13 Songs, 49 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The key to Michael Bublé’s success is sincerity. On his fourth album, he refurbishes pop classics into brassy big band numbers (“Can’t Buy Me Love,” “How Sweet It Is”) and revisits swing’s greatest hits (“I’ve Got You Under My Skin”) and sozzled bar laments (“You Don’t Know Me”), and sings them as if every word is freshly minted. Called upon to write his own song, he delivers the weary ballad “Home,” a momentary sigh behind a million-dollar smile, and yes, he means that, too.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The key to Michael Bublé’s success is sincerity. On his fourth album, he refurbishes pop classics into brassy big band numbers (“Can’t Buy Me Love,” “How Sweet It Is”) and revisits swing’s greatest hits (“I’ve Got You Under My Skin”) and sozzled bar laments (“You Don’t Know Me”), and sings them as if every word is freshly minted. Called upon to write his own song, he delivers the weary ballad “Home,” a momentary sigh behind a million-dollar smile, and yes, he means that, too.

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