I'm Leaving It All Up to You/Make the World Go Away

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All Music Guide - Dave Thompson
Marie Osmond was the last of the all-singing, all-dancing, all-too-wholesome Osmonds to emerge on the pop scene; she was already 14 when her super-sweet reinvention of "Paper Roses" became a major hit, and barely 15 when it became apparent that the predominantly adolescent female audience that her brothers took for granted was not going to get so excited about a girl. No problem. It probably didn't take a genius to realize that pairing her with brother Donny, just two years her senior, would reinvigorate both of their careers. What surprised was just how beautifully the pair worked together, across two albums of predominantly duets that drew from precisely the same ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Dave Thompson
Marie Osmond was the last of the all-singing, all-dancing, all-too-wholesome Osmonds to emerge on the pop scene; she was already 14 when her super-sweet reinvention of "Paper Roses" became a major hit, and barely 15 when it became apparent that the predominantly adolescent female audience that her brothers took for granted was not going to get so excited about a girl. No problem. It probably didn't take a genius to realize that pairing her with brother Donny, just two years her senior, would reinvigorate both of their careers. What surprised was just how beautifully the pair worked together, across two albums of predominantly duets that drew from precisely the same groundswell of ear-candy ballads that had sustained Donny alone all this time. "Morning Side of the Mountain" and, from the sophomore LP of the same name, "Make the World Go Away" join the debut album's title track as the big hits lurking on this 20-track two-fer, but every song in sight aspires toward the same high standards.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/10/2008
  • Label: Glam / 7t's
  • EAN: 5013929046528
  • Catalog Number: 65
  • Sales rank: 49,672

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Donny Osmond Primary Artist
Technical Credits
Donny Osmond Composer
Lyle Ritz Arranger
Gene Page Arranger
H.B. Barnum Arranger
Don Costa Arranger, Producer
Mike Curb Producer
Gamble & Huff Composer
Ed Greene Engineer
Guy Hemric Composer
Steve Hodge Engineer
Michael Lloyd Producer
Alan Osmond Composer, Producer
Wayne Osmond Composer, Engineer
Cole Porter Composer
Carl Sigman Composer
William "Mickey" Stevenson Composer
Tommy Oliver Arranger
Sylvia Moy Composer
Merrill Osmond Composer
Umberto Gatica Engineer
Charles Dawes Composer
Tim Turan Mastering
Phil Hendriks Liner Notes
Bill Belew Wardrobe Design
Jimmy Haskell Arranger
Sheri Leverich Art Direction
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