If you’ve been reading this blog for any amount of time, you know that I like to link to Christmas music about this time of year. One new Christmas album that just dropped this past October is Michael Bublé’s “Christmas.” The only downside to this album is that it has the song “Santa Baby” on it—which is, in my view, one of the most worthless holiday tunes every written. Having said that, the album is vintage Bublé with a holiday twist. If you like Bublé, then you’ll enjoy this record. You can listen to the album below, or download it here.
Hear hear! Buble only had a 6 song EP of Christmas music. This is much anticipated.
Thanks for posting, Denny!
And since I have roughly 30 minutes of thanksgiving left, there’s time to give thanks to you, Denny. I love and appreciate you.
There’s also time to get more turkey and pie.
Thanks! The feeling is mutual, bro!
I would appreciate Buble more if he wasn’t so foul-mouthed and blatantly NOT family-friendly at his concerts despite the clean-cut image he projects to the market.
I would appreciate Buble more if he stopped singing and went into real estate. That guy coats everything he does with a thick layer of Velveeta. If you want vaguely jazzy Christmas music, heck Harry Connick, Jr. would be a better choice (and a vastly larger talent).