Crazy Love - Michael Buble
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  • Summary: The fourth studio album for the Canadian singer was produced by David Foster, Bob Rock and Humberto Gatica.
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  1. Michael Buble is a master at juggling musical attitudes, and his new CD, Crazy Love, whose title comes from the Van Morrison song, is his most confident balancing act yet.
  2. Easily the singer's most stylistically wide-ranging album, it is also one of his brightest, poppiest, and most fun.
  3. Crazy Love is another step in Buble's creation of his own kind of songbook, and there's nothing necessarily crazy about that
  4. The neo–Rat Pack crooner makes a few too many soft-rock concessions on his new studio disc, Crazy Love.
  5. What does it mean when a crooner of the Great American Songbook is at his best on original tunes?
  6. The album's polished, middle-of-the-road approach isn't exactly for everyone, but its agreeable heart doesn't hit any sour notes, either.
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