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What I Meant to Say is the 54th studio album of DonnyÂs career and features a mix of cover versions and new material by writers such as Gary Barlowe. Features the hit single "Breeze on By" plus renditions of "I Wanna Know What Love is" and "Faith".
What I Meant to Say continues '70's superstar Donny Osmond's comeback, which began in 2002 with Somewhere in Time. His latest platter is headed by the album version of the single "Breeze on By", a carefree summery number which marked Osmond's first entry in the UK Top 10 since 1973 (it peaked at No.8). Sharing song writing credits with Bobby Womack and Gary Barlow, the tune demonstrates the MOR pop polish of the album to perfection. Indeed, ex-Take That's Barlow played a significant role in the production of Somewhere in Time, and here he co-writes nine of the 14 tunes with Osmond, as well as providing string arrangements and programming and performing all the keyboard parts.
Ensuring there are plenty of cuts for future singles, the album features a passionate cover of Foreigner's hit "I Wanna Know What Love Is", as well as a very relaxed new version of the Bacharach/David classic "This Guy's In Love With You" which Osmond originally recorded in the '70's. The self-penned "Christmas Time" may well give Cliff Richard a seasonal run for his money, while the title tune ably demonstrates Osmond's ease with his long patented brand of pop. Ladies of a certain age will go weak at the knees recapturing their teenage years swooning over Donny, while the still good looking Mr Osmond may well capture an entirely new generation of young female hearts with this perfectly produced pop collection.--Gary Dalkin
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