Everyone’s favorite Canadian crooner is back again, finding his harmony while making his way through the American songbook (and looking oh-so dapper in a suit)!
To Be Loved, Michael Buble’s newest album, out NOW, finds the Grammy winner covering songs by Frank Sinatra, the Bee Gees, Jackson 5, Elvis Presley, Van Morrison, as well, as collaborating a duet with Reese Witherspoon (yes, the actress)!
“I want to take you on a wonderful journey about love—all different kinds of love,” Michael says. “The album swings big time: it rocks, it’s soulful, it’s happy, sometimes a little sad. It’s romantic, it’s yummy, and it’s heartfelt.”
I usually don’t listen to music like this, but glad I was able to get the opporutnuity to do so. Buble’s voice is relaxing and gives you that feeling of falling in love again. I pleaseantly was surprised to LOVE his collab with Reese on the tune called “Something Stupid”, which I learned was a Frank & Nancy Sinatra classic tune. Other stand out favorites were “You Make Me Feel So Young” and “Who’s Lovin You”.
To Be Loved Track Listing:
- “You Make Me Feel So Young”
- “It’s a Beautiful Day”
- “To Love Somebody”
- “Who’s Lovin You”
- “Something Stupid” (featuring Reese Witherspoon)
- “Come Dance with Me”
- “Close Your Eyes”
- “After All” (featuring Bryan Adams)
- “Have I Told You Lately That I Love You” (with Naturally 7)
- “To Be Loved”
- “You’ve Got a Friend in Me”
- “Nevertheless (I’m in Love with You)” (featuring The Puppini Sisters)
- “I Got It Easy”
- “Young at Heart”
Check out the “You Make Me Feel So Young” vid below:
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