Michal Bublé “Nobody but Me”

Country: Canada
Genre(s):Traditional pop easy listening jazz pop rock vocal jazz cabaret show tunes swing big band blue-eyed soul
Experience: 1996-present

Michael Bublé’s latest album is fantastic! With recent news about Michael Bublé’s son being diagnosed with cancer, I’d like to dedicate this review to him and his family.

Nobody But Me is an upbeat album with music that sounds like Pop music from the 50’s and 60’s. Vocal jazz music is also very present in this album.  One song however, is more contemporary pop which is entitle Someday featuring Meghan Trainor. It’s a song full of cheer and romance. Their voices compliment each very well.

  The most impressive song of this album is On an Evening in Rome, a remake of a  song performed by the late Dean Martin where he sings in Italian. It reminds of the music of the romantic city of Rome, especially in the movies from 60’s . There are also other songs that also remind of Dean Martin: The Very Thought of You, I Wanna be Around, and My Baby Just Cares for Me and God Only Knows. The reminds of songs performed by Dean Martin such as That’s Amore, You’re Nobody till Somebody Loves, and  How Do You Speak to an Angel?. He combines pop with vocal jazz very nicely.  The songs that have the best beat for dancing are My Kind of Girl and Today is Yesterday’s Tomorrow. Michael Buble is fantastic  in this album. The beat of the trombone and tuba is incredible and feels as though I were in a jazz festival.

Bublé’s voice is incredible, smooth and distinct from other artists.Listening to him brings joy to  my ears. Great consistency in his singing. He always knows how to carry a tune, as well as switch from one music genre to another throughout the album. He alternates between swing, smooth, and pop very smoothly.

Favourite songs are Nobody But Me, The Very Thought of You, My Kind of Girl, Someday (featuring Meghan Trainor) and On an Evening in Rome

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