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Michael Bublé - To Be Loved

To Be Loved is the eighth studio release from Canadian vocalist, Michael Bublé. The album was released in Canada on April 22, so be sure to check your local music store for the cd.
This album contains four new songs and ten classics that he covered.

Track Listing

  1. You make me feel so young
  2. It's a beautiful day
  3. To love somebody
  4. Who's lovin' you
  5. Something stupid 
  6. Come dance with me
  7. Close your eyes
  8. After all
  9. Have I told you lately that I love you
  10. To be loved
  11. You've got a friend in me
  12. Nevertheless (I'm in love with you)
  13. I got it easy
  14. Young at heart

Review:
Michael Bublé could sing lines from the phone book and I would buy it. He just makes whatever he is singing all that much better. This album is no exception. When I first started it, I knew it would be easy listening all the way through. I have to admit, there was one song I was crazy about, but being a huge Michael Jackson fan, it was hard hearing someone else do one of my favorite classic MJ tunes, and Michael Bublé did a great job, just it wasn't for me. I prefer MJ in that one instance.
The rest of the album I couldn't get enough of and have listened to it fully a few times already.It's one of those albums you can put on while doing housework. It'll help you plod along with great sounds in the back, to make you forget how much you dislike cleaning the toilet. You'll be too busy singing along to care about the task ahead you have. You'll just do it.
So I got to tell you, Something Stupid is my favorite track on this album. It also happens to be a new track as well as a duet. The only duet on the album actually. Guess who it is?! Reese Witherspoon!!! Yup, love her and this track. Check out the Youtube video below. It's awesome!





So there you have it. I love this album and am happy it's in my collection. I bet there is a ton of you who will love it too, so here is a link to Amazon US and Amazon CA.

3/5


DISCLOSURE: Freda's Voice received a copy of the album for an honest review courtesy of One2One. No compensation was received. Opinions are 100% owned by Freda's Voice.

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