Caught In The Act

マーケットプレイス価格:¥ 788 (税込)

レーベル:Reprise / Wea Import Argentina
JAN:0093624944423 売上ランキング:音楽で49103位

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Disc : 1
  1. feeling good
  2. summer wind
  3. home
  4. you and I
  5. the more I see you
  6. you'll never find another love like mine duet with laura pausini
  7. can't buy me love
  8. smile
Disc : 2
  1. feeling good ·
  2. sway ·
  3. try a little tenderness ·
  4. fever ·
  5. come fly with me ·
  6. moondance ·
  7. you don't know me ·
  8. that's all ·
  9. for once in my life ·
  10. you'll never find another love like mine duet with laura pausini ·
  11. this love ·
  12. I've got you under my skin ·
  13. home ·
  14. the more I see you ·
  15. save the last dance for me ·
  16. how sweet it is ·
  17. crazy little thing called love ·
  18. song for you ·
  19. song for you featuring chris botti ·
In the opening track of this live CD, Michael Bublé explodes "I'm feeeling GOOD!" Who could blame him? He's backed by a big--make that a really big--band, and the song sounds like a million bucks. You may quibble that Bublé is a nice fellow who's a bit lacking in both the charisma and swing departments, but the music here percolates with bouncing energing--just listen to "Summer Wind" or "The More I See You" to see how glorious arrangements (by Johnny Mandel and John Clayton Jr., respectively) can propulse a reasonably gifted but by no means transcendent singer into the stratosphere. Best of all, Bublé once again shows his ability to seamlessly bridge eras and styles by offering stylistically consistent covers of the Beatles' "Can't Buy Me Love" (done swing-style) and Lou Rawls' 1976 hit "You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine" (done crooner-style in a duet with Italian singer Laura Pausini). (The DVD offers up a similar take on Queen's "Crazy Little Thing Called Love," for instance.) The DVD portion of this combo set doubles the ante by offering 18 tracks (plus a bonus "Song for You" with Chris Botti) to the CD's 8. There's also a 20-minute backstage featurette showing what goes into the preparation for the show. --Elisabeth Vincentelli