Michael Buble Albums Ranked

Michael Steven BubléOCOBC (IPA: /buːˈbleɪ/boo-BLAY; born September 9, 1975) is a Canadian singer, songwriter, and record producer. His first album reached the top ten in Canada and the UK. He found a worldwide audience with his 2005 album It’s Time as well as his 2007 album Call Me Irresponsible – which reached number one on the Canadian Albums Chart, the UK Albums Chart, the US Billboard 200, the Australian ARIA Albums Chart, and several European charts. Bublé’s 2009 album Crazy Love debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200 after three days of sales and remained there for two weeks. It was also his fourth number one album on Billboard’s Top Jazz Albums chart. His 2011 holiday album, Christmas, was in first place on the Billboard 200 for the final four weeks of 2011 and the first week of 2012, totaling five weeks atop the chart, it also made the top 5 in the United Kingdom. With this, Christmas became his third-consecutive number-one album on the chart. To Be Loved was released in April 2013. Bublé has sold over 40 million records worldwide and won numerous awards, including four Grammy Awards and multiple Juno Awards. Bublé is a dual citizen of both Canada and Italy. Here are all of Michael Buble Albums Ranked.

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7. Nobody But Me (2016)

“This is the first album I feel that the originals are strong. The title song feels like a Bublé swing song but with a groovy hip hop beat. The rapper on the song was actually a refreshing surprise. I am not a huge rap fan but the rap was well written and was not overdone and really added to the song in a fun positive way. “I Believe in You” is a hopeful and beautiful song, the duet with Meghan was cute but not corny, Today is Yesterday’s tomorrow was fun. I actually felt one of the bonus tracks, “Take You Away” was one of the strongest originals on the album.”

6. To Be Loved (2013)

“Certainly he has had originals that have been good and successful, but he routinely does a lot of covers and he does them well, usually. But on this album, the only songs that are any good are only good because they’re just good songs that he’s covering. “You’ve Got a Friend In Me” and “Who’s Lovin’ You”, for example, are just good songs, and Buble sings them well, he just doesn’t do anything terribly special with them. The best song on the album comes early on with the lead single, an original, “It’s A Beautiful Day”.

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5. Michael Bublé (2003)

” The songs on this album include Fever( a Peggy Lee classic ), Moondance, For Life In My Life ( a Sammy Davis classic ), The Summer Wind ( a Frank Sinatra favorite), You’ll Never Find Another Love Like Mine( a Lou Rawls classic ), Put Your Head On My Shoulder ( a Paul Anka favorite ), The Way You Look Tonight and Come Fly With Me ( a Frank Sinatra song ).”

4. Crazy Love (2009)

“Michael Buble has evolved from a derivative Sinatra wannabe into a confident singer with both emotional and musical dexterity. He has learned when to dial it up and when to pull it back. He is now at the peak of his vocal powers and has provided us proof of that with this new CD “Crazy Love,” a collection of standards from the first half of the 20th Century, some of more recent vintage and two wonderful originals, “Haven’t Met You Yet” and “Hold On.”

3. It’s Time (2005)

“I really adore this album. It has a nice mix of slow ballads and swinging big band standards. My favorite song was written and composed by Michael and is called “Home.” It actually has a more mainstream sound to it, but shows his versatility as a singer. This is because he shows he isn’t just an old soul crooner, but can pull off contemporary music as well.”

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2. Christmas (2011)

“Bublé delivers again. If you like his music — and if you’re in the market for Christmas music — I think it’s safe to say you will like this CD. In fact, you’ve probably already purchased it and have been enjoying it. But if you’re considering the purchase, go ahead and do it. This is a nice sized collection — 15 songs — and it includes Bublé’s take on a number of 20th century classics: White Christmas, Holly Jolly Christmas, and Blue Christmas, among others. Just the thing to put you in the mood for a bit of egg nog and snow.”

1. Call Me Irresponsible (2007)

“This is an amazing selection of “oldies” sung in the inimitable style of Michael Buble. He revives an old Frank Sinatra song (“The Best is Yet To Come”) making it his own. His rendition of “Call Me Irresponsible” is irrepressible and wonderful. His voice is so smooth it could be termed “vocal silk.” This young Canadian singer is talent at it’s very best and worth many hours of relaxing, beautiful music.”