Besides Rebecca Pidgeon's Raven which has already been mentioned, another Chesky recording I find top notch is Ana Caram's "The Other Side of Jobim".
"Live in Paris" by Diana Krall is flawlessly recorded imho.
One of my favorite Diana Krall recordings is "Love Scenes", but it has some recording artifacts, so I don't put it among the very best (just as a recording). For one thing, Love Scenes has quite some background white noise. While it's perfectly bearable, for example in "I don't stand a ghost of a chance with you", if you listen closely you can hear that background noise go significantly higher right before her voice first appears in the song, she sings "I love you oooohh so... madly...", and then right afterwards the background noise goes down. Right before her voice comes back again, background noise goes up, she sings her second phrase "I need your love so... badly...", and then right afterwards background noise goes down again. This happens a few more times, as if her mic (or the corresponding channel) was being completely shut off when she wasn't singing, or as if the mixing simply showed different levels of background noise in the different channels being mixed. (Has anyone noticed these issues I'm mentioning in this CD btw?) Whatever technique caused this, maybe it lowers the noise in some parts of the song, but it introduces these unnatural imbalances in the background white noise that clearly remind you that you are just listening to a recording that went through some stuff in a studio etc. Despite all this nitpicking, that is a great CD too, hugely recommended.