10 Songs, 32 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5

26 Ratings

26 Ratings

Great Country Music


"I'll always want the rest of you with the best of you"...if you want your lover to know how much you really do love them, what better way to express it than that? And then track # 9, "until I fall in love again will you hold me in your arms"....wanting your ex-lover to just hold you like the old times until you can find someone new...country music doesn't get any more real than that. The title track is a classic. It never gets old. I'm waiting for one of today's hit-makers to do a re-make of that one!!

Great Songwriting Great Delivery


Marie Osmond has a great knack for picking songs with great melodies and lyrics. Listen to "I'll Be Faithful to You" and not wish that someone would iTunes gift it to you. You're a guy having a hard time telling your wife how you feel- "Read My Lips". All the music is delivered flawlessly by Marie Osmond whose voice shines on this release. On "Meet Me in Montana" listen to the melody and the counter-melody when Marie sings with Dan Seals. Outstanding work.

I Accidently Bought This CD


Somehow I managed to download this CD. I was sampling the song "There's no Stopping Your heart" but somehow ended up buying the whole CD by mistake. But I have to give it five stars just because that album cover is classic 80's. So bad... so good.

About Marie Osmond

As part of a family act that came to be virtually synonymous with wholesome entertainment, Marie Osmond enjoyed a lengthy career switching between several different areas of show business. Born Olive Marie Osmond in Ogden, Utah, in 1959, she was raised in a strict Mormon family along with her eight brothers. She made her first TV appearance at the age of three, when her oldest brothers performed on The Andy Williams Show as the Osmonds.

After spending the '60s as variety-show fixtures, the Osmonds shot to pop stardom in 1970, and before long the group's management encouraged Marie to try her hand at recording as well. She made several concert appearances with her brothers (though she was never officially a member of the Osmonds), and in 1973 she cut her first single, the country tune "Paper Roses." The song was a gold-selling smash, going to number one on the country charts (the first time a female artist's debut single had ever done so) and into the Top Five on the pop charts. Her accompanying album of the same name also topped the country charts, and Osmond followed it with two more albums for MGM and several more singles, none of which matched its success.

In 1976, she and brother Donny began hosting their own weekly variety show, Donny & Marie, which ran until 1979. In the meantime, she also began to pursue acting; she famously turned down the lead role in Grease because she didn't approve of the script's moral content but found limited success in a series of TV movies and later did voice-over work for several children's cartoons. In the mid-'80s, she returned to country music and signed with Curb, scoring a number one hit right out of the box with the Dan Seals duet "Meet Me in Montana." Her solo follow-up, "There's No Stopping Your Heart," also topped the country charts, and she landed two more big hits in 1986 with the Top Five solo track "Read My Lips" and the number one Paul Davis duet "You're Still New to Me." None of her subsequent singles breached the country Top Ten, though 1987's "I Only Wanted You" came close, and she charted for the final time in 1990 with "Like a Hurricane."

Osmond spent much of the '90s in touring musicals and returned to television in 1998 as co-host of the daytime talk show Donny & Marie, which ran for two seasons. In the early 2000s, Osmond made prominent appearances on the reality television shows Celebrity Duets (as a judge) and Dancing with the Stars. In 2007 she released the seasonal Magic of Christmas, her first studio album in almost 20 years. It was followed in 2010 by I Can Do This, a collection of spirituals and hymns. Osmond has also written several self-help books, including one dealing with her own bout of postpartum depression. In 2016, she released her tenth studio album, Music Is Medicine, which featured guest appearances from Olivia Newton-John, Sisqo, John Rich, Alex Boye, and others. ~ Steve Huey

Ogden, UT
October 13, 1959



Listeners Also Bought