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Genre

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Call Me Irresponsible es el quinto álbum de estudio lanzado por el cantante de jazz canadiense ganador del Grammy Michael Bublé. El álbum fue lanzado el 1 de mayo de 2007. El primer sencillo del álbum, "Everything", alcanzó el puesto # 46 en el US Hot 100, la canción más alta de Bublé hasta que "Haven't Met You Yet" se convirtió en su primer éxito Top 40 en 2009. También debutó en el número 3 en las listas canadienses de BDS Airplay y ahora tiene el récord del debut más alto en esa lista. También alcanzó el número 19 en la lista de singles australianos ARIA. Bublé apareció en un programa de resultados de la sexta temporada de American Idol para cantar "Call Me Irresponsible" cuando el cantante Tony Bennett, con quien había colaborado anteriormente en el álbum Duets: An American Classic no pudo asistir. El lunes 23 de abril de 2007, los miembros del club de fans oficial de Bublé, Bungalow B, recibieron una fiesta de escucha exclusiva de las pistas del álbum y un vistazo a un videoclip de "Lost", la segunda canción original de Bublé. En este día, su sitio oficial también recibió un cambio de imagen para que coincida con su próximo álbum y su canal oficial de YouTube lanzó el video para el sencillo principal. El canal también tiene videos detrás de escena y pequeños fragmentos de videos utilizados para hacer varios comerciales y clips de vista previa. Todo el álbum se filtró poco antes de su lanzamiento. Este álbum ganó el Premio Grammy al Mejor Álbum Vocal Pop Tradicional en 2008.
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Juno-winning, Grammy-nominated Canadian warbler, Michael Bublé, has had critics tripping over themselves to claim him as a latter-day Frank Sinatra. But aren't such accolades rendered superfluous when wheeled out more regularly than a Starbucks frappucino (which Bublé helped the drinks company advertise back in 2005)?
Jamie Cullum, Peter Cincotti and Harry Connick Jr. are just some of the contemporary crooners who've been branded with the neo-Sinatra stamp, a label that suggests not only a signature singing style and a nostalgic temperament, but also - at worst - an utter lack of originality.
To be fair to Bublé, his albums to date - 2003's Michael Bublé and 2005's It's Time - show he can hold a tune. Comprised mainly of covers, these collections successfully promote a charming, even chivalrous personality, with a frictionless voice capable of churning out pop classics, torch songs, sentimental ballads and upbeat Latino tunes to order.
Call Me Irresponsible continues in much the same vein, though the crisp finger-snaps and swinging arrangements of opener "The Best Is Yet To Come," immediately suggests this third studio album might be punchier than its predecessors.
The infectious joie de vivre of tunes like "It Had Better Be Tonight (Meglio Stasera)" and Mel Torme's "Coming Home Baby," (which features background harmonics from Boyz II Men) indeed find Bublé at his very best. You can almost imagine him in the studio - tie loosened, suit-sleeves rolled up, tiny pools of perspiration building on his forehead - as he lets fly.
His version of "Me & Mrs Jones" is a subtler affair, though still engaging, while Leonard Cohen's pathos-infused "I'm Your Man" gets a very reasonable rethink, complete with tension-building pauses and shimmering, Mancini-style strings.
It's the slower, schmaltzy songs that get the album into trouble.
The bossa-esque version of Clapton's "Wonderful Tonight" and the cover of Presley's "Always On My Mind" are unforgivably mawkish; his own songs - "Everything," with its pseudo-Latin rhythm and "Island-In-The-Stream" style verses, and the lachrymose "Lost" - are only slightly more convincing.
The perky big band groove of "I've Got The World On A String" and the Gospel-backed, bluesy "That's Life" help prevent the album sliding into total coffee-shop pop.
Bublé hasn't reinvented the wheel here, but his choice of covers is astute and he has an undeniable way with a song. Pop pioneer he ain't; but he does perhaps deserve a little more credit than being a 'Sinatra clone'.
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