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Donny Osmond - Love Songs of the 70's (2007) Retail CD
Musically speaking, children of the '70s subscribe to a tribe mentality: Former Stooges fanatics may have little in common with onetime discomaniacs at first glance, but get them together and odds are they'll bond over a mutual belief that Cliff Richard's "We Don't Talk Anymore" was, for its time, one hot track. Which is why Donny Osmond did himself a favor by recording this batch of retreads--what he loses in nostalgia points for making a disc without Marie (all these years later, there's still an element that prefers a little bit of country with its little bit of rock'n'roll), he makes up formore… in timeless material that, not incidentally, is very well sung. It's possible to hear Dan Hill's ever-tender "Sometimes When We Touch" here without missing Hill for a second, for instance. And because Donnie's nice-guy reputation precedes him by decades, he's a natural at putting his own sunshiny spin on Johnny Nash's "I Can See Clearly Now." If Love Songs disappoints even a sliver, it's because the title limits the song selection to disallow tracks that could have formed an equally enjoyable record: "Goofy Songs of the 70s." Suffice it to say that Leo Sayer's "When I Need You" leaves a listener with a deep hankering to hear Donnie's rendition of "You Make Me Feel Like Dancin'," too. --Tammy La Gorce
|1||I Can See Clearly|
|2||Sometimes When We Touch|
|4||Laughter In The Rain|
|6||When I Need You|
|9||How Deep Is Your Love|
|10||Will It Go Round In Circles|
|11||Alone Again (Naturally)|
|12||You Are So Beautiful|
- Donny Osmond - Love Songs of the 70's (2007) Retail CD
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