The following is RO's sophomore album titled "Keith Cassidy". A tribute album to the music of David Cassidy & The Partridge Family. Come on get happy!
"I Woke Up in Love This Morning" is a song written by L. Russell Brown and Irwin Levine and recorded by The Partridge Family (David Cassidy, vocals) for their 1971 album, “Sound Magazine”. It went to number 13 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1971; it hit number 4 in Canada. I hope you enjoy my interpretation.
"Looking Through the Eyes of Love" is a song written and composed by Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil. The Partridge Family released a cover version of the song as a single in 1972 that reached number 9 on both the U.S. adult contemporary chart and UK Singles Chart, number 16 in Canada, and number 39 on the Billboard Hot 100, the group's final Top 40 hit. Their cover was produced by Wes Farrell and released on Bell Records. It was featured on their 1972 album,The Partridge Family Notebook. I hope you enjoy my interpretation.
"I Think I Love You" is a song composed by songwriter Tony Romeo in 1970. It was released as the debut single by The Partridge Family pop group, featuring David Cassidy on lead vocals and Shirley Jones on background vocals. It hit #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in November 1970. I hope you enjoy my interpretation.
"How Can I Be Sure" is a popular song written by Felix Cavaliere and Eddie Brigati, and originally recorded by The Young Rascals for their 1967 album Groovin' with a single release in August 1967 affording the group their fourth Top 10 hit peaking at No. 4. In 1972 it was recorded for the album “Rock Me Baby” by David Cassidy (David Cassidy quote:) "Eddie Brigati and Felix Cavaliere [were] two of the great musical influences of my teenage years [when] I thought [the Rascals] were just about the best American pop band...[That song] brought back so many memories of that [time] for me.” I hope you enjoy my interpretation.
"Daydreamer" is a song by the American singer David Cassidy. Written by Terry Dempsey and produced by Rick Jarrard, "Daydreamer" was Cassidy's second and final No.1 single in the UK Singles Chart, spending three weeks at the top of the chart in October and November 1973. The single was the 10th best selling single in the UK in 1973. The song also appears on David Cassidy's 1973 UK No.1 album “Dreams Are Nuthin' More Than Wishes”. I hope you enjoy my interpretation.