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The Donny Osmond Album

Donny Osmond Album (Front)
Donny Osmond Album (Back)

Artist: Donny Osmond
Release Date: June 1971
Record Label: MGM Records
Album Number:
SE 4782

Billboard Chart Debut: July 10, 1971
Highest Chart Position: 13
# of Weeks on Chart: 37
Billboard Chart: Top Selling LP's

Production Information:

Produced and Arranged by
Rick Hall

String Arrangements: 
Pete Carpenter

Horn Arrangements: 

Rick Hall and Harrison Calloway, Jr.

Vocal Supervision: 
Earl Brown

Sweet and Innocent
Strings and Woodwinds arranged by Jimmy Haskell

Rick Hall, Jerry Masters, Ron Malo

Recorded at
Fame Recording Studio,
“Home of the Muscle Shoals Sound,” and Independent Recorders,
Studio City, California

Art Direction: 
Saul Saget

Liner Notes:


Billboard Review:

Donny Osmond has been riding high on the charts as part of the brother team and also as a solo with Sweet and Innocent included here in his first solo LP. Along with the hit, he offers strong cuts such as Burning Bridges, Wake Up Little Susie, and Lollipops, Lace, and Lipstick. Top work by producer Rick Hall who produces both the Osmonds and Donny. - Billboard Magazine, July 10, 1971.

Artist Comments:


Other Comments:

This album earned a Gold Record on December 13, 1971.

Singles Released From This Album:

Sweet and Innocent / Flirtin'




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