My Crazy Love - Netflix

This anthology series follows the wild, romantic and hilarious things men and women have done in the name of love. Each week, real people share their personal stories about a time in their life when the intoxication of love led them to extreme behavior and embarrassing acts. From jumping out of a plane to hiding out in a girlfriend's closet, this series reveals it all through stylized reenactments and interviews. Celebrities such as Adrienne Bailon and Cheryl Burke also confess their outrageous stories. With amazing twists, turns and shocking revelations, did these lovers' bold gestures work or did they take it too far? "My Crazy Love" is part of Oxygen's rebrand, which launches on Tuesday, October 7th across all platforms, showcasing the network's new logo and tagline, very real, targeting young, modern women.

My Crazy Love - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2014-10-28

My Crazy Love - Crazy Love (Michael Bublé album) - Netflix

Crazy Love is the sixth studio album (and fourth major label studio album) by Canadian vocalist Michael Bublé. It was released through 143 Records and Reprise Records on October 9, 2009. After only three days of sales, it opened atop the Billboard 200 chart with 132,000 copies, making it Bublé's second No. 1 album. Spending the first full week at the top, the album increased in sales to 203,000 copies, staying again at the No. 1 spot on its second week. In Australia, the album debuted at No. 1 on the ARIA Albums Chart and spent six non-consecutive weeks as No. 1. It has since been certified five times Platinum. In the United Kingdom, Crazy Love topped the album charts. As of October 2016, the album has sold almost 3.1 million copies in the UK. The album won the award for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album at the 53rd Grammy Awards. It is one of his best selling works, with approximately 6 million units sold worldwide.

My Crazy Love - Album information - Netflix

The album was recorded over a period of six months in Los Angeles, New York and Vancouver, Bublé's hometown. Produced by David Foster, Bob Rock and Humberto Gatica, Bublé describes Crazy Love as the “ultimate record about the inevitable roller coaster ride of relationships.” The album was named after Van Morrison's 1970 song, “Crazy Love”, with a cover version included. Bublé commented on the recording process for the album: “I started this record knowing I was going to record it differently than my previous ones. I dug way deeper and was more introspective on this one. Basically, I sang the truth - made each song autobiographical - and you can definitely hear the difference. I went back to the way my idols made their records. I wanted an organic feel - so people could feel like they were in the studio with me. The musicians and I all sat in the room, recorded it right from the floor and we let the sounds all come together and bleed into one another. It's not contrived. Not too perfect. It just feels really good.” Bublé co-wrote the album's two singles, “Haven't Met You Yet” and “Hold On,” with longtime collaborators Alan Chang, Amy Foster and Connor Makropoulos. The first single, “Haven't Met You Yet”, was released on August 31, 2009. Weeks prior to this single, Bublé offered his audience an early glimpse at Crazy Love with a “playful” remix of “Baby (You've Got What It Takes).” The opening part for the single “Cry Me a River” was written by Bublé in a Bond-like theme because he wanted the song to sound “really cinematic, really over the top and bombastic”. “Cry Me a River” was used in the BBC's advertising for the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. The track “Stardust” was recorded in one take. On 18 April 2010, Bublé took home four Juno Awards for Juno Fan Choice Award, Single of the Year – “Haven't Met You Yet”, Album of the Year – Crazy Love, and Pop Album of the Year – Crazy Love, and two Juno nominations for Artist of the Year and Songwriter of the Year. Crazy Love producers David Foster and Bob Rock both received two separate nominations of their own for the Jack Richardson Producer of the Year Award, with Bob Rock winning the award.

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