Daniel O'Donnell - How Lucky I Must Be (Uk) | RECORD STORE DAY

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1. How Lucky I Must Be
2. Will You Dance with Me Annie
3. After All
4. Count All Your Blessings
5. Leading Lady
6. Mary Drew a Picture in My Mind
7. God Has Angels
8. Someday It Will All Make Sense
9. I Want to Stroll Over Heaven with You
10. Only God Knows How Much I Love You
11. The Flowers the Sunset the Trees
12. Ring of Gold and Gift of Silver

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Daniel O'Donnell's recording career has now spanned more than 35 years and he continues to delight fans around the world by his recording and touring activities. ? Daniel is the UK chart's most prolific and one of the most successful recording Artists. In 2022, he broke his own world record, by becoming the first recording artist to chart at least one new album every year in the Artist Albums Chart for 35 consecutive years. ? During his career, in the United Kingdom Daniel has amassed forty-eight Top 75 albums, including nineteen Top 10 albums, with seventeen of them this Century, a feat not achieved by any other recording Artist. ? After the success of 'I Wish You Well', Daniel returns to the studio with David Arkins. The twelve track album to be released in November is 'HOW LUCKY I MUST BE', featuring the Single title track, 'After All' and 'God Has Angels'. ? As he looks back at his long and successful recording and touring career, for which he shows no signs of slowing down, Daniel can appreciate the pleasure that he has brought to millions of his adoring fans, his selfless philanthropy and receiving his Honorary MBE for services to the music industry and charity. ? With another stylish TV commercial to support the album's release, Daniel remains as relevant today, as when he charted his first album in the 1980s.