Diana Krall, From This Moment On (Verve). The pianist and vocalist returns to the mainstream with fine playing and singing on ten standards from the great American songbook and one by Antonio Carlos Jobim. Spare arrangements by Krall on four quartet tracks and John Clayton on seven with the Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra are effective settings for her dusky voice. Highlights: Gershwin’s “I Was Doing All Right” and Berlin’s “Isn’t This a Lovely Day,” the latter with short, story-tellling solos by alto saxophonist Jeff Clayton and trumpeter Terell Stafford. Krall’s piano solos throughout are eloquent and to the point, her singing warm and attuned to a selection of great songs.