13 Songs, 44 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

After two years away from music due in part to his son’s illness, modern pop’s great crooner Michael Bublé returns with his 10th album. Bringing his smooth and spirited vocals to essentials from the romantic songbook, the Canadian reimagines “My Funny Valentine” as a Bond theme that never was, dovetails gracefully with Cécile McLorin Salvant on tender duet “La vie en rose,” and stirs us with his cinematic rendition of “When I Fall in Love.” Amid this rousing collection of classics, the aching “Forever Now,” one of two original songs, still stands out, speaking of a very different kind of love—the unbreakable bond between a father and son, and the journey they’ve been on together.

EDITORS’ NOTES

After two years away from music due in part to his son’s illness, modern pop’s great crooner Michael Bublé returns with his 10th album. Bringing his smooth and spirited vocals to essentials from the romantic songbook, the Canadian reimagines “My Funny Valentine” as a Bond theme that never was, dovetails gracefully with Cécile McLorin Salvant on tender duet “La vie en rose,” and stirs us with his cinematic rendition of “When I Fall in Love.” Amid this rousing collection of classics, the aching “Forever Now,” one of two original songs, still stands out, speaking of a very different kind of love—the unbreakable bond between a father and son, and the journey they’ve been on together.

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