Editors’ Notes Best known as a jaunty throwback crooner, Michael Bublé doubles as an adventurous virtuoso. He brings defiant vocal turbulence to his darkly orchestral reading of “Cry Me a River,” while “Fever” is spiked with enough unpredictable beats and horn flourishes to nail the disorienting interior heat of its title. And Bublé gets especially frisky and risk-taking when overhauling the Motown ballad “How Sweet It Is” into free-spirited roadhouse blues.

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