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Young crooner Michael Buble delivers an album of love songs as powerful as chocolate and candlelight. From covers such as Ray Charles' "You Don't Know Me" to "Home," penned by Buble and Amy Foster-Gillies, the album is a romantic treat. With total sales of his CDs and DVDs in the U.S. well over 1 million units, plus glowing reviews and standing ovations everywhere, Buble is set for an even bigger and better year.

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Michael Bublé's assured debut and the tireless year of globe-trotting touring he spent promoting it elevated the 20-something Vancouver native into the first rank of pop crooner revivalists. His sophomore studio follow-up largely turns on the same formula that helped make his considerable vocal prowess so attractive to mainstream audiences, mixing the nigh flawless, if expected Sinatra-channeling ("I've Got You Under My Skin") with more playful and inviting renditions of pop standards like the Gershwin's "A Foggy Day in London Town," "Feeling Good," "Try A Little Tenderness" and Cole Porter's "I've Got You Under My Skin." But it's the eclectic mix of more contemporary material the singer seasons them with -- apt tribute to Bublé hero Bobby Darin -- that keeps him walking the narrow tightrope between artistic intrigue (a blues-tinged vamp of Holland-Dozier-Holland's "How Sweet It Is," Leon Russell's lovely "Song For You," with a guest turn by Chris Botti) and the kitsch-laden abyss ("Quando, Quando, Quando"'s Euro-centric duet with Nelly Furtado, a ring-a-ding-fling with the Beatles' "Can't Buy Me Love" that echoes fellow Canadian crooner/rival Matt Dusk's more successful flirtation with Lennon-McCartney). Arranger/producer Tommy LiPuma offers Bublé a welcome swinging jazz showcase on "The More I See of You," a bracing respite from the rest of producer David Foster's slick, if typically bloodless MOR production. -- Jerry McCulley [Note: A special edition including two bonus tracks--"Dream a Little Dream" and "Mack the Knife"--is also available.]

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (February 8, 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Reprise Records
  • ASIN: B00070Q7VO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (635 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,213 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Oh my this cd is soooooooo hot. My eardrums are smokin' and so will yours. David Foster and Humberto Gatica prove once again that their partnership in sound production has no rival for attention in my ears.

Michael Bublé and Nelly Furtado sing a sentimental samba duet that sealed my affection at track four. "Quando, Quando, Quando" is so outstanding. It starts with a gentle guitar by Heitor Pereira and spectacular flute by Dan Higgins. The echo of Nelly Furtado's voice is lovely and her voice is so compatible with Michael's. Then they sing together and her harmony with his is just incredible.

I think the tempo changes and Big-Band arrangement of "Can't Buy Me Love" show off Michael Bublé at his vocally versatile finest. "The More I See You" is another smokin' swing treat.

I was thinking at about track 8 with the saucy, latin "Save The Last Dance for Me" that there is just no way I can handle anymore musical tenderness today. And then I hear the ballad "Try a Little Tenderness" at track 9 (the piano by Randy Waldman creates mood du jour). Jochem Van der Saag's keyboard and harmonica contributions on "How Sweet it Is" are remarkable at track 10. I'm sure at that point in the disc I can't stand anymore when Chris Botti's trumpet and Michael's voice on "Song for You" reduced me to pathetic pile of pudding. I was toast - both sides.

I think this cd is even better than Michael's debut and I have to say his first cd blew me away.

I will never tire of this audio heaven. Never.
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Pop vocalist of the millennium is Michael Buble, the Vancouver crooner with his latest release "It's Time", arriving near the eve Valentine's Day Buble with new material and some vintage standards...featuring an unforgettable youthful style that takes you back to the '40s, '50s and '60s...listening to every tune on this album brings back memories of Nat King Cole (one of my favorite singers of all time), Bing Crosby, Bobby Darin, Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra as they were crooning favorite standards of the day...he is a cross between James Dean and Elvis Presley in appearance, but has the style and ability of Frank Sinatra and Bobby Darin...Michael has the uncanny ability to nail each track with his signature style and making it his own.

Sit back and let's take a listen to the selections on this guaranteed winner..."FEELING GOOD", wonderful arrangement by David Foster, as Buble sings the orchestrated brass gives off a James Bond flavor and you're waiting for your drink...shaken not stirred..."A FOGGY DAY (In London Town)", great arrangement by Bill Holman on this classic George & Ira Gershwin tune, swingin' big band is here and alive..."YOU DON'T KNOW ME", composed and recorded by Eddy Arnold, later performed by Jerry Vale and Ray Charles, always a favorite of my wife Judy, her reaction to Michael's recording is the best yet..."QUANDO, QUANDO, QUANDO", very big hit for Englebert Humperdinck, just like the late Bing Crosby, Buble has more fun with duets and it shows with Nelly Furtado, latin arrangement by David Foster is contagious..."HOME", composed by Michael Buble, arranged by David Foster and Bill Ross is the most requested song from this album on the airwaves...
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Apparently, a Boston cabbie sees and hears lots of things. One night, picking up a fare outside the Wang Theater, some women (of varied ages) got in and announced that they were wearing no longer wearing their panties. The reason? They had tossed them up on the stage adorned by Canadian sensation Michael Buble.

I heard this story on a recent trip to Boston, where I also heard this CD. Buble, I was told, is a dynamic and sexy singer, and he's got the everyman good looks and the stage moves (he's great with a microphone) to whip his public into a frenzy. His repetoire reflects a penchant for standards, old and new, and some experimentation. Buble is described sometimes as "middle of the road" and "smooth jazz," but I think he's more inventive and talented than those words imply to the jazz fan. This is a guy whose grandfather encouraged him to listen to vocalists of the 1940's and 1950's, and on his better songs this tradition is evident. His New York debut was in 2003 at the jazz-oriented Blue Note club, but he's been successful in more pop-oriented venues as well, notablyy in movies and TV.

Buble's choice (and most singers probably wish they had this problem) is whether to lean more towards jazz or pop, or to stray towards some flashy jazz/pop commercial fusion that fails his early promise. On his best songs his clear strong voice radiates superb phrasing and inventive dynamics--reigning in his vocal when you expect a punch (e.g., the dynamics on "You Don't Know Me By Now"). He gives a heartfelt performance on "A Foggy Day (in London Town)," and surprises with his rhythm and tone. Despite the frequent comparisons to Frank Sinatra and arranger Nelson Riddle, only "I've Got You Under My Skin" uses Riddle's score. It's a tribute, not an impersonation.
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