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  • Audio CD (June 16, 2009)
  • Original Release Date: 2009
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Reprise Records
  • ASIN: B0028T6XXY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (111 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,146 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. I'm Your Man
2. Me and Mrs. Jones
3. Call Me Irresponsible
4. I've got the World On A String
5. Lost
6. Feeling Good
7. Home
8. Everything
9. Crazy Little Thing Called Love
10. Song For You
Disc: 2
1. DVD of 60 minute concert, plus 2 bonus songs (Stardust and You're Nobody 'Til Somebody Loves You)

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Following his first #1 Pop album and his third platinum-plus disc, 2007 s
Grammy® winning Call Me Irresponsible, singing sensation Michael Bublé returns to the stage with the live CD+DVD package Michael Bublé Meets Madison Square Garden. Featuring powerful performances of his hits 'Everything,' 'Home' and 'Feeling
Good,' he brings the December 5, 2008 concert at one of the most famous venues in entertainment history home to fans with Michael Bublé Meets Madison Square Garden.

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Michael Buble nails it in his performance in Madison Square Garden!
The Italian Opinion
For those who's in to good music, I would highly recommend this CD/DVD by Michael Buble.
Voltaire Rey Veloso
This cd/dvd show the process and result and its well worth the trip.

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48 of 51 people found the following review helpful By C. Klaassen TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on June 18, 2009
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Michael Buble is a talented scamp and this CD/DVD set showcases his impish charm, rich-as-chocolate voice and unique song styling. The CD features 10 cuts from his December 5, 2008 concert in Madison Square Garden. This concert concludes his 40-city world tour and it is a joyful celebration of his talent and success. Buble has sung these songs before, but he has never sung them better. He makes each song uniquely his own - "Me and Mrs. Jones" is performed with rib tickling swagger, "I've got the World on a String" with infectious devilment and "Home" with poignant yearning. The entire CD is a delight. Of course it is too brief and some new material would have been much appreciated but taking into consideration the quality of these songs, this CD is not a bad bargain. (No lemons in the bunch.)

The DVD features 60 minutes of concert footage and includes two new songs, "Stardust" (with Naturally 7) and "You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You." It also includes snippets of Buble's backstage life with the band, a bit of his professional history and a too brief meeting with his family, including his grandfather who turned him on to the standards and supported his youthful singing ambitions. The concert footage is good; it is fun to see Buble's playful rapport with his audience. He appears to be the rare artist who knowingly needs and appreciates his audience. His artistry is obviously nourished by the audience's enthusiasm. The back stage footage with the boys in the band confirms Buble's good guy reputation and the brief professional retrospective feels true and is somewhat touching.

What keeps this collection from being truly outstanding is its brevity. We want a CD that includes the whole concert and a DVD that showcases the entire event with back-story as an extra perhaps.
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37 of 42 people found the following review helpful By David Cady VINE VOICE on June 16, 2009
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First of all, let me make it clear that this review is for the music only, which I downloaded. I didn't buy the CD/DVD, so therefore can't comment on the filmed portion. As a recorded documentation of a live concert, it leaves a little something to be desired. Don't get me wrong, I'm a true fan. Buble is the best interpreter of the standard since Harry Connick, and he sounds absolutely terrific here. Likewise, his rapport with the audience is genuine and unmistakeable. But there used to be a time when a live album was an event; two discs, two hours, new material. When did they, like this one, become stopgap measures to placate fans until the next album comes out? OK, it's enjoyable, the energy is infectious at times; but it's certainly not an indispensable addition to the Buble canon. Rabid fans will, no doubt, disagree. I'm getting impatient, however, with Mr. Buble's habit of releasing four songs here, six songs there. An artist of his caliber and talent (and one who sells as well as he) could and should be releasing a new album every year. Record companies are hurting, I get it, they need to make money any which way they can; but fans deserve more than the occasional bone, which is what this ultimately feels like.

Additionally, I can't remember when I've heard a live album so poorly produced. The cuts from track to track are at times abrupt and seem to have been made with a meat cleaver. Perhaps they're where the two additional songs (only available on the DVD) fit in. (And can someone tell me WHY they're only available on the DVD?) Also, the balance isn't always right, with Buble sounding sometimes farther away from the microphone than the audience.

Of course, if you have to own everything Buble records, you're going to get this album, and you may enjoy it more than I. But be forwarned that downloading isn't necessarily the way to go.
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52 of 61 people found the following review helpful By music minstrel on June 17, 2009
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I love Buble, but I was hoping to see a whole concert or most of one. The backstage footage is of Michael being playful with the crew, his band, his Grandpa; but as a fan I have seen similar backstage footage before in other Buble packages. The only footage that moved me was a re-visit to the N.Y. jazz club The Blue Note.

The footage of the actual concert was a repeat of the pop hits, with one remarkable exception- a performance by Buble with a group called Naturally 7. It makes me want to stand up & cheer, but reminds me of how great a dvd this could have been- an homage to GREAT MUSIC, which is what it should be about anyway. This DVD did not mark an event well;just Michael being cute, a little off-color,& a throwback to the Ratpack, without demonstrating the talent that makes him that caliber of a performer. This package is a bit self-indulgent of Buble to put out & for the first time ever with him, I feel like I wasted my money.

Treat yourself to Chris Botti in Boston insteadChris Botti in Boston (CD/DVD) - a full concert, with great performances by great musicians, who take themselves & the music seriously enough to create a memorable evening, to be watched again & again.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Arthur Mensor on June 30, 2009
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I couldn't wait to get this DVD/CD package and see a Michael Buble real complete concert, but alas this is not the complete concert. I was completely annoyed by the talking & 'stuff' in between every single song. By the time I was hoping he would at least sing two songs in a row without interruption, it was over! Then, the two 'extra songs', why did they have to be completely separate in a 'special features link?" Any good producer who knows anything about presenting a live concert would have just included the songs with the concert, it is completely chopped up anyway. The one song with Naturally 7 was wonderful, but they were not introduced at the beginning of the song and as soon as the music stopped, so did the video. You know they sang more than one song than that one with Michael, in the full and complete concert.

If I was in the audience for a concert that only lasted 12 songs, I would have really felt cheated. As it is, a 'live concert' DVD with only 12 songs is also being cheated. Michael, are you listening?????

You are wonderful, your songs, your band, your repor with the audience, for those who can't make it to your concerts, how about a complete concert on DVD, with new songs, covers of the great old songs and even with your hits!!!!!
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Is this a complete concert?
it's not the entire concert.
i am disappointed with this purchase because of that.
it's still a very emotional concert that shows michael buble really cares for his audience with the way he interacted with them between songs.
unfortunately, there was a lot of talking .....than singing.
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