released: September 19, 2006
- Label: Verve
Entertainment Weekly - p.78
"[S]unnier than usual....John Clayton's arrangements add bounce and pack punch." -- Grade: B+
Down Beat - p.804 stars out of 5
-- "FROM THIS MOMENT ON finds her swinging through 11 love songs, and sounding more relaxed and confident than at any time in her 13-year recording career."
JazzTimes - p.66
"Krall has always sounded impressively rich and unfailingly polished. Never before, though, have her vocals or her playing evoked such profound contentment and easy self-assurance."
Mojo (Publisher) - p.1113 stars out of 5
-- "[V]ocally she knows her way around a neatly turned lyric, her phrasing is immaculate and she's aware of light and shade in her delivery."
- 1.It Could Happen To You
- 2.Isn't This A Lovely Day
- 3.How Insensitive
- 4.Exactly Like You
- 5.From This Moment On
- 6.I Was Doing Alright
- 7.Little Girl Blue
- 8.Day In Day Out
- 9.Willow Weep For Me
- 10.Come Dance With Me
- 11.It Was A Beautiful Day In August / You Can Depend On Me
Personnel: Diana Krall (vocals, piano); Anthony Wilson (guitar, acoustic guitar); Jeff Clayton (flute, alto flute, soprano saxophone, alto saxophone); Keith Fiddmont (clarinet, alto saxophone); Rickey Woodard, Charles Owens II (clarinet, tenor saxophone); Lee Callet (bass clarinet, baritone saxophone); Clay Jenkins, Gilbert Castellanos, Sal Cracchiolo, Terell Stafford (trumpet, flugelhorn); Paul Klintworth, Marilyn L. Johnson , David Duke , Yvonne S. Moriarty, Stephanie O'Keefe, Rick Todd, Brad Warnaar, Jim Thatcher (French horn); George Bohanon, Maurice Spears, Ira Nepus (trombone); Tommy Johnson, George Thatcher (tuba); Gerald Clayton, Tamir Hendelman (piano); Robert Hurst (bass instrument); John Clayton (bass guitar); Jeff Hamilton (drums); Robert Zimmitti (percussion); Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra.
Audio Mixer: Al Schmitt.
Recording information: Capitol Studios, Hollywood, CA.
Photographers: Sam Taylor-Wood; Bruce Weber.
Unknown Contributor Role: Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra.
Arrangers: Diana Krall; John Clayton.