“Christmas”, Michael Bublé’s new album, is close at hand to “make the Yule-tide gay”.
Nearly a month passed by but the latest Bublé’s album has already risen in the charts of all over the word. Michael Buble’s passion for Christmas resulted in him recording a new CD completely dedicated to the most awaited festivals of all. Its title is “Christmas” and it’s perfect to enliven the very closest Christmas Eve.
After several previous tastes – one in 2003, the EP “Let it snow” – Bublé has quickly drawn public’s attention thanks to this album, which provides traditional Christmas songs such as Santa Claus is coming to town, Silent Night and Have yourself a merry little Christmas, perfectly Bublé-style. Among the fifteen songs, two stand out the most – the music duets with Shania Twain and with Thalia, that is White Christmas and Mis Deseos/Feliz Navidad, which represent very nice and catchy alternatives to the originals. The special edition also includes three bonus tracks Winter Wonderland, Frosty the Snowman and Silver Bells.
By hearing, however, you can discover a really gem, the single “Cold December night”, lyrics and music by Bublé himself and Alan Chang. The song seems to mix the authentic Christmas sound and a bit of pop music, that’s why it is now possible to listen to it everywhere, in the streets or at home. It could be then the sweetest soundtrack of your best moments and an appreciated presents for young and old alike.