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Album: Cherish/Rock Me Baby
# Song Title   Time
1)    Being Together
2)    I Just Wanna Make You Happy
3)    Could It Be Forever
4)    Blind Hope
5)    I Lost My Chance
6)    My First Night Alone Without You
7)    We Could Never Be Friends ('Cause We've Been Lovers Too Long)
8)    Where Is the Morning
9)    I Am a Clown
10)    Cherish
11)    Ricky's Tune
12)    Rock Me Baby
13)    Lonely Too Long
14)    Two Time Loser
15)    Warm My Soul
16)    Some Kind of a Summer
17)    (Oh No) No Way
18)    Song for a Rainy Day
19)    Soft as a Summer Shower
20)    Go Now
21)    How Can I Be Sure
22)    Song of Love
 

Album: Cherish/Rock Me Baby
# Song Title   Time
1)    Being Together
2)    I Just Wanna Make You Happy
3)    Could It Be Forever
4)    Blind Hope
5)    I Lost My Chance
6)    My First Night Alone Without You
7)    We Could Never Be Friends ('Cause We've Been Lovers Too Long)
8)    Where Is the Morning
9)    I Am a Clown
10)    Cherish
11)    Ricky's Tune
12)    Rock Me Baby
13)    Lonely Too Long
14)    Two Time Loser
15)    Warm My Soul
16)    Some Kind of a Summer
17)    (Oh No) No Way
18)    Song for a Rainy Day
19)    Soft as a Summer Shower
20)    Go Now
21)    How Can I Be Sure
22)    Song of Love
 
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Performer Notes
  • Personnel: Dean Parks, Dennis Budimir, Larry Carlton, Louie Shelton, Tommy Tedesco (guitar); Carl Fortina (accordion); Bob Hardaway, Jim Horn, Tom Scott (woodwinds); Chuck Findley, Ollie Mitchell (trumpet); Dick Hyde (trombone); Mike Melvoin (piano, keyboards); Hal Blaine, Jim Gordon (drums); Alan Estes, Gene Estes, Gary Coleman (percussion).
  • Liner Note Author: Phil Hendriks.
  • Recording information: Western Recorders, Los Angeles.
  • Photographers: Ed Caraeff; Henry Diltz.
  • This reissue from 7T's features a pair of LPs by teen idol David Cassidy, Cherish and Rock Me Baby, both originally issued in 1972 on Bell Records. Highlights among the 22 tracks include "I Just Wanna Make You Happy," "Lonely Too Long," "Go Now," and the minor hits "Cherish" and "How Can I Be Sure." It's not a bad way to acquire the albums if you don't already own them, but isn't recommended for the casual fan. The better purchase is The Definitive Collection, which also includes Cassidy's hits with the Partridge Family. ~ Al Campbell
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