Paul McCartney produced Michael Bublé's cover of his ballad "My Valentine" from 2012 for the Buble's new album, ‘Higher,’ which was released last month.
McCartney joked in an interview with Variety that he's really surprised Bublé put up with him. Sir Paul said, “Michael invited me along to the session in New York suggesting I could help with producing it. So I went along and basically watched him work with a large orchestra and do the vocals. I was able to help him in small ways, suggesting that he sing certain phrases in certain ways, and to my surprise he didn’t boot me off the session!”
Bublé said that thought never entered his mind: "He is who you wish he would be. He saunters into the studio alone. No group. No security. And he looked like he came in on a skateboard because he kind of floats when he walks. He wanted to be just a humble servant to the music.”
Bublé also recorded cover songs by Willie Nelson ("Crazy"), Sam Cooke ("Bring It on Home to Me"), Bob Dylan ("Make You Feel My Love"), Barry White ("You're the First, My Last, My Everything") and Charlie Chaplin ("Smile").
[Source: Classic Hits Today]