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Michael Bublé Gives Frank Sinatra A Run For His Money

Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin NEW YORK, NY – AUGUST 24: Michael Buble performs at his By Invitation Fragrance launch at Edison … [+] Ballroom on August 24, 2016 in New York City. (Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for By Invitation by Michael Buble ) Getty Whether he has a brand new project or he’s in between eras—as is the case at the moment—Michael Bublé maintains a near-constant presence on one or two of Billboard’s charts. The crooner nearly claimed the most spaces on one particular ranking this frame as several of his older collections return for another stay, as fans are still buying and streaming the sets that made him a superstar. On this week’s Jazz Albums chart, Billboard’s ranking of the top-consumed jazz full-lengths in the country, Bublé claims three spaces. He’s able to accrue that many wins at one time thanks to a pair of returning champions. Two of Bublé’s three placements on the Jazz Albums chart this week are titles that find their way back to the list. Both have topped this roster in the past, and while they didn’t make a push for the summit, the fact that these years-old studio LPs are back—and that they return simultaneously—is a sign that interest in his catalog is still strong. Bublé’s loftiest appearance on the Jazz Albums chart this frame is his one holdover. It’s Time is still living inside the top 10, even as it begins to fall. That title declines from No. 7 to No. 9 as it celebrates 322 weeks on the tally. The singer’s highest-ranking returning winner is Call Me Irresponsible. That title re-enters the Jazz Albums ranking at No. 20. Crazy Love isn’t far behind, as it cracks the tally and lands at No. 22. MORE FOR YOU Netflix: Marvel Dud Among Movies New On Streaming Service This Week Houston Rockets Land Third Pack In Upcoming NBA Draft As Knicks And Rangers Captivate New York, The Yankees Quietly Roll Along This week, Bublé claims the second-most spaces on the Jazz Albums chart—and he’s tied for that honor. Both the Canadian Grammy winner and newcomer Laufey fill a trio of rungs, with the younger of the two owning the highest spot with her Bewitched. Only one musician occupies more than a trio of spaces on the Jazz Albums chart this frame. Frank Sinatra owns four spots, and all with compilations of his biggest and most familiar tunes. Ultimate Sinatra is steady in the runner-up rung, while Nothing But the Best is a non-mover at No. 6. Platinum jumps from No. 25 to No. 21, while Sinatra: Best of the Best returns to the list at No. 25. ForbesFrank Sinatra Has Been Replaced At No. 1 On Several Billboard ChartsBy Hugh McIntyre Hugh McIntyre Following Editorial Standards Print Reprints & Permissions

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