To Be Loved : A Music Review


I often have music playing on my laptop while I am in the kitchen testing recipes or cooking dinner.  Recently, I’ve been playing the new Michael Bublé album To Be Loved on repeat.

It has garnered more than one eye roll from the kids, but I’m digging it.  To Be Loved includes songs from Bublé’s musical heroes  like the Bee Gees, Dean Martin, The Jackson 5, Elvis Presley and my personal favorite, the classic Frank & Nancy Sinatra duet Something Stupid.  I’ve always loved Something Stupid and really love Bublé’s rendition with Reese Witherspoon.

The original song that really stands out to me from the album is After All, which was co-written and performed with Bryan Adams. Having grown up in the eighties, I’ve always loved Bryan Adams – Summer of ’69, one of my all-time favorite songs.


It seems that songs on the radio go through stages of all sounding the same but Michael Bublé always stands out and when I am flipping channels, a Michael Bublé song always gets played.

Get your copy of To Be Loved through Amazon or iTunes.  To Be Loved has 14 songs and I love them all, I don’t skip a single one.  A great album to sing along with and it will definitely lift your spirits. Isn’t that what makes music great?

I’d love to hear what music you’ve been listening to and loving!

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Miss Signature








I participated in this campaign for One2One Network. I received a free copy of the album to facilitate my review. By posting, I am eligible for incentives. All opinions stated are my own.


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