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Heartfelt and stylistically adventurous, Bublé stakes his claim to be the king of modern crooning. While his voice can deliver pain as incisively as a nailgun, his infectious swagger betrays an optimistic belief in romance. That’s best captured on new song “Haven’t Met You Yet”, the poppiest moment on an album that confidently re-shapes old classics with soul (“Crazy Love”), Bond-theme theatre (“Cry Me a River”) and swing (“All I Do Is Dream of You”).

Customer Reviews


Michael has such an amazing voice that makes you want to slow dance in the middle of the dance floor with no one watching that's how great he is😘❤️

Love love love it

He has such an amazing voice and his songs are great 👍👍

Showing his Versatility as an artist yet again!

I think this album was a pivot point form Michael. From the first song to the last, he invokes a wide range of musical styles from his signature “Rat pack” sound, in the very first song “Cry me a river” that I am sure Sinatra himself would be proud of, to blues, bebop and even, a great “Standin on a street corner singing A Capella doo wop, with perhaps (for me anyway) the best rendition of “stardust” ever recorded.
The smooth, fade in of his voice with “Naturally 7” reminded me of something out of an old Bing Crosby or Dean Martin movie, when crooners were the rockstars of their time, and the young bobbie socked girls swooned… Way before my time,by 20 years, but relevant. There was a “James Bond 007” theme in a couple of songs, and I REALLY thought that “Cry me a River” was going to be the next bond theme. The only song I did not like very much was his rendition of “At this moment”. I am a BIG Billy Vera Fan, and that song is forever his (although I have brought the karaoke crowd(s) to their feet with my rendition many times but…).
All in All a very good album. Michael Buble is going to be a mega star, who’s star I hope never falls. Great album!


Born: September 9, 1975 in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

With his supple vocal chops and nonchalant charisma, Michael Bublé became the preeminent neo-crooner of his generation. Influenced by classic singers such as Frank Sinatra and Tony Bennett as well as more modern artists (most notably Harry Connick, Jr.), Bublé can believably sell old-school jazz standards and adult contemporary pop songs alike. Bublé was introduced to the music of the swing era by his grandfather, who filled his ears with the sounds of the Mills Brothers, Ella Fitzgerald, Frank...
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