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."
Songs from Kiss Me Like That have already attracted considerable interest in
the media, being previewed nationally on CBC Radio's "The Sunday Edition",
"Fresh Air", "As It Happens", "Metro Morning" and CBC Radio Two's
documentary programme, "Inside the music." It has also garnered praise and
airplay on Radio-Canada's "Espace Musique." Maclean’s Magazine, Canada's
national news magazine, also did a full-page article on her recently.
Singer/songwriter Diane Nalini's previous album put a uniquely modern spin
on the words of William Shakespeare