Call Me Irresponsible
 : Call Me Irresponsible

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by: Michael Bublé

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Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0093624999898
Feature: Michael Buble - Call Me Irresponsible Brazil Import
Item Dimensions: 5105602240
Label: Reprise
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Reprise
Model: 2031811
MPN: 093624999898
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: May 01, 2007
Publisher: Reprise
Release Date: May 01, 2007
Studio: Reprise

  • Michael Buble - Call Me Irresponsible Brazil Import

Disc 1:
  1. The Best Is Yet To Come
  2. It Had Better Be Tonight (Meglio Stasera)
  3. Me And Mrs. Jones
  4. I'm Your Man
  5. Comin' Home Baby (Duet With Boyz II Men)
  6. Lost
  7. Call Me Irresponsible
  8. Wonderful Tonight (Duet With Ivan Lins)
  9. Everything
  10. I've Got The World On A String
  11. Always On My Mind
  12. That's Life
  13. Dream
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Product Description:
Melding the contemporary and the classic in ways only he can, Michael Buble has created his most complete studio effort yet. Ranging from "I've Got The World On a String" to "Me and Mrs. Jones," in addition to two new songs co-written by Michael, Call Me Irresponsible makes this album irresistible.
It's no coincidence that Michael Bublé's new album starts with just his voice and some fingersnaps on "The Best Is Yet to Come," a song made famous by Frank Sinatra. The Canadian smoothie looks longingly towards early-'60s Vegas, an impression quickly reinforced when a boisterous horn section makes its grand entrance, about 20 seconds into the track. That Bublé means business is confirmed by the second cut, a fast-paced take on Henry Mancini's "It Had Better Be Tonight," and of course by the CD's very title, another song identified with Sinatra as his cockiest. There are just a few sidesteps from the retro formula that's served Bublé so well so far: a languid duet with Brazilian star Ivan Lins on the bossa "Wonderful Tonight," a gospel choir on "That's Life." Interestingly, Bublé co-wrote the best of those sidesteps, "Everything," a Norah Jones-esque number that alluringly harks back to sunny '70s pop. It's also the only song on the album produced by Bob Rock (best known for his work with Metallica), sending out a strong signal that Bublé should reach out to unlikely collaborators more often. --Elisabeth Vincentelli

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