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Michael Buble: 5 Immortal Live Performances

Crooner shouts out brilliant renditions from Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra and other vocal greats

Michael Bublé: Five Songs I Love Hearing Live

Michael Bublé highlights five of his favorite live recordings by legendary singers.

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Michael Bublé's latest LP, Nobody But Me, features a cover of the Beach Boys' "God Only Knows" and collaborations with Black Thought and Meghan Trainor. He shows off similar good taste here, with a handpicked list of his favorite live performances by five legendary singers, from Elvis Presley to Paul McCartney.

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Paul McCartney, “My Love”

This is one of the most underrated songs of all time. There's a recording of him doing it in a stadium that, God, may be better than the original. 

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Donny Hathaway, “Yesterday”

This Beatles cover is so distinct and so different. Donny has such a rich voice, and this is a cool, funky arrangement. 

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Frank Sinatra, “Pennies From Heaven”

Frank bounces, man. He's got the swingiest band, and in his prime, full of swagger, he just kills it with his rich, deep voice. 

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Elvis Presley, “An American Trilogy”

This is fucking awesome, goose-bump-inducing. It's him completely in his moment with this gorgeous arrangement. You can sense his charisma. 

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Joe Cocker, “You Can Leave Your Hat On”

He could put a song across better than anyone. Hearing it live, you can almost feel the sweat dripping off his brow.