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Album Review

Many Donny Osmond collections have appeared over the years, but none have combined his early and latter-day hits with the biggest Osmonds singles and his duets with Marie. This Definitive Collection, appearing in the wake of Donny’s triumphant appearance on Dancing with the Stars, is the first to do exactly that, and while it has a couple of curious selections — “Soldier of Love” is represented by the U.K. 12" mix, “Crazy Horses” is a solo version, not the Osmonds — it is easily the best and most comprehensive Donny Osmond retrospective ever assembled.

Biography

Born: 09 December 1957 in Ogden, UT

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Donny Osmond has been in show business from an age when most children are still becoming accustomed to getting on the school bus in the morning, and in a career that's spanned six decades, he's made a name for himself in nearly every field of contemporary entertainment, most notably music, but also theater, film, radio, and television, and shown that it's possible to grow and mature as a performer while holding on to the wholesome, family-friendly reputation that's always been part of his public...
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