Come On, Get Happy!

Do you remember the TV show that had your head bobbing along with the theme song? I’m talking about The Partridge Family, a show in the 70’s about a single mom who is in a band with her five musical children. Teen Idol David Cassidy played lead singer and oldest son Keith Partridge. In honor of David Cassidy’s April birthday, The Music Minute will highlight his music and that of The Partridge Family. Enjoy music of The Partridge Family and David Cassidy by using your 5 free weekly downloads and/or your 3 free daily hours of commercial-free streaming music from Freegal (the free and legal website paid for by The Beauregard Parish Library).

  • “I Think I Love You”, “I Can Feel Your Heartbeat”, “Point Me in the Direction of Albuquerque”, “Somebody Wants to Love You” from The Partridge Family Album
  • “I Woke Up In Love This Morning”, “Twenty-Four Hours A Day”, “Summer Days”, “I’m On My Way Back Home”, “Rainmaker” from Sound Magazine
  • “I’ll Meet You Halfway”, “You Were Always On My Mind”, “Doesn’t Somebody Want To Be Wanted”, “Umbrella Man” from Up to Date
  • “Sunshine” from The Partridge Family Crossword Puzzle
  • “Maybe Someday” from The Partridge Family Notebook
  • “Hello, Hello” from The Partridge Family Shopping Bag
  • “Roller Coaster”, “How Long is Too Long” from The Partridge Family Bulletin Board

    David Cassidy's music:

  • “Cherish”, “Ricky’s Tune”, “I Am A Clown” from Cherish (1972)
  • “Sing Me”, “Daydream”, and a new arrangement of “Summer Days” from Dreams Are Nuthin’ More Than Wishes (1973)
  • “Rock Me Baby” from the album Rock Me Baby (1974)

    Other albums: Cassidy Live! (1974), The Highter They Climb (1975), Home Is Where The Heart Is (1976), Gettin’ In The Street (1976), Romance (1985)