Friday, October 23, 2009

Crazy Love by Michael Bublé, 143 Records/Reprise

It isn’t a necessity to be familiar with Bublé’s music and style to take a listen because his music is effortless to delve into. Doesn’t matter if your preferred genre is rock, hip hop, pop, or whatever it may be because Bublé provides comforting lyrics for the soul about the romances of the heart or lack thereof.

Okay fine, it’s not for everyone, but it can be easily listened to by anyone.

“Crazy Love” is the 4th album from Michael Bublé. The title track stands out, not only because it’s named after Van Morrison’s “Crazy Love”, but also because Bublé provides a great cover version. It’s about love (surprise, surprise) and how we act with that special significant other. We can get a little crazy; I guess love can do that to you.

The first single off the album, “Haven’t Met You Yet”, is a playful, upbeat song about meeting that special someone in the future.

If you’re in the market for something simple to listen to with a nice balance of piano-based songs and big band based songs about love, then give Mr. Bublé a call or just pick up his CD. If you’re not into any of the above, then this is obviously not for you, but giving it a listen wouldn’t hurt one bit. Maybe, just maybe you might like it.

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