Dec 022015
 

From CALL ME IRRESPONSIBLE
Written by Leonard Cohen

 

Leonard Cohen is a true Canadian icon and one of the most gifted and influential singers/songwriters of the past fifty years. This Quebecois legend was inducted in 2008 at the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame and is also a renowned poet, novelist and painter. In 1988, Cohen released the critically-praised I’m Your Man album that had gems including “First We Take Manhattan,” “ Tower Of Song ,” “Everybody Knows” and the title track, “I’m Your Man.” This last composition sported some sensual, almost lustful, lyrics whispered by Cohen on a carpet of synthesizers and programmed drums. Continue reading »

Apr 262015
 

From MICHAEL BUBLE’
Written by Barry Gibb & Robin Gibb

“How Can You Mend A Broken Heart” is a globally popular, soft-rock ballad by the Bee Gees. Co-written by Barry Gibb with his younger brother, the late Robin Gibb, this beautiful song was part of the legendary trio’s 1971 album Trafalgar. “How Can You Mend A Broken Heart” was the lead single off that classic release. The song would become the first US #1 for the Bee Gees as well as one of their most loved evergreens.

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Apr 202014
 

written by Tim Seely

Michael Buble’s worldwide smash “Crazy Love” had a special edition released October 2010 called “Crazy Love: Hollywood Edition.” Originally released a year earlier, “Crazy Love” was produced by David Foster, Bob Rock and Humberto Gatica and became a giant bestseller in many countries while collecting a slew of Grammy and Juno Awards. The new release included a new single, a breezy pop song produced by Rock entitled “Hollywood,” four live versions of Buble’s earlier material plus two unreleased songs originally produced by Foster on the “Crazy Love” sessions.

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Oct 272013
 

from SAVE THE LAST DANCE FOR ME (single)

written by Doc Pomus & Mort Shuman

The song “Save The Last Dance For Me” was co-written by Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman. It became a big hit in the sixties for The Drifters under the production of Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller. This evergreen was later covered by many stars; among them Dolly Parton that made “Save The Last Dance For Me” a multi-format hit in 1983.

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Nov 182012
 

from LOST (single)

written by Michael Bublè, Jann Arden & Alan Chang

Released in november 2007, “Lost” was the third single off Michael Bublè’s worldwide smash, “Call Me Irresponsible.” The Canadian superstar co-wrote this bittersweet ballad with his musical director, Alan Chang and another famous Canadian, singer/songwriter, Jann Arden. “Lost,” like its predecessors “Home” and “Everything,” is solid proof of Bublè’s noteworthy talent as songwriter and like those songs it became a good hit single reaching #2 on the adult contemporary chart and entering Billboard’s Hot 100.

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Dec 182011
 

from CHRISTMAS

Traditional

After the triumphs of Josh Groban’s 2007 “Noel” and Andrea Bocelli’s 2009 “My Christmas,” David Foster just completed his hat trick of multi-platinum seasonal smashes with Michael Buble’s Fall 2011 release, “Christmas.” Buble’s holiday-themed compilation is already #1 on the charts worldwide and selling like hotcakes. Like its predecessors, “Christmas” will be a winner for this holiday season. Continue reading »

Dec 052010
 

from CRAZY LOVE

written by  Ron Sexmith

“Crazy Love,” released in the fall of 2009, is Michael Bublè’s 4th studio album.
This new collection was an out of the box hit reaching the top spot of the charts in the US, the UK, Canada, Italy, Australia and several other countries and selling over six million copies worldwide to date.

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