Ray Charles introduced Van Morrison by starting the first verse before Van's appearance when he was inducted into the Songwriter's Hall of Fame in 2003. Morrison and Charles then finished with a duet of "Crazy Love". Ray Charles remarked about this performance: "It meant a lot to sing 'Crazy Love' on stage that evening."Genius Loves Company, Ray Charles' 2004 album, includes this duet featuring the two singers. Van Morrison and Bob Dylan sang a duet of "Crazy Love" on the BBC film, One Irish Rover in 1991.
"Crazy Love" was later covered by Canadian crooner Michael Bublé, and released as the fourth single from his fourth studio album, Crazy Love. The single was released on June 29, 2010, accompanied by a number of bonus tracks and mixes from the album.
The single was released on May 16, 2010, accompanied by the bonus tracks "Pennies from Heaven", originally an iTunes Store bonus track on Crazy Love, "Relax Max", featuring Naturally 7, an Amazon exclusive bonus track on Crazy Love, and an instrumental version of "Haven't Met You Yet". The release was accompanied by a music video for the track, again directed by Rich Lee. The video premiered on YouTube on May 1, 2010.