MICHAEL BUBLE - For Once In My Life


Unlike most young people who gravitate towards the latest rock or rap trend, Michael Bublé chose to study the classic works of pop vocal masters like Ella Fitzgerald and Frank Sinatra while slowly developing his own technique and career of interpreter of song. Thank you for the producer David Foster, 25-year-old Bublé has graduated to the big time with a self-titled debut disc that shows his knowledge and appreciation for a style of music is most often unknown to its generation. Swinging his way through a set of pop standards both classic ( "The Way You Look Tonight") and more recent ( "Moondance"), Bublé already possesses a quality that goes beyond his youth a voice which incorporates his influences into a sound that is both new and familiar. When he launches into a standard like "Come Fly With Me," images of Sinatra is mentioned, but as the song progresses, the listener realizes that this is not Sinatra or Bobby Darin, or any other famous singer. Someone who has learned the art of popular song and created his own colorful music from shades of the past. In doing so, Bublé launches a new coat of paint on an old standard like "Fever" and gives it a satiny sheen that the song was not seen in years. In addition to revitalizing the classics, he draws a younger audience by covering more recent years, rock, songs of the time in a swinging gloss. Songs like George Michael's "Kissing a Fool" or Queen's "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" are jazzed up even further than their retro-based originals, and flow easily alongside the standards. The only interruption comes when Barry Gibb vibrato customers on its own "How Can You Mend a Broken Heart", laced with reverb that do not just in this musical environment. Throughout the disc, it is obvious that Buble has ACED homework and testing, but there is always room for improvement. Sinatra haunts his vocals a bit too much on songs like "Summer Wind", and there are moments throughout the disc when he forces his technique instead of follow a natural rhythm, but these minor criticisms will improve with time, and nothing can truly reduce the pure pleasure and joy he expresses in each performance. He looks absolutely delighted to sing these songs, and which goes a long way to go Michael Bublé an exciting beginning. ~ Aaron Latham, All Music Guide

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For once in my life
I've got someone who needs me
Someone I've needed so long
For once unafraid
I can go where life leads me
And somehow I know I'll be strong
For once I can touch
What my heart used to dream of
Long before I knew
Someone warm like you
Could make my dream come true
For once in my life
I won't let sorrow hurt me
Not like it's hurt me before
For once I have someone
I know won't desert me
I'm not alone anymore
For once I can say
This is mine, you can't take it
As long as I know I've got love
I can make it
For once in my life
I've got someone who needs me

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Louise said...

I first saw Michael perform live in July 2005, and I haven't stopped talking about that experience yet!! : lol: Over the years, I've had the good fortune to see him many times, Michael and his show improve with each new tour! Next weekend I'm gonna see him again since I can get cheap tickets so I can save some dollars to the next concert ...I’m so excited!!

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