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Michael Buble: Call Me Irresponsible

Read "Call Me Irresponsible" reviewed by Woodrow Wilkins

Once in a while, you come across an artist who seemingly can do no wrong. Michael Bublé is such an artist. Charismatic, talented and just plain good, the Canadian singer has a way of making every song seem golden. With a recording career that began in 2003, Bublé has sold more than eleven million copies, establishing him as one of the most popular jazz artists in North America, if not the world. He has been nominated for a ...

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Michael Buble: Caught in the Act

Read "Caught in the Act" reviewed by Woodrow Wilkins

Michael Bublé has become somewhat of a one-man army, one of the few jazz artists from the Reprise label to have widespread exposure. This young vocalist gained lots of momentum and popularity with his 2004 release, Come Fly With Me. In addition to national television exposure, he's been featured in ads for Starbucks.

Bublé stays on the front lines with his fourth CD, Caught in the Act. It's his second live effort which, like Come Fly With Me, is supplemented ...

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Michael Bubl: It's Time

Read "It's Time" reviewed by Woodrow Wilkins

Michael Bublé has got momentum and is showing no signs of slowing up. The young singer has gotten a lot of attention in his short recording career. It doesn't hurt that he's getting plenty of promotional assistance from his label, 143/Reprise, a division of Warner Bros. Sadly, that can't be said for many jazz artists. Still, Bublé is making hay with the opportunities afforded him.On It's Time, he offers thirteen fresh tracks, including his original “Home, and dazzling ...

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Michael Bubl: Come Fly With Me

Read "Come Fly With Me" reviewed by Brian Soergel

If ever one CD was worth a little extra money, this one’s it. Of course, fans of the Canadian old-style crooner trapped in a young body, whose style is a mix of Frank Sinatra and Bobby Darin, will have snatched this off the shelves the first day it arrived. There are eight songs on the recording—“Nice ‘n Easy” and “Can’t Help Falling in Love” were recorded in the studio and the rest were recorded live.

What fans will really love, ...


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