David Cassidy - Rock Me Baby album download
Rock Me Baby is the second solo album release from David Cassidy. It was released in 1972 and produced by Wes Farrell on Bell Records. It contains one song written by Cassidy called "Two Time Loser" and a song he co-wrote with Kim Carnes entitled "Song for a Rainy Day". The album peaked at in the UK album charts and featured the single "How Can I Be Sure"
Written-By – Peggy Clinger-Johnny Cymbal. Written-By – Eddie Brigati, Felix Cavaliere. Written-By – David Cassidy. Written-By – Joerey Ortiz.
Rock Me Baby' is not! 'How Can I Be Sure' charted (& it is a great song) but it seems to divide the album into schizophrenia. It's another cover, many of which Cassidy nearly always performs well. Equally there's the 'Wrecking Crew' performing with their usual distinction & adeptness on all the tracks. The stand-out tracks for me are 'Some Kind Of Summer' & 'Soft As A Summer Shower'. The tracks are performed & produced beautifully. It's not that 'Rock Me Baby' is a bad album at all. It's just that those of us who loved the David Cassidy/Wes Farrell collaboration expected great tunes for every track. Rock Me Baby', did not provide any one great new original tune in this desired more mature direction. So in the next few years we all went to Elton, Rod, & Bowie! What can I say? This is not to say that 'Rock Me Baby' is in anyway a flop! The team is still in amazing form, with Cassidy at the helm, in all its glory!
Album Then and Now. Rock Me Baby Lyrics. You may call me a rollin' stone, I'm a free born man and I stand alone I come a-lookin' for a little satisfaction I don't drive no Cadillac, all I've got's hangin' on my back But I do believe in a physical attraction I can warm your coldest night, I'll make ev'rythin' all right.
David Cassidy is David Cassidy's first . album released in 14 years and was his only release on the now-defunct Enigma Records. The album was released in 1990 with the featured single, "Lyin' to Myself. Lyin' to Myself" was the first top-30 hit for David Cassidy in eighteen years. The album reached 136 on the Billboard charts. Tammy Townsend plays Beth's best friend, Pamela, who is obsessed with the glamorous life.
You may call me a rollin' stone I'm a free born man and I stand alone I come lookin' for a little satisfaction I don't drive no Cadillac And all I've got's hangin' on my back But I do believe in a physical attraction I can warm your coldest night I'll make everything all right, if you'll rock me baby, let me feel that beat I said oo. .rock me baby, hold me oh so tight I said oo.
Greatest Hits (David Cassidy album). Greatest Hits is a compilation album by David Cassidy, initially released in 1974 by Bell Records. This album contains songs that were recorded during the first phase of David Cassidy's musical career. All of the songs contained in this collection were recorded between 1970 and 1974 during the time he was starring in The Partridge Family television series