- The Best Is Yet To Come
- It Had Better Be Tonight (Meglio Stasera)
- Me And Mrs. Jones
- I'm Your Man
- Comin' Home Baby @@Boyz II Men
- Call Me Irresponsible
- Wonderful Tonight @@Ivan Lins
- I've Got The World On A String
- Always On My Mind
- That's Life
- L O V E
Riding a wave of multi-platinum chart-toppers, Michael Bublé presents his third studio album, Call Me Irresponsible, featuring a David Foster-produced set of classic and contemporary songs, from "The Best Is Yet to Come" and "I've Got the World on a String" to a pair of Bublé originals. With the swinging Clayton-Hamilton Orchestra at his back, Bublé launches into such classic jazz fare as the finger-snapping title track while also taking in songs from Leonard Cohen ("I'm Your Man"), Henry Mancini (the Latin-flavored "It Had Better Be Tonight"), and Mel Tormé ("I'm Coming Home Baby") -- in a funky, cool-cat rendition assisted by the vocals of Boyz II Men. Bublé's own songs, co-written with Amy Foster-Gillis and Alan Chang, veer from the touching ballad "Lost" to the feel-good single "Everything," the album's catchiest track by a mile. Altogether, the suave, self-assured results more than ever reveal this heartthrob crooner to be a new-model Frank Sinatra. More like call him irresistible. [Note: The special edition includes the bonus cut "Love."]
|Label:||Reprise / Wea|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Call Me Irresponsible [Special Edition] based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
This is a great CD to have for guests....everyone seems to enjoy Michael Buble. Also a great CD to play for two during dinner. Great in the car on the way to work! What can I say a great all around CD. Good gift for the person who has everything. All ages and ether gender. What a voice...the big band sound really get you in the mood.
Love this CD, Michael Buble keeps making smooth, great music!
Yet again another number one hit! These songs are great! The song "Lost" is amazing, and wonderfully arranged. A must have!
This is a smooth, stimulating, sexy musical tour all in one. From the "Best is Yet to Come" to "Me and Mrs. Jones". Love It!