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Music Is Medicine

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Album Review

Marie Osmond appeals to every imaginable audience on Music Is Medicine, roping in contemporary Olivia Newton-John for "Getting Better All the Time," touching upon country with cameos from John Rich and Diamond Rio, duetting with fellow Mormon singing star Alex Boyé on "Then There's You," and, inexplicably, bringing in Sisqó for "Give Me a Good Song." Nothing ties these guests together — Sisqó especially feels out of place — apart from stardom, and stardom is Osmond's specialty. Now in her 40th decade of fame, she no longer belongs to any particular sound or style, which means while Music Is Medicine is nominally a country album, nothing about it feels country, not even the bright pulse of "Love This Tough," her duet with Rich. It is an adult contemporary pop album with no designs on airplay: it only hopes to appeal to longtime fans of Osmond, those who have stuck with her through thick and thin. In that regard, Music Is Medicine works quite well. It's sweet, slick, and sentimental, nicely constructed in its bones and also so glossy that it goes down easy. Despite the ambitious cast of characters, it's music that's meant to soothe and comfort old friends, and it certainly succeeds in that regard.

Customer Reviews

Disappointed this isn't the full album

I pre-ordered this and it was 12 tracks. Then it disappeared and now that it has reappeared it now want's me to "complete my pre-order" but it's only 10 tracks. Realize iTunes has no control over this, and from what I have heard this album sounds amazing so far and something all us Marie country album fans are gonna love. But I want the full album. Giving it five starts because the material is great.

Great album so far

I have 2 tracks...I snagged Music Is Medicine before iTunes removed the download, plus, I have the video from Vevo as well as the video for Then There's You. "medicine" has a country flavor, Then There's You is more pop, both are awesome tunes and fantastic videos. If those are any indication, the album is going to be awesome.

Great album

A great album with an outstanding duet featuring Olivia Newton-John.


Born: October 13, 1959 in Ogden, UT

Genre: Country

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

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...
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