Though often overlooked by many music critics -- which might be one of the reasons why this album didn't receive much commercial backing -- Marie Osmond is a talented artist with an excellent voice. She proves that once again on this 1988 album, All in Love. The songs on this offering are country with a good double-sized helping of pop stirred into the mix, and this was recorded back before every other country singer was adding more pop style into his or her country numbers. "Raining Tears," "I'm in Love and He's in Dallas," "Without a Trace," and "Sweet Life" are some of the best songs on this album, the latter done as a duet with Paul Davis.
AllMusic Review by Charlotte Dillon
feat: Paul Davis