Pink

Diana Panton

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Pink is the 5th album by singer Diana Panton released at NativeDSD on the 2xHD label.  It is Exclusively Available in Stereo DSD 512 at NativeDSD Music. 

The album is a narrative concept album with 15 distinctively refreshing and refined songs about the twists and turns of new love. It features superb accompaniment from Reg Schwager and Don Thompson along with a highlight appearance from Canada’s premier horn player Guido Basso.

Panton’s Jazz Trio accompanies her flawlessly to capture her emotion and breath while she interprets the songs, thus creating a relaxing and enchanting atmosphere.


Diana Panton – Vocals
Guido Basso – Cornet, Flugelhorn & Trumpet
Reg Schwager – Guitar
Don Thompson – Bass, Piano & Vibraphone

Tracklist

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1.
Wouldn't It Be Lovely
03:50
2.
My Ideal
03:56
3.
I Walk a Little Faster
04:05
4.
My Future Just Passed
04:20
5.
Wonder Why
02:41
6.
Me Myself and I
02:32
7.
What Is There to Say?
04:00
8.
Tea for Two
04:20
9.
Please Be Kind
03:46
10.
I Wish I Knew
04:50
11.
They Didn't Believe Me
03:34
12.
Love-wise
04:36
13.
Hold Me Hold Me Hold Me
03:21
14.
Five Minutes More
03:41
15.
Wait Til You See Me
01:50

Total time: 00:55:22

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2XHDDP1181

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Diana Panton and Don Thompson

Recording Location

Inception Sound Studios, Toronto, Canada

Recording, Mixing & Mastering

Chad Irschick

Release DateFebruary 23, 2024

Press reviews

Soundboard: The Scene

There has been a lot of buzz around Canadian Jazz Singer Diana Panton since her 2005 debut album.

Diana frequently collaborates with Canadian Jazz heavyweights Don Thomson and Reg Schwager and has garnered critical acclaim for her work, along with nominations for both the Junos and the National Jazz Awards.

With her latest release, Pink, Diana has put out a collection of well-crafted songs that highlight her soft, sincere vocals.

In a time when it seems that every young woman with a pretty voice wants to become the next Sarah Vaughan, Diana stands out from the crowd.

Hong Kong Hi-Fi Review

A rare and outstanding vocalist, Diana Panton has the magical ability to draw the audience into listening attentively to her album track by track.

It’s uncommon to find such a fresh, appealing and beautiful female vocalist combined with great skill and a delicate voice that is nonetheless full of color and variations.

Compared with recent female jazz contemporaries, none of their voices, nor their recordings, can match the high standard put forth by Diana Panton’s smooth, elegant, delicate, refreshing and distinctively charming vocal style.

Ottawa Citizen

Many albums are shooting for at least a bit of the classic burnished beauty and heartfelt lyricism that’s abundantly audible on Pink. For whatever reasons, they fall short. For Panton, it just seems to come naturally.

Jazz Life

Among the many new vocal stars on the jazz scene today, Diana Panton has special charms.

No other vocalist recaptures the atmosphere of the quality analog LP days, as well as Diana. Her coquettish voice and quick vibrato is reminiscent of the great girl singers ranging from Rosemary Clooney to Blossom Dearie.

Also, her selection of songs is amazing. Surprisingly, the bonus track is a cover of a Ron Sexsmith song – this too is fantastic!

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