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When Robbie does Swing, he's brilliant at it. When Robbie does pop, he's magnificent. Unfortunately, this album is neither and the result is a bewildering mixture of...actually, I'm not quite sure what it's supposed to be. Which is perhaps why I don't know how I feel about it.
Anybody expecting a follow up to the sublime Swing When You're Winning (Robbie's biggest selling album to date) will be disappointed. As I understood from the pre-release hype, as well as being yet another daft play on words (at nearly 40 Williams' obsession with the camp stereotype is wearing exceedingly thin) the title of the album suggested a mixture of covers of classic swing songs and new, self penned… Read more