Love is the first studio album in two years from multi-Grammy Award winning artist Michael Bublé and the global superstar's most romantic record to date. After a two-year break from public life to spend time with his family, the Canadian singer-songwriter returned to the studio with a new perspective on life and a renewed commitment to honoring the music he has always loved. Bublé co-produced the collection and brings new love to several rich classics from the American Songbook.
The album opens with the idealistic and dreamy "When I Fall In Love." It also includes a haunting take on another Rogers & Hart standard, "My Funny Valentine." Other standouts are an ebullient "When You're Smiling," a swinging "Such A Night" as well as Bublé's hand-picked favorites including "Unforgettable," "Help Me Make It Through The Night," and "I Only Have Eyes For You." Two standout tracks are Charlie Puth's swinging "Love You Anymore" and an achingly poignant "La Vie En Rose" - a Bublé duet featuring singer Cecile McLorin Salvant. A touching Bublé penned original "Forever Now" demonstrates his songwriting skills, which were previously shown in such Bublé written hits like "Home," "Haven't Met You Yet" and "Everything." The album closes with a show-stopping version of "Where or When."
Love was produced by David Foster, longtime collaborator Jochem van der Saag and Michael Bublé. The trio brought Bublé's visions to life with luscious arrangements surrounding his rich vocals.
- When I Fall In Love
- I Only Have Eyes for You
- Love You Anymore
- La vie en rose (feat. Cécile McLorin Salvant)
- My Funny Valentine
- Such a Night
- Forever Now
- Help Me Make It Through the Night (feat. Loren Allred)
- When You're Smiling
- Where or When