rfrbolton · Apr 23, 2010 "One World One Love" is the brand new album from Michael Bolton, and contains 12 tracks, co-written by Michael and includes collaborations with Ne-Yo, and woman of the moment Lady Gaga. Two covers are also included â€“ "Sign Your Name" and "Crazy Love". Equally important, in Boltonâ€™s eyes, was to make a record that would supply an antidote to the mood of gloom engulfing the planet. â€œEvery song had to make you feel good, because people have enough hardships to think about right now. They need to feel good. â€˜No heartbreak songsâ€™ became our mantraâ€. While working with Mani, Bolton met up with a young fan and budding artist who was excited to write with one of her vocal heroes. â€œI was taking a break when my manager teamed me on the phone with a young artist named â€œLady Gagaâ€. This was August of 2008. No one I knew had heard of herâ€¦ yetâ€. Bolton co-wrote most of the 12 songs in fluctuating combinations with his various producers, writers and guests. The three exceptions were a stunning, Latin tinged version of the Terence Trent Dâ€™Arby hit from 1987, â€œSign Your Nameâ€ â€“ a song that Bolton heard a lot on the radio while he was enjoying his first chart success with â€œThatâ€™s What Love Is All Aboutâ€. The album closer â€œCrazy Loveâ€ is a beautifully spare cover of an old soul track by Van Morrison from his 1970 album "Moondance".