Released: Feb 2010
Without raising much fuss, Michael Buble has become one of the biggest selling vocalists of the internet age by putting a show-tune sheen back into the jazz-orientated pop of Connick, Sinatra and Cole. "These Foolish Things" and "Dream a Little Dream" prove that Buble can be subtle, while the slyly rhythmic "Mack The Knife" shows that the Canadian crooner has learned as much from Stevie Wonder as he has from Bobby Darin.
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