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To Be Loved

Released on 15 April 2013

Artist: Michael Bublé

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  1. You Make Me Feel So Young
  2. It's A Beautiful Day
  3. To Love Somebody
  4. Who's Loving You
  5. Something Stupid
  6. Come Dance With Me
  7. Close Your Eyes
  8. After All
  9. Have I Told You Lately
  10. To Be Loved
  11. You've Got A Friend In Me
  12. Nevertheless (I'm In Love With You)
  13. I Got It Easy
  14. Young At Heart

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 Average rating (5 reviews)

 Brillant-love Michael buble

| | See all mobella's reviews (25)

If you are like me a big fan of Michael Buble then you will love this album I love the big swing numbers like you make me feel so young.I love this album every song is great especially it's a beautiful day,after all,to love somebody and to be loved.Great album already featuring a lot on my iPod.

 I love Michael Buble!

| | See all Littlejosephine's reviews (21)

Another great album with great songs. His voice is just so wonderful! Another must own album for any Buble fan.

 Ol' Smoothie

| | See all egareva's reviews (24)

Whilst this isn't a revolution in musical style for Michael Buble, it's certainly him doing what he does best. There's some timeless classics here that he's made his own.

Great appearance of the Puppini Sisters on "Nevertheless (I'm In Love With You)" which I think is my favourite track.

Timeless Buble!

 Well, it's pleasant enough but .....

| | See all davejust's reviews (2)

If you were hoping for something that is exciting and gives us some great, fresh arrangements then this may not be for you. Apart from the newly written songs, almost everything follows well-trodden paths. One track, "Come Dance With Me", does add a fresh approach to an old song and is outstanding for its latin style. But what a pity that Michael Buble's lovely tone wasn't put to better effect. No doubt we've got to wait another two years or so before we raise our hopes again, but this album could have been more interesting. It will keep diehard Buble fans happy though..